Juscelino F. Colares, the Schott-van den Eynden Professor of Business Law and professor of political science, recently co-authored an article on carbon tariffs.
The article, titled “The Opportunity and Limitations of Neutral Carbon Tariffs,” was published by Oxford University Press’ American Law and Economics Review, one of the top peer-reviewed publications in the field of law and international economics.
The article examines the World Trade Organization’s consistency and inefficiency of border carbon adjustments. It presents the first formal definition of the National Treatment Principle in article III of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. In addition, it compares the formalized neutral tariff concept to different levels of economic efficiency.
Other recent publications and presentations by Colares, who also is associate director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center, include:
- “Canada, United States and European Union—Out of Synch on Trade Agreements? Or Are We Sympatico?” Canada-United States Law Journal
- Introductory remarks for “Carbon Mitigation: Pricing Approaches and the Potential for Cross-Border, State-Province Cooperation,” Canada-United States Law Journal
- Co-authored with William Canterberry, “Not COOL: How the Appellate Body Misconstrued the National Treatment Principle, Severely Restricting Agency Discretion to Promulgate Pro-Consumer, Labeling Rules,” Journal of World Trade
- “Obama’s Late Cosmopolitan Skepticism and Trump’s Transactional Bilateralism: A New Hamiltonian-Jacksonian Trade Compromise” delivered at Second International Trade Law Update, hosted by Case Western Reserve University School of Law Oct. 27
- “FCPA Enforcement Meets RIC(G)O: The Brazilian Government” delivered at the IRS-CI and ACAMS Northern Ohio Chapter Financial Institution AML Conference, hosted by Notre Dame College Oct. 13
- “Transnational Cooperation on Corruption Investigations and Prosecutions” delivered at the Academy for the Interchange and Exchange of Judicial Matters’ New York City Conference, hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce (Argentina) and New York Law School June 30