Books or Treatises
Mark B. Taylor, Robert C. Thompson & Anita Ramasastry, Overcoming Obstacles to Justice: Improving Access to Judicial Remedies for Business Involvement in Grave Human Rights Abuses (Amnesty International and Fafo 2009). 34 pages.
Anita Ramasastry & Robert C. Thompson, Commerce, Crime and Conflict: Legal Remedies for Private Sector Liability for Grave Breaches of International Law (FAFO Institute of Applied International Studies 2006). 50 pages.
Rights of Access to the Media (András Sajó, Monroe E. Price & Anita Ramasastry eds., Kluwer Law International 1996). 303 pages.
Peer Reviewed Journals & Law Reviews
Anita Ramasastry, Is There a Right to Be Free from Corruption?, 49 UC Davis L. Rev. 703-39 (2015).
Anita Ramasastry, Corporate Social Responsibility Versus Business and Human Rights: Bridging the Gap Between Responsibility and Accountability, 14 J. Hum. Rts. 237-59 (2015).
Robert C. Thompson, Anita Ramasastry & Mark B. Taylor, Translating Unocal: The Expanding Web of Liability for Business Entities Implicated in International Crimes, 40 Geo. Wash. Int'l L. Rev. 841-902 (2009).
Anita Ramasastry, Confusion and Convergence in Consumer Payments: Is Coherence in Error Resolution Appropriate, 83 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 813-53 (2008).
Anita Ramasastry, Odious Debt or Odious Payments? Using Anti-Corruption Measures to Prevent Odious Debt, 32 N.C. J. Int'l. L. & Com. Reg. 819-39 (2007).
Anita Ramasastry, Lost in Translation? Data Mining, National Security and the Adverse Inference Problem, 22 Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L.J. 757-96 (2006).
Anita Ramasastry, Government-to-Citizen Online Dispute Resolution: A Preliminary Inquiry, 79 Wash. L. Rev. 159-74 (2004).
Anita Ramasastry, What Local Layers Think: A Retrospective on the EBRD's Legal Indicator Surveys, Law in Transition, Autumn 2002, at 14-30.
Anita Ramasastry, Corporate Complicity: From Nuremberg to Rangoon: An Examination of Forced Labor Cases and Their impact on the Liability of Multinational Corporation, 20 Berkeley J. Int'l L. 91-159 (2002).
Anita Ramasastry, State Escheat Statutes and Possible Treatment of Stored Value, Electronic Currency, and Other New Payment Mechanisms, 57 Bus. Law. 475- 95 (2001).
Walid Labadi, Anila Gramshi & Anita Ramasastry, A Favourable Concessions Regime: A Lender's Perspective and Perceptions from Transition Countries, Law in Transition, Spring 2001, at 20-29.
Anita Ramasastry & Stefka Slavova, How Local Perceptions of Pledge Law Compare with the Findings of the Regional Survey, Law in Transition, Autumn 2000, at 36.
Anita Ramasastry, Stefka Slavovo & Lieve Vandenhoeck, EBRD Legal Indicator Survey: Assessing Insolvency Laws after Ten Years of Transition, Law in Transition, Autumn 2000, at 34-43.
Anita Ramamastry, Stefka Slavova & David Bernstein, Market Perceptions of Corporate Governance--EBRD Survey Results, Law in Transition, Autumn 1999, at 33-39.
Anita Ramasastry & Stefka Slavova, Market Perceptions of Financial Law in the Region EBRD Survey Results, Law in Transition, Spring 1999, at 24-34.
Anita Ramasastry, Secrets and Lies? Swiss Banks and International Human Rights, 31 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 325-456 (1998).
Thomas C. Baxter, Jr. & Anita Ramasastry, The Importance of Being Honest--Lessons from an Era of Large-Scale Financial Fraud, 41 St. Louis U.L.J. 93-106 (1996).
Anita Ramasastry, The Parameters, Progressions, and Paradoxes of Baron Bramwell, 38 Am. J. Legal Hist. 322-73 (1994).
Anita Ramasastry, Recent Developments, Cinematic Sex and Censorship in Indian Film, 33 Harv. Int'l L.J. 205-22 (1992).
