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‘REWARDING IN INTERNATIONAL LAW’
Professor Anne van Aaken (University of Hamburg)
April, 20 at 4:10 p.m. (Moscow time)
Meeting ID: 711 1453 7745
The question of why states comply with international law has long been at the forefront of international law and international relations scholarship. The compliance discussion has largely focused on negative incentives for states to comply. We argue that there is another, undertheorized mechanism: rewarding. We provide a typology as well as illustrations of how rewards can be applied. Furthermore, we explore the rationale, the potential, and the limitations of rewarding, drawing on rationalist as well as psychological approaches. Both give ample arguments to make more use of rewarding in international law.
About the speaker:
Anne van Aaken (Dr. iur. and MA Economics) is Alexander von Humboldt Professor for Law and Economics, Legal Theory, Public International Law and European Law, University of Hamburg. She was Professor at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland from 2006-2018. She was Vice-President of the European Society of International Law and of the European Association of Law and Economics, and is the Chair of the European University Institute Research Council. She is co-editor of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement (OUP) and a member of the editorial boards i.a. of the American Journal of International Law (CUP), European Journal of International Law (OUP), and International Theory (OUP). She has been consultant for the IBRD, OECD, UNCTAD, GIZ. She is currently working on behavioural economics/psychology of International Law and International Legal Theory (a book forthcoming with OUP) and has published widely in most renowned journals.
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