B o o k s

Overheated: The Human Cost of Climate Change, Oxford University Press, (2013)

International Trade Law, A Casebook for Courses in International Trade Law, with Joost Pauwelyn, Aspen Publishers, (2012)

International Trade Law: Document Supplement to the Second Edition, with Joost Pauwelyn, Aspen Publishers, (2012)

Cooperation, Comity, and Competition Policy, Regulation and Competition in the Global Economy, Oxford University Press, (2010)

How International Law Works: A Rational Choice Theory,  Oxford University Press, (2008)

Research Handbook in International Economic Law, with Alan O. Sykes, Elgar Publishing, (2007)
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A r t i c l e s

The Economics of International Law, with Alan Sykes, Oxford Handbook of Law and Economics, (2014)

Human Rights Backsliding, with Katerina Linos, California Law Review, (2013)

Doctor Frankenstein’s International Organizations, European Journal of International Law, (2013)

Application Law in International Investment Disputes, with Jan Dalhuisen, Yearbook on International Investment Law and Policy, (2013)

Expropriatory And Non-Expropriatory Takings Under International Investment Law, with Jan H. Dalhuisen, Transnational Dispute Management Journal, (2013)

The Law and Economics of Soft Law, Handbook on the Economic of Public International Law, (2013)

Against Consent, Virginia Journal of International Law, (2012)

Climate Change and U.S. Interests: Reply to Responses, Environmental Law and Policy Annual Review, (2011)

A Strategy for Cooperation in Global Competition Policy, in Regulation and Competition in the Global Economy: Cooperation, Comity, and Competition Policy, (2012)

International Soft Law, with Timothy L. Meyer, Journal of Legal Analysis, (2010)

Climate Change and U.S. Interests, with Jody Freeman, Columbia Law Review, (2009)

How International Law Works: Introduction, International Theory, (2009)

How International Law Works: A Response to Commentators, International Theory, (2009)

Importers as Regulators: Product Safety in a Globalized World, Import Safety: Regulatory Governance in the Global Economy, with Kenneth Bamberger, (2010)

Determining the Appropriate Standard of Review in WTO Dispute Resolution, Cornell Journal of International Law, (2009)

International Common Law: The Soft Law of International Tribunals, with Timothy L. Meyer, Chicago Journal of International Law, (2009)

Keeping Imports Safe: A Proposal For Discriminatory Regulation Of International Trade, with Kenneth A. Bamberger, California Law Review, (2008)

International Tribunals: A Rational Choice Analysis, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, (2008)

The Myth of International Delegation, with Jennifer Landsidle, California Law Review, (2008)

Dispute Resolution in SPS Cases, Ten Years of WTO Dispute Settlement, (2007)

International Competition Law, Research Handbook in International Economic Law, (2007)

Customary International Law in the 21st Century, with Timothy L. Meyer, Progress In International Organization, (2007)

Competing for Capital: The Diffusion of Bilateral Investment Treaties, 1960-2000, with Beth Simmons & Zach Elkins, International Organization, (2006)

The Promise of International Law, Virginia Law Review, (2006)

Reputation and International Law, Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, (2006)

Power Plays and Capacity Constraints: The Selection of Defendants in WTO Disputes, with Beth A. Simmons, Journal of Legal Studies, (2005)

The Design of International Agreements, European Journal of International Law, (2005)

Saving Customary International Law, Michigan Journal of International Law, (2005)

Food Fears: Health and Safety at the WTO, Virginia Journal of International Law, (2004)

Global Governance and the WTO, Harvard International Law Journal, (2004)

The Case for International Antitrust, Competition Law in Conflict: Antitrust Jurisdiction in the Global Economy, (2004)

Trade, Labor, Legitimacy, California Law Review, (2003)

International Antitrust and the WTO: The Lesson from Intellectual Property, Virginia Journal of International Law, (2003)

A Compliance-Based Theory of International Law, California Law Review, (2002)

To Settle or Empanel? An Empirical Analysis of Litigation and Settlement at the WTO, with Beth A. Simmons, Journal of Legal Studies, (2002)

The Cost of Credibility: Explaining Resistance to Interstate Dispute Resolution Mechanisms, Journal of Legal Studies, (2002)

Choice of Law: New Foundations, Georgetown Law Journal, (2002)

Choice and International Regulatory Competition, Georgetown Law Journal, (2002)

International Regulatory Harmonization, Introduction to Symposium, Chicago Journal of International Law, (2002)

Antitrust and International Regulatory Federalism, New York University Law Review, (2001)

Choice and Federal Intervention in Corporate Law, with Stephen Choi, Virginia Law Review, (2001)

International Bankruptcy: In Defense of Universalism, Michigan Law Review, (2000)

Arbitrator Liability: Reconciling Arbitration and Mandatory Rules, Duke Law Journal, (2000)

An Economic Analysis of Transnational Bankruptcies, with Lucian Arye Bebchuk, Journal of Law and Economics, (1999)

Capital Market Regulation in Developing Countries, Virginia Journal of International Law, (1999)

Is International Antitrust Possible?, New York University Law Review, (1998)

Portable Reciprocity: Rethinking the International Reach of Securities Regulation, with Stephen Choi, Southern California Law Review, (1998)

Why LDCs Sign Treaties That Hurt Them: Explaining the Popularity of Bilateral Investment Treaties, Virginia Journal of International Law, (1998)

National Laws, International Money: Regulation in a Global Capital Market, with Stephen Choi, Fordham Law Review, (1997)

The Dangerous Extraterritoriality of American Securities Law, with Stephen Choi, Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business, (1996)

How Would You Like to Pay for That? The Strategic Effects of Fee Arrangements on Settlement Terms, with Lucian Bebchuk, Harvard Negotiation Law Review, (1996)

Note, A Reformed Economic Model of Consumer Bankruptcy, Harvard Law Review, (1996)
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B o o k    R e v i e w s    &    O t h e r    W r i t i n g

The Five Stages of Climate Change Acceptance, Oxford University Press Blog, (2013)

Climate Change and the Shrinking Mississippi, Huffington Post, (2013)

Sandy and Sewage: Why We Underestimate the Costs of Climate Change, Huffington Post, (2012),

Climate is a Security Issue, Legal Planet, (2012)

The True Cost of Climate Change, Huffington Post, (2009)

A Plan to Make Imports Safe, with Kenneth Bamberger, San Francisco Chronicle, (2009)

How We Can Protect Ourselves From Unsafe Foreign Goods, with Kenneth Bamberger, San Jose Mercury News, (2009)

An Insider’s Guide to the WTOs Problems, with Joost Pauwelyn, Bridges, (2005)

The Road to Hull?: Review of M. Sornarajah, the International Law of Foreign Investment, European Journal of International Law, (1996)

No End in Sight: Review of William A. Schabas, The Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Law, Harvard Law Review, (1994)
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