Volume 30, Issue 3

Articles Presented at the Spring 2012 Wisconsin International Law Journal Symposium
The Evolution of Brazilian Regulation of Ethanol and Possible Lessons for the United States by David N. Cassuto and Carolina Gueiros
Prioritizing Innovation by Sarah Tran
The Brazilian Experience in Building a Sustainable and Competitive Biofuel Industry by Paulina Calfucoy
Small is (Still) Beautiful: Designing U.S. Energy Policies to Increase Localized Renewable Energy Generation by Melissa Powers
Why the IFC’s Free, Prior, and Informed Consent Policy Does Not Matter (Yet) to Indigenous Communities Affected by Development Projects by Sharlanda H. Baker
Domestic Political Legitimacy of Tax Reform in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Turkey by Leyla Ates