Professor Mark Wu
Spring 2014 course
W, F 1:00pm - 3:00pm in WCC Room B015
4 classroom credits
This course focuses on the law governing international trade as established by the World Trade Organization. It engages in an in-depth analysis of WTO rules and case law. The class will examine the strengths and weaknesses of the existing regime and discuss the difficulties in reforming the system. Besides focusing on the basic principles governing trade in goods and services, the course will also examine specialized areas such as technical standards, agriculture, food safety, environment, and intellectual property. In addition, the course will focus on the geopolitcal tensions between major trading powers, particularly with respect to the US, EU, and emerging powers (China, India, Brazil). Students will participate in a mock simulation of a multilateral trade round.
Subject Areas: Business Organization, Commercial Law, and Finance, International, Comparative & Foreign Law