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61. “The Speedbump at Seattle”, Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 3, No. 1 (Oxford University Press) at 167, March 2000, Gary N. Horlick.

62. A Problem of Process in WTO Jurisprudence:Identifying Disputed Issues in Panels and Consultations, Law and Policy in International Business, Volume 31, Number 3, Spring 2000, at 573-582, Gary N. Horlick, Glenn R. Butterton.

63. “Problem With the Compliance Structure of the WTO Dispute Resolution Process,” in The Political Economy of International Trade Law: Essays in Honor of Robert E. Hudec, D. Kennedy and J. Southwick, eds. (Cambridge, 2002), Gary N. Horlick.

64. A. U.S. Perspective on the Launch of a New WTO Trade Round at Qatar, Journal of Japanese Trade & Industry, Sept./Oct. 2001, Gary N. Horlick.

65. Comments, Gary N. Horlick, in Efficiency/Equity/Legitimacy, The Multilateral Trading System at the Millennium (J. Porter, Pierre Sauve, Arvind Subramanian, Americo Bevilglia Zampetti, Eds. (Brookings Institute, 2001).

66. “Subsidies Discipline Under WTO and U.S. Rules”, Gary N. Horlick, in European Competition Law Annual 1999:Selected Issues in the Field of State Aid, Claus-Dieter Ehlermann and Michelle Everson, Eds. (European University Institute, 2002).

67. Over the Bump in Doha, 5 Journal of International Economic Law 195 (2002), Gary N. Horlick.

68. NAFTA Provisions and the Electricity Sector, Gary Horlick, Christiane Schuchhardt, and Howard Mann (June 2002).

69. Economic Sanctions in the GATT/WTO World Trading System, Bitburger Gesprache Jahrbuch 2003, Gary Horlick.

70. WTO and NAFTA Rules and Dispute Settlement, G. Horlick (London 2003).

71. WTO Dispute Settlement Practice Relating to Subsidies and Countervailing Measures, Peggy A. Clarke, Jacques Bourgeois and Gary N. Horlick, in F. Ortino and E. U. Petersmann (eds) The WTO Dispute Settlement System 1995-2003, 353-379, 2004.

72. WTO Jurisprudence and Policy: Practitioners’ Perspectives, M. Bronckers and G. Horlick, (eds.), (London 2005).

73. Chapters on “The Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures” and “Injury Determinations in Anti-dumping and Countervailing Duty Investigations” in P. Macrory, A. Appleton, and M. Plummer (eds.), The World Trade Organization:Legal, Economic and Political Analysis, 2005.

74. The 10 Major Problems With The Anti-Dumping Instrument In The United States, Journal of World Trade, Vol. 39, No. 1, (February 2005) at 169, Gary N. Horlick.

75. The 10 Major Problems With The Anti-Dumping Instrument: An Attempt at Synthesis, Journal of World Trade, Vol. 39, No. 1, (February 2005) at 67, Gary N. Horlick, Edwin Vermulst.

76. Mandatory Abolition of Anti-dumping, Countervailing Duties and Safeguards in Customs Unions and Free-Trade Areas Constituted Between World Trade Organization Members:Revisiting a Long-standing Discussion in Light of the Appellate Body’s Turkey—Textiles Ruling, Journal of World Trade, Vol. 40, No. 5, (2006) at 909, Gary N. Horlick, Angela T. Gobbi Estrella.

77. Market Economy Status for Ukraine in Antidumping Cases in the United States and European Union, Global Trade and Customs Journal, Vol. 1, Issue 1, (2006), at 49-50, John Maloney and Gary Horlick.

78. WTO Regulation of Subsidies, in EC State Aids, Third Edition, Thomson, (2006), at 167-181, Marco Bronckers, Gary Horlick and Natalie McNelis, Leigh Hancer, Tom Ottervange, Piet Jan Slot (eds).

79. Dumping Margin Calculation Problems in the United States, Global Trade and Customs Journal, Vol. ___, Issue ___, (2007), at 67-71, John Greenwald and Gary Horlick.