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  Name Description Keywords
PDF document Alessandrini VALUE CHAIN TRADE, DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL REPRODUCTION Donatella Alessandrini
PDF document Azinge GLOBAL ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING AND COUNTER-TERRORIST FINANCING FRAMEWORK: LOCAL REALITIES Nkechikwu Valerie Azinge
PDF document Baars THE CORPORATION IN COLONIAL AND DECOLONIAL PERSPECTIVES Grietje Baars
PDF document Bernadino GOING BY THE BOOK: WHAT INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAWYERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO KNOW Ana Luísa Bernardino
PDF document Buchanan WHO SPEAKS FOR THE BEACH?: INVESTMENT, EXTRACTION AND COMMUNITY IN “LOCAL HERO” Ruth Buchanan
PDF document Chijoke-Oforji MAINSTREAMING GENDER RIGHTS THROUGH FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS: THE PROMISES OF CANADA’S PROGRESSIVE AND FEMINIST INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY Chijioke Chijioke-Oforji
PDF document Cirkovic GLOBAL COMMERCE, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND OUTER SPACE Elena Cirkovic
PDF document Connelly THE GROWTH OF BANK-SOVEREIGN BILATERAL FINANCE: A CASE FOR REFORM TO COMBAT FINANCIAL COMPLICITY Stephen Connelly
PDF document Cotula LAW AND POLITICAL ECONOMY OF GLOBAL COMMODITY RUSHES: METHODOLOGICAL QUESTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW Lorenzo Cotula
PDF document De Moerloose PRIVATE SECTOR AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: CAN IFC SELF-REGULATE ITS “FROM BILLIONS TO TRILLIONS” AGENDA? Stéphanie de Moerloose
PDF document Dhanania ROLE OF KNOWLEDGE PRODUCERS IN INVESTMENT ARBITRATION: A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS Kusum Dhanania
PDF document Erdem Turkelli FINANCING DEVELOPMENT AND THE PROMISE OF (MULTI-STAKEHOLDER) PARTNERSHIPS Gamze Erdem Türkelli
PDF document Fakhri WRITING AN ECONOMIC HISTORY AND THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Michael Fakhri
PDF document Ferreira Lima MONETARY SOVEREIGNTY AND SOVEREIGN DEBT RESTRUCTURING: A LAW AND POLITICAL ECONOMY APPROACH TO IEL Karina Patricio Ferreira Lima
PDF document Frame ONE LAW FOR RBS, ANOTHER FOR ITS SME CUSTOMERS Iain Frame
PDF document Fyock INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW AS A MEANS OF ‘DEVELOPMENT’: CONSTRAINING NARRATIVES ON DEVELOPING STATES Claiton Fyock
PDF document Guntrip POSITIONING TO BRING ABOUT CHANGE IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW - THE ROLE OF RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES Edward Guntrip
PDF document Harrison REFORM DEBATES IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT LAW: RETHINKING RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CORPORATION James Harrison
PDF document Ho EPISTEMOLOGICAL BLINDSPOTS IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW Jean Ho
PDF document Ido THE HIDDEN DIMENSION OF INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY HEGEMONY: GLOBAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND LOCAL ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES Vitor Henrique Pinto Ido
PDF document Jokubauskaite and Rossati A TRAGEDY OF JURIDIFICATION IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Giedre Jokubauskaite, David Rossati
PDF document Jones RISK AND REPUTATION: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF BANK REGULATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Emily Jones
PDF document La Chimia DEVELOPMENT AID AND THE HYPOCRISY OF THE WTO FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS Annamaria La Chimia
PDF document Lander SHIFTING STATES: THE CONSTITUTIONAL RISKS OF EXTRACTIVE DEVELOPMENT Jennifer Lander
PDF document Latif INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW AND THE CHALLENGES IN IMPOSING THE DIGITAL TAX IN DEVELOPING AFRICAN COUNTRIES Lyla Latif
PDF document Lesniewska SEEING BEYOND REPACKAGED ‘RUBBISH LAWS’: CONCEPTUAL CHALLENGES TO DESIGNING CIRCULAR ECONOMY LAWS Feja Lesniewska
PDF document Luque USING THE DUTY TO REGULATE PARADIGM IN THE IIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS DEBATE– A NORMATIVE INSTRUMENT TO FOSTER INTER-DISCIPLINARITY IN THE RESEARCH OF IEL Maria Jose Luque Macias
PDF document Mackova OF TIES AND STRINGS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS AT THE SEMI-PERIPHERY OF CENTRAL EUROPE Darina Macková
