International Trade and Investment Law
The International Trade and Investment Law Working Group has been founded by EUI researchers under the direction of Professor Petros Mavroidis with the aim of providing a forum for the discussion of contemporary issues of International Trade and International Investment Law.
In order to facilitate the need of this goal, the Working Groups will convene in twice-a-month meetings where researchers and experts in the field will have the opportunity to discuss and exchange views on the issues in question while workshops and conferences will be organised throughout the year.
While the research area that this Working Group is due to cover is vast, we would like to cite an indicative list of the issues that we may address this year.
These include but are not limited to the Settlement of Disputes in both the WTO and International Investment as well as their comparison, the status of non-market economies and their organs (e.g. Sovereign Wealth Funds) in WTO and Investment Law, litigation and procedural issues with a particular emphasis on the jurisdictional conflicts between tribunals, energy law and its interaction with both regimes, the law and economics of the WTO and Investment Law dispute settlement mechanisms.
We would like to cordially invite you to contact us if you are interested in joining the Working Group and/or if you would like to present your research within its framework.
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