Mr E.D. (Enrico) Partiti LLM
Faculty of Law
T.M.C. Asser Instituut
Schimmelpennincklaan 20-22 's-Gravenhage
2517 JN 's-Gravenhage
Enrico Partiti's research focuses on the interaction between international and European trade law on the one hand and societal concerns on the other, with a particular attention for the need and possibility for public regulation of ethical labels (fair trade, eco-labels, etc.) in EU and WTO law. His research is supervised by prof. Pieter Jan Kuijper in cooperation with dr. Jim Mathis (ACIL) and dr. Annette Schrauwen (ACELG) and is situated both within ACELG and ACIL, the Amsterdam Center for International Law.
Enrico Partiti obtained an Advanced LL.M. in International and European Economic Law at Maastricht University (2011) after having obtained a Master's in International Relations from the University of Turin (2009), both with honours. He writes and contributes to Meridiani Relazioni Internazionali , an Italian-language website on international politics and geopolitics, and worked as an intern at the International Trade Department of the Italian Consulate General in Chicago.
- Partiti, E. (2013). The Appellate Body Report in US-Tuna II and its impact on eco-labelling and standardization. Legal Issues of Economic Integration, 40(1), 73-94. [details]
- Partiti, E. D. (2017). Public play upon private standards: How European and international economic law enter into voluntary regimes for sustainability [details / files]
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