The 25th Anniversary of the founding of UNCTAD is an occasion to remember, not for its failures, which it shares inevitably with every international organization that is set up to address complex economic issues that concern developing countries with diverse constraints and objectives, but for its successes, which have been unduly neglected.
Here, I shall recount only three of the many intellectual accomplishments focusing on the early lead that UNCTAD has provided on questions that have attracted academic attention and invited policy redress in national and international fora.
International Law | International Trade Law | Law
Jagdish N. Bhagwati,
The International Trading System,
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