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Publications

Our NeF DeF researchers have published on the various aspects relating to the architecture of international development finance. Their related work can be found here.

Development Finance Institutions (DFIS) and Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs)

Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations and International Financial Institutions

de Moerloose, Stéphanie, Erdem Türkelli, Gamze and Curtis, Joshua (2021), ‘Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations and International Financial Institutions’, in Gibney Mark, Türkelli Gamze, Krajewski, Markus and Vandenhole Wouter.

Multistakeholder Partnerships for Development and the Financialization of Development Assistance

Erdem Türkelli, Gamze (2022), ‘Multistakeholder Partnerships for Development and the Financialization of Development Assistance’, Development and Change, Vol 53, No 1. Open Access.

Transnational Multistakeholder Partnerships as Vessels to Finance Development: Navigating the Accountability Waters

Erdem Türkelli, Gamze (2022), ‘Transnational Multistakeholder Partnerships as Vessels to Finance Development: Navigating the Accountability Waters', Global Policy, Vol 12, No 2. Open Access.

The Best of Both Worlds or the Worst of Both Worlds? Multilateral Development Banks, Immunities and Accountability to Rights-Holders

Erdem Türkelli, Gamze (2020), ‘The Best of Both Worlds or the Worst of Both Worlds? Multilateral Development Banks, Immunities and Accountability to Rights-Holders’, Hague Journal of the Rule of Law, Vol 12, No 2. Open Access.

Human Capital, Risk and the World Bank's Reintermediation in Global Development

Hunter, Benjamin M and Shaffer, Jonathan D (2021), Human Capital, Risk and the World Bank’s Reintermediation in Global Development. Third World Quarterly, Vol 41, No 1. Open Access.

A Managerial Approach for the Coherent Development of Sustainable Development Law: The Kenya Electricity Expansion Project before the World Bank and the European Investment Bank’s International Accountability Mechanisms

Mbengue, Makane Moïse and de Moerloose, Stéphanie (2018), ‘A Managerial Approach for the Coherent Development of Sustainable Development Law: The Kenya Electricity Expansion Project before the World Bank and the European Investment Bank’s International Accountability Mechanisms’ (Un enfoque gerencial para el desarrollo coherente del derecho del desarrollo sostenible), Revista Jurídica Piélagus Vol 17, No 2 [English version available on SSRN: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3537867]

Multilateral Development Banks and Sustainable Development: On Emulation, Fragmentation and a Common Law of Sustainable Development

Mbengue, Makane Moïse and de Moerloose, Stéphanie (2017), ‘Multilateral Development Banks and Sustainable Development: On Emulation, Fragmentation and a Common Law of Sustainable Development', Law and Development Review Vol 10, No 2.

Quasi-Judicial Dialogue for the Coherent Development of International Law

Mbengue, Makane Moïse and de Moerloose, Stéphanie (2016), ‘Quasi-Judicial Dialogue for the Coherent Development of International Law’, EJIL:Talk!, 9 November 2016.

Risky Business: Political Risk Insurance and the Law and Governance of Natural Resources

Tan, Celine (2015), ‘Risky Business: Political Risk Insurance and the Law and Governance of Natural Resources’, International Journal of Law in Context, Vol 11, No 2.

Climate and Sustainability Finance

EU April 2021 Package on Sustainable Finance: Green Stewardship or ‘Chronicles of a Death Foretold’?

Davitti, Daria and Kiliç, Arinç (2021), ‘EU April 2021 Package on Sustainable Finance: Green Stewardship or ‘Chronicles of a Death Foretold’?’, Nova Centre on Business, Human Rights and the Environment Blog, 26 July 2021.

Private Investments, Public Goods: Regulating Markets for Sustainable Development

Tan, Celine (2022), ‘Private Investments, Public Goods: Regulating Markets for Sustainable Development’, European Business Organization Law Review, Vol 23, No 1. Open Access.

Audit as Accountability: Technical Authority and Expertise in the Governance of Private Financing for Development

Tan, Celine (2021), ‘Audit as Accountability: Technical Authority and Expertise in the Governance of Private Financing for Development’, Social and Legal Studies, Vol 31, No 1. Open Access.

Philanthropic and Social Finance

Neoliberalisation Enacted through Development Aid: The Case of Health Vouchers in India

Hunter, Benjamin M, Bisht, Ramila and Murray, Susan F (2022), ‘Neoliberalisation Enacted through Development Aid: The Case of Health Vouchers in India’, Critical Public Health, Vol 32, No 2.

