Currents: Journal of International Economic Law is immediately accepting submissions for publication Vol. 24.2, devoted to topics examining the most significant trends and developments in the field of international economic law during the past quarter century. We are seeking short 5 to 10 page essays taking stock of challenges facing different areas of international economic law, detailing what and why authors see their topics as both noteworthy and important in such context.
Considering whether to make a submission, the following are a list of suggested areas: Block chain, Cryptocurrencies, Artificial Intelligence, the WTO crisis and reform, the Future of Free Trade Agreements, a New Paradigm of Development Law, or the New Frontier for Privacy Rights.
If selected for publication, the Editorial Board and the journal’s staff will be a resource to help authors, such as by providing citations or assisting with compilations of a reading list to accompany an essay. All submissions must be received by March 1st, 2020 at 5:00 P.M. CST.