She is the author of The Age of Youth in Argentina: Valeria Manzano is currently completing two projects: She is currently working on three research projects funded by the NCCR trade regulation on the diffusion of liberalising commitments in preferential trade agreements, on legal indicators of the level of enforcement of preferential trade agreements, and on the regulation of South-South labour migration outside of preferential trade agreements.
Charlotte Sieber-Gasser also works on legal issues related to the implications of TTIP and other mega-regionals for third countries. Charlotte Sieber-Gasser completed her PhD in at the World Trade Institute of the University of Bern in Switzerland on preferential services trade agreements between developing countries. Charlotte Sieber-Gasser recently taught trade regulation, trade law and development, and European law at the universities of Bern and St. Gallen and is a supervisor for master theses at the World Trade Institute in Bern.
He was first elected to the Portuguese parliament in and was re-elected six times thereafter. In he was elected President of the PSD and re-elected three times. As State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation he played a key role as mediator of the peace accords for Angola in Bicesse Estoril, Portugal in , and as Minister for Foreign Affairs he launched the talks with the Indonesian Minister of Foreign Affairs, under the auspices of the Secretary General of the United Nations, that ultimately led to the independence of East Timor.
He remained in office until July when he was nominated by the European Council and elected by the European Parliament to the post of President of the European Commission. In June the European Council unanimously nominated him for a second term as President of the European Commission, and he was re-elected by an absolute majority in the European Parliament in September In , she was awarded a doctorate in Law from Pompeu Fabra University. Neus Torbisco Casals is interested in legal and political philosophy generally, as well as in constitutional theory, human rights and gender and migration studies.
Her research focuses mainly on issues relating to cultural diversity and minority rights, gender equality, immigration and democratic theory, as well as on the foundations of human rights. In each area, she concentrates on the ways in which legal and political orderings engage with diversity with the aim of sustaining mutual cooperation and fairness. Neus Torbisco Casals has published several articles and chapters on these topics and has presented papers at conferences in Europe and America.
She is the author of Group Rights as Human Rights: Aliki is a research and project assistant at the Global Health Programme. She is supporting and assisting in different aspects of the work of the GHP and is helping with the preparation of the courses and events. An article on the legal effects on this new generation of international agreements has been published in the Common Market Law review Her particular areas of research interests include the role of law in contemporary armed conflicts, and the ways to safeguard the human rights of conflict-affected populations, including in terms of health care provision and broader human rights empowerment.
Dr Luna Iacopini is a lecturer at the Graduate Institute. As an education specialist, she works on educational choices, higher education and TVET issues, with a special focus on international student mobility, educational inequalities, and the impacts of internationalisation and privatisation in Vietnam, Southeast Asia and Switzerland. He teaches and writes in the areas of international law, foreign relations law, and international antitrust. Cases, Materials and Simulations 4th ed. He has served as the Counselor on International Law at the U.
The project, which involves coding parliamentary speeches to look for overlaps in reasoning on national security versus other issues, uses those overlaps as evidence of the growth of the "garrison state" in some seven democratic countries over a year time period. A Comparative Look at New Zealand and France —examined the arguments parliamentarians in New Zealand and France put forth in support of or against proposed welfare reforms over 40 years. Through the detailed analysis of over 1, speeches in the two countries, she has developed rigorous techniques for coding legislative speeches, techniques which she is currently applying to the research underway on the Garrison State Project.
In addition to her work on parliamentary debates, Dr. Thornton works in the subfield of political psychology: During the academic year, he was a Lecturer in the Department of Political Science at the University of Michigan. Over the years, Dr Backer has taught undergraduate courses in comparative politics, African politics, comparative democratization, conflict and development, human rights, and transitional justice, plus facilitated capacity-building programs for members of civil society in various post-conflict settings.
His specialty is comparative analysis of the choice and impact of transitional justice measures, reflected in studies of the responses of victims of conflict in Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone as Director of the West Africa Transitional Justice Project , as well as separately in South Africa and Kenya. Other notable research examines topics such as political violence and instability, ethnic conflict, urban crime, development aid, elite dynamics in closed regimes, nongovernmental organizations in authoritarian settings, elections and party systems.
He is the author of After Empires. He has written and managed research projects on the the international politics of energy and natural resources. He is working on his next book provisionally entitled OPEC: A History of Oil. Dawn Chatty was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in She is a social anthropologist with long experience in the Middle East as a university teacher, development practitioner, and advocate for indigenous rights.
She is currently working on a book manuscript provisionally entitled Syria: The Making and Unmaking of a Refuge State. His research focuses on international trade with focus on services trade and international migration. Prior to coordinating research at the Gender Centre, she was Associated Researcher with the Small Arms Survey, where her research and publications focused on international measures on arms control the Arms Trade Treaty, UN Programme of Action, International Tracing Instrument, and UN sanctions , the authorized global trade in small arms and light weapons, and the proliferation of guided missiles to armed groups.
