Journal article

BALANCING REGULATORY AUTONOMY WITH LIBERALISATION OF TRADE IN SERVICES: AN ANALYTICAL ASSESSMENT OF AUSTRALIA'S OBLIGATIONS UNDER PREFERENTIAL TRADE AGREEMENTS

Tania Voon

Melbourne Journal of International Law | UNIV MELBOURNE, MELBOURNE LAW SCH | Published : 2017

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by Australian Research Council


Funding Acknowledgements

PhD (Cambridge); LLM (Harvard); Grad Dip Intl L, LLB (Hons), BSc (Melbourne); AMusA; Professor, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne; Emailtania.voon@unimelb.edu.au. Parts of this article are scheduled for publication in ch 3 of Andrew D Mitchell, Elizabeth Sheargold and Tania Voon, Regulatory Autonomy in International Economic Law: The Evolution of Australian Policy on Trade and Investment (Edward Elgar, 2017). This article forms part of independent research funded by the Australian Research Council pursuant to the Discovery Project scheme (project ID DP130100838). For helpful comments on earlier drafts I thank Rudolf Adlung, Andrew D Mitchell, Peter Gallagher, Elizabeth Sheargold, Ana Maria Palacio Valencia, and the two anonymous referees, and for research assistance I thank Pei Xuan Liu. This article expresses my personal opinions as an academic. Any errors or omissions are mine.