E15 Stephan Schill

Stephan W. Schill

Professor of International and Economic Law and Governance, University of Amsterdam

Professor of International and Economic Law and Governance, University of Amsterdam; Principal Investigator, European Research Council-funded project on ‘Transnational Public-Private Arbitration as Global Regulatory Governance’; Member, ICSID List of Conciliators; Editor-in-Chief, Journal of World Investment and Trade. Admitted to the bar in Germany and New York. Has published numerous articles and several books on international investment law, including The Multilateralization of International Investment Law (Cambridge University Press 2009) and, as editor, International Investment Law and Comparative Public Law (Oxford University Press 2010).

Opinion

4 May 2018
The stalemate in WTO Appellate Body appointments may help bring to life dispute settlement in “mega-regional” trade agreements, such as the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) and the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). These agreements...