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New perspectives to the WTO dispute settlement system rule-orientedness and negotiation-orientedness

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Frame of Image he degree of
MASTER OF PUBLIC POLICY
Approval as of November 29, 2005
Supervisor Dukgeun Ahn
2005
ABSTRACT
NEW PERSPECTIVES TO THE WTO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT SYSTEM RULE-ORIENTEDNESS AND NEGOTIATION-ORIENTEDNESS
By Andrey Kovsh
Increasing international economic interdependence has obviously become a benefit as well as challenge to nation-states across the world. The pursuit of free trade has been reinforced by such movement, critically enhancing the need to establish an institution regulating the affairs of international trade. Amidst these developments of the international economy, the World Trade Organization (WTO) as a global arbiter of international trade has received renewed focus as its rulings have become automatically binding on its member countries since its inception in 1995. Among controversial issues that have emerged was the critical question of how the dispute settlement mechanism should operate. This paper will seek to analyze the dispute settlement mechanism with an emphasis on the fundamental approach that should be taken in resolving disagreements.
This thesis will survey how the current dispute settlement system works and will broadly identify its procedures as either rule-oriented or negotiation-oriented. The rule-oriented approach refers to a system in which disputes are resolved through adjudication or litigation process of applying previously set rules. The negotiation-oriented approach is a mechanism that concentrates on negotiation processes for reach


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Title New perspectives to the WTO dispute settlement system rule-orientedness and negotiation-orientedness
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kovsh, Andrey

Publisher

[Seoul]:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2005
Pages 103
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Trade
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management