This book is the first to account for what good faith stands for in international trade law. The book describes how, why, and when the concept of good faith links WTO Agreements with public international law. It serves as a reference guide for scholars and practitioners by analyzing how GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade)/WTO dispute settlement institutions apply good faith in practice. Good faith is a general principle of law operating alongside treaties and customary rules. In WTO law, the principle of pacta sunt servanda, the prohibition of abus de droit, and the protection of legitimate expectations are considered to be corollaries of the principle of good faith. An analysis of GATT 1947 and WTO case law reveals that the function of the principle of good faith varies. Panel and the Appellate Body reports make different uses of it. The Appellate Body is prepared to apply the principle to WTO provisions only, while Panels use it more freely and substantively, applying good faith to fill lacunae in any of the WTO covered agreements. ËœAdditionally, adjudicators use the principle to strike a balance between the obligation to liberalize trade and the right to invoke an exception from trade liberalization for the protection of the environment, culture, public morals, and human life or health. In this way, good faith safeguards the gains of multilateral trade liberalization against disgenuine interests, such as disguised protectionism.
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Marion Panizzon Dr iur (Bern) LL.M. (Duke) is Senior Research Fellow in International Economic Law at the World Trade Institute of the Universities of Bern, Neuchatel and Fribourg. She is a former fellow of Georgetown University's Institute of International Economic Law.Review:
The question of the role and interpretation of the principle of good faith has not been comprehensively addressed so far. For this reason, Panizzon's analysis is particularly valuable. Panizzon provides a comprehensive analysis of the application of the principle of good faith by the judicial WTO bodies. As the very detailed bibliography ... shows, the author has consulted a variety of sources on interpretation methods, not only referring to international law but also to dispute settlement in general and to WTO law in particular. Panizzon's detailed examination of the role, concepts and interpretation of good faith within the legal framework of the WTO is an interesting and absolutely recommendable contribution to the analyses on the interpretation of WTO law in general and to the discussion on the interpretation of international law principles in that context in particular. Silke Steiner Austrian Review of International European Law Volume 12, 2010
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