The Encyclopedia is a reference work providing comprehensive coverage of the field of international economic law.
The Encyclopedia of International Economic Law is available onsite and offsite to all academic members of IALS Library.
The Encyclopedia is presented in four parts:
- Part I – Foundations and architecture
- Part II - Principles
- Part III – Main regulatory areas
- Part IV – Cross-cutting challenges
There are over 200 entries explaining significant concepts and terms.
As the work is organised thematically rather than alphabetically, an alphabetical index provides a way to identify entries on a particular term.
The work can also be browsed by the table of contents. A basic search box is available to enable users to search within the work.
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