He is the Director of the Ph. His short-term and visiting positions include: His research interests are in public debt economics, development finance and monetary policy, with a special focus on debt management, and cover various topics from yield spread analysis to debt crises and debt relief. Alessandro Missale has a distinguished publication record in scientific economic journals and has written the book "Public Debt Management" for Oxford University Press. He coordinated and collaborated to research projects of the European Parliament, the European Commission and the World Bank.
Most recently, he was the Chief Economist of the Internet Society. Prior to joining the Internet Society in August , Michael Kender was a partner at Analysys Mason, a global consulting firm focused on telecommunications and media. He was head of the Policy and Regulatory sector, head of the U. He has done a significant amount of work on promoting Internet development in emerging regions around the world.
He is also working on the economics of cybersecurity, as a means to reduce data breaches and increase trust in the Internet. He has a Ph. He was also the Director of Internet Policy Analysis at the US Federal Communications Commission, where he was responsible for managing a wide range of policy analyses and regulatory decisions. He is a co-author with Stephen Holmes of a forthcoming book on Russian politics. Chan School of Public Health. She also co-founded and led the Forum on Global Governance for Health, a focal point at Harvard University for research, debate and strategic convening on issues at the intersection of global governance and health.
Her research and teaching focus on global governance, the political economy of global health focusing on outbreak preparedness and response; innovation and access to medicines; trade, investment and intellectual property rules; and development assistance for health , the evolution of international regimes, and innovative policies for addressing global problems. An economist by profession, a movie producer, and a historian by hobby, Zumer has co-authored with Marc Flandreau a monograph on market perceptions of government credit worthiness in the 19th century, The Making of Global Finance OECD, , a study challenging popular assumptions about the effects of imperial domination on capital flows: He has published extensively on security issues, including peace operations, humanitarian intervention and the responsibility to protect, with an emphasis on Brazil and emerging powers.
His research focuses on the intersection between international business and public policy in emerging market countries, mainly in East-Central Europe and Latin America. His main interest is on the emergence and co-evolution of inter-firm networks and economic institutions by studying how a variety of sectors, from manufacturing to agriculture to banking, reconstruct themselves under conditions of high uncertainty. While this work speaks to ongoing debates in a variety of fields, such as management, economic sociology, and political economy, it aims to reveal fundamental lessons that can aid policy makers, managers, and civic leaders rebuild their communities.
His earlier work focused on the impact of industrial networks on the creation of economic governance institutions in post-communist countries. In particular, the articles in Comparative Political Studies and the Review of International Political Economy analyse how different political approaches to institution-building can lead to significant variation in network restructuring, firm creation, bank restructuring, and financial regulatory capabilities.
Tim Flannery has published over peer-reviewed scientific papers and has named 25 living and 50 fossil mammal species. His 32 books include the award winning The Future Eaters and The Weather Makers , which has been translated into over 20 languages. He has made numerous documentaries and regularly writes for the New York Review of Books. He speaks Bahasa Indonesia and Melanesian Pigeon, and has over 20 years of experience as an explorer and biologist in New Guinea and surrounding countries, and has extensive knowledge of the region.
His most recent book, which deals with carbon negative technologies, is Atmosphere of Hope. Searching for solutions to the climate crisis. He delivered the Australia Day Address to the nation. A graduate from the University of Zurich , Dr. Following the example of the Republic of Geneva, she built the first policy research unit at a Swiss cantonal ministry of education that dealt specifically with multicultural education. A three-year postdoc research grant enabled her to go to the Universities of London, Toronto and UC-Berkeley to examine education policies for immigrants, asylum seekers and ethnic minorities in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States from an international comparative perspective.
Her academic appointment at Columbia University, first as untenured Associate Professor, then as tenured Full Professor and Department Chair, started in In New York, she is based at the Department of International and Transcultural Studies in the graduate school of education, health and psychology of Columbia University called Teachers College. She published eight books and numerous journal articles, book chapters, and reports on topics related to transnational policy borrowing and lending, global governance and education, global education industry, public-private partnership in education, or comparative research methodology.
Her geographic research focus is Mongolia and Central Asia. Since , she has been Professor of International Relations at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, where she will continue to teach a few weeks per year. Her research is in International Political Sociology. Her current research focuses on the politics of digital, aesthetic and legal practices.
In he acted as a counsel for the German Government in the Jurisdictional Immunities case Germany v. Italy at the International Court of Justice.
Robert Kolb was a lecturer in public international law at the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva — , and later an associate Professor at the University of Bern and adjunct Professor at the University of Neuchatel Bertrand Taithe is professor of cultural history at the University of Manchester - since the late s, his work has been devoted to the history of medical humanitarianism.
