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International Trade Law

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Background Sources

International trade is a complex topic. You may want to start your research in secondary sources, such as Ralph Folsom's International Trade and Economic Relations in a Nutshell.

    • Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law.
    • Ralph Folson, Principles of International Trade Law: Including the World Trade Organization, NAFTA, and the European Union, (Concise Hornbook Series) Reserve K3943.F65x 2014 
    • Ralph Folsom, International Trade and Economic Relations in a Nutshell (3d ed. 2004) Reserve K3943 .F653x 2004.
    • Inside U.S. Trade (weekly). Per.1479 (also on LexisNexis and Westlaw).
    • International Trade Practice (3d ed. 2004- ) KF6659 .K392.

 MNCAT searches:

s = international trade

s = free trade

s = international law--sources

s = world trade organization

s = foreign trade regulation

s = tariff--law and legislation

s = investments, foreign--law and legislation

k = international trade

k = international & economics

k = dispute settlement

  • Web sites:

World Trade Organization 

U.S. International Trade Representative 

Department of Commerce 

Bureau of Export Administration 

NAFTA Secretariat website 

Integrated Database on Trade Disputes for Latin American and the Caribbean (IDATD) 

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