IGIR's research examines the policy, economic, and legal structures and processes through which the international economic system is regulated, focusing on the role that emerging economies such as India, China and Brazil play in the re-ordering of international regulation. To that end, IGIR collaborates with partners in emerging economies and recruits Fellows and PhDs from these regions.
IGIR research is applied to both traditional academic settings and policy discussions in Europe and in international realm, contributing to better-informed discussions and outcomes. IGIR Fellows publish articles and books, produce policy briefs in collaboration with non-academic partners such as NGOs and think tanks, and carry out research for international institutions and governments in the form of studies and briefs for policymakers.
IGIR research lines
IGIR organizes its research according to five research themes and one regional theme (Asia).
IGIR research centres around the following research lines
Research line 1
International and European Economic Law and PolicyDit is er niet
Research line 2
International and European Trade and Investment LawDit is er niet
Research line 3
International and European Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge ManagementDit is er niet