The Merton Centre for European Integration and International Economic Order, University of Frankfurt, the School of Law, University of Glasgow and the Max Planck Centre for Comparative Public Law and International Law join forces for the 2014 Frankfurt Investment Law Workshop on March 14 and 15, 2014. The workshop on “International Investment Law and the Global Financial Architecture” will explore the role of international investment law in the current reorganization of the global financial architecture. Hear from the organizers:
„The workshop will open with a keynote speech by The Honorable Charles N. Brower, followed by presentations and panels addressing different aspects related to international investment law and the global financial system. Papers will address the interaction between international investment law and financial market and banking regulation, free flow of capital, sovereign debt, and monetary policy. For further details, please see the attached conference programme.
We are convinced that the presentations and discussions will contribute to a clearer understanding of how investment law and the global financial system interrelate and how international investment law should be understood and construed in order to contribute to the functioning of the financial system.“