International institutions Part 16

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International institutions Part 16

 

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Norms and Institutions in Global Competition Policy
Daniel K. Tarullo
American Journal of International Law
Volume 94, Number 3, July 2000 p.478

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Proposals for new international competition-policy arrangements often fail to distinguish between the sometimes-conflicting aims of market access and consumer protection. The institutional venue for such arrangements will always affect substantive policy. Consequently, the author contends that an international competition-policy arrangement housed in the WTO will undesirably favor market access over competition.

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The Globalization of Human Rights Law and the Role of International Financial Institutions in Promoting Human Rights
Herbert V. Morais
George Washington International Law Review
Volume 33, Number 1, 2000 p.71

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181

Revitalizing International Environmental Institutions: The UN Task Force Report and Beyond
Bharat H. Desai
Indian Journal of International Law
Volume 40, Number 3, July-September 2000 p.455

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182

International institutions
Michael P. Scharf, John Knox, Michelle Mulvena, Chris Potter & Tracy Sund
International Lawyer
Volume 34, Number 2, Summer 2000 p.779

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183

How Do International Institutions Select Arbitrators? Arbitration Institute of the SLaw Journal / Law Reviewkholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC Institute)
Eva Muller
Journal of International Arbitration
Volume 17, Number 3, June 2000 p.157

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International Institutions, the State, and Global Civil Society in the Age of the World Wide Web
Craig Warkentin, Karen Mingst
Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations
Volume 6, Number 2, April-June 2000 p.237

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185

Conservative Idealism and International Institutions
Andrew Moravcsik
Chicago Journal of International Law
Volume 1, Number 2, 2000 p.291

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186

From Resistance to Renewal: The Third World, Social Movements, and the Expansion of International Institutions
Balakrishnan Rajagopal
Harvard International Law Journal
Volume 41, Number 2, Spring 2000 p.529

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187

The 1998 OECD Convention: An Impetus for Worldwide Changes in Attitudes toward Corruption in Business Transactions
Barbara Crutchfield George, Kathleen A. Lacey, and Jutta Birmele
American Business Law Journal
Volume 37, Issue 3, 2000 p.485

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The Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions, as formulated by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), provides an impetus for worldwide changes in legislation governing international business transactions. The Convention obligates signatory countries to adopt domestic legislation making bribery of foreign public officials a criminal act. Additionally, the Convention emulates the corporate accountability approach of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act to detect corrupt payments. The Convention alone is not enough, however, to address other corrosive aspects of corruption. This article examines the strengths of the Convention, analyzes its shortcomings, and recommends that the OECD pursue a multifaceted strategy to tackle corruption. The strategy should include alliances with other multilateral organizations, international financial institutions, and civil society to develop additional initiatives for educating relevant parties and changing their attitudes about corruption, so that it will be significantly diminished.

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Teaching Comparative Corporate Governance: The Significance of “Soft Law”and International Institutions
Douglas M. Branson
Georgia Law Review
Volume 34, Number 2, Winter 2000 p.669

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ACTIVITIES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INSTITUTIONS AT THE HAGUE/?CTIVTI?S DES INSTITUTIONS DE DROIT INTERNATIONAL A LA HAYE
Hague Yearbook of International Law
Volume 13, 2000

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TIME PRESENT AND TIME PAST: GLOBALIZATION, INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, AND THE THIRD WORLD
Antony Anghie
New York University Journal of International Law and Politics
Volume 32, Number 2, Winter 2000 p.243

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