Two-week course to focus on WTO and globalization

For the second year in a row, the London School of Economics (LSE) and Peking University (PKU) are offering "The WTO and Dilemmas of Law Today: Globalization, Regulation and Governance," a two-week course held in Beijing from August 13 to August 25, 2007.  The course is one of six courses in various subjects that make up this year's LSE-PKU Summer School.

Deadline for admission to the program has unfortunately passed.  For general information about the summer program, please visit the LSE-PKU Summer School website.

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