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Session 2 (a): Questioning International Investment Law: Coloniality, Development, Human Rights

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Location: S.011, Social Sciences Building

International Investment Law as a Means of 'Development' Constraining Narratives on Developing States

Claiton Fyock, School of Law, University of Leicester

Positioning to Bring about Change in International Investment Law: The Role of Research Methodologies

Edward Guntrip, School of Law, University of Sussex

Using the Duty to Regulate Paradigm in the International Investment Law and Human Rights Debate: A Normative Instrument to Foster Inter-Disciplinarity in the Research of IEL

Maria Jose Luque Macias, Public Law and Public International Law Department, Law School, FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg

The Coloniality of Investment Law

David Schneiderman, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, Stockholm University and Gothenburg University

Chair: Mavluda Sattorova, School of Law, University of Liverpool

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