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Prof Andrew Lang wins John H. Jackson Prize

Wed 29 July 2020

Journal of International Economic Law

Prof Andrew Lang has been awarded the 2019 John H. Jackson Prize from the Journal of International Economic Law for his article "Heterodox markets and ‘market distortions’ in the global trading system".

Read Prof Lang's article: Heterodox markets and ‘market distortions’ in the global trading system

The John H. Jackson prize is awarded annually to the article or other contribution in the Journal of International Economic Law that most significantly breaks new ground and adds new insights to the study and understanding of international economic law, especially in fields beyond a self-contained analysis of WTO law.

More about the John H. Jackson Prize and previous winners

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