Simon Lester is a trade policy analyst at the Cato Institute. He is also the founder of the international trade law web site WorldTradeLaw.net. He has written a number of law journal articles, which have appeared in such publications as the Stanford Journal of International Law, the George Washington International Law Review and the Journal of World Trade. He has taught courses on international trade law at American University’s Washington College of Law and the University of Michigan Law School.
Articles by Simon Lester:
How much global trade governance should there be?
20 January 2013, 7193 reads
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