Publication of CJIL Vol. 13.2

The latest issue of The Chicago Journal of International Law has been published. The issue features articles that respond to and build off of ideas in "Climate Change Justice," By Eric A. Posner and David Weisbach. For more information on the book, click here.

Articles

International Paretianism: A Defense
Eric A. Posner and David Weisbach

 

Carbon Leakage Versus Policy Diffusion: The Perils and Promise of Subglobal Climate Action
Daniel A. Farber

 

Climate Hope: Implementing the Exit Strategy
Henry Shue

 

Post-Durban Climate Policy Architecture Based on Linkage of Cap-and-Trade Systems
Matthew Ranson and Robert N. Stavins

 

Climate Change, Consequentialism, and the Road Ahead
Dale Jamieson

 

Climate Change: Why Theories of Justice Matter
Martha C. Nussbaum

 

Analysis of the US Case in Climate Change Negotiations
Yoram Margalioth

 

Who Should Pay for Climate Change? “Not Me”
Paul Baer

 

Cumulative Carbon and Just Allocation of the Global Carbon Commons
R.T. Pierrehumbert

 

The Debate on Discounting: Reconciling Positivists and Ethicists
Christian Gollier

 

Climate Policies Deserve a Negative Discount Rate
Marc Fleurbaey and Stéphane Zuber

 

Why Historical Emissions Should Count
Lukas H. Meyer

 
             

Comments

Why Judges Should Not Make Refugee Law: Australia’s Malaysia Solution and the Refugee Convention
Anthony Pastore

 

Depoliticizing Sovereign Wealth Funds Through International Arbitration
Meg Lippincott

 

The Berne Convention’s Flexible Fixation Requirement: A Problematic Provision for User-Generated Content
Elizabeth White