This new yearbook is the first annual compendium of articles and materials covering all aspects of one of the most significant developments in the harmonization of worldwide trade law.
Articles by leading scholars as well as experienced practitioners examine the implications for international commerce produced by the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Foods (CISG). Research on and awareness of this landmark Convention, now adopted by all major trading nations, is essential for all legal scholars, students, and practitioners.
The 1995 edition contains substantive articles, research articles, an extensive bibliography on current CISG case law, and book reviews. The Review of the Convention for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) will be an important resource for all legal collections.