After the conclusion of the Uruguay Round a complete overview of this important phase in GATT history is now available. This extensive work covering the six years leading to the conclusion of the Uruguay Round comes in three separate volumes in which the talks and the positions taken are described in detail.
The GATT Uruguay Round: A Negotiating History (1986-1992) is certainly the most complete work on the developments preceding the final conclusion of the Uruguay Round. As such it is an ideal reference work for historians and specialists in international or commercial law.
Specific topics that played an important role during the Uruguay Round, such as agriculture, services, subsidies and antidumping, are treated in separate chapters, making it an ideal reference work for everyone interested in certain GATT issues.
The following parts are separately available:
Offprints volume 1:
90-6544-748-2: Introduction and Overview
90-6544-754-7: Subsidies and Countervailing Measures
Offprints volume 2:
90-6544-752-0: Dispute Settlement
90-6544-759-8: Trade-Related Investment Measures
90-6544-762-8: Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property
90-6544-764-4: Functioning of the GATT System