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Impact Of Published Articles On Trade Liberalization From 1980-2015: A Bibliometric Study, Murtala Muhammad, Nader Ale Ebrahim, Gold Kafilah Lola, Abubakar Ahmed 2017 university of Malaya

Impact Of Published Articles On Trade Liberalization From 1980-2015: A Bibliometric Study, Murtala Muhammad, Nader Ale Ebrahim, Gold Kafilah Lola, Abubakar Ahmed

Nader Ale Ebrahim

In this research, the viable impact of scholarly research on trade liberalisation by a bibliometric approach from 1980-2015 is examined. The paper analysed 886 academic articles extracted from the ISI Web of Science Core Collection database. Trade liberalisation research is notably interdisciplinary, with articles principally in journals for economics, international relations, and planning development. This study found that the field became evidently viable with more than ten articles per year from 1990 – 2015. The proportion of articles with at least one citation from 1980 – 2015 is 56.43%. The top 100 articles have a minimum of 25 citations. Given this ...


E-Commerce All At Sea: China Welcomes Digital Bills Of Lading Under The Electronic Signature Law 2005, Felix W.H. Chan 2017 University of Oklahoma College of Law

E-Commerce All At Sea: China Welcomes Digital Bills Of Lading Under The Electronic Signature Law 2005, Felix W.H. Chan

Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology

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The Threads Of Justice: Economic Liberalization And The Secondhand Clothing Trade Between The U.S. And Haiti, Kelsey Gasseling 2017 Boston College Law School

The Threads Of Justice: Economic Liberalization And The Secondhand Clothing Trade Between The U.S. And Haiti, Kelsey Gasseling

Boston College Law Review

After World War II, as economic liberalization spread across the globe through international negotiations like the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, so too did used clothing. Though many proponents of the trade laud its capacity to create employment opportunities in less developed countries, critics suggest it has a more insidious deleterious effect on local industry. To this day, however, little research has been done regarding the symbiotic relationship between trade liberalization and the secondhand clothing industry. Some economic scholars suggest that current approaches to liberal trade—unilateral trade preferences particularly—stymy, instead of stimulate sustainable and just economic growth ...


The Aftermath Of Care V. Cow Palace And The Future Of Rcra In Cafo Cases, Lauren Tavar 2017 American University Washington College of Law

The Aftermath Of Care V. Cow Palace And The Future Of Rcra In Cafo Cases, Lauren Tavar

Sustainable Development Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Water, Water, Nowhere: Adapting Water Rights For A Changing Climate, Caleb Hall 2017 American University Washington College of Law

Water, Water, Nowhere: Adapting Water Rights For A Changing Climate, Caleb Hall

Sustainable Development Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Ridding Pes Systems Of The “Pay To Pollute” Principle: Pes Optimization Strategies, Kelly Carlson 2017 American University Washington College of Law

Ridding Pes Systems Of The “Pay To Pollute” Principle: Pes Optimization Strategies, Kelly Carlson

Sustainable Development Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Indoor Aquaponics In Abandoned Buildings: A Potential Solution To Food Deserts, Lisa Tomlinson 2017 American University Washington College of Law

Indoor Aquaponics In Abandoned Buildings: A Potential Solution To Food Deserts, Lisa Tomlinson

Sustainable Development Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Investing In Resiliency: Prioritizing Water Systems And Investing In Green Infrastructure, Caitlin Cutchin 2017 American University Washington College of Law

Investing In Resiliency: Prioritizing Water Systems And Investing In Green Infrastructure, Caitlin Cutchin

Sustainable Development Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


You Probably Shouldn’T Build There: Watershed-Based Land Use Strategies For Mitigating Global Climate Change In New Jersey’S Freshwater Systems, Matthew Knoblauch 2017 American University Washington College of Law

You Probably Shouldn’T Build There: Watershed-Based Land Use Strategies For Mitigating Global Climate Change In New Jersey’S Freshwater Systems, Matthew Knoblauch

Sustainable Development Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


About Sdlp, 2017 American University Washington College of Law

About Sdlp

Sustainable Development Law & Policy

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The Culture Of Gender/The Gender Of Culture: Cuban Women, Culture, And Change—The Island And The Diaspora, Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol 2017 University of Florida Levin College of Law

The Culture Of Gender/The Gender Of Culture: Cuban Women, Culture, And Change—The Island And The Diaspora, Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol

Florida Journal of International Law

The Culture of Gender/The Gender of Culture: Cuban Women, Culture, and Change—The Island and the Diaspora


Cuba, Puerto Rico, The Civil Code, And The Problem Of Transculturation, Pedro A. Malavet 2017 University of Florida Levin College of Law

Cuba, Puerto Rico, The Civil Code, And The Problem Of Transculturation, Pedro A. Malavet

Florida Journal of International Law

Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Civil Code, and the Problem of Transculturation


The Resolution Of Conflicts Of Law - A View From Private International Law In Cuba., Taydit Peña Lorenzo 2017 University of Havana

The Resolution Of Conflicts Of Law - A View From Private International Law In Cuba., Taydit Peña Lorenzo

Florida Journal of International Law

The Resolution of Conflicts of Law - A View from Private International Law in Cuba.


