Researchers

Vincent Martin BEYER

PhD Candidate | Public International Law

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Vincent Beyer joined the PhD program in International Law at the Graduate Institute in 2017. He is currently the editorial assistant of the Journal of International Economic Law published by Oxford University Press. Vincent holds an LLB in International and European Law (summa cum laude) from the University of Groningen, Netherlands and a Masters in International Law from the Graduate Institute. In the past, he has worked in the Global Dispute Settlement Group at Sidley Austin LLP, Geneva, litigating cases in front of the WTO. Vincent’s research has been published in top-tier journals such as the Journal of World Trade and the Journal of International Economic Law. His PhD project focuses on regime interaction in international economic law and the application of systems theory to international law.

 

Gianmarco Cariola

PhD Candidate I International Economics

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Gianmarco Cariola is a PhD student in International Economics at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, where he was awarded the Charles Wyplosz Excellence Scholarship in 2018. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in economics from the University of Pisa and the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies. His international experience includes visiting periods at the University of Chongqing and the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris as well as a summer school at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Prior to joining the Graduate Institute, he worked as an intern at the Italian Permanent Mission to the United Nations, the Italian Institute of Statistics and the World Trade Organization. He is currently writing his PhD thesis under the supervision of Prof. Richard Baldwin. His research focuses on the determinants of preference utilization, with particular regard to productivity, information frictions and Global Value Chains participation.

 

 

 

 

 

Kusum Dhanania

PhD Candidate I International Law

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Kusum is a PhD student a the Graduate Institute. She obtained her LLM from the Graduate Institute and her BCL from the University of Oxford. She has previously worked for the  Tradelab  and the Journal of International Economic Law.  In addition Kusum has been teaching undergraduate courses at the various National Law Schools in law in India

Anmol Kaur Grewal

Ph.D. Candidate I International Economics

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Anmol Kaur Grewal is a Ph.D. candidate in International Economics (class of 2022). Her research focuses on cross-cutting issues related to trade, productivity and technology transfer from a network perspective. As a Research Assistant at CTEI, she is currently working on an SNF-funded project related to global value chains and firm-level productivity in developing countries. She has previously worked for a number of international organizations including the International Trade Centre (ITC), the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) in Geneva as well as the OECD in Paris. She has a Bachelor degree in Economics from the University of Delhi and a Master degree in International Economics from The Graduate Institute. She is fluent in English, Hindi and Punjabi.

 

 

 

Panagiotis A. Kyriakou

PhD Candidate I International Law

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Panagiotis A. Kyriakou was admitted into the International Law PhD Programme of the Graduate Institute in 2017. Since then, he has served as a Teaching Assistant for courses taught or supervised by Prof Joost Pauwelyn, Dr Jan Bohanes, Dr Edward Kwakwa and Prof Fuad Zarbiyev. Panagiotis holds an LL.B. from the University of Athens and an LL.M. from MIDS. Before joining the Graduate Institute, he interned with law firms in Athens, Paris and Geneva, practicing commercial and corporate law, arbitration, competition law and public international law. Panagiotis is registered with the Athens Bar Association. For his thesis, he is currently focusing on the the role of international law in the management and resolution of financial crises.

 

Chanya Punyakumpol

PhD Candidate I International Law

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Chanya Punyakumpol joined the international law PhD program of the Graduate Institute since 2018. She is a research assistant for Professor Joost Pauwelyn in a research project, Convergence or Divergence? Text-as-data and Network Analysis of International Economic Law Treaties and Tribunals. Chanya received her Bachelor degree (BAS) from Stanford University, majoring in Economics and Mathematical & Computational Sciences and her JD from Cornell Law School. Before joining the program, she worked at a law firm in Bangkok, Thailand and lectured at Thammasat University. Chanya is admitted to NY Bar. Her thesis focuses on convergences and interactions in international economic law, particularly on norm diffusions and case law, as both causes and consequences of globalization.

 

 

Giulia SabBadini

PhD Candidate I International Economics

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Giulia Sabbadini is a PhD student in International Economics. She holds a MSc. in Economics from the University of Trento (Italy) and has taken part to the ASP program from the Institute for the World Economy (Kiel). Her research interests focus on issues related to trade and labor, from a firm-level perspective. She is working under the supervision of Prof. Baldwin and Prof. Julia Cajal-Grossi. Currently, she is a Teaching Assistant for the International Economics Department, and previously she worked as an intern for the World Trade Organization.

 

Manuel Sanchez Miranda

PhD Candidate I International Law

Manuel Sánchez Miranda is an associate in the International Trade Group at King & Spalding in Geneva. Mr. Sánchez Miranda advises governments and private stakeholders on a wide range of international trade matters, with an emphasis on dispute settlement and negotiations before the World Trade Organization (WTO). He also advises clients on the application and negotiation of regional trade agreements with an eye on improving or unlocking access to global markets for goods and services. He also advises clients in trade remedy proceedings (i.e. antidumping, countervailing duty and safeguard investigations) before the GCC Secretariat and in Latin America.

 

Nivedita SEN

PhD Candidate I International Law

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Nivedita Sen is a PhD student and teaching assistant at the Graduate Institute. She obtained an LL.M. from the University of Cambridge (2015) where she was an editor of the Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law, and a BA.LL.B (Hons.) from the National University of Juridical Sciences in India (2013). She has previously worked for the WTO with the Intellectual Property, Government Procurement and Competition division, and as a trade law consultant in India. Prior to that she worked as a corporate lawyer. Her research interests include international trade law, technology law and intellectual property law.

Said El Hachimi

PhD Candidate, International Law

 

 

 

 

Et quia Mesopotamiae tractus omnes crebro inquietari sueti praetenturis et stationibus servabantur agrariis, laevorsum flexo itinere Osdroenae subsederat extimas partes, novum parumque aliquando temptatum commentum adgressus. quod si impetrasset, fulminis modo cuncta vastarat. erat autem quod cogitabat huius modi.

 

Sajid GHANI

PhD Candidate I  International Economics

Et quia Mesopotamiae tractus omnes crebro inquietari sueti praetenturis et stationibus servabantur agrariis, laevorsum flexo itinere Osdroenae subsederat extimas partes, novum parumque aliquando temptatum commentum adgressus. quod si impetrasset, fulminis modo cuncta vastarat. erat autem quod cogitabat huius modi.