Sharon Bowden & Anita Ramasastry, Recent Developments, Arms Control--Superpower Relations in the New Europe, 31 Harv. Int'l L.J. 611-24 (1990).
Anita Ramasastry, Closing the Governance Gap in the Business and Human Rights Arena: Lessons from the Anti-Corruption Movement, in Human Rights Obligations of Business 162-90 (Surya Deva & David Bilchitz eds., Cambridge University Press 2013).
Anita Ramasastry, Odious Debt or Odious Payments? Using Anti-Corruption Measures to Prevent Odious Debt, in Rule of Law Promotion: Global Perspectives, Local Applications 359-77 (Per Berling, Jenny Ederlöf & Veronica L. Taylor eds., Iustus Förlag, 2009).
Anita Ramasastry, From Consumer to Person: Developing a Regulatory Framework for Non-bank E-Payments, in Consumer Protection in the age of the "Information Economy" 313-37 (Jane K. Winn ed., Ashgate 2006).
Anita Ramasastry, Nonbank Issuers of Electronic Money: Prudential Regulation in Comparative Perspective, in 4 Current Developments in Monetary and Financial Law 663-707 (International Monetary Fund 2005).
Anita Ramasastry, EBRD Legal Indicator Survey: Assessing Insolvency Laws after Ten Years of Transition, in The European Restructuring and Insolvency Guide 2002/2003, at 311-28 (White Page London 2002).
David Bernstein & Anita Ramasastry, Annex 2.1: Legal Transition Indicators, in Transition Report 2001: Energy in Transition 32-39 (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 2001).
David Bernstein & Anita Ramasastry, Annex 2.2: Legal Transition Indicators, in Transition Report 2000: Employment, Skills and Transition 33-40 (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 2000).
Arner, Ramasastry and Sanders, Legal Foundations for Sound Finance, Chapter Six of Transition Report 1998: Financial Sector in Transition 105-16(European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 1998).
Anita Ramasastry, Should Apps Map Illness Like We Map the Weather?, Verdict (July 1, 2015).
Anita Ramasastry, Personalized Pricing in the Air? Why Consumers Should Be Wary of a New Airline Pricing Proposal, Verdict (May 13, 2015).
Anita Ramasastry, Jane K. Winn & Peter Winn, Will Wi-Fi Make Your Private Network Public? Wardriving, Criminal and Civil Liability, and the Security Risks of Wireless Networks, Shidler J. L. Com. & Tech, Summer 2005.
Anita Ramasastry, Reporter and Author, prefatory note and commentary, Uniform Money Services Act, (National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, May 2000 and 2004 Revisions).
Anita Ramasastry, E-Money Regulation in the United States, Eur. Payment Sys. Observatory Newsl., Dec. 2001, at 55-57.
Business and International Crimes: Assessing the Liability of Business Entities for Grave Violations of International Law (Anita Ramasastry contrib., Fafo & International Peace Academy 2004). 41 pages
Paula Selis, Anita Ramasastry, Susan Kim & Cameron Smith, Consumer Privacy and Data Protection: Protecting Personal Information Through Commercial Best Practices (Feb. 2002, issued by the University of Washington School of Law's Shidler Center for Law, Commerce and Technology and the Washington Attorney General's High Technology Unit). 36 pages & appendices.
Anita Ramasastry, Reporter and primary drafter, Addressing Disputes in Electronic Commerce: Recommendations and Report of The American Bar Association's Task Force on Electronic Commerce and Alternative Dispute Resolution (May 2001).
Paula Selis, Anita Ramasastry & Charles S. Wright, Bidder Beware: Toward a Fraud-Free Marketplace--Best Practices for the Online Auction Industry (April 2001, issued by the University of Washington School of Law's Shidler Center for Law, Commerce and Technology and the Washington Attorney General's High Technology Unit). 58 pages.
Anita Ramasastry & Slavova, Legal Transition Indicators, in Transition Report 1999: Ten Years of Transition 43-50 (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 1999).
David Bernstein, Anita Ramasastry & Stefka Slavova, Annex 2.1: Legal Transition Indicators, in Transition Report 1998: Financial Sector in Transition 39-44 (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 1998).
McArdle, Pigott & Anita Ramasastry, Legal Indicators, in Transition Report 1997: Enterprise Performance and Growth 17-19 (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 1997).