Us-Cuba Trade And The Challenge Of Diversifying A Sugar Economy, 1902-1962, Carmen Diana Deere 2017 University of Florida

Us-Cuba Trade And The Challenge Of Diversifying A Sugar Economy, 1902-1962, Carmen Diana Deere

Florida Journal of International Law

Prior to the Cuban Revolution of 1959, Cuban exports to the United States held a privileged position in the US market. Many of the country’s exports paid at least 20% less in duties than competitors and after 1934, Cuba’s main export—sugar-- had a guaranteed quota in the US market. Yet these trade agreements—specifically, the Reciprocity Convention of 1902 and the Reciprocal Trade Agreement of 1934—have often been criticized by Cuban and US scholars alike as having condemned Cuba to a monoculture economy.

Moreover, critics contend that the treaties led to the dominance of US capital ...


Safeguards In The Cuban Legal System For The Promotion And Protection Of Foreign Investment, Marta Moreno Cruz 2017 University of Florida Levin College of Law

Safeguards In The Cuban Legal System For The Promotion And Protection Of Foreign Investment, Marta Moreno Cruz

Florida Journal of International Law

Safeguards in the Cuban Legal System for the Promotion and Protection of Foreign Investment


Instruments Of Environmental Governance: A Guarantee Of Sustainability In Cuba, Dagniselys Toledano Cordero 2017 University of Havana

Instruments Of Environmental Governance: A Guarantee Of Sustainability In Cuba, Dagniselys Toledano Cordero

Florida Journal of International Law

Instruments of Environmental Governance: A Guarantee of Sustainability in Cuba


General Overview Of Cuban Family Law Legislation, Ana María Álvarez-Tabío Albo 2017 University of Havana

General Overview Of Cuban Family Law Legislation, Ana María Álvarez-Tabío Albo

Florida Journal of International Law

General Overview of Cuban Family Law Legislation


Environmental Legislation And Institutional Framework In Cuba, Daimar Cánovas González 2017 University of Florida Levin College of Law

Environmental Legislation And Institutional Framework In Cuba, Daimar Cánovas González

Florida Journal of International Law

Cuban environmental legislation was not born with the revolutionary process, at least in some of its aspects. Precursors exist from the nineteenth century, provisions related to natural resources, with a clear anthropocentric focus. The Hunting Act [Ley de Caza] of 1884 and the Hunting and Fishing Act [Ley de Caza y Pesca] of January 1909, classified species as useful or harmful, in accordance with a short-term and economic view, to such a point that those species changed place in the space of about 30 years.

In the 1930s, as a consequence of an international trend, the creation of areas under ...


A Compromise - Adding A Knowledge Requirement To Rule 13b2-2 Of The Securities Exchange Act Of 1934, Danielle K. Shaffer 2017 The University of Akron

A Compromise - Adding A Knowledge Requirement To Rule 13b2-2 Of The Securities Exchange Act Of 1934, Danielle K. Shaffer

Akron Law Review

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was established to protect investors and support fair and efficient financial markets. To combat bribery of foreign officials in the practice of business, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enacted Section 13(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Generally, Section 13(b) establishes requirements for the financial records, internal controls, and accounting of public companies. Section 13(b) maintains stricter requirements for financial records for the public and SEC to easily detect illegal activity as well as to deter the companies from participating in these activities. Following the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of ...


U.S. Farm Policy And The Wto: How Do They Match Up?, Chad E. Hart, Bruce A. Babcock 2017 Iowa State University

U.S. Farm Policy And The Wto: How Do They Match Up?, Chad E. Hart, Bruce A. Babcock

Bruce Babcock

The debate over a new farm bill has focused on how to spend an additional $73.5 billion in funding for the agricultural budget over ten years. The House of Representatives, the Senate Agriculture Committee, and Senators Cochran and Roberts (supported by the Bush Administration) have each proposed a structure for the next farm bill. A critical question becomes whether these proposals conflict with U.S. commitments to limit subsidies under the World Trade Organization (WTO) agreement. This paper explores this issue and concludes with a discussion of the future direction of U.S. farm subsidies and new WTO agreements.


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