Giuseppe Bianco

Doctoral Research Fellow - Department of Private Law
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Giuseppe is a PhD Fellow in co-tutelle at the University of Oslo and at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

His thesis deals with the role of international law in sovereign debt restructurings. His supervisors are Professor Mads Andenas (University of Oslo) and Professor Hélène Ruiz Fabri (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Director of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg).

Background

Giuseppe graduated in Law from the University of Pisa, and obtained masters in general international law and international economic law at Université Panthéon-Sorbonne. He holds diplomas from the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa and the Ecole normale supérieure of Paris, and was a Visiting Scholar at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law of the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of the Centre for Studies and Research of The Hague Academy of International Law. Member of the Editorial Board of “SIDIBlog”, the blog of the Italian Society of International Law. Trainee at the G20 Sherpa Office of the OECD in 2013. Winner of the 2009 Sperduti moot court on European Human Rights Law. Judge at the Spanish national rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition 2014.

Research interests

  • Public international law
  • International economic law
  • Investment law and arbitration
  • Financial regulation
  • European Union Law

Publications

  • Bianco, Giuseppe (2016). Strengths and Weaknesses of the ESMA-SEC Supervisory Cooperation, In Mads Andenæs & Gudula Deipenbrock (ed.),  Regulating and Supervising European Financial Markets.  Springer.  ISBN 978-3-319-32174-5.  Chapter.
  • Bianco, Giuseppe (2015). EU Financial Stability Mechanisms: Few Certainties, Many Lingering Doubts. European Business Law Review.  ISSN 0959-6941.  26(3), s 451- 471
  • Bianco, Giuseppe (2015). Publication of information at the commencement of arbitral proceedings, In Dimitrij Euler; Markus Gehring & Maxi Scherer (ed.),  Transparency in International Investment Arbitration. A Guide to the UNCITRAL Standard on Transparency in Treaty-Based Investor-State Arbitration.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107077935.  Chapter 2.  s 64 - 90
  • Bianco, Giuseppe (2014). Collective Action Clauses in the Eurozone: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back. European Journal of Law Reform.  ISSN 1387-2370.  16(4)
  • Bianco, Giuseppe & Fontanelli, Filippo (2014). Enhancing the International Monetary Fund’s Compliance with Human Rights – The Issue of Accountability, In Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky & Jernej Letnar Cernic (ed.),  Making Sovereign Financing and Human Rights Work.  Hart Publishing Ltd.  ISBN 9781849464383.  Chapter.
  • Bianco, Giuseppe & Martinico, Giuseppe (2014). Dialogue or Disobedience? On the Domestic Effects of the ECHR in Light of the Kamberaj Decision. European Public Law.  ISSN 1354-3725.  20(3)
  • Fontanelli, Filippo & Bianco, Giuseppe (2014). Converging towards NAFTA: An analysis of FTA investment chapters in the European Union and the United States. Stanford journal of international law.  ISSN 0731-5082.  50(2), s 211- 246
  • Bianco, Giuseppe (2013). The Bitter End of Sovereign Debt Restructurings: The Abaclat v. Argentina Arbitration and the Eurozone Crisis. Legal Issues of Economic Integration.  ISSN 1566-6573.  40(4), s 315- 337
  • Bianco, Giuseppe & Euler, Dimitrij (2013). Breaking the Bond: Vulture Funds and Investment Arbitration. ASA Bulletin.  ISSN 1010-9153.  31(3), s 558- 582
  • Bianco, Giuseppe & Martinico, Giuseppe (2013). Il rapporto fra ordinamenti spagnolo e europeo alla luce del caso Iberdrola. Rivista Italiana di Dritto Pubblico Comunitario.  ISSN 1121-404X.  23(5-6)
  • Bianco, Giuseppe & Ragues, Tatum (2013). Proportionality to balance trade in services and fundamental rights between the European Court of Justice and national courts, In Mihai Banu; Giuseppe Martinico & Mihai Sandru (ed.),  Dealing with EU Law. The Role of National Courts in the Interpretation and Application of European Union Law.  Editura Universitara.  ISBN 978-606-591-749-1.  Chapter No. 4.  s 87 - 113

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