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International economic law and non-economic values: a critical approach

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Date de l'événement : jeudi 17 février 2022 12:30 - 13:30
Lieu : online event: registration via Eventbrite (the link to the online seminar will be shared with you in the confirmation mail for your registration)

Sustainability Lunchtime Seminars: Where Environmental Law Meets Economic Law


This contribution will analyze the neoliberal biases behind International Economic Law (IEL) that make it blind to non-economic values. Following a Gramscian approach, IEL tends to hegemony via the separation of the economic dimension from a social and political ensemble. Much the contrary, all the debates around the idea of sustainability tend to converge on the assumption that environmental and climate challenges demand to unite these different dimensions. Different questions will be explored: is it possible to keep on thinking IEL in this hegemonic way in the Anthropocene? Is a counter-hegemonic voice possible to reshape IEL?


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