Éditions L’Harmattan recently published a work entitled “Le statut juridique des biens et services culturels dans les accords commerciaux internationaux” by Laurence Mayer-Robitaille, with a preface by Joël Molinier.
“How do international trade regulations apply to cultural products? Why are films, TV and radio programs, books, and CDs the source of recurring trade conflicts? Between trade policies and cultural policies, what options do states have?” According to the publisher, this work “examines existing legal solutions and explores the ability of the international legal system to address the dual nature of cultural goods and services.”
The book can be ordered online at the Éditions L’Harmattan website.