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This volume reviews and assesses the legal remedies available under the WTO Agreement. It examines these remedies in light of reparative and punitive theories of justice, and concludes that WTO remedies are distinct because their aim is neither to correct the injury, nor to punish the wrongdoer. In this respect they are akin to the declarative relief traditionally granted in public international law and domestic public law. WTO remedies therefore pose a challenge to a developing international legal system that is increasingly oriented towards corrective and punitive justice.
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Chi Carmody is Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Ontario
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