The World Trade Review
was established at the initiative of the Secretariat of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in close cooperation with Cambridge University Press. It is an independent journal - the Editor and all but one member of the Editorial Board are drawn from university faculties - that includes articles written from economic, legal, political and inter-disciplinary perspectives on issues of relevance to the multilateral trading system. Priority is given to papers that, along with being academically rigorous, are also accessible to government policy officials and the wider public. The journal also includes shorter articles seeking to rebut or challenge published papers.SIEL/CUP Prize for an Essay in International Economic Law
A prize has been established by the Society of International Economic Law and Cambridge University Press for the best essay submitted on any topic in any field of international economic law. For more information, please click here.
Since 2008, World Trade Review has been indexed and abstracted in the following Thomson Reuters services:
- Current Contents®/Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Social Sciences Citation Index®/Social Scisearch®
- Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition