Intimately involved with the GATT proceedings himself, Judge Pescatore has compiled a complete repertory of the GATT Dispute Settlement in this loose-leaf publication. He has established a system of Key Words providing, for the first time, a logical relationship between the reasoning of the panels and the pertinent articles and clauses of the General Agreement. The repertory presents the decisions with key words, summary, conclusion, and remarks. Professors Davey and Lowenfeld have written complete introductions on the principles of GATT, its dispute settlement system, and the lessons to be drawn from the GATT dispute settlement process and/or the contrast between GATT dispute settlement and commercial arbitration. In addition, the manual contains partial texts of panel reports, thus providing an extremely useful organisational format for research. "Handbook of GATT (WTO) Dispute Settlement is the only comprehensive reference source and analysis of the GATT Dispute Settlement Reports.