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Books / Book Sections
Reconciling Liberalized Trade in Financial Services and Domestic Regulation
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
together with Rolf H. Weber, in K. Alexander und M. Andenas (eds.), The World Trade Organization and Trade in Services, Boston/Leiden 2008, 411-427.

Implementing Social Justice: Eliminating Poverty as a Legal Mandate?
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
together with Mirina Grosz, in Jean-Christophe Merle (ed.): Applied Global Justice, Vol I,  P. Cobben, Ph. Coppens, U. Marti  (eds.), Fair distribution (Published in 2007).

The Challenge of Child Labour in International Law
Written by Humbert Franziska   
Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law No. 64. Cambridge University Press, September 2009.

Globalization and Labour Rights
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
Globalization and Labour Rights: The Conflicting Relationship between Core Labour Rights and International Economic Institutions, Oxford 2007 (Hart Publishing).

The Right to Food and Trade in Agriculture
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
The Right to Food and Trade in Agriculture, in Thomas Cottier/Joost Pauwelyn/Elisabeth Bürgi (eds.), Human Rights and International Trade, Oxford 2005 (Oxford University Press), pp. 341-381.

The Legal Matrix of Human Rights and Trade Law
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
The Legal Matrix of Human Rights and Trade Law: State Obligation versus Private Rights and Obligations, in: Thomas Cottier/Joost Pauwelyn/Elisabeth Bürgi (eds.), Human Rights and International Trade, Oxford 2005 (Oxford University Press), pp. 95-136.

Journal Articles
Uncovering Gender Silences in International Trade
Written by Choudhury Barnali   
The Façade of Neutrality: Uncovering Gender Silences in International Trade, in: William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law (2008) 113 – 159.

Poverty, Hunger and International Trade: What's Law got to Do with it
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
Christine Kaufmann and Mirina Grosz, ‘Poverty, Hunger and International Trade: What’s Law Got to Do with It? Current Mechanisms and the Doha Development Agenda’, 51 German Yearbook of International Law 2008, 75-109.

Is Investment Arbitration’s Engagement of the Public Interest Contributing to Democratic Deficit?
Written by Choudhury Barnali   
Recapturing Public Power: Is Investment Arbitration’s Engagement of the Public Interest Contributing to the Democratic Deficit? 41 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 775 (2008).

Liberalizing Trade in Agriculture and Food Security - Mission Impossible?
Written by Kaufmann Christine; Heri Simone   
Christine Kaufmann & Simone Heri, Liberalizing Trade in Agriculture and Food Security - Mission Impossible? 40(4),Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 1039 (2007).

Appropriate Level of Deference for Domestic Court Reviews of Investor-State Arbitral Awards
Written by Choudhury Barnali   
Determining the Appropriate Level of Deference for Domestic Court Reviews of Investor-State Arbitral Awards, 
Queen's Law Journal, Vol. 32, No. 602, pp. 602-640 (2007).

Trade and Human Rights
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
together with Laura Meyer, Human Rights and International Legal Discourse, 1, 61-93 (2007).

NCCR Working Papers
Can the WTO Ensure that Food Aid is Genuine?
Written by Heri Simone; Häberli Christian   
Can the WTO Ensure that Food Aid is Genuine? NCCR Trade Regulation Working Paper 2009/19, May 2009

Corruption and the WTO Legal System
Written by Nadakavukaren Krista   
Corruption and the WTO Legal System, NCCR Trade Regulation Working Paper 2008/15, June 2008

Do Social Clauses in Generalized Systems of Preferences Advance the Cause of Women?
Written by Humbert Franziska   
Do Generalized Systems of Preferences Advance the Cause of Women? NCCR Trade Regulation Working Paper 2008/4, April 2008

Globalisation and Core Labour Rights: What Role for the World Bank and the IMF?
Written by Kaufmann Christine; Heri Simone   
Globalisation and Core Labour Rights: What Role for the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund?
NCCR Trade Regulation Working Paper 2008/1, February 2008

Eliminating Poverty as a Legal Mandate?
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
together with Mirina Grosz, Implementing Social Justice: Eliminating Poverty as a Legal Mandate?, NCCR Trade Regulation Working Paper 2007/18, May 2007

