He is particularly interested in the international rules applying to the process of establishment of foreign investments in services.
A central reason for the rise in corruption in the uk over the past years has been the failure of the government to incorporate regional and international anti-corruption conventions adequately into national legislation.
He is analyzing the general agreement on trade in services – gats, investment treaty provisions and investment arbitration cases.
Funded by the capes foundation in brazil, his research aims at exploring the fascinating interaction between international trade law and international investment law in light of new trends.
Brazilian bar associationcentre for law, economics and societysociety of international economic lawamerican society of international lawucl journal of law & jurisprudence (board member).