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The Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) is pleased to release its 2017 Annual Report.
For nearly two decades, the IIEL has boasted a proud history as one of the premier centers for the study of international economic law in the country. Founded by John Jackson in 1999, the Institute has grown in recent years beyond its origins as a locus of international trade to become a focal point for not only researching and debating trade policy, but also international tax, monetary affairs and financial regulation. Regulators, CEOs, and scholars routinely hail to our campus to write, teach, discuss and even negotiate law and international policy. Thousands of policymakers, attorneys and economists around the world subscribe to our publications.
As global norms and institutions face unprecedented scrutiny and resistance around the world, the Institute’s role in international legal and policy affairs has become more important than ever. The next phase of the Institute’s growth will focus on some of the seminal challenges of our time—globalization and its backlash, sanctions, sustainable economic growth, and financial technology, data and automation. In doing so, we look forward to new partnerships and collaborations, and building on the scores of relationships that help make the Institute a success each year.
We also look forward to a robust program of upcoming events, aimed at connecting policymakers, academics, private market participants and the press—all in order to forward constructive dialogues on complex regulatory issues. As its remit has expanded, the Institute has become a premier venue in Washington and abroad for unveiling and discussing developments relating to finance, trade, tax and international monetary relations. We invite you to join us at an IIEL event soon, or contact us to learn more.