Dear Prudence: Allowances under International Trade and Investment Law for Prudential Regulation in the Financial Services Sector (paper here) has been chosen as this year’s 2017 John H. Jackson prize-winning paper in the Journal of International Economic Law.

The John Jackson prize is awarded annually to the article or other contribution in the JIEL that most significantly breaks new ground and adds new insights to the study and understanding of international economic law, especially in fields beyond a self-contained analysis of WTO law. This Prize aims at celebrating the legacy of John Jackson and underlining the importance of construing international economic law in this broader, ever changing perspective.

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