IIEL faculty rank among the most productive and cited in the world on matters of international economic law. Their work spans all of the major disciplines of international economic law—from sovereign debt to financial regulation to international trade and arbitration—and helps shape academic and policy conversations from Washington, D.C. to the global community.

A short sample of their recent research includes:

Bankruptcy, Backwards: The Problem of Quasi-Sovereign Debt

Beyond FATCA: An Evolutionary Moment for the International Tax System

The Dilemma of Odious Debts

Disruptive Technology and Securities Regulation

Financial Crisis Containment

Forget About the WTO: The Network of Relations between Preferential Trade Agreements (PTAs) and ‘Double PTAs’

How International Financial Law Works (and How it Doesn’t)

Minority Rules: Precedent and Participation Before the WTO Appellate Body

Renminbi Ascending: How China’s Currency Impacts Global Markets, Foreign Policy, and Transatlantic Financial Regulation