Christian Tietje and Kevin Crow, DSB Supervision of Implementation at the WTO, Max Planck EiPro Encyclopedia of International Law (Oxford 2019).
Kevin Crow | ASB Faculty | Research Paper
Discipline: International Law
This entry provides an analysis of the rules governing the supervision of implementation of Dispute Settlement Body (“DSB”) reports based on the World Trade Organization’s (“WTO”) Dispute Settlement Understanding (“DSU”). Specifically, it focuses on the precise functions of the DSB’s implementation surveillance after an Appellate Body (“AB”) or Panel Report has been issued.more
As such, this entry does not analyze procedures developed under Article 21:5 DSU nor procedures developed under Article 22:6 DSU, because those provisions concern interactions with Members prior to implementation and other elements of WTO law. Rather, this entry analyzes the rules and procedures that govern the DSB’s follow-up on whether its reports have been implemented and situations where retaliation measures are implemented.