ABSTRACT. Lawrence holds that because trade creates winners and losers, there is always political pressure to disrupt trade even though its effect on the economy is positive. Fadiga and Fadiga-Stewart develop a conceptual analysis based on an asymmetric deterrence game with incomplete information to analyze how trade disputes arise between a given pair of WTO members. Pauwelyn argues that international law is "decentralized".



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