The economic structure of international law presents a rationalist analysis of the structure of international law it employs social scientific techniques to develop an understanding of the role of law in international society in doing so it delves into the question of compliance and reveals the real world circumstances under which states might adhere to or violate international law. This book presents policymakers and scholars with an over arching analytical model of international law one that demonstrates the potential of international law but also explains how policymakers should choose among different international legal structures. the economic structure of international law is an elegantly and clearly argued contribution to the burgeoning literature connecting social science and international law trachtman has a true gift of demystifying jargon and explaining complicated concepts in ways that will be valuable for legal scholars and law students alike. The economic structure my searches 0 my cart added to cart check out menu subjects architecture and design arts asian and pacific studies business and economics chemistry classical and ancient near eastern studies computer sciences cultural studies engineering general interest geosciences history industrial chemistry islamic and middle eastern studies jewish studies law
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