Viesprofesori un vieslektori

Ioannis Kampourakis PhD

Tiesību filozofija. Juridiskās metodes

PhD in Law (Free University of Berlin, 2019)
Master’s Degree (Université Paris I – Sorbonne, 2015)
Law Degree (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2012)

Nozīmīgākā profesionālā pieredze

  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam (2021-present)
  • Postdoctoral Associate, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford (2019-2021).
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics, Tel Aviv University (2019-2020).
  • Career Development Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford (2018-2019).
  • Doctoral Fellow, Freie Universität Berlin (2015-2018).

Aktuālais pētniecības darbs

  • Legal Theory, including law and political economy, critical legal realism, legal pluralism, and socio-legal theory.
  • Sustainability and Transnational Economic Governance, including the governance of Global Value Chains, transnational private regulation, transparency regulation, Corporate Social Responsibility, and sustainable finance.
  • Human Rights, including business and human rights, social rights, and theories of human rights.

Galvenās publikācijas

  • 'The Postmodern Legal Ordering of the Economy' (2020) Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies (Forthcoming).
  • 'Protecting National Security Whistleblowers in the U.S. and in the European Court of Human Rights: The Limits of Balancing and the Social Value of Public Disclosures' (2020) 46(2) Yale Journal of International Law (Forthcoming).
  • 'Empiricism, Constructivism, and Grand Theory in Sociological Approaches to Law: The Case of Transnational Private Regulation' (2020) 21(7) German Law Journal (Forthcoming).
  • 'CSR and Social Rights: Juxtaposing Societal Constitutionalism and Rights-Based Approaches Imposing Human Rights Obligations on Corporations' (2019) 9(3) Goettingen Journal of International Law 537.
  • Book review: 'Moyn, Samuel, Not Enough: Human Rights in an Unequal World' (2020) 83(1) Modern Law Review 229.