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Alessandra Arcuri is Full Professor of International Economic Law at the Department of Law and Markets, Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is also a member of the Erasmus Initiative on Inclusive Prosperity and of the Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge (EIPK). Her research and teaching focus on international economic law, sustainability, environmental law, global technocracy and democracy. Her most recent publications include Technocracy and the Law: Accountability, Governance and Expertise, (Routledge 2021) (co-edited with Florin Coman-Kund); ‘Reappropriating the Rule of Law: Between Constituting and Limiting Private Power’ (2022) Jurisprudence (with Ioannis Kampourakis and Sanne Taekema); ‘Boundary-Work and Dynamics of Exclusion by Law: International Investment Law as a Case Study’, in Bartl and Lawrence (eds) The Politics of European Legal Research: Behind the Method, (Edward Elgar, 2022); ‘Public Interest and International Investment Law: A Critical Perspective on Three Mainstream Narratives’, Handbook of International Investment Law and Policy (Springer 2021) (with Federica Violi); ‘International Economic Law and Disintegration: Beware the Schmittean Moment’, Journal of International Economic Law, (2020); The Great Asymmetry and the Rule of Law in International Investment Arbitration’, Yearbook on International Investment Law and Policy 2018 (OUP 2019); Justice for All? Protecting the Public Interest in Investment Treaties, 59 Boston College Law Review 2791, (2018) (with Francesco Montanaro); ‘The Chemical Anthropocene: Glyphosate as a Case Study of Pesticide Exposures’, King’s Law Journal (2019) (with Yogi Hendlin). Next to her regular teaching at the EUR, Arcuri has been invited to teach in several institutions worldwide including Lund University, Bocconi University, the African Universities in Lomè, Togo, Luiss University, and University of Siena. Prof. Arcuri has been visiting Fellow at the European University Institute (EUI) (Jean Monnet Fellow, 2011-12; Fernand Braudel Fellow, 2021-22), New York University (NYU) (Hauser Global Research Fellow, 2003-04), Hamburg University (Marie Curie Fellow, 2001), among other institutions. Next to her academic research and teaching, Arcuri has engaged with non-academic publics, by authoring commissioned reports or briefing institutional actors, including the Dutch Parliament, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the European Commission and NGOs.


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