6 edition of law of international economic institutions in Africa found in the catalog.
|Statement||S. A. Akintan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 222 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||78301154|
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International economic law means international law relating to investment, economic relations, economic development, economic institutions, and regional economic integration. International economic law covers both the conduct of sovereign states in international economic relations, and the conduct of private parties involved in cross-border. Private International Law in Africa: The Past, Present, and Future* The development of private international law has stagnated in Af rica for some time now. This is reflected in the neglected and undevel oped state of the subject, and the near absence of Africa in international processes, academic forums, writings, and institutions.
The view that Africa contributes and shapes the development of international law arguably inspires the provisions of Article 6(1) of the AUCIL Statute (Codification of International Law) which mandates the AUCIL to codify such aspects of the rules of international law where “there has been extensive State practice, precedent and doctrine in. The law in Africa is multifaceted, defined by a combination of customary, religious, common and western civil law and legal sing of fifty-six nations, the African continent is the second largest in the world and is home to a diversity of legal practices, unique with their cultural and historical influences.
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"International economic law" is an increasingly seminal field of international law that involves the regulation and conduct of states, international organizations, and private firms operating in the international economic arena. As such, international economic law encompasses a broad range of disciplines touching on public international law, private international law, and domestic law.
Principles of International Economic Law provides a comprehensive overview of the central topics in international economic law, with an emphasis on the interplay between the different economic and political interests on both the international and domestic levels.
Following recent tendencies, the book sets the classic topics of international economic law, like WTO law, Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Based on the author's thesis, University of Lagos. Description: xxii, pages ; 23 cm: Series Title. This book is on international economic law, and as such unavoidably examines international economic institutions which to some extent determine the content and character of international economic law- the IMF, the World Bank, OECD, OPEC, the Paris and London Clubs of Creditors, the G8 and G20, regional economic blocs and other economic institutions.
Abstract. International Economic law (IEL) has a specific role to play in a complex modern Africa. The underdeveloped state of trade law regimes in Africa is arguably a reflection and product of the low level of commercial : Offah Ako Obale.
Keywords: International Law, Institutions, Free Trade, Global Prosperity, Digital Divide Contents 1. Introduction 2. History – Toward the Formation of the Nation State 3. Functions and Structures of International Law and Institutions 4.
Growing Political and Economic Interdependency within Institutional Settings 5. Secondary law derives from primary law, in that its normative effect formally depends upon a primary source of international law, ie a treaty provision allocating this competence to the organization.
In its derivative character, it is to be distinguished from the law generated by the conclusion of treaties between two international organizations. 'This book is a critical, thought-provoking and well-written account of how the post-Second World War international law and institutions have been used by the West (an imagined community itself) to construct and impose a new rational truth based on particular values, norms and socio-political organisations that were defined as universal.
Books For Africa launched the Law & Democracy Initiative to address this emerging continent’s appalling scarcity of law and human rights books, and by doing so to further the rule of law in Africa.
Your financial support will allow the Law & Democracy Initiative to send these books to African law schools, bar associations, and other legal. analysis of international law as related to African attitudes and prac-tices. Okoye, on the other hand, does attempt to concern himself with the attitudes and practices of the African States during the past decade.
Okoye shows that the rules of municipal law as to the relationship of international to municipal law adopted by the new States. Africa and the Development of International Law.
With the creation of the African Foundation, we have thus embarked on a wider enterprise in the service of our continent and its peoples, for we believe that the advancement and promotion of international law, and of the rule of law, are integral to the development of Africa.
This book gives an overview of the central topics in international economic law, with an emphasis on the interplay between the different economic and political interests on both the international and domestic levels. The book sets the classic topics of international economic law, WTO law, investment protection, commercial law, and monetary law in context with human rights, environmental.
I had an assignment in public international law and this book helped me especially chapter 1 really helped me with some background in understanding very well the history of Africa's involvement in international law.
Thank you. decided decision draft duties economic Economic and Social effect elected equal established European existing field 5/5(1). International Law Handbook Collection Of Instruments. This book covers the following topics: United Nations and Statute of the International Court of Justice, Law of treaties, Subjects of international law, Diplomatic and consular relations, International responsibility, Peaceful settlement of international disputes, International peace and security, International human rights law, Movement.
Abstract. This chapter traces the two major trends in thinking about Africa’s engagement with international law from a historical perspective: contributionists who emphasize Africa’s contributions to international law, on the one hand, and critical theorists who examine Africa’s subordination in its international relations as a legacy that is traceable to international law, on the.
Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this practical analysis of the law covering merchants’ status and obligations – including the laws governing state intervention in economic activities – in South Africa provides quick and easy guidance on such commercial and economic matters as business assets, negotiable instruments, commercial securities, and.
International law - International law - Historical development: International law reflects the establishment and subsequent modification of a world system founded almost exclusively on the notion that independent sovereign states are the only relevant actors in the international system.
The essential structure of international law was mapped out during the European Renaissance, though its. The collection contains international treaties as well as other substantive regulations of the international economy.
The material is arranged in two main sections, the first of which deals with institutions and cooperation, the second contains the most prominent examples of how substantive regulation of the international economy has been achieved.
The nature and magnitude of the growth in China-Africa economic relations in recent years is unprecedented and extraordinary. According to recent estimates, the value of China’s trade with African nations grew from a mere USD 10 million in the s to USD 55 billion inand to more than USD billion by the end ofat which time nearly 1, Chinese companies were doing.
Olabisi D. Akinkugbe, Journal of International Economic Law Book Description. Richard Frimpong Oppong challenges the view that effective economic integration in Africa is hindered by purely socio-economic, political and infrastructural problems.
He argues that radical reforms to community and national laws are needed to ensure the economic. Overview of International Law and Institutions Full Citation. it also has regulated to some extent the way nations treat their own citizens.
Private international law, by contrast, encompasses issues relating to transactions and disputes between private parties, such as international commercial standards, international choice of law rules.Get this from a library!
African economic institutions. [Kwame Akonor] -- "This book analyzes how, and under what conditions, African International Economic Organizations (IEO) have evolved, and what individual and collective contributions, if any, these African IEOs have.This book provides readers with the knowledge necessary to fully understand how international law carved the history and life of Namibia.
It observes that Namibia has benefited from and contributed to international law in a way that shaped that country’s political and socio-economic development and to an extent that few other countries experienced.