Member Participation in the WTO Dispute Settlement System: Can Developing Countries

@article{Sandhu2016MemberPI,
  title={Member Participation in the WTO Dispute Settlement System: Can Developing Countries},
  author={N. Sandhu},
  journal={UCL Jurisprudence Review},
  year={2016},
  volume={5}
}
  • N. Sandhu
  • Published 2016
  • Economics, Political Science
  • UCL Jurisprudence Review
Reflections on the progress of the WTO over the last two decades highlights low developing country participation in its dispute settlement system as a fundamental failing of the multinational trading system. Recurrently, this low participation rate has been attributed to the cost of the WTO’s legalistic model in Panel and Appellate Body proceedings, creating a concern of bias. Yet, by focussing on the inherent costs of the system, critics ignore the real ways in which developing countries can… Expand
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