The Max Planck Commentaries on World Trade Law explain the whole range of world trade law in seven individual article-by-article type commentaries. While the first volume (WTO - World Economic Order, World Trade Law) serves as a nutshell-type introduction to the WTO, the remaining six volumes focus on specific aspects of WTO law. The second volume (WTO - Institutions and Dispute Settlement) brings together the WTO institutional fundamentals and the whole dispute settlement. The third volume (WTO - Technical Barriers and SPS Measures) deals with the most controversial provisions on technical standards, protection of health and environment. The fourth volume (WTO - Trade Remedies) is devoted to the very specific area of antidumping, subsidies and safeguards. The fifth volume (WTO - Trade in Goods) comments on the substantial trade in good rules of the GATT/WTO. Eventually, the sixth and seventh volume (WTO - Trade in Services and WTO - Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) deal with intellectual property rights and trade in services rules respectively.