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Dr. Barnali Choudhury – List of Publications

Books

Understanding the Modern Company: Corporate Governance and Theory (co-editor) (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Forthcoming)

Public Services and International Trade Liberalization: Human Rights and Gender Implications (Cambridge University Press, 2012), 376 pages

Book Chapters and Reviews

Introduction in Barnali Choudhury and Martin Petrin (eds), Understanding the Modern Corporation (Cambridge University Press, 2016).

Conclusion in Barnali Choudhury and Martin Petrin (eds), Understanding the Modern Corporation (Cambridge University Press, 2016).

Rights of Women in Thomas Cottier and Krista N. Schefer, eds., The Encyclopedia of International Economic Law (Edward Elgar 2016, forthcoming)

Incentivizing the Pursuit of the Common Good: Incorporating Environmental and Social Goal Targets into Executive Compensation in P.E. Moyse, ed., From Economic Performance to Corporate Citizenship: The Changing Nature of Corporations and the Impact on CEO Remuneration, 65-78 (McGill University Press, 2013).

Women, Poverty and International Economic Law in Krista Schefer ed., Poverty and International Economic Law, 341-357 (Cambridge University Press, 2013).

A Call for a WTO Ministerial Decision on Trade and Human Rights in Thomas Cottier & Panagiotis Delimatsis, eds., The Prospects of International Trade Regulation: From Fragmentation to Coherence, 323-357 (Cambridge University Press, 2011) (Co-author).

Book Review,Human Rights in International Investment Law and Arbitration”, 24:2 Leiden Journal of International Law 522-526 (2011)

Articles

Social Disclosure (Forthcoming, 2016)

Spinning Straw into Gold: Critiquing the Need for a New Business and Human Rights Treaty (Forthcoming, 2016)

Gender Diversity on Boards: Beyond Quotas, 26:1 European Business Law Review 229 (2015)

New Rationales for Women on Boards, (2014) 34:1 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1-32.

From Harmony to Cacophony: Aligning Corporate and Community Interests, (2014) 2013:3 Brigham Young University Law Review 101-149. [Lead article]

 International Investment Law as a Global Public Good, (2013)17:2 Lewis & Clark Law Review 481-520 

Exception Provisions as a Gateway to the Incorporation of Human Rights in International Investment Law, (2011) 49 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 670-716.

Serving Two Masters: Incorporating Social Responsibility into the Corporate Paradigm, (2009) 11 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law 631-674

Democratic Implications Arising from the Intersection of Investment Arbitration and Human Rights, (2009) 46 Alberta Law Review 983-1008

The Façade of Neutrality: Uncovering Gender Silences in International Trade, (2009) 15 William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law 113-159

Recapturing Public Power: Is Investment Arbitration Contributing to the Democratic Deficit?, (2008) 41 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 775-832

Determining the Appropriate Level of Deference for Domestic Court Reviews of Investor-State Arbitral Awards, (2007) 32 Queen’s Law Journal 602-640

Beyond the Alien Tort Claims Act: Alternative Approaches to Attributing Liability to Corporations for Extraterritorial Abuses, (2005) 26 Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business 43-75

Evolution or Devolution?–Defining Fair and Equitable Treatment in International Investment Law, (2005) 6 Journal of World Investment and Trade 297-320

The Search for Shade: An Analysis of Super-Priority DIP financers in Re Sulphur Corporation of Canada Ltd., (2002) 35 Canadian Bankruptcy Reporter (4th) 315-320

The Jurisdiction Within: An Analysis of Re Playdium Entertainment Corp., 14 Commercial Insolvency Reporter 52-56 (2002).

