Program and Participants Redistribution

Redistribution and the Law in an Antagonistic World

21–30 August 2017, Berlin

Program Brochure [PDF download]

Participants & Projects

Airey, Siobhan
(University of Ottawa)
Auras of Legality – Laws, Institutions and Ideas in the International Governance of ODA
Aseeva, Anna
(University of Copenhagen)
The Role of Transnational Economic Law in the Crisis of the Global Commons
Choudhury, Nafay
(King’s College, UK)
Law, Development, and Economic Regulation: An Empirical Study of the Operation of Kabul’s Premier Money Bazaar
Cirkovic, Elena
(Bogazici University)
Land Grabs, Liberum Commercium, and Dominium in International Law Today
Coker, Oluwole
(Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria)
Redistribution as Metaphor for Quest for Justice in African Cultural Production
Cortes-Nieto, Johanna del Pilar
(University of Warwick)
Taming Social and Economic Rights: Austerity in Colombia
Debucquois, Claire
(Columbia Law School)
Law and Natural Resource Allocation: A Brazilian Perspective
Horst, Johan
(Universität Bremen)
Distributional Effects in the Law of Transnational Financial Markets: The case of Close-out Netting
Karagöz, Tugba
(Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg)
Political Risk as a Developed Country Phenomenon and Foreign Investment Insurance
Kulamadayil, Lys
(Graduate Institute Geneva)
Self-Determination, Resource Sovereignty and the Global Economic Order
Matthiesen, Anna
(The New School for Social Research, USA)
Forging Philanthropic Citizenship: Domestic NGOs and Donors in Serbia
Parry, Jason Rhys
(Binghamton U)
Claiming, Reclaiming, Excising Islands: On the Redistribution of Sovereign Territory as Legal and Military Intervention
Rado, Robi
(University of Melbourne)
Trading in People and Trading in Services: The Political Economy of Indians’ International Labour Mobility, the Development Project and International Law
Rahaman, Mizanur
(Wolaita Sodo University, Ethiopia)
Mapping the Spatial Distribution of Power: TRIPs, Mediated Relationality and Resistance
Sevimli, Necdet
(Middle East Technical University)
Before the Law: International Organizations, Discourse and the Re-making of State-Society Relations within Transnationalism
Shankar, Kalyan
Can Informal Waste Pickers have a Legal Right to Waste?
Sierra-Camargo, Ximena
(Universidad del Rosario)
Reshaping the Constitutional State under the Hegemonic Idea of Development as a Form of Intervention, in a Context of ‘Global Coloniality’: The Case of the Large-scale Gold Mining Law in Colombia
Spitra, Sebastian
(Universität Wien)
Administering Culture in International Law. The Colonial Pedigree of World Cultural Heritage
Uhma, Piotr
(Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University)
The Principle of Non-intervention in Contemporary International Law
Van den Meerssche, Dimitri
(EUI Florence)
The World Bank as an Autonomous Normative Order: Legal Processes of Constitutional Growth
Wadlig, Gabriele
(New York University)
The Formalization of Rural Land Rights and Large-Scale Land Dispossessions
Zhang, Ye
(Harvard University)
Multi-dimensional Legitimacy: Popular Perceptions of the Judicial System in an Era of Inequality

Steering Group:

Arnulf Becker Lorca (Brown University)
Jochen von Bernstorff (Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen)
Philipp Dann (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Isabel Feichtner (Universität Würzburg)
Surabi Ranganathan (King’s College, University of Cambridge)
Celine Tan (Warwick University)

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