International Economic Law
This book is a great opportunity to swim in a new ocean. Few authors and scholars can combine, with elegance, efficiency and intellectual strength, a very attractive analysis of the influence of a political phenomenon (populism) and a technical/legal/ microeconomic field as the Competition Law.
The Canadian Yearbook of International Law, Canada’s leading peer-reviewed international legal journal, will host a Young Scholar’s Workshop on November 1, 2023 in partnership with the International Law Group of the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law.
The African International Economic Law Network (AfIELN) is pleased to share the Draft Program of its 6th Biennial Conference with the theme "International Economic Law in an Era of Multiple Crises: Opportunities and Challenges for Africa.
The African International Economic Law Network (AfIELN) will hold its 6th Biennial Conference, which will be hosted by the Faculty of Law of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). This will take place in Accra, Ghana from 21 to 24 June 2023. As a build-up to that event, the AfIELN is pleased to invite all African early career scholars to a career webinar.
The book 'Africa in the New Trade Environment; Market Access in Troubled Times' is a collection of articles edited by World Bank renowned economists; Souleymane Coulibaly, Woubet Kassa, and Albert G. Zeufack. The work builds on the expert panel discussions on the future of global trade and its impact on Africa, the theme explored at the World Bank Africa Knowledge Fest on February 22, 2017. The authors make it clear that their goal is ‘to present a strategy to bolster Sub-Saharan Africa’s market access in the current global environment’.
The symposium brings together diverse perspectives and voices on justice and climate change to articulate a vision for just and effective climate policies using the EGD as a case study. The symposium will be published on the Afronomicslaw.org and the Sustainable Global Environmental Law (University of Amsterdam) websites.Interested participants should send an email notification about their intention to submit a contribution by January 23, 2023.
We hope the papers in this symposium will contribute to the ongoing efforts worldwide to achieve epistemological and methodological diversity in the IEL discipline. As a new Forum, we aim to remain flexible, experimental and responsive to the changing landscape in IEL. We will like to take this opportunity to thank the academics who have supported the Academic Forum over the last two years. We hope we can continue to count on your support as we devise robust and practical ways to decolonise and pluralise IEL research, scholarship and practice as a counterpoint to the dominant Western-centric IEL imagination.
The Academic Forum is an inclusive and accessible forum that brings together undergraduate and graduate students as well as early career researchers from across the world interested in international economic law issues as they relate to Africa and the Global South. Its goals are to encourage and build core research skills in teaching, research, theory, methods and writing; developing content for Afronomicslaw.org and where possible to encourage authors to submit to the African Journal of International Economic Law; holding workshops and masterclasses on core research skills in teaching, research, theory, methods and writing; and organizing annual poster/essay competitions on international economic law issues.