Simon Lester over at the International Economic Law and Policy Blog reports (Public International Law and Economics, January 14, 2008) that the Illinois Law Review has published the papers from a December 2006 symposium on "Public International Law and Economics." There are an introduction, eight papers and, in many cases, comments on the papers - all online.
Jide Nzelibe of the Northwestern School of Law, argues against reforming the WTO's procedures for enforcing trade commitments made by its members:
"In The Case Against Reforming the WTO Enforcement Mechanism, Jide Nzelibe refutes two leading proposals for altering WTO enforcement. He argues that both “incentive-compatible” and “user-friendly” enforcement reforms threaten to introduce dangers of its own which outweigh the problems of the present enforcement mechanism. Comments by Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann and Christian Tietje follow."