ISSUE 1
'Anti-Dumping Disputes in the GATT/WTO – Navigating Dire Straits', Edwin Vermulst, Norio Komuro, Issue 1, pp. 5–43
'The Need for Due Process in WTO Proceedings', J.C. Thomas, Issue 1, pp. 45–49
'The Need for Due Process in WTO Proceedings', David Palmeter, Issue 1, pp. 51–57
'Are Trade Disputes Fairly Settled?', Lei Wang, Issue 1, pp. 59–72
'EC Anti-Dumping Law and Individual Treatment Policy in Cases involving Imports from China', Donghui Fu, Issue 1, pp. 73–105
'National Treatment in the GATS – Corner-Stone or Pandora’s Box?', Aaditya Mattoo, Issue 1, pp. 107–135
'Gatting a Green Trade Barrier – Eco-Labelling and the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade', Seung Wha Chang, Issue 1, pp. 137–159
'Trade Liberalization and Government Tax Revenue Loss in Africa', Teshome Mulat, Issue 1, pp. 161–174

ISSUE 2
'Adopting and Implementing Anti-Dumping Laws – Some Suggestions for Developing Countries', Edwin Vermulst, Issue 2, pp. 5–23
'NAFTA and WTO Dispute Settlement Rules – A Thematic Comparison', Gabrielle Marceau, Issue 2, pp. 25–81
'Representation of Parties in World Trade Disputes', Rutsel Silvestre J. Martha, Issue 2, pp. 83–96
'Is the Fast Track Really Necessary?', Craig VanGrasstek, Issue 2, pp. 97–123
'The New GATT Agreement on Government Procurement – The Pitfalls of Plurilateralism and Strict Reciprocity', Arie Reich, Issue 2, pp. 125–151
'The Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement – Levelling the Playing Field', Randall J. Hofley, Jason L. Gudofsky, Issue 2, pp. 153–174
'Book Received', Issue 2, pp. 175–175

ISSUE 3
'Telecommunications Services and the World Trade Organization', Marco C.E.J. Bronckers, Pierre Larouche, Issue 3, pp. 5–48
'Castro’s Cuba and the U.S. Helms-Burton Act – An Interpretation of the GATT Security Exemption', Kees Jan Kuilwijk, Issue 3, pp. 49–61
'The European Public Procurement Rules and their Interplay with International Trade', Christopher Bovis, Issue 3, pp. 63–91
'Trade Regimes and China’s Accession to the World Trade Organization', A. Neil Tait, Kui-Wai Li, Issue 3, pp. 93–111
'APEC and Preferential Rules of Origin – Stumbling Blocks for Liberalization of Trade?', William E. James, Issue 3, pp. 113–134
'New Battle Lines in the Anti-Dumping War – Recent Movements on the European Front', Edwin Vermulst, Bart Driessen, Issue 3, pp. 135–157
'Measuring Globalization', Peter A. G. van Bergeijk, Nico W. Mensink, Issue 3, pp. 159–168
'Review Essays of Dispute Settlement Mechanisms – Regional or Multilateral: Which One is Better?', Gabrielle Marceau, Issue 3, pp. 169–179

ISSUE 4
'Can the United States set Rules for the World? – A French View', Brigitte Stern, Issue 4, pp. 5–26
'Eight Ways to think about International Labour Standards', Brian A. Langille, Issue 4, pp. 27–53
'Qs and As on Trade, Investment and the WTO', Pierre Sauvé, Issue 4, pp. 55–79
'Regulatory Reform on the International Trade Policy Agenda', Akira Kawamoto, Issue 4, pp. 81–116
'A Test of Consistency in the Administration of U.S. Antidumping Law', John J. White, Issue 4, pp. 117–128
'NAFTA, Environmental Regulations, and Canadian Competitiveness', Alan M. Rugman, John Kirton, Julie Soloway, Issue 4, pp. 129–144
'Negotiations on Harmonized Non-Preferential Rules of Origin – A Useless Task from a Trade Policy Perspective?', Wim Keizer, Issue 4, pp. 145–151
'Nota Bene', William E. James, Issue 4, pp. 152–152

ISSUE 5
'The Application of the GATT/WTO Dispute Resolution System to Competition Issues', Petros C. Mavroidis, Sally J. Van Siclen, Issue 5, pp. 5–48
'Reflections on the Trade Policy Review Mechanism in the World Trade Organization', Jai S. Mah, Issue 5, pp. 49–56
'Removing Health, Sanitary and Technical Non-Tariff Barriers in NAFTA – A New Institutional Economics Paradigm', William A. Kerr, Issue 5, pp. 57–73
'The WTO and the Political Economy of Globalization', Michael Hart, Issue 5, pp. 75–93
'Multilateral Rules on Competition Policy – A Possible Way Forward', Aaditya Mattoo, Arvind Subramanian, Issue 5, pp. 95–115
'From the GATT to the WTO – The Developing Countries and the Reform of the Procedures for the Settlement of International Trade Disputes', Kofi Oteng Kufuor, Issue 5, pp. 117–145
'The EC Trade Barriers Regulation – The EC’s Move Towards a More Aggressive Market Access Strategy', Michael Sánchez Rydelski, G.A.V.R. Zonnekeyn, Issue 5, pp. 147–166
'Book Review: Antidumping Industrial Policy; Legalized Pvotectionisrn in the WTO and What To Do About It, by Brian Hindley and Patrick A. Messerlin. (The American Enterprise Institute Press, Washington, D.C., 1996)', Petros C. Mavroidis, Issue 5, pp. 167–168
'Book Review: Expanding U.S.-Asian Trade and Investment: New Challenges and Policy Options, edited by Claude E. Barfield (The American Enterprise Institute Press, Washington, D.C., 1997)', Toni Haniotis, Issue 5, pp. 168–169
'Book Review: The Economics of Preferential Trade Agreements, by Jadgdish Bhagwati and Arvind Panagariya. (The American Enterprise Institute Press, Washington, D.C., 1997)', Marcelo Olarreaga, Issue 5, pp. 170–172
'Book Review: Technology Transfer Agreements and the EC Competition Rules, by Valentine Korah. (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1996)', Alexander Lehmann, Issue 5, pp. 173–174

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