Centre for Law, Regulation and Governance of the Global Economy
The Centre for Law, Regulation and Governance of the Global Economy (GLOBE) is a research and public engagement centre located at the School of Law, University of Warwick. Its members seek to engage with Warwick and external scholars interested in collaborating in related fields of scholarship.
The centre brings together staff and postgraduate students working in areas of international economic law, business and commercial law, corporate governance and financial regulation. It provides a platform for coordinating, facilitating and publicising the research and policy-related activities of colleagues as well as hosting external scholars, policymakers and early career researchers in related fields at Warwick. The centre also acts as a focal point for teaching and research on itsspecialised postgraduate taught and research degree programmes.
The centre broadly embraces the Warwick Law School contextual and interdisciplinary approach to law, governance and regulation that situates questions of substantive law, policy and regulation within a broader social, economic and political environment.
The research, policy and teaching interests of its members include the following:
- international trade law;
- international investment law;
- comparative private law;
- international business transactions;
- international and comparative tax law and policy;
- global intellectual property rights;
- law of natural resources;
- climate change and environmental law;
- international law and sustainable development;
- international financial regulation;
- company law and corporate governance;
- global competition law;
- and international arbitration.