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The Making of the Mosaic: A History of Canadian Immigration Policy
Immigration policy has always been and continues to be a subject of intense political and public debate. This book examines the ideas, interests, institutions, and rhetoric that have shaped Canada's
The Regulation of International Trade
1 The Evolution Of International Trade Theory And Policy. 2 The Basic Elements Of The GATT/WTO, The North American Free Trade Agreement, And The European Union. 3 Dispute Settlement. 4 Trade,
The Relationship Between Law and Development: Optimists versus Skeptics
Over the past two decades there has been a resurgence of interest, on the part of both academics and practitioners, in using law to promote development in Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, Central
Private Provision of Public Infrastructure: An Organizational Analysis of the Next Privatization Frontier
Constrained by severe, ongoing fiscal pressures and sensitive to concerns over bureaucratic inefficiency, policy-makers in a number of countries are re-evaluating both the goals and instruments of
Hard Choices, Soft Law: Voluntary Standards in Global Trade, Environment and Social Governance
Contents: Introduction: hard choices and soft law in sustainable global governance, John J. Kirton and Michael J. Trebilcock. Setting Standards for Sustainable Forestry: Nonstate global governance:
Information-Based Principles for Rethinking Consumer Protection Policy
In this paper we review the changes in economic theory that have taken place since current consumer protection regimes were first developed in the 1960s and 70s. We draw from this evolution in
Exploring the Domain of Accident Law: Taking the Facts Seriously
This book reviews empirical evidence relating to five major categories of accidents; automobile accidents; medical malpractice; product related accidents; environmental injuries; and workplace
The Limits Of Freedom Of Contract
Our Legal System is committed to the idea that private markets and the law of contracts that supports them are the primary institutions for allocating goods and services in a modern economy. Yet the