International Economic Organizations in the International Legal Process

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1995 - Political Science - 199 pages
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Voitovich presents a clear and lucid discussion of the manner and form in which international economic organizations (IEOs) participate in two main stages of the international legal process: law making and law implementation. The book is based on normative instruments and fragments of practice of about fifty IEOs. In order to ensure a proper and timely realization of their normative acts, IEOs exercise a number of law implementing functions which are subject to a thorough comparative examination. The author concludes that existing IEOs, not being ideal institutional models, possess a sufficient arsenal of law implementing instruments to make a considerable impact on the international legal regulations in the economic field. The book will be of interest to academics and economic political scientists.
 

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Contents

concept structure principles
6
Classification of lEOs
21
Concluding remarks to the first part
34
Typology of international agreements with the participation of lEOs
47
MULTILATERAL CONVENTIONMAKING UNDER
58
NORMATIVE ACTS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC
69
The impact of the lEOs acts on international law
84
Concluding remarks to the second part
99
Operative normexecution
122
DISPUTE RESOLUTION
127
SANCTIONS
144
Expulsion
151
CONCLUSIONS
161
LIST OF CASES
173
LIST OF SELECTED DOCUMENTS
179
INDEX
193

INTERPRETATION AND SUBSEQUENT RULEMAKING
106
SUPERVISORY AND NORMEXECUTING FUNCTIONS OF lEOS
114

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