“As far as the structure is concerned, it is clearly and precisely divided into different parts and chapters, thereby making it reader-friendly.
It is not only innovative in style and approach but also an invaluable contribution to a relatively underdeveloped area of legal research in the field of international trade law. I can warmly and wholeheartedly recommend this book as an excellent legal companion to those interested in International Trade Law, ranging from lawyers, international jurists, and trade diplomats to advanced students in law, political science and commerce.” – Dr Sideek M. Seyad,
The Law and Politics Book Review, Volume 21, No. 10
“I strongly recommend purchasing this volume. It comprises some of the main goals reached by the author in the last years of research. The outcome is a dynamic survey, which combines history and proposals for the future, constituting a unique book, a coherent work and a must-have item for every international trade lawyer's bookshelf.” – Carlo Maria Cantore,
The Common Market Law Review, Volume 48-4