PDF document Morosini and Leichtweis CELSO MELLO: THE FORGOTTEN BRAZILIAN TWAILer Fabio Morosini, Matheus Leichtweis
PDF document Mouan INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND THE PROMOTION OF ‘GOOD’ RESOURCE GOVERNANCE IN AFRICA: INSIGHTS FROM ANGOLA, 1987-2016 Liliane Mouan
PDF document Natile THE DIGITAL TURN IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW: IS A POLITICS OF REDISTRIBUTION POSSIBLE? Serena Natile
PDF document Naude THE PRACTICE OF INDEPENDENT ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS AT DEVELOPMENT BANKS: TOOLS FOR STUDYING DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN CONTEXT Andria Naudé Fourie
PDF document Okonjo IMPLICATIONS OF EMERGENT INTERSECTIONS OF LAW, ECONOMICS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW EPISTEMOLOGIES Jeremmy Okonjo
PDF document Omiunu ‘SOCIAL DIALOGUE’ AND THE NEGOTIATION PROCESS FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AGREEMENTS IN THE 21ST CENTURY Ohiocheoya (Ohio) Omiunu
PDF document Oyakhire INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW AND LEGAL EDUCATION IN NIGERIA Suzzie Onyeka Oyakhire
PDF document Perrone MEMO FOR TIMES OF PRECARITY: BEYOND NEO-NATIONALISM AND MORE OF THE SAME GLOBALISATION Nicolás M. Perrone
PDF document Perry-Kessaris MAKING SOCIAL AND LEGAL PLURALITY VISIBLE LESSONS FROM AND FOR CYPRUS Amanda Perry-Kessaris
PDF document Picciotto LAWYERS AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATE CAPITALISM Sol Picciotto
PDF document Quintero CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENT ARBITRATION THROUGH THE LENS OF SYSTEMS THEORY Rafael Quintero Godínez
PDF document Rahaman GLOBAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS REGIME, ‘DISCIPLINARY NORMATIVE ORDER’ AND EMERGENT SUBJECTIVITY Mizanur Rahaman
PDF document Richford DIFFERENTIATION AND FRAGMENTATION: THINKING ABOUT INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AS NORMATIVITY GENERATORS Athene Richford
PDF document Schneiderman THE COLONIALITY OF INVESTMENT LAW David Schneiderman
PDF document Schwobel-Patel UNLOCKING INTERDISCIPLINARY INTERSECTIONS OF NEOLIBERALISM – LINKS BETWEEN THE WTO AND THE ICC Christine Schwöbel-Patel
PDF document Sekalala HUMAN RIGHTS AT THE FRONTLINE? MAPPING THE HARMS TO CAREGIVERS DURING GLOBAL HEALTH EMERGENCIES Sharifah Sekalala
PDF document Shah INDIGENOUS WOMEN VS THE CORPORATION Sahar Shah
PDF document Sierra-Camargo THE COLONIALITY OF THE COLOMBIA CASE BEFORE THE ISDS AND THE DISPUTES OVER NATURAL RESOURCES Jimena Sierra-Camargo
PDF document Simo MULTILATERALISM IN DECAY AND AFRICAN CONTINENTAL ECONOMIC INTEGRATION: QUESTIONING THE RELIANCE ON VARIABLE GEOMETRY AND DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT Regis Simo
PDF document Snape FISCAL JURISDICTION: WHAT YOU ARE, YOU ARE ONLY BY TREATIES John Snape
PDF document Stingl THE EMERGING BIOEONOMY IN INTERNATIONAL AND TRANSNATIONAL LAW Alexander I. Stingl
PDF document Stoppioni A CRITICAL DISCOURSE THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ADJUDICATION: A GRAMSCIAN PERSPECTIVE Edoardo Stoppioni
PDF document Suarez Ricaurte PUBLIC INTEREST CAPTURED BY FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN COLOMBIA Federico Suárez Ricaurte
PDF document Trunk-Fedorova INTERNATIONAL LAW NORMS IN THE EURASIAN ECONOMIC UNION Marina Trunk-Fedorova
PDF document Vanni PATENT GAMES IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH: PHARMACEUTICAL PATENT LAW-MAKING IN BRAZIL, INDIA AND NIGERIA Amaka Vanni
PDF document Vargiu STAKEHOLDERS OF INVESTMENT ARBITRATION: ESTABLISHING A DIALOGUE AMONG ARBITRATORS, ACADEMICS AND OTHER ACTORS IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW Paolo Vargiu
PDF document Vieira HUMAN RIGHTS IN DISPUTE: CORPORATIONS AND LATIN AMERICA Flávia do Amaral Vieira
PDF document Williams 'DOING AND KNOWING' IEL THROUGH THE LENS OF CARIBBEAN, RASTAFARIAN AND INDIGENOUS PHILOSOPHY Yentyl Williams
PDF document Windsor STAGING INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW FROM BELOW: ON LYNN NOTTAGE’S SWEAT Matthew Windsor
PDF document Wu A NEW POLITICS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT Aaron Wu
PDF document Zhang THE UNSETTLED PURSUIT FOR DEVELOPMENT: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND MACROECONOMICS Kangle Zhang