Course taught: Trade and investment in times of disruption, at 8th LSGL Summer School, HSE University

Mexico - 9 July 2020

Trade topics: International Trade Law, International Trading System, Trade Dispute Settlement Systems, Gender and Trade

This course addressed the two main disruptive movements in international trade and investment law. First, we considered the critical proposals for review of the trade and investment liberal order. This movement is characterized by new topics to and forms for the regulation of the global trade and investment flows. The second movement of disruption is the most recent trend of protectionist measures amidst COVID-19, both to trade and investment flows. The purpose was to explore the clash of those two disruptive movements to the global economy.

Taught by:
Professor Amrita Bahri (ITAM)
Professor Michelle R Sanchez-Badin (FGV/SP)