Faculty Profiles

Richard Steinberg

Richard H. Steinberg

Professor of Law
B.A. Yale, 1982
J.D. Stanford, 1986
Ph.D. Stanford, 1992
UCLA Law faculty since 1996

Books

Assessing the Legacy of the ICTY (edited by Richard H. Steinberg). Martinus Nijhoff (2011). Translated into Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (BCS). The Hague: ICTY (2011).
International Institutions (edited by Judith Goldstein and Richard H. Steinberg). Vols. I-IV. Sage (2010).
International Law and International Relations (edited by Beth A. Simmons and Richard H. Steinberg). Cambridge University Press (2007). Abstract
The Evolution of the Trade Regime: Politics, Law, and Economics of the GATT/WTO (with John Barton, Judy Goldstein, and Timothy Josling). Princeton University Press (2006).
The Greening of Trade Law: International Trade Organizations and Environmental Issues (edited by Richard H. Steinberg). Rowman & Littlefield (2002).
Partners or Competitors? The Prospects for U.S.-EU Cooperation on Asian Trade (edited by Richard H. Steinberg and Bruce Stokes). Rowman & Littlefield (1999).
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Articles and Chapters

Constructing the Legacy of the ICTY, in Assessing the Legacy of the ICTY (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Martinus Nijhoff, 2011).
Rule of Law and the Ambition of a Regional Legacy: Overcoming Political Challenges, in Assessing the Legacy of the ICTY (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Martinus Nijhoff, 2011).
Constructing the Legacy: Convergence Among the Stakeholders, in Assessing the Legacy of the ICTY (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Martinus Nijhoff, 2011).
Introduction (with Judith Goldstein), in International Institutions Vols. I-IV (edited by Judith Goldstein and Richard H. Steinberg, Sage, 2010).
The Hidden World of WTO Governance: A Reply to Andrew Lang and Joanne Scott, 20(4) European Journal of International Law 1063-71 (2009).
The Decline of Multilateral Trade Negotiations and the Rise of Judicial and Preferential Alternatives, V(1) Journal of Scholarly Perspectives 74-89 (2009).
Regulatory Shift: The Rise of Judicial Liberalization at the WTO (with Judith Goldstein), in The Politics of Global Regulation (edited by Walter Mattli and Ngaire Woods, Princeton University Press, 2009). Full Text
Negotiate or Litigate? Effects of WTO Judicial Delegation on U.S. Trade Politics (with Judith Goldstein), 71 Law & Contemporary Problems 257 (2008). Full Text
Power and Cooperation in International Environmental Law, in Research Handbook in International Economic Law (edited by Andrew T. Guzman and Alan O. Sykes, Edward Elgar, 2007). Full Text
The Transformation of European Trading States, in The State After Statism: New State Activities in the Age of Liberalization (edited by Jonah D. Levy, Harvard University Press, 2006). Full Text
Power and International Law (with Jonathan M. Zasloff), 100 American Journal of International Law 64-87 (2006). Full Text
The Independence of International Courts? A Map of the Issues, 99 Proceedings of the Annual Meeting-American Society of International Law 129-30 (2006).
United States - Subsidies on Upland Cotton, 99 American Journal of International Law 852-61 (2005).
Who is Sovereign?, 40 Stanford Journal of International Law 329-45 (2004). Abstract
Judicial Law-Making at the WTO: Discursive, Constitutional, and Political Constraints, 98 American Journal of International Law 247 (2004). Abstract
Universal Jurisdiction: Issues Raised by Competing Theories, 8 UCLA Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs 41-44 (2003).
When the Peace Ends: The Vulnerability of EC and U.S. Agricultural Subsidies to WTO Legal Challenge (with Timothy Josling), 6 Journal of International Economic Law 369-417 (2003). Full Text
In the Shadow of Law or Power? Consensus-Based Bargaining and Outcomes in the GATT/WTO, 56 International Organization 339-74 (2002). Abstract
Overview: Realism in International Law, in ASIL Proceedings 2002 260-62 (American Society of International Law, 2002).
Understanding Trade and the Environment: Conceptual Frameworks, in The Greening of Trade Law: International Trade Organizations and Environmental Issues (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Rowman & Littlefield, 2002).
Conclusion: Explaining Similarities and Differences Across International Trade Organizations, in The Greening of Trade Law: International Trade Organizations and Environmental Issues (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Rowman & Littlefield, 2002).
Introduction: Exploring the Prospects for Transatlantic Trade Policy Cooperation in Asia, in Partners or Competitors? The Prospects for U.S.-EU Cooperation on Asian Trade (edited by Richard H. Steinberg and Bruce Stokes, Rowman & Littlefield, 1999).
Part III. Conclusion. The Prospects for Partnership: Overcoming Obstacles to Transatlantic Trade Policy Cooperation in Asia, in Partners or Competitors? The Prospects for U.S.-EU Cooperation on Asian Trade (edited by Richard H. Steinberg and Bruce Stokes, Rowman & Littlefield, 1999).
Reconciling Transatlanticism and Multilateralism: Great Power Management of the World Trading System, in The United States and Europe in the Global Arena (edited by Frances Burwell and Ivo Daalder, Macmillan, 1999).
Institutional Implications of WTO Accession for China, IGCC Working Paper No. 41(University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, March 1999).
Great Power Management of the World Trading System: A Transatlantic Strategy for Liberal Multilateralism, 29 Law and Policy in International Business 205-56 (Winter 1998).
Trade-Environment Negotiations in the EU, NAFTA, and WTO: Regional Trajectories of Rule Development, 91 American Journal of International Law 231-67 (1997).
Direct Application of Multilateral Trade Agreements in the United States, in Regionalism and Multilateralism After the Uruguay Round: Convergence, Divergence and Interaction (edited by Paul Demaret, Jean-Francois Bellis, and Gonzalos Garcia-Jimenez, European Interuniversity Press, 1997).
Transatlanticism in Support of Multilateralism? Prospects for Great Power Management of the World Trading System, in Regionalism and Multilateralism After the Uruguay Round: Convergence, Divergence and Interaction (edited by Paul Demaret, Jean-Francois Bellis, and Gonzalos Garcia-Jimenez, European Interuniversity Press, 1999).
Trans-Atlantic Cooperation in Managing the World Trading System: The Promise of a TAFTA-Plus and Interim Approaches, in Open for Business: Creating a Transatlantic Marketplace (Council on Foreign Relations, 1996).
Interoperability and the National Information Infrastructure: Mapping the Debate (with Francois Bar and Michael Borrus), 4 Information and Infrastructure Policy 235 (1995).
The Uruguay Round: A Legal Analysis of the Final Act, 6 International Quarterly 1-94 (1994).
The Uruguay Round: A Preliminary Analysis of the Final Act, in Laws of International Trade (Business Laws, Inc., 1994).
Antidotes to Regionalism: Responses to Trade Diversion Effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement, 29 Stanford Journal of International Law 315-53 (1993).
A Legal Analysis of the North American Free Trade Agreement, in Laws of International Trade (Business Laws, Inc., 1993).
What the North American Free Trade Agreement Means to Business: An Industry-By-Industry Analysis of Effects and Opportunities, 9 Corporate Counsel's Quarterly 52-89 (1993).
The U.S. Decision in Computer Associates v. Altai Compared to the EC Software Directive: Transatlantic Convergence of Copyright Standards Favouring Software Interoperability, in 8Computer Law & Practice 137-66 (1992).
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