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Culture and International Economic Law (eBook)

Edited by: Valentina Vadi, Bruno De Witte

ISBN13: 9781317910756
Published: February 2015
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
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Culture represents inherited values, ideas, beliefs, and traditions, which characterize social groups and their behaviour. Culture is not a static concept but rather a dynamic force and as such has always benefitted from economic exchange. Nowadays globalization and international economic governance offer unprecedented opportunities for cultural exchange. In parallel, foreign direct investments can promote cultural diversity and provide the funds needed to locate, recover and preserve cultural heritage. Nonetheless, globalization and international economic governance can also jeopardize cultural diversity and determine the erosion of the cultural wealth of nations. The increase in global trade and foreign direct investment (FDI) has determined the creation of legally binding and highly effective regimes that demand states to promote and facilitate trade and FDI. An international economic culture has emerged that emphasizes productivity and economic development at the expense of the common wealth.

This book explores the 'clash of cultures' between international law and international cultural law exploring some key questions such as whether states can promote economic development without infringing their cultural wealth? The book is split into four parts, the first part explore the main themes and challenges while part two considers the cultural life of international economic law, part three focuses on intellectual property law and the fourth explores issues in European law.

The book contains original chapters by experts in the field including Yvonne Donders, Francesco Francioni, Federico Lenzerini and Ana Vrdoljak. It covers issues including whether grass root resistance developed to cope with the threats to culture posed by economic globalization, how international courts and tribunals are adjudicating culture-related cases, and the relationships between culture, human rights, and economic activities.

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1. Introduction, Bruno de Witte and Valentina Vadi

Part 1: The Cultural Life of International Law
2. Culture, Human Rights and International Law, Francesco Francioni
3. The Cultural Dimension of Economic Activities in International Human Rights Jurisprudence, Yvonne Donders

Part 2: The Cultural Life of International Economic Law
4. The Cultural Wealth of Nations in International Economic Law, Valentina Vadi
5. Investment Projects Affecting Indigenous Heritage, Federico Lenzerini
6. The Trade v. Culture Discourse: Tracing its Evolution in Global Law, Mira Burri Nenova
7. International Exchange and Trade in Cultural Objects, Ana Vrdoljak

Part 3: The Cultural Life of Intellectual Property Law
8. Traditional Knowledge: Cultural Heritage or Intellectual Property?, Antonietta Di Blase
9. Copyright and the Digitization of Cultural Heritage on the EU Digital Agenda, Lucky Belder

Part 4: The Cultural Life of European Law
10. Market Integration and Cultural Diversity in EU Law, Bruno De Witte
11. EU Media Law: Cultural Policy or Business as Usual?, Rachel Craufurd Smith
12. Culture in the EU's External Economic Relations, Evangelia Psychogiopoulou