Wednesday, May 5, 2010
The following papers will appear in the Spring 2010 edition of the International Aviation Law Institute's journal, Issues in Aviation Law and Policy:
- Peter Harbison, The Importance of the Japan Airlines Bankruptcy and Restructuring in Modernizing the Asia Pacific Airline Industry
- Kenneth P. Quinn et al., Improving Global Aviation Safety by Protecting Information Sources
- Matt Anderson, Getting at the Core of Airline Economics
- Moses George, Public Monopoly and Private Monopoly--A Case Study of Greenfield Airport Privatization in India--Part II
- Russell E. Tanguay, Jr., The Future of the U.S.-EU Agreement: A World of Open Skies?
- Stuart A. Hindman, The Air Carrier Access Act: It Is Time for an Overhaul
- Bin Li, Open China's Skies or Not?--From the Perspective of a Chinese Scholar
- Graeme B. Dinwoodie, Efficiently Reaching Airline Customers: Key Word Advertising and Trademark Law
- Bruce L. Ottley, Airport Full-Body Scanners: Improved Security or Cause for Concern?
Blog readers seeking more information on the journal can find it here.