Sustainable Development and Trade | L4556

This seminar is designed to give an introduction into the convergence of trade, environment, and development issues and law, addressing areas of conflict and synergies among them. It will focus on rules, procedures, and institutions aimed at making globalization compatible with sustainable development by integrating trade policy and law with policies that address other aspects of "human development", such as, environmental concerns, social concerns, human rights, gender issues, and governance. The seminar will also cover relevant cases including the WTO Shrimp-Turtle Case, the Beef Hormone Case, and the GMO Case.

Prerequisites: None
Credit Hours: 3
ULW: This course will satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)

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