These are international law pages on the Internet that cover issues that might be of concern to a researcher in international economics. In particular, international trade law provides a practical perspective to trade agreements and concerns. The issue of sovereign debt, however, is largely unexplored.
- The International Law Page
A well-organised site that contains many links to other available resources. Very helpful as a primer in exploring the many facets of international law.
- Lex Mercatoria
With a stated purpose of being "dedicated to the provision of information on international commercial law with subsidiary interests in commerce and (mostly open standard)
Net and information technologies that may be of interest to law academics and professionals worldwide".
- Key Resources for International Law
Maintained by the University of Chicago. Provides many academic links, together with research work on a wide range of international law issues. The University of Bologna provides another possible research guide to international law.
- Public International Law Pages
Australia has an extremely well-regarded law fraternity. The University of Western Australia Law Library maintains this extremely popular site on the topic.
- Hieros Gamos
This guide to global trade law has strengths in international trade-related issues, with links to treaties, supranational organisations and national regimes.
- World Trade Law
An online resource for world trade law that provides full-text WTO and GATT cases and agreements, academic resources such as professor web pages and journals, as well as trade news. Extremely comprehensive.
- United Nations Commission on International Trade Law
UNCITRAL seeks progressive harmonisation in international trade law. The site contains an excellent consolidated bibliography of recent writing on the work of UNCITRAL, full texts of key documents, and a large database of abstracts of case law on UNCITRAL texts.
- Law and Politics: Internet Guide
This is a general site with an extremely large collection of well-annotated links on International and Foreign Law. It is also possible to access the main homepage, which has various other law-related links.
- IP @ The National Academies
The website set up by the National Academies for intellectual property issues. The site deals with IP issues across a variety of sectors such as biotech, e-commerce, and the Internet. Resources include a document library, a discussion forum, and newsletters.
- FindLaw International Law
The FindLaw site contains a range of legal-related resources. This international law section includes databases, outlines, as well as links to other related websites - this last aspect is particularly comprehensive. FindLaw also has an International Trade section, and a very useful Legal Dictionary.
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