PhD, University of Cambridge His research focuses on issues relating to the dynamics of conflict and violence in cities in Latin America Nicaragua, Argentina and South Asia India. Much of his work involves the longitudinal study of youth gangs in Nicaragua but he also works on the political economy of development, the politics of socio-spatial segregation, participatory governance processes, the historiography of urban theory, and the epistemology of development knowledge.
Most recently , she established the first public health school in Ukraine - Lviv School of Public Health - and has been appointed as its first Director. She is an internationally recognised expert in gender mainstreaming and intersectionality-based analysis, with particular interest in social and health policy. He has co-authored a textbook on cross-cultural management, and he has taught a variety of courses in Austria, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Switzerland and the United States.
He serves currently on several editorial boards, including those for Leadership Quarterly and Organizational Research Methods. His research interests include diversity management, organisational climate and leadership. She is member of the board and the academic director of the T. Asser Instituut in The Hague. Trained in both international law and international relations, Dr Nouwen works on the intersections of law and politics, war and peace and justice and the rule of law. Building on her experience in diplomacy and peace negotiations, her research focuses on how international law plays out in concrete situations.
His research focuses on the uses and abuses of the Dark Web, use of cryptocurrencies, and measurement issues in cybersecurity. His fields of expertise are monetary and financial economic history. He has written numerous articles and co-authored a book on emerging markets and financial globalisation. As a visiting professor, he has taught academic and policy-oriented audiences in places such as Rome, Rio de Janeiro, Lugano and Chisinau.
His research focuses on international targeted sanctions, European and international security, non-state actors, governance and illicit trade. He is author of The success of sanctions: He published on sanctions and private military and security companies in the Journal of Common Market Studies, International Affairs and International Peacekeeping. His investigations, grounded in ethnographic research in Cuba and Spain, have focused on the economic, social and cultural flows generated by international tourism and migration, with theoretical interests spanning three main areas of concern: Dr Simoni has published extensively in peer-reviewed books and journals and his first monograph came out with Berghahn Books in Teaching in Portugal and Switzerland, he has delivered classes and supervised students notably in the areas of tourism and travel, gender, sexuality and morality, and the politics of culture, identity and heritage.
The project focuses on how ideals of the 'good life' are articulated, re assessed, and related to specific places and contexts as a result of experiences of crisis and migration. A multi-sited endeavour, with three interrelated subprojects carried out in Spain PhD Candidate , Ecuador Postdoctoral Researcher , and Cuba Principal Investigator , the research explores the imaginaries and experiences of the return of Ecuadorian and Cuban men and women disappointed with their migration to Spain. The project contributes to three main scholarly areas of enquiry: His research examines cognition, group bonding and organisational morphology in armed groups.
Political Science and Politics. He spent more than half of his time with the UN in developing countries as an observer, manager and coordinator of multilateral aid. During that time he wrote and made presentations based on his experience. He has written eight books on aid, development and the UN. Professor Sartori works at the intersection of the history of concepts and the history of capitalist society, with a special focus on colonial South Asia.
He has published on the history of the culture-concept, liberalism, political thought and political economy. He is the author of Liberalism in Empire: Her current research focuses on the governance and effectiveness of global partnerships in climate change, education, health and nutrition. Mixing legal analysis, social theory, and ethnographic field research, he researches political and legal contestation over the role of expertise in domestic and global law and governance, with an emphasis on the legitimacy and accountability of experts. He also researches the transnational — and often expert-driven - theory and design of rule of law systems in the global South, in particular the ways in which legal institutions can produce political marginalization as well as novel forms of democratic politics.
His current research projects critically examine ignorance and creativity as modes of regulation and policymaking, focusing on multi-stakeholder initiatives and on rule of law reform. As a lawyer, he has worked on corporate accountability, including as an attorney on the case of Kiobel before the US Supreme Court. Trained in history and French literature M.
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Un changement qui implique tous les niveaux", In: Articulo, Revue de Sciences Humaines, No. Property, Mineral Resources and 'Sustainable Development'. English, French, German understanding. A column based on this work appears on the Vox online forum: How do capital gains affect long run-current accounts? The Changing Nature of the U. Financial factors and the current account: Is volatility a concern? On the distributional effects of exchange rate fluctuations, Journal of International Money and Finance 25, , pp. The international role of the dollar and trade balance adjustment, with Linda Goldberg, Group of Thirty Occasional Paper 71, Current account adjustment with high financial integration: Exchange rate pass-through and the welfare effect of the euro, with Michael Devereux and Charles Engel, International Economic Review 44, , pp.
The role of consumption substitutability in the international transmission of shocks, Journal of International Economics 53, , pp. Reprinted in Open Economy Macroeconomics N. International Relations Studies and Education Although many factors influence contemporary international relations, there are good reasons to assume that international relations pedagogy plays an important role in shaping different worldviews and foundational orientations. UN Targeted Sanctions Biersteker co-directed the Targeted Sanctions Consortium , a group of more than fifty scholars and policy practitioners worldwide working on UN targeted sanctions.
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