ISSUE 1
'International Disciplines on Subsidies—The GATT, the LVTO and the Future Agenda', Terry Collins- Williams, Geny Salembier, Issue 1, pp. 5–17
'The Status Quo and Prospects of Sino—U.S. Trade Relations', Chen Wenjing, Issue 1, pp. 19–25
'Dumping, Antidumping and Antitrust', Bernard M. Hoehan, Petros C. Mavroidis, Issue 1, pp. 27–52
'Negotiating Chile's Accession to the North American Free Trade Agreement—Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Issues', Neil Longley, Terry Wu, Issue 1, pp. 53–65
'The Potential Direct Effect of GATT 1994 in European Community Law', Philp Lee, Brian Kennedy, Issue 1, pp. 67–89
'Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment under the General Agreement on Trade in Services—And its Application in Financial Services', Yi Wang, Issue 1, pp. 91–124
'The Venezuelan Antidumping and Countervailing Duties Regime', Jorge Castro-Bernieri, Paul Anthony Levine, Issue 1, pp. 125–141
'An Overview of Methodological Approaches in the Analysis of Trade and Environment', Cees van Beers, Jeroen CJ.M. van den Bergh, Issue 1, pp. 143–167

ISSUE 2
'Rehabilitating Antidumping and other Trade Remedies through Cost-Benefit Analyses', Marco C.EJ. Bronckers, Issue 2, pp. 5–37
'China and the United States—"Rules of Origin" and Trade Statistics Discrepancies', Ma Xiaoye, Zheng Hun-Da, Issue 2, pp. 39–51
'Litigation Process under the GATT Dispute Settlement System—Lessons for the World Trade Organization?', Christopher Thomas, Issue 2, pp. 53–81
'The Opening of Russia—An Assessment of its Impact on East-West Trade', Magatida Ponte Feneira, Issue 2, pp. 83–99
'The Korean Anti-Dumping System—Various Questions', Hyung jin Kim, Issue 2, pp. 101–132
'Microeconomic Analysis for Determination of Injury—Recent Beef Trade Disputes Adjudicated by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal', Hsin C. Huang, H. Bruce Huff, Ihn H. Uhm, Issue 2, pp. 133–160
'Trade-Related Aspects of International Taxation—A New WTO Code of Conduct?', Asif H. Qureshi, Issue 2, pp. 161–194
'An Economic Interpretation of "Like-Product"', Gerald C. Berg, Issue 2, pp. 195–209

ISSUE 3
'International Competition Rules for Governments and for Private Business', Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, Issue 3, pp. 5–35
'New U.S. Legislation to Deter Investment in Cuba', Jeffrey L. Snyder, Stefano Agostini, Issue 3, pp. 37–44
'The Transatlantic Free Trade Area—Fuelling Trade Discrimination or Global Liberalization?', Horst Siebert, Rolf J. Langhammer, Daniel Piazolo, Issue 3, pp. 45–61
'How will the Uruguay Round change the Practice of Trade Law in the United States? U.S. Institutions, not the WTO, may hold the Answer', Homer E. Moyer, Issue 3, pp. 63–85
'The WTO Agreement and the Relevant Japanese Domestic Laws', Aki Saito, Issue 3, pp. 87–108
'Multilateralism and the Case of Taiwan in the Trade Environment Nexus—The Potential Conflict between CITES and GATT/WTO', Wen-Chen Shih, Issue 3, pp. 109–139
'The Impact of the Uruguay Round on Trade Preferences—Toward a Forward-Looking Trade Agenda for African Countries', David F. Luke, Issue 3, pp. 141–159
'The Theory of Contestable Markets in International Trade—A Rationale for "Justifiable" Unilateralism to combat Restrictive Business Practices?', Thomas J. Schoenbaum, Issue 3, pp. 161–190
'North American Wheat Wars and the End-Use Certificate—Compromising Free Trade?', Donald E. Buckingham, Richard Gray, Issue 3, pp. 191–209
'Books received', Issue 3, pp. 211–212

ISSUE 4
'Balance-of-Payments Provisions in the GATT and NAFTA', Alejandro Nadal Egea, Issue 4, pp. 5–24
'Social Clauses in International Trade—The Debate in the European Union', Paul Waer, Issue 4, pp. 25–42
'A Commentary on the WTO Anti-Dumping Code', David Palmeter, Issue 4, pp. 43–69
'Competition Policy and Trade Policy—Mediating the Interface', Michael J. Trebilcock, Issue 4, pp. 71–106
'World Trade Disputes Settlement and the Exhaustion of Local Remedies Rule', Rutsel Silvestre J. Martha, Issue 4, pp. 107–130
'For a World Competition Authority', Phedon Nicolaides, Issue 4, pp. 131–145
'The Need for a Southern African Development Institute in the Proposed Framework for the Economic Integration of Southern Africa', Don Wallace, Swithin Munyantwali, Issue 4, pp. 147–171
'Is Small "Beautiful" for Economic Integration? The Americas', Mario A. Gutieerez, Issue 4, pp. 173–215

ISSUE 5
'Measuring the International Contestability of Markets', Edward M. Graham, Robert Z. Lawrence, Issue 5, pp. 5–20
'Exporting Labour Services and Market Access Commitments under GATS in the World Trade Organization', Neela Mukherjee, Issue 5, pp. 21–42
'Equilibrium: A Rediscovered Basis for the Court of Justice of the European Communities to Refuse Direct Effect to the Uruguay Round Agreements?', Miquel Montana. I Mora, Issue 5, pp. 43–59
'Competition Policy and Anti-Dumping-Is it Time for a Reality Check?', Clarisse Morgan, Issue 5, pp. 61–88
'China, the World Trade Organization, and the Agreement on TRIMS', John S. Mo, Issue 5, pp. 89–113
'The Energy Charter Treaty and Trade—A Guide to the Labyrinth', Olivia Q. Swaak-Goldman, Issue 5, pp. 115–164
'Parallel Imports of Copyright Goods in Singapore—The Role of Government and Public Policy', Erin Soen Yin Goh-Low, Issue 5, pp. 165–176
'Domestic Injury, Procedural Parallelism and the Future of Countervail-A Comment on Collins-Williams and Salembier's International Disciplines on Subsidies', Charles Bram Cadsby, Kenneth Woodside, Issue 5, pp. 177–181

ISSUE 6
'The First WTO Appellate Body Review: United States—Standards for Reformulated and Conventional Gasoline', Gustavo Nogueira, Issue 6, pp. 5–29
'Accountability in the World Trade Organization', Christophe Bellmann, Richard Gerster, Issue 6, pp. 31–74
'Vietnam's Accession to the World Trade Organization', Wenguo Cai, Michael Hart, Issue 6, pp. 75–102
'Court of International Trade Judges, Binational Panelists, and Judicial Review of U.S. Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Policies', Michael P. Ryan, Issue 6, pp. 103–120
'The Impact of the Single Market Programme on Trade and, Foreign Direct Investment in the European Union', Bas van Aarle, Issue 6, pp. 121–138
'European Intra-Industry Trade Emerging Industrial Specialization in Central and Eastern Europe', Bernadette Andriosso-O'Callaghan, Camilla A. Noonan, Issue 6, pp. 139–168
'On Very Sensitive Cauliflowers and the (P)Re-Cooked EU Agricultural Generalised Scheme of Preferences', Bart Driessen, Issue 6, pp. 169–182
'Books received', Issue 6, pp. 183–184

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