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Kyla Tienhaara and Christian Downie

Global energy governance has received growing attention in international affairs, and there is now widespread recognition among scholars and policymakers that the existing institutional architecture is inadequate. International relations scholars have pointed to institutional failures such as the

Frontiers of International Economic Law

Legal Tools to Confront Interdisciplinary Challenges

Edited by Freya Baetens and José Caiado

Confronted with today’s global interdisciplinary challenges, international economic law offers a myriad of legal tools to provide both procedural and substantive solutions. Frontiers of International Economic Law: Legal Tools to Confront Interdisciplinary Challenges will appeal to those interested in the general theory of international economic law, but also readers looking for innovative answers to practical questions will also be pleased to find a broad array of topics structured along four frontier themes: facing economic crises and uncertainties, confronting environmental challenges, considering human rights and development objectives, and finally, regulating energy transit and new technologies. The contributions presented here will help to push forward, through promoting and developing the rule of law, the – at times contentious – frontiers of international economic law.

Climate Change and International Shipping

The Regulatory Framework for the Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Yubing Shi

In Climate Change and International Shipping: The Regulatory Framework for the Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Yubing Shi provides ground-breaking analyses of the evolving regulatory framework for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping. This book examines the applicability of international environmental law principles to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from ships and assesses the responses of the key stakeholders to the challenge of regulation. Based on these in-depth analyses, Shi identifies key gaps in the current regulatory framework for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping, and proposes options for legal and institutional reforms to improve the system in place.

Wolfgang Hein and Lars Holstenkamp

There is a common understanding that access to modern forms of energy plays a crucial role in development—as a necessary, even though not sufficient condition. 1 This shared belief, however, has not resulted in a coherent global political strategy emerging from international conferences dedicated