The editors of the European Yearbook for International Economic Law (EYIEL) welcome abstracts from scholars and practitioners at all stages of their career for the focus section of the EYIEL 2022. This year’s focus will be on the impact of climate change on international economic law.

Abstracts may cover any topic relating to dispute settlement in the field of international economic law, though preference is given to topics focusing on the perspective from public and private international or EU law. We particularly welcome contributions addressing the following aspects:

  • Climate change in WTO and international trade law
  • Impact of investment protection treaties on energy transformation
  • Reform of the Energy Charter Treaty
  • Financial and monetary law aspects of climate change
  • Relationship between UNFCCC and Glasgow Climate Pact and international economic law
  • Climate change litigation in domestic and international courts
  • Liability for climate change in private (international) law

Abstracts should not exceed 500 words. They should be concise and clearly outline the significance of the proposed contribution Abstracts may be submitted until 28 February 2022 via e mail to

Successful applicants will be notified by 1 April 202er2 that their proposal has been accepted. They are expected to send in their final contribution by 30 June 2022.

Please read the full call for abstracts here.