The IEL Collective
At a time when academic institutions and disciplines are challenging the lack of pluralism and representation, in terms of gender, race, geographical locations and epistemologies in general, there is a need to reframe the lens through which conventional international economic law is produced, epistemically and operationally.
There is an imperative to contextualise and historicise the scholarship on IEL and render visible the otherwise marginalised perspectives, particularly those which speak to precarity, vulnerability and inequality in the global economic order.Further information on the IEL collective.
Our aimsThe IEL Collective aims to:
- provide a space for critical reflection on these complex interactions in the growing field of international economic law.
- explore how epistemological and methodological diversity in the discipline can contribute towards the development of a more holistic landscape of scholarship on law and the governance of the global economy.
- stimulate conversations about plurality, representation and criticality in researching, teaching and practising international economic law and spark new conversations about the future of the discipline.
Partners and People
- Centre for Law, Regulation and Governance of the Global Economy (GLOBE), School of Law University of Warwick
- School of Law, University of Bristol
- School of Law, University of Essex
- Liverpool Economic Governance Unit (LEGU), School of Law, University of Liverpool
- Human Rights Law Centre, School of Law, University of Nottingham
- Cardiff Law and Global Justice, University of Cardiff
Links and Resources
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