Nokuhle Madolo Provides African Perspectives in International Economic Law
New from Siber Ink, International Economic Law: The Voices of Africa:
To take Africa from the edge to the centre of the global economy, it is critical to engage African voices in policy discussions on the global political economy. With Africa’s projected economic importance in the future and South Africa’s prominent role in the G-20 and BRICS, it is vital that this part of the world is involved in restructuring the rules and principles of international economic law. This book examines themes dealing with cross border trade, investment, development and finance issues.
About the author
Nokuhle Madolo was appointed Senior Researcher at the Mandela Institute in December 2009. She holds an LLM in resources law and policy from the University of Dundee in the United Kingdom. She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of the Witwatersrand. She maintains a special focus in the field of International Economic Law and Policy and has served as Legal and Policy Adviser to governments and a number of mining companies and also has extensive experience in the development of mineral investment and mining policy. She is a member of the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL), founding member the African International Economic Law Network (AfIELN) and now vice chairperson of the AfIELN Committee.
- International Economic Law edited by Nokuhle Madolo
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