This project has been a while in the making, but I’d like to put a plug in for Elgar’s Encyclopedia of International Economic Law. Comprising over 250 entries written by scholars (including yours truly) and practitioners, traditional international economic law subject matter is supplemented by coverage of newly developing areas. Thus, the concepts and rules of trade, investment, finance and international tax law are found alongside entries discussing the relationship of international economic law with environmental protection, social standards, development, and human rights.
A big round of applause to the editors, who hail from Geneva to Ottowa. The Encyclopedia is envisioned to be the definitive reference work on international economic las, and helps redefine the field by presenting international economic law in its broadest, real-world context. For more, check out the book’s website here.