SUNGJOON CHO, THE SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS OF WORLD TRADE: NORMS, COMMUNITY AND CONSTITUTION (2015). constitutive infrastructure, such as international law and institutions.9 To them, any interstate cooperation is
. Data curation: George Chlipala. Formal analysis: Sungjoon Cho, Ashutosh Tripathi, George Chlipala, Stefan Green, Hyunwoo Lee, Hyunyoung Jeong. Funding acquisition: Eugene B. Chang, Hyunyoung Jeong ... . Investigation: Sungjoon Cho, Ashutosh Tripathi. Methodology: Sungjoon Cho, Ashutosh Tripathi. Project administration: Hyunyoung Jeong. Resources: Eugene B. Chang. Supervision: Hyunyoung Jeong. Writing
International Organization’s Identity Crisis By Sungjoon Cho* Abstract: The ontological status of international organizations remains largely nebulous despite their contemporary prominence. Traditional ... ., 2000); SLAUGHTER, supra note 54; Sungjoon Cho, Transgovernmentalism: A New Jurisgenerative Mechanism (forthcoming) (on file with author). This idea of transgovernmental government networks dates back to
Competition , 87 N.C. L. Rev. 357 (2009). Available at: Follow this and additional works at; http; //scholarship; law; unc; edu/nclr - SUNGJOON CHO** Through trade policies such as antidumping remedies, the ... judicial and administrative interventions will lead the public and legislatorsalike to rethink the antidumpingstatute itself. * Copyright © 2009 by Sungjoon Cho. ** Associate Professor of Law, Chicago-Kent
Costs, RIS Policy Brief No. 19, Nov. 2005, at 3, http://ase.tufts.edu/gdae/Pubs/rp/RISPolicyBriefl 9WiseGallagherNov05.pdf. 4. See generally Sungjoon Cho, Doha's Development, 25 BERKELEY J. INT'L L. 165
Suppose that a consortium of wealthy and powerful local industries, acting through lawmakers captured by these industries, managed to pass a statute, damaging to the larger public welfare, purely for a protectionist purpose. Suppose further that this statute victimizes exports from a small, poor country such as Vietnam, to a large, rich country such as the United States, because ...