Fabio Morosini is Global Hauser Research Fellow at New York University School of Law (2015-2016). He is a law professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, in Porto Alegre, Brazil, where he directs the Center for Law, Globalization and Development, and teaches and conducts research on international trade; international investment; and methods in law. In addition to teaching full time, Prof. Morosini has been appointed as a Researcher of the National Council of Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq, Ministry of Science and Technology, Brazil) to lead a research project on South-South trade and investment relations. Professor Morosini holds a Ph.D. and an LL.M. from the University of Texas at Austin; a master, with honors, from the University of Paris 1/ Paris’ Institute of Political Sciences; and a bachelor of laws from the Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul. Upon completion of his Ph.D., he was a post-doctoral fellow at the World Trade Organization.
He has widely published in his areas of research, including: The Brazilian Agreement on Cooperation and Facilitation of Investments (ACFIs): A new formula for international investment agreements?, INVESTMENT TREATY NEWS Issue 3, Vol. 6 (2015) (co-authored with Michelle Ratton Sanchez Badin); Regulação do Investimento Estrangeiro Direto no Brasil: da resistência aos tratados bilaterais de investimento à emergência de um novo modelo regulatório, 12, Vol. 2 REVISTA DE DIREITO INTERNACIONAL (2015) (co-authored with Ely Caetano Xavier Junior); The Brazilian Approach to Its South-South Trade and Investment Relations: The Case of Angola, 43 DENV. J. INT’L L. & POLICY 489 (2015) (co-authored with Michelle Ratton Sanchez Badin); The Status of Sustainable Development in the Law of the World Trade Organization, in ARBITRAGEM E COMÉRCIO INTERNACIONAL: ESTUDOS EM HOMENAGEM A LUIZ OLAVO BAPTISTA, 529 (Umberto Celli Júnior, Maristela Basso & Alberto do Amaral Júnior eds., 2013) (co-authored with Gabrielle Marceau); Trade and Climate Change: Unveiling the Principle of Common but Differentiated Responsibilities from the WTO Agreements, 42:4 THE GEORGE WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW, 713 (2010); The MERCOSUR Trade and Environment Linkage Debate: The Disputes over Trade in Retreaded Tires, 44:5 JOURNAL OF WORLD TRADE, 1127 (2010). His full CV is available in both English and Portuguese at: http://lattes.cnpq.br/3545195769262482. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org