Reports

Women on Boards: New Approaches – Director’s Note, The Conference Board (October 2014) [Solicited by the Conference Board for Fortune 500 Directors of Boards of US corporations]

Submission to Ontario Securities Commission on the use of disclosure under securities law to promote women on boards (Sept. 2013)

Detailed submission to the House of Lords EU Select Committee on Women on Boards (July 2012)   [Submission cited extensively by the Committee in its final report]

Presentations

Spinning Straw into Gold: Critiquing the Need for a New Business and Human Rights Treaty, Business and Human Rights Inaugural Conference, Rutgers University; Newark, NJ (Sept 2015)

Moderator, The History of the Company, Understanding the Modern Company; London, UK (May 2015)

The Delegatory Power of Investment Tribunals, University of Cambridge, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (December 2014)

The Delegatory Power of Investment Tribunals, World Investment Forum; Geneva, Switzerland (October 2014)

Social Disclosure, Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference; Nottingham, UK (Sept 2014)

Social Disclosure, New Voices in Commercial Law; Paris, France (Sept 2014)

Women on Boards: Lessons for Germany, International Corporate Governance and Law Conference; Muenster, Germany (Nov. 2013)

Moderator, Bilateral Investment Treaties and Foreign Direct Investment, Oil-Gas-Energy-Mining-Infrastructure Dispute Management (OGEMID) Seminar; London, UK (Oct. 2013)

Moderator, Foreign Investment and…; International Law, Natural Resources and Sustainable Development Conference, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK (Sept. 2013)

From Harmony to Cacophony: Aligning Corporate and Community Interests; Faculty Colloquium, Vanderbilt University, Nashville TN (April 2013)

From Harmony to Cacophony: Aligning Corporate and Community Interests; Faculty Colloquium, Queen Mary University of London, London UK (February 2013)

International Investment Law as a Global Public Good, American Society of International Law International Economic Law Interest Group Biennial Meeting; Washington D.C. (November 2012)

International Investment Law as a Global Public Good, Lewis & Clark Law School’s 17th Annual Business Law Fall Forum; Portland, OR (October 2012)

International Investment Law as a Global Public Good, American Society of International Law Mid-year Meeting (Research Forum); Athens GA (October 2012)

International Investment Law as a Global Public Good; Faculty Colloquium, University of Warwick, Coventry UK (October 2012).

Exceptions Provisions: A Conduit for Human Rights Issues in International Investment Agreements, “Exceptional States: International Economic Law in Times of Crisis and Change”; Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, Leicester, UK (April 2012).

The Regulatory Structure of International Arbitration; Presentation to Beirut Bar Association and American University of Technology, Lebanon, Beirut (April 2012) 

Gender Diversity on Boards: Reorienting the Discussion from Board Structure to Board Process, “Perspectives on Anglo/American Corporate Governance: Exploring Key Aspects of the Relationship” – Vanderbilt University and Queen Mary University Corporate Law Conference; London, UK (March 2012)

Women, Poverty and International Economic Law, Poverty and the International Economic Law System Conference; Basel, Switzerland (October 2011)

Incentivizing the Pursuit of the Common Good: Incorporating Environmental and Social Goal Targets into Executive Compensation, “From Economic Performance to Corporate Citizenship: The Changing Nature of Corporations and the Impact on CEO Remuneration”; Montreal, Canada (April 2011)

Exception Provisions as a Gateway to the Incorporation of Human Rights in International Investment Law, Society of International Economic Law Conference; Barcelona, Spain (July 2010)

International Investment Treaties and their Impact on the Public Interest, Center for International Legal Education, University of Pittsburgh School of Law; Pittsburgh, PA (April 2009)

More Politics Please – Reorienting the Depoliticized and Technocratic Nature of Investor-State Dispute Resolution, “The Politics of International Economic Law”, American Society of International Law – International Economic Law Group Conference; Washington D.C. (November 2008)

Democratic Implications Arising from the Intersection of Investment Arbitration and Human Rights, American Society of International Law Four Societies Conference: “International Law and Democratic Theory”; Edmonton, Canada (September 2008) (One of 4 selected to represent ASIL at the Conference)

Serving Two Masters: Incorporating Social Responsibility into the Corporate Paradigm, Pace Law School Faculty Colloquium; White Plains, NY (September 2008)

Gendered Implications of Liberalization of Essential Services, Swiss National Centre for the Competence in Research Conference; Bern, Switzerland (July 2008) 

Gendered Implications of International Trade Policies, “New Voices in Human Rights”, American Associations of Law Schools, Annual Conference; New York, NY (January 2008)

Contemporary Issues in the Practice of International Economic Law, ASIL – International Economic Law Group Annual Conference; Bretton Woods, NH (November 2006)

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