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Call for Papers Journal of International Trade Law and Policy

Journal call for papers from Journal of International Trade Law and Policy

Editor: Moe Alramahi, Department of Law, Aberdeen Business School, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK
E-mail: [email protected] 
Frequency: 3 issues per year

The Journal of International Trade Law and Policy is a peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal which seeks articles from any jurisdiction on the broad theme of international trade. The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for current issues in all aspects of international trade, including legal, economic, management and policy issues. Articles should reflect the international focus of the journal but this does not preclude articles from a single jurisdiction which are of international interest.

The Editor of the Journal of International Trade Law and Policy now invites submissions to the journal. Of particular interest are contributions in:

• International trade
• Global markets
• Competition law
• Governance and regulation
• Foreign investment
• Internet law
• Jurisdiction
• Environmental law
• Business ethics
• Globalisation

Papers can be between 6,000 and 10,000 words in length and will undergo a double blind peer review. The journal also publishes book reviews and case notes which should be around 1,500 words in total.

All articles should be submitted, preferably in Microsoft Word format and via e-mail to the Editor: Moe Alramahi, Email: [email protected] 

More details and author guidelines can be found on the journal homepage at:

For a free trial to the journal, please contact the publisher: [email protected]