Publications by Gillian Moon | Law

Publications by Gillian Moon

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The Future of International Economic Integration: The Embedded Liberalism Compromise Revisited, (2018 - forthcoming book) Cambridge University Press (ed., with L. Toohey) (including 'Introduction to the Embedded Liberalism Compromise', with L. Toohey; 'Universal human rights in the Embedded Liberalism Compromise', Chapter 3; and 'Embedded Liberalism and Global Business: Domestic stability versus corporate autonomy?', Chapter 11, with J. Nolan.

'Race to End Poverty: The Roles of Ethnicity and International Economic Law in the Eradication of Extreme Poverty by 2030", Nordic Journal of International Law (2017) 86:3.

'GATT Article XX and Human Rights: What do we Know From the First Twenty Years?', Melbourne Journal of International Law (2015) 16. (with R. Harris).

‘Trading in Good Faith? Importing States’ Economic Human Rights Obligations into the WTO’s Doha Round Negotiations’, Human Rights Law Review (2013)13 (2).

'Fair in Form, But Discriminatory in Operation--WTO Law's Discriminatory Effects on Human Rights in Developing Countries',  Journal of International Economic Law. Volume 14, Issue 3, September 2011.

'Double Agents, Discrimination, Duress and Doha: A Review of Trade and Human Rights since the China - Publications and Audiovisuals Decision', African Journal of International and Comparative Law. Volume 19, September 2011.

'The Human Rights Dimension in Exchanges,' in Ross P. Buckley (ed), Debt-for-Development Exchanges: History and New Applications (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 138-151.

"Trade and Equality: A Relationship to Discover," Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL) 12(3) 2009, 617-642.

"The WTO-Minus Strategy: Development and Human Rights under WTO Law," Human Rights in International Legal Discourse (HRILD), Vol. 2 No. 1, Mortsel. Intersentia. 2008.

"A Light in a Dark Place? Human Rights and International Trade," Balayi: Culture, Law, Colonialism, Vol. 9, Part 2, 2006, 58-72.

"Capturing the Benefits of Trade? Local content requirements in WTO law and the human rights-based approach to development," in L. Chester and M. Johnson (Eds.) Heterodox Economic Perspectives on Contemporary Issues, Refereed Papers of the 6th Conference of the Society of Heterodox Economists, December 2007, Sydney, Australia. ISBN 978 0 7334 2582 0

"Could agricultural tariff reductions in developing countries be unlawfully discriminatory?" in L. Chester and M. Johnson (Eds.) Heterodox Economic Perspectives on Contemporary Issues, Refereed Papers of the 7th Conference of the Society of Heterodox Economists, December 2008, Sydney, Australia. ISBN 978-0-7334-2718-3

"The Corrections: Agriculture, Poverty and the Need for Objectivity in the WTO," Human Rights Defender Vol. 15 Issue 3 2006.

Book review: Trade, Human Health and Safety, by Bermann and Mavroides (Eds), UNSW Law Journal, Vol. 30 No. 2 2007.

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