Sustainable Humanitarianism? Refugee Finance and the Financialization of International Protection

Davitti, Daria (2022), 'Refugee Finance and the Financialization of International Protection', Symposium on Reconceptualizing International Economic Law for Migration: Transdisciplinary and Regional Perspectives, convened by Oreva Olakpe and Amaka Vanni, Afronomicslaw, 17 February 2022.

On Intellectual Property Rights, Access to Medicines and Vaccine Imperialism

Vanni, Amaka (2021), ‘On Intellectual Property Rights, Access to Medicines and Vaccine Imperialism’, 23 April 2021, TWAIL review, 23 March 2021.

Deconstructing the Financialization of Healthcare&rsquo;, <em>development and Change

Hunter, Benjamin M and Murray, Susan F (2019), ‘Deconstructing the Financialization of Healthcare’, Development and Change, Vol 50, No 5.

Private Finance and Debt Sustainability

Submission of Evidence to the House of Commons International Development Committee for the Inquiry into Debt Relief in Low-Income Countries, Examining the Impact of High Levels of Debt on Development and the Tools and Strategies Employed to Reduce the Debt Burden

Connelly, Stephen, and Tan, Celine ‘Submission of Evidence to the House of Commons International Development Committee for the Inquiry into Debt Relief in Low-Income Countries, Examining the Impact of High Levels of Debt on Development and the Tools and Strategies Employed to Reduce the Debt Burden’, 22 June 2022.

Another Lost Decade?

Patricio Ferreira Lima, Karina (2020), ‘Another Lost Decade?’, Phenomenal World, 15 August 2020.

Reforming the International Monetary Fund&rsquo;s Debt Sustainability Assessments towards Achieving the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): A Crucial Post-Pandemic Recovery Agenda

Patricio Ferreira Lima, Karina (2021), ‘Reforming the International Monetary Fund’s Debt Sustainability Assessments towards Achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): A Crucial Post-Pandemic Recovery Agenda’, African Journal of International Economic Law, Vol 2. Open Access.

Reframing the Debate the Debt Relief Initiative and New Normative Values in the Governance of Third World Debt

Tan, Celine (2014) ‘Reframing the Debate the Debt Relief Initiative and New Normative Values in the Governance of Third World Debt’, International Journal of Law in Context, Vol 10, No 2.

International Development Finance Architecture

OECD National Contact Points as Sites of Effective Remedy: New Expressions of the Role and Rule of Law within Market Globalization?

Bhatt, Kinnari and Erdem Turkelli, Gamze (2021), ‘OECD National Contact Points as Sites of Effective Remedy: New Expressions of the Role and Rule of Law within Market Globalization?’, Business and Human Rights Journal, Vol 6, No 3. Open Access.

Introduction: The Rule of Law in Transnational Development Projects: Private Actors and Public Chokeholds

Bhatt, Kinnari and Lander, Jennifer (2021), ‘Introduction: The Rule of Law in Transnational Development Projects: Private Actors and Public Chokeholds’, International Journal of Law in Context, Vol 17, No 1. Open Access.

Concessionaires, Financiers and Communities: Implementing Indigenous Peoples' Rights to Land in Transnational Development Projects

Bhatt, Kinnari (2020), Concessionaires, Financiers and Communities: Implementing Indigenous Peoples' Rights to Land in Transnational Development Projects, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Big Finance and Big Sustainable Development: Catalysing Overseas Development Aid through the Private Sector

Bhatt, Kinnari (2020), ‘Big Finance and Big Sustainable Development: Catalysing Overseas Development Aid through the Private Sector’, 24 March 2020, fifteeneightyfour Blog.

Private Actors in Development Projects: Reflections on Human Rights between Power and Resistance

Erdem Turkelli, Gamze (2021), ‘Private Actors in Development Projects: Reflections on Human Rights between Power and Resistance’, International Journal of Law in Context, Vol 17, No 1.

Shifting Sands: Interrogating the Problematic Relationship Between International Public Finance And International Financial Regulation

Tan, Celine (2016), ‘Shifting Sands: Interrogating the Problematic Relationship Between International Public Finance And International Financial Regulation’ (2016), in Bungenberg, Marc, Christoph Hermann, Markus Krajewski and Jörg Philipp Terhechte (eds), European Yearbook of International Economic Law 2016: Critical Perspectives of International Economic Law, Volume 7, pp 343-375.