This new monograph series provides a point of convergence for high quality, original work on various aspects of international economic and WTO law. Topics range from established subject matter to cross-cutting issues and the interaction of international standards. Theoretically rigorous, these books take an analytical and discursive approach to the field, wherever possible drawing on insights from disciplines other than law, such as economics and politics, to arrive at a genuinely inter-disciplinary perspective. Proposals are encouraged that primarily engage with new and previously under-developed themes in the field, or alternatively offer an innovative analysis of areas of uncertainty in the existing law. Bringing together work from both established authors and a new generation of scholars, the Elgar International Economic Law series will play an important role in the development of thinking in the field.