The Economic Structure of International Law, by Tuft's University professor on international law Joel P. Trachtman, "presents a rationalist analysis of the structure of international law ... At the core of the book lies the question of the allocation of legal power to states." Anne-Marie Slaughter, Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Affairs, Princeton University says this about Trachtman's new book:
"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."
Now available in the law library at KZ 1252 T73 2008.