I am a lawyer and political scientist interested in international relations. I currently teach at the University of Lausanne. My main research areas (on which I run separate blogs) are international (economic) law (with a special emphasis on Switzerland) and international legal developments relating to sexual orientation, gender identity and expression as well as sex characteristics (SOGIESC).
Happy to share that our “European Yearbook of International Economic Law 2017” had a total of 15235 chapter downloads since its online publication on Oct 18, 2017 … we hope this will encourage authors to submit proposals for our current call for ESIL 2021 !
As responsible national editor I am happy to announce that a case note on the Swiss Supreme Court’s “Al-Dulimi” case was published by Denise Wohlwend on ILDC (International Law in Domestic Courts) by OUP
ILDC 2962 (CH 2018)
Khalaf M Al-Dulimi v Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research, Revision of final appeal judgment, 2F_23/2016, partly published as BGE 144 I 214; ILDC 2962 (CH 2018); 31 May 2018
“The Future of Dispute Settlement in International Economic Law” ( OPEN CALL FOR ABSTRACTS – EYIEL 2021)
The editors of the European Yearbook of International Economic Law (EYIEL) welcome abstracts from scholars and practitioners at all stages of their career for the focus section of the EYIEL 2021. This year’s focus will be on “The Future of Dispute Settlement in International Economic Law” given that new forms of dispute settlement are emerging, whereas others are in deep crisis.
Abstracts may cover any topic relating to dispute settlement in the field of international economic law, though preference is given to topics focusing on the perspective from public international or EU law. We particularly welcome contributions addressing the following aspects:
– WTO Appellate Body Crisis/Multi-Party Interim Appeal Arbitration Arrangement/WTO Dispute Settlement Reform Options, – ISDS Reform/Investment Court System/Multilateral Investment Court, – ITLOS and UNCLOS Dispute Settlement System and their relevance for economic relations, – Private International Law and Dispute Resolution, – Online Dispute Resolution, – Alternative Dispute Resolution, – or other issues in the field of dispute resolution in a broader context, e.g. on current trade and/or investment agreements (bilateral or regional), international patent or copyright disputes etc.
Abstracts should not exceed 500 words. They should be concise and clearly outline the significance of the proposed contribution. Abstracts may be submitted until 31 October 2020 via e-mail to email@example.com.
Successful applicants will be notified by 15 November 2020 that their proposal has been accepted. They are expected to send in their final contribution by 31 January 2021. Final submissions will undergo peer review prior to publication. Given that submissions have been developed on the basis of an accepted proposal, that review will focus on the development of the paper’s central argument. Submissions addressing particular regional and institutional developments should be analytical and not descriptive. Due to its character as a yearbook, EYIEL will not publish articles which will lose their relevance quickly. Submissions should not exceed 12,000 words (including footnotes and references), though preference may be given to shorter submissions. They should include an abstract and a biographical note. Submissions need to be in conformity with the EYIEL style guidelines.
The editors of the EYIEL welcome informal enquiries about any other relevant topic in the field of international and European economic law. In case you have an idea or proposal, please submit your enquiry via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Great new volume in the series I co-edit: “EYIEL special issue: Fach Gómez, Gourgourinis, & Titi: International Investment Law and Competition Law”
Katia Fach Gómez (Univ. of Zaragoza – Law), Anastasios Gourgourinis (National and Kapodistrian Univ. of Athens – Athens Public International Law Center), & Catharine Titi (Centre national de la recherche scientifique; Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas) have published International Investment Law and Competition Law (Springer 2020). The table of contents is here. Here’s the abstract:
This EYIEL special issue examines the interaction between international investment law and competition law. Although issues related to both international investment law and competition law arise regularly in international legal practice and are examined together, scholarly analysis largely treats them as parallel universes. As a result their actual and potential overlap has yet to be sufficiently explored. In this light, International Investment Law and Competition Law discusses a variety of topics at the intersection of investment and competition, including the interaction between competition-related provisions and investment protection standards in free trade agreements; investors’ anti-competitive behaviour and illegal investments; state aid schemes and foreign investors’ legitimate expectations; EU member States’ compliance with investment awards as (illegal) state aid under EU law; State-owned enterprises and competitive neutrality; and interactions between public procurement, investment and competition law.
Happy to see the new 4th edition on our treaty collection (in French) that we use to teach the legal skills we consider important to make international law a useful tool for our students in Switzerland: Traités internationaux (et droit des relations extérieures de la Suisse)!
Ce recueil a pour but de rendre aisément accessibles les textes les plus importants pour la pratique du droit international public en vigueur dans les pays francophones, notamment en Suisse. Il comprend aussi bien les textes majeurs de droit international
public général que différents textes de droit international public spécial notamment dans les domaines du droit international des droits de l’homme, du droit international économique, du droit international de l’environnement, du droit du désarmement et de la sécurité internationale et du droit international humanitaire, ainsi que des éléments de droit suisse pertinent pour la mise en oeuvre du droit international public dans l’ordre juridique interne. Cette sélection de textes fait du recueil le compagnon idéal tant d’un cours d’introduction au droit international public que de cours plus spécialisés. Compact et d’utilisation facile, le recueil est un ouvrage de référence qui ne devrait manquer sur le bureau d’aucun juriste amené à appliquer le droit international public.
Happy to announce a new publications with my esteemed colleague Dr Martina Magnarelli: Irreconcilable perspectives like in an Escher’s drawing? Extension of an arbitration agreement to a non-signatory state and attribution of state entities’ conduct: privity of contract in Swiss and investment arbitral tribunals’ case law
Irreconcilable perspectives like in an Escher’s drawing? Extension of an arbitration agreement to a non-signatory state and attribution of state entities’ conduct: privity of contract in Swiss and investment arbitral tribunals’ case law, Magnarelli Martina and Ziegler Andreas R, 2020/08/13. Arbitration International. Peer-reviewed.
“European Union and its neighbours in a globalized world” – a new series in whose advisory abroad I sit has published its first volume…and I was able to contribute a chapter on “The European Union as a Protector and Promoter of Equality: Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity”
We are happy to announce that the first volume of our new series “European Union and its neighbours in a globalized world” with the title “The European Union as Protector and Promoter of Equality” edited by Thomas Giegerich was published last month. Other publications are envisaged for the end of the year, beginning of 2021. You will receive in the upcoming weeks the first volume by mail.
We would be very thankful if you spread the word about the series among your contacts and promote the series as a possibility to publish interesting edited volumes and monographs. Moreover, in case you plan an own book project, please consider to get it published in our series. For more information please find attached the product flyer or contact either me or Manuela Schwietzer from Springer Publication House (email@example.com).