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Big Data and Global Trade Law

Edited by: Mira Burri

ISBN13: 9781108843591
To be Published: June 2021
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00



This collection explores the relevance of global trade law for data, big data and cross-border data flows. Contributing authors from different disciplines including law, economics and political science analyze developments at the World Trade Organization and in preferential trade venues by asking what future-oriented models for data governance are available and viable in the area of trade law and policy. The collection paints the broad picture of the interaction between digital technologies and trade regulation as well as provides in-depth analyses of critical to the data-driven economy issues, such as privacy and AI, and different countries' perspectives.

  • Provides an in-depth understanding of the pertinent legal and policy issues in the area of digital trade governance
  • Features leading scholars from across law, economics, and political science
  • Traces the recent developments in the area of digital trade and data flows regulation in preferential trade agreements

Subjects:
International Trade
Contents:
Big data and global trade law: An introduction - Mira Burri
Part I. Global Trade Law and Policy in the Age of Big Data:
1. Data flows and global trade law - Mira Burri
2. Data flow-related provisions in preferential trade agreements: trends and patterns of diffusion - Manfred Elsig and Sebastian Klotz
3. The costs of data protectionism - Martina F. Ferracane
4. WTO law and cross-border data flows: an unfinished agenda - Andrew D. Mitchell and Neha Mishra
Part II. From E-commerce to Big Data and AI: Emerging Issues in Global Trade Law:
5. Artificial intelligence and trade - Anupam Chander
6. Blockchain's practical and legal implications for global trade and global trade law - Emmanuelle Ganne
7. TRIPS meets big data - Daniel J. Gervais
8. Big data, AI and border enforcement of intellectual property rights: impact on trade flows - Xavier Seuba
Part III. Safeguarding Privacy and Other Users' Rights in the Age of Big Data:
9. Futuring digital privacy: reimaging the law/tech interplay - Urs Gasser
10. The algorithmic learning deficit: artificial intelligence, data protection, and trade - Svetlana Yakovleva and Joris van Hoboken
11. Panta Rhei: a European perspective on ensuring a high-level of protection of human rights in a world in which everything flows - Kristina Irion
Part IV. Global Perspectives on Digital Trade Governance:
12. Data regulation with Chinese characteristics - Henry S. Gao
13. Regulatory convergence of data rules in Latin America - Rodrigo Polanco Lazo
14. Uploading CPTPP and USMCA provisions to the WTO's digital trade negotiations poses challenges for national data regulation: example from Canada - Patrick Leblond
15. Data ownership and data access rights: meaningful tools for promoting the EU digital single market? - Florent Thouvenin and Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux
16. Data is different, so policymakers should pay close attention to its governance - Susan A. Aaronson