2008 U. Ill. L. Rev. [i] (2008)

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Volume 2008                                                 Number 1
SYMPOSIUM: PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ECONOMICS
Public International Law and Economics:
Symposium Introduction ........................... Anne van Aaken    1
Christoph Engel
Tom Ginsburg
Enriching Rational Choice Institutionalism for
the Study of International Law ................... Kenneth W. Abbott  5
Towards Behavioral International Law
and  Economics ..................................... Anne van  Aaken  47
Toward a Richer Institutionalism for International
Law  and  Policy  ........................................  Stefan  Oeter  61
Nonconsensual International Lawmaking ......... Laurence R. Heifer  71
Measuring the Shadow of the Future:
An Introduction to the Game Theory
of Customary International Law ..................... George Norman  127
Joel Trachtman
Treaties: Strategic Considerations ...................... Todd Sandier  155
What Can Be Learned from the Game-Theoretic
Analyses of Treaties? .............................. Simon J. Evenett 181
Treaty Formation and Strategic Constellations .. Katharina Holzinger  187
Commitment and Diffusion: How and Why
National Constitutions Incorporate
International Law  .................................... Tom  Ginsburg  201
Svitlana Chernykh
Zachary Elkins
Precommitment Theory Applied to International
Law: Between Sovereignty and Triviality ................ Anne Peters  239
Is It Really All About Commitment
and Diffusion? ............................... Andreas Zimmermann  253

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