• International Economic Law
    • Koguan Law School
    • Credit. 3
    • LA305
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    • Fall , 2015
    • 1161
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • This course is designed to explore the fundamental principles of international economic law and its relations to public international law and private international law. In addition, the course will give a general introduction to the legal systems of those related areas: international trade, international transportation and insurance, international investment, international finance, international taxation, protection of intellectual property rights, international commercial dispute settlement. The instructor will also comment on the current developments of those areas and the research methods concerning them.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • After completing the course, students should:
      1. Obtain a comprehensive knowledge of the international rules on trade, investment and finance.
      2. Have a better understanding of those important international institutions like IMF, World Bank and WTO.
      3. Be more familiar with the means to settle the international economic disputes.
      4. Be more capable of using English in their study
    • Schedule:
    • Topics / Credit hours / Teaching methodology / Tasks / Intended learning outcomes / Assessment methods

      1.Principles of IEL/3 Credit hours/Teaching and discussion/Reading /30 pages/Q & A
      2.International Trade Law/ 8 Credit hours/Teaching and discussion/Case Study/50 pages/Report and presentation
      3.Market Regulation and WTO Rules/10 Credit hours/Teaching and discussion/Case Study/ 60 pages/Report and presentation
      4.International Investment Law/8 Credit hours/Teaching and discussion/Case Study/ 50 pages/Report and presentation
      5.International Finance Law/8 Credit hours/Teaching and discussion/Case Study/50 pages/ Report and presentation
      6.International Tax Law/6 Credit hours/Teaching and discussion/Case Study/30 pages/ Report and presentation
      7.Intellectual Property Right Protection/4 Credit hours/Teaching and discussion/Case Study/ 30 pages/Report and presentation
      8.International Economic Dispute Settlement/4 Credit hours/Teaching and discussion/ Case Study/30 pages/Report and presentation
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  • Prerequisite Course:

    Public International Law, Contract Law

  • Textbooks:

    1. Brownlie, Ian: Principles of Public International Law, fifth edition, Oxford University
    Press(1998)
    2. Brownlie, Ian: Basic Documents in International Law, fourth edition, Oxford University Press(1995)
    3 Hilf, Meinhard and Petersmann, Ernst-Ulrich(editors): National Constitutions and International Economic Law, Kluwer Law International(1993)
    4. Hudec, Robert E.: The GATT Legal System and W
  • Grading:

    80%/Examination
    20%/Class performance
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