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The Research Group welcomes Prof. Dr. Janne Nijman and Ambassador ret. Dr. Peter Wittig as fellow and practitioner in residence.

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KFG Panel Discussion (Hybrid): The Decline of the World Trade Organization as a Forum for Trade Governance: Who Wins and Who Loses?

Upcoming Public Event: On 27 November 2023, the research group will host a panel discussion on "The Decline of the World Trade Organization as a Forum for Trade Governance: Who Wins and Who Loses?".

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Prof. Dr. Nicolas Lamp

Prof. Dr. Nicolas Lamp
Thielallee 69


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e-Mail: nicolas.lamp(at)kfg-intlaw.de

Profile: Short CV & Select Publications

Select Publications

Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why It Matters, Harvard University Press, 2021 (with Anthea Roberts), available here.

Navigating Complexity: Globalization Narratives in China and the West, China International Strategy Review 4, 2022, 351–366 (with Anthea Roberts), available here.

How Should We Think about the Winners and Losers from Globalization? Three Narratives and Their Implications for the Redesign of International Economic Agreements, European Journal of International Law 30 (4), 2019, 1259-1397 , available here.

At the Vanishing Point off Law: Rebalancing, Non-Violation Claims, and the Role of Multilateral Trade Regime in the Trade Wars, Journal of International Economic Law 22 (4), 2019, 721-742 , available here.

The Receding Horizon of Informality in WTO Meetings, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 23 (1), 2017, 63-79 , available here.

The 'Development' Discourse in Multilateral Trade Lawmaking, World Trade Review 16 (3), 2017, 475-500 , available here.

Value and Exchange in Multilateral Trade Lawmaking, London Review of International Law 4 (1), 2016, 7-55 , available here.

The Club Approach to Multilateral Trade Lawmaking”, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 49 (1), 2016, 107-190 , available here.

How Some Countries Became 'Special': Developing Countries and the Construction of Difference in Multilateral Trade Lawmaking, Journal of International Economic Law 18 (4), 2015, 743-771 , available here.

Conceptions of War and Paradigms of Compliance: The ‘New War’ Challenge to International Humanitarian Law, in: Journal of Conflict and Security Law 16 (2), 2011, 225-262, available here.

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