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This course explores the law regulating international economic relations between estates, what role the United Nations has played, and what other international organizations including the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and the WTO have been doing.

The course examines the international legal instruments in international economic law, adapted mainly after the establishment of the UN in 1945. We also cover relevant developments that took place prior to this.

Module A: Evolution and Principles of International Economic Law

LWM31A

Module B: International Monetary and Development Law and Policy

LWM31B

Module C: Regulation of Foreign Investment

LWM31C

Module D: Public International Law of Trade

LWM31D

Assessment

Each module is assessed by a 45-minute unseen written exam.

Sequence

Students should study module A first.

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