Taylor St John
Taylor St John is a Researcher at PluriCourts (2022-5) on leave from her permanent position at the School of International Relations, University of St Andrews. At PluriCourts, she co-leads the Compliance Politics of International Investment Disputes (COPIID) project.
She was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at PluriCourts (2016-8) before joining St Andrews, and before that a Fellow in International Political Economy at the London School of Economics (2015-6), and researcher at the Global Economic Governance Programme, University of Oxford (DPhil 2015).
Roberts, Anthea, and Taylor St John. 2022. Complex Designers and Emergent Design: Reforming the Investment Treaty System. American Journal of International Law 116 (1): 96-149.
Larsson, Olof, Theresa Squatrito, Øyvind Stiansen, and Taylor St John. 2022. Selection and Appointment in International Adjudication: Insights from Political Science. Journal of International Dispute Settlement, forthcoming.
Berge, Tarald, and Taylor St John. 2021. Asymmetric Diffusion: World Bank 'Best Practice' and the Spread of Arbitration in National Investment Laws. Review of International Political Economy 28 (3): 584-610.
St John, Taylor. 2018. The Rise of Investor-State Arbitration: Politics, Law, and Unintended Consequences. Oxford: Oxford University Press.