Evolution of International Economic Law: Globalization, Cooperation, and Mediation

  • 2013

Evolution of International Economic Law: Globalization, Cooperation, and Mediation

Author:
Glencora Leming
Abstract:

International law creates the closest thing to legislations and constitutional structure in the global system through treaties, agreements, and participation in international organizations and institutions. The transition occurring in international law combines public and private law in order to better organize, regulate, and mediate an evolving global system. This paper looks at regional economic institutions to study the shift toward global agreements, cooperation, and mediation.