publications

publi-cations

2022

Articles and working papers

Mira Burri, ‘Approaches to Digital Trade and Data Flow Regulation across Jurisdictions: Implications for the Future EU–ASEAN Agreement’, Legal Issues of Economic Integration 49 (2022), 149–168

Mira Burri, ‘A WTO Agreement on Electronic Commerce: An Enquiry into its Substance and Viability’, Trade Law 4.0 Working Paper No 1/2021 (forthcoming Georgetown Journal of International Law 53 (2022))

Kholofelo Kugler, ‘The Impact of Data Localisation Laws on Trade in Africa’, Mandela Institute Policy Brief 8 (2022)

Book chapters

Mira Burri, ‘Digitaler Handel’, in G. Kübek, C.J. Tams, J.P. Terhechte (eds) Handels- und Kooperationsvertrag EU/GB Handbuch, Nomos, forthcoming 2022 (with Irion)

Mira Burri, ‘Fake News in Times of Pandemic and Beyond: Exploring of the Rationales for Regulating Information Platforms’, K. Mathis and A. Tor (eds) Law and Economics of the Coronavirus Crisis (Berlin: Springer, forthcoming 2022)

Mira Burri, ‘Adapting Trade Rules for the Age of Big Data’, in A. Taubman and J. Watal (eds) Trade in Knowledge: Intellectual Property, Trade and Development in a Transformed Global Economy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press and World Trade Organization, 2022)

Expert reports

Mira Burri, ‘Exploring the Potential of a Future EU-Japan Digital Partnership for Trade Governance’, Report for the Elcano Royal Institute, 25 March 2022

Blog posts

María Vásquez Callo-Müller and Iryna Bogdanova, ‘What Is the Role of Unilateral Cyber Sanctions in the Context of the Global Cybersecurity Law-Making?’, Völkerrechtsblog, 10 May 2022

María Vásquez Callo-Müller and Iryna Bogdanova, ‘Unilateral Cyber Sanctions and Global Cybersecurity Law-Making’, Opinio Juris, 24 January 2022

Presentations

Kholofelo Kluger, ‘Are data localisation requirements effective tools for achieving economic development in Africa?’, Linking Climate Change, Digitalisation and Sustainability: Turning Foresights into Action in Times of Crisis, World Trade Institute (WTI), University of Bern, 6 May 2022

María Vásquez Callo-Müller, ‘FTAS’ Contribution Towards a More Flexible Copyright Space: Possibilities and Limits’, Annual Meeting and Symposium of the Global Expert Network on Copyright User Rights, American University Washington College of Law – Program on Information Justice & Intellectual Property, 21 April 2022

Mira Burri, ‘Digital Technology as a Reshaper of Global Trade Law’, Law and Economics Conference, Lucerne, 8 April 2022

Mira Burri, ‘Cross-Border Data Flows and Privacy in Global Trade Law: Has Trade Trumped Data Protection?’, New Frontiers in Trade Workshop, Oxford and online, 6 April 2022

Mira Burri, ‘Policy, Regulatory and Legislative Frameworks for Digital Trade and Data Flows’, TRADE IN KNOWLEDGE Book launch, Geneva and online, 31 March 2022

María Vásquez Callo-Müller and Iryna Bogdanova, ‘Unilateral cyber sanctions and global cybersecurity law-making’, ESIL Research Forum: International Law and Global Security Regulating an Illusion, University of Glasgow, 31 March 2022

Mira Burri, ‘Current Developments in Global Digital Trade Regulation: What Role for the WTO?’, keynote for the EU Delegation to the WTO, Divonne-les-Bains, 30 March 2022

María Vásquez Callo-Müller and Iryna Bogdanova, ‘Unilateral Cyber Sanctions and Global Cybersecurity Governance’, 11th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference: Strengthening Global Governance through International Law: Challenges and Opportunities, University of Cambridge, 26 March 2022

Mira Burri, ‘The Potential of an EU-Japan Digital Partnership for Digital Trade Governance’, Elcano Royal Institute, Madrid and online, 17 February 2022

2021

Articles and working papers

Mira Burri, ‘A WTO Agreement on Electronic Commerce: An Enquiry into its Substance and Viability’, Trade Law 4.0 Working Paper No 1/2021

Mira Burri, ‘Governing “European values” inside Data Flows: Interdisciplinary Perspectives’, Internet Policy Review 10 (2021) (with Irion, Kolk and Milan), doi.org/10.14763/2021.3.1582

Mira Burri, ‘Digital Transformation: Heralding in a New Era for International Trade Law’, Trade,
Law and Development
13 (2021), 38–62

Mira Burri, ‘Interfacing Privacy and Trade’, Case Western Journal of International Law 53 (2021),
35–88

Mira Burri, ‘Towards a New Treaty on Digital Trade’, Journal of World Trade 55 (2021), 77–100.

Iryna Bogdanova and María Vásquez Callo-Müller, ‘Unilateral Cyber Sanctions: Between Questioned Legality and Normative Value’, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 54 (2021), 911-954

Edited books and special issues

Mira Burri, Governing European Values inside Data Flows, special issue, Internet Policy Review 10 (2021) (with Irion, Kolk and Milan)

Book chapters

Mira Burri, ‘Digital Trade: In Search of Appropriate Regulation’, in F. E. De La Rosa et al. (eds) Justice, Trade, Security and Individual Freedoms in the Digital Society (London: Thompson/Reuters, 2021), 213–247

Mira Burri, ‘Data Flows versus Data Protection: Mapping Existing Reconciliation Models in Global Trade Law’, K. Mathis and A. Tor (eds) The Law and Economics of Regulation (Berlin: Springer, 2021), 129–158

Mira Burri, ‘Data Flows and Global Trade Law’, in M. Burri (ed), Big Data and Global Trade Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021), 11–41

Mira Burri, ‘Big Data and Global Trade Law: An Introduction’, in M. Burri (ed) Big Data and Global Trade Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021), 1–8

Presentations

Mira Burri, ‘Digital Trade Developments in FTAs’, UNESCAP-UNCTAD Global Course on Negotiating Regional Trade Agreements for Trade in Times of Crisis and Pandemic, Geneva and webinar, 14 December 2021

Mira Burri, ‘Digital Trade Governance. The Approaches of Canada and the United States’, Queen’s Institute for Trade Policy, Canada, webinar, 19 November 2021

Mira Burri, ‘Data Governance in Trade Agreements: Evolution, Trends and Inequalities’, Ringvorlesung, University of Lucerne, 18 November 2021

Mira Burri, ‘Cross-Border Data Flows and Data Protection in Trade Agreements’, ASIL Research Forum, ASIL Midyear Meeting, Miami and online, 11 November 2021

Mira Burri, ‘Data, Trade and Regulation’, Conference ‘Towards Inclusive Digital Trade: Data, Development, and Trust’, organized by the USTR and Georgetown Law, Washington, DC and online, 3 November 2021

Mira Burri, ‘EU’s Digital Trade Policies