Chilling the Protection of Human Rights
Written by Nadakavukaren Schefer Krista   
Chilling the Protection of Human Rights: What the Kimberley Process Waiver Can Tell Us About the WTO's Effect on International Law, NCCR Working Paper 2007/03, January 2007

Economic Sanctions and Human Rights/Preferential Trade and Human Rights
Written by Nadakavukaren Schefer Krista   
Economic Sanctions and Human Rights/Preferential Trade and Human Rights, NCCR Working Paper 2007/02, January 2007

Reports / Presentations
Mapping Coherence in International Investment Law
Written by Gehne Katja   
Mapping Coherence in International Investment Law: the Overlapping Fields of Investment, Human Rights and the Environment. UNCTAD Expert Meeting on Investment and Development, 10.2.-11.2.2009, Geneva.

China, Tibet, Human Rights, and the Big Money
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
Christine Kaufmann was interviewed on the issue of transnational corporations and human rights violations in China. DRS 2, Kontext, 21.04.2008 (in German)

Banks and Human Rights
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
Christine Kaufmann was interviewed on the issue of whether banks can violate human rights through their lending policies. DRS 2, Kontext, 14.06.2007 (in German)

Vanderbilt Symposium on Food Security
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
Liberalizing Trade in Agriculture and Food Security - Mission Impossible? Liberalizing Trade in Agriculture and Food Security - Mission Impossible? 16 February 2007

Menschenrechtspolitik und freier Handel - ein Widerspruch?
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
Menschenrechtspolitik und freier Handel - ein Widerspruch? Menschenrechtspolitik und freier Handel - ein Widerspruch? NZZ-article, 9 September 2006, Nr. 209, p. 75.

Richtig strafen
Written by Kaufmann Christine   
Richtig strafen Richtig strafen, Interview with Prof. Kaufmann by Roger Nickl, UNIMAGAZIN Nr. 1/06, pp. 16-18, University of Zurich.

Korruption im Handel und die Menschenrechte: Ein heikles Abwägen
Written by Nadakavukaren-Schefer Krista   
Korruption im Handel und die Menschenrechte: Ein heikles Abwägen Korruption im Handel und die Menschenrechte: Ein heikles Abwägen, UniPress, April 2008, pp. 9-10, University of Bern.

A Social Clause in the EFTA-Indian FTA?
Written by Nadakavukaren Schefer Krista   
Krista Nadakavukaren Schefer was interviewed on the desirability of a social clause in the EFTA-India Free Trade Agreement. DRS 1, Echo der Zeit, 15.01.2008, at 24' (in German)

Macroeconomics, Poverty Reduction Strategies and Women
Written by Nadakavukaren Schefer Krista   
Macroeconomics, Poverty Reductions Strategies and Women Macroeconomics, Poverty Reductions Strategies and Women by Krista Nadakavukaren-Schefer

What is Trade and Human Rights? The Legal Viewpoint
Written by Nadakavukaren Schefer Krista   
What is trade and human rights? What is Trade and Human Rights?

The Democratic Implications Arising From the Intersection of Investment Arbitration and Human Rights
Written by Choudhury Barnali   
At the Conference International Law and Democratic Theory run by the American Society of International Law, the Canadian Council on International Law, the Asian Society of International Law and the Australia-New Zealand Council of International Law. Faculty of Law, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 12-13 September 2008.

New Voices in Human Rights - Gendered Implications of International Trade Policies
Written by Choudhury Barnali   
American Associations of Law Schools, Annual Conference, New York (January 2008)

World Trade Forum Session: "Food Aid and Aid for Trade"
Written by Heri Simone   
Presentation Food Aid Food Aid and Aid for Trade, presented at the World Trade Forum, 26-27 September 2008, WTI Berne

Human Rights Impact Assessments of Trade-Related Rules and Policies
Written by Heri Simone   
Human Rights Impact Assessment of Trade-Related Rules and Policies: Case Study of the Right to Food Human Rights Impact Assessment of Trade-Related Rules and Policies: Case Study of the Right to Food PhD-Outline, presented at the SNSF Site Visit, 6 July 2007
PhD Summary (1 page) PhD Summary (1 page)

Liberalizing Trade in Agriculture and Women's Human Rights
Written by Heri Simone   
Liberlaizing Trade in Agriculture and Women's Human Rights Liberalizing Trade in Agriculture and Women's Human Rights presented at the Workshop on Trade and Gender, 23 June 2007



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