Working Papers

The IILJ has been publishing the IILJ Working Papers since 2003. They come in the form of the Global Administrative Law series, the History and Theory of International Law series, the International Economic Law series and most recently the MegaReg series.

Working Papers are issued at the responsibility of their authors, and do not reflect views of NYU, the IILJ, or associated personnel.

2018

IILJ Working Paper 2018/4 (MegaReg Series)

The Private Law Critique of International Investment Law

Julian Arato

IILJ Working Paper 2018/3 (MegaReg Series)

The Lessons of TPP and the Future of Labor Chapters in Trade Agreements

Alvaro Santos

IILJ Working Paper 2018/2 (MegaReg Series)

Remote Control: Treaty Requirements for Regulatory Procedures

Paul MertenskötterRichard B. Stewart

2017

IILJ Working Paper 2017/4 (MegaReg Series)

The RCEP, New Asian Regionalism and the Global South

Pasha L. Hsieh

IILJ Working Paper 2017/1 (MegaReg Series)

International Investment Law and Arbitration: A Conceptual Framework

Robert Howse

IILJ Working Paper 2017/3 (MegaReg Series)

China and Global Regulatory Coherence: An Uneasy Relationship?

Han-Wei LiuChing-Fu Lin

2016

IILJ Working Paper 2016/6 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Is Investor-State Arbitration “Public”?

José E. Alvarez

IILJ Working Paper 2016/4 (Global Administrative Law Series)

International Organizations and the Rule of Law

José E. Alvarez

IILJ Working Paper 2016/3 (MegaReg Series)

Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership’s Investment Chapter the New “Gold Standard”?

José E. Alvarez

IILJ Working Paper 2016/2 (MegaReg Series)

Democracy Captured: The Mega-Regional Agreements and the Future of Global Public Law

Eyal Benvenisti

IILJ Working Paper 2016/1 (MegaReg Series)

State Regulatory Capacity and Administrative Law and Governance Under Globalization

Richard B. Stewart

2014

IILJ Working Paper 2014/2 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Addressing Problems of Disregard in Global Regulatory Governance: Accountability, Participation and Responsiveness

Richard B. Stewart

Working Paper 2014/1 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Transnational Anti-Corruption Law in Action: Cases from Argentina and Brazil

Kevin E. DavisGuillermo JorgeMaíra Rocha Machado

2013

ILLJ Working Paper 2013/5 (International Economic Law Series)

How Important Can the Non-Violation Clause be for the GATT/WTO?

Robert W. StaigerAlan O. Sykes

IILJ Working Paper 2013/3

Building Blocks for Global Climate Protection

Richard B. StewartMichael OppenheimerBryce Rudyk

IILJ Working Paper 2013/2 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Organizational Ecology and Organizational Strategies in World Politics

Kenneth W. AbbottJessica F. GreenRobert O. Keohane

IILJ Working Paper 2013/1 (Global Administrative Law Series)

New Modes of Pluralist Global Governance

Gráinne de BúrcaRobert O. KeohaneCharles Sabel

2012

IILJ Working Paper 2012/3

Foreign Affairs and Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Stephen J. ChoiKevin E. Davis

IILJ Working Paper 2012/2 (History and Theory of International Law Series)

The Past as Law or History? The Relevance of Imperialism for Modern International Law

Anne Orford

IILJ Working Paper 2012/1 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Private International Law Beyond the Schism

Horatia Muir Watt

2011

IILJ Working Paper 2011/1 (History and Theory of International Law Series)

The Emergence of Global Administrative Law and Transnational Regulation

Karl-Heinz Ladeur

2010

IILJ Working Paper 2010/5 (Global Administrative Law Series)

The Making of a Lex Sportiva: The Court of Arbitration for Sport “The Provider”

Lorenzo Casini

IILJ Working Paper 2010/2 (Revised)

Indicators as a Technology of Global Governance

Kevin E. DavisBenedict KingsburySally Engle Merry
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