The Indian Journal of International Economic Law (IJIEL) is a student-edited, peer-reviewed law journal published annually by the National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU) under the patronage of the Indian government-sponsored chair on WTO Law.
The Journal encourages scholarship in the niche but rapidly emerging and dynamic fields of international economic law, in recognition of the staggering importance of cross-border trade, investment and commerce in the world today. IJIEL caters to the needs of scholars, researchers, lawyers, policy makers and law students working in the field of international economic law. This includes multidisciplinary research concerning the WTO, trade laws at various levels of government, financial institutions, regulatory subjects such as taxation and competition policy, international commercial arbitration, linkages to human rights and cultural problems and various service sectors like banking and brokerage.
The mission of IJIEL is to provide a forum that encourages thoughtful scholastic attention to international economic law in developing countries. An emphasis on the enhancement of legal knowledge, critical awareness and research skills in the field of international economic law, and an integrated interdisciplinary approach to global economic governance informed by law, political science, sociology and economics, informs the philosophy and practice of IJIEL.
Current Volume: Volume 12 (2023)
The Government Procurement Agreement and Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA): Lessons from Japan’s experience
Madoka Shimada and Marie Wako
“Tuna – Dolphin Forever”? The Development of the PPM Debate Related to Trade and Environment in the WTO
David Sifonios and Andreas Ziegler
Departing from confidentiality in international dispute resolution
Ben Juratowich QC
Dispute settlement system under attack: A move away from multilateralism?
Ian Mah and Aaron Tim