This series contributes to research in the field of international economic law, comprising international trade regulation, investment and monetary affairs. It offers a venue for monographs and collective works making substantial contributions to the field in the wider context of public international law and related areas of domestic and regional law. The series is dedicated to foster transdisciplinary research. While focusing on law, it seeks to take into account developments in economics and international relations theory as well as history and political philosophy relevant to the field. Volumes 5 – 13 (2021 – 2023) are available in Open Access.









*This announcement is from Brill Nijhoff, an ESIL Institutional Member*