11 Nw. J. Int'l L. & Bus. 165 (1990-1991)
Index to Volume 6-10

handle is hein.journals/nwjilb11 and id is 175 raw text is: Book Reviews
THE HISTORY AND GENERAL CONCEPT OF CONTRACT LAW-CONTRACT
LAW IN THE USSR AND THE UNITED STATES by E. Allan Farnsworth
and Viktor P. Mozolin reviewed by Jay M. Feinman ................... 8:525
AN INTRODUCTORY GUIDE TO EEC COMPETITION LAW AND PRACTICE
(3D. ED.) by Valentine Korah reviewed by Michel Waelbroeck ........... 8:273
MARITIME LAW: THE NEED FOR A COMPREHENSIVE MARITIME CODE by
Gerald A. Malia reviewed by George P. Smith II ....................... 6:646
PATENT LICENSING AND EEC COMPETITION RULES: REGULATION 2349/
84 by Valentine Korah and R & D AND THE EEC COMPETITION RULES:
REGULATIOM 418/85 by Valentine Korah reviewed by Michel
Waelbroeck  ........................................................  8:276
TAX EFFICIENT FOREx MANAGEMENT by John Chown reviewed by Karen
V  Kole ............................................................  7:618
Introductions
Introduction, by Kenneth Abbott ....................................... 8:279
Introduction, by Richard E. Speidel .................................... 8:531
Introduction to Rah Symposium, by Joel Davidow ....................... 10:11
Perspectives
Analyzing Claims of Sovereignty in International Economic Disputes, by
Spencer Weber Wailer and Alan M. Simon ...........................    7:1
Beware of Japanese Negotiation Style: How to Negotiate with Japanese
Companies, by Danian Zhang and Kenji Kuroda ...................... 10:195
The Bigness Mystique and the Merger Policy Debate: An International
Perspective, by Walter Adams and James W. Brock ....................  9:1
China's Reform of Aviation: A Signal of the Significance of Competition
Under Law, by Barry Kellman .......................................   8:1
Controlling Diversion.: How Can We Convert the Toshiba-Kongsberg
Controversy into a Victory for the West?, by Jere W. Morehead .......... 9:277
Economic and Trade Related Aspects of Transborder Data Flow: Elements of
a Code for Transnational Commerce, by Ronald Wellington Brown ......  6:1
Effective Dispute Resolution in United States-Japan Commercial
Transactions, by Hoken S. Seki ...................................... 6:979
International Franchising Arrangements and Problems in Their Negotiations,
by  W arren  Pengilley  ................................................  7:185
The Lawyer's Intercultural Communication Problems with Clients from
Diverse Cultures, by Joan B. Kessler ..................................  9:64
Liability for Defective Products in the Soviet Union: Socialist Law Versus
Soviet Reality, by Bruce L. Ottley and Younghee Jin ................... 8:640
Perestroika and Market Socialism: The Effects of Communism's Slow Thaw
on East-West Economic Relations, by W. Gary Vause .................. 9:213
The Prospects for Labor Law Reform in Poland, by Maria Matey .......... 7:621
The Status of United States International Taxation: Another Fine Mess
We've Gotten Ourselves Into, by Karen V. Kole ........................  9:49
The UNCTAD Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences: Trade Milestones or
Milestone - Time Will Soon Tell, by Leslie Kanuck .................... 6:357
Comments
The Administrative Regulation of Technology Induction Contracts in Japan . 8:197
The Canada-United States Memorandum of Understanding Regarding
Application of National Antitrust Laws: New Guidelines for Resolution of
Multinational Antitrust Enforcement Disputes .......................... 6:1065
Cartel in a Can: The Financial Collapse of the International Tin Council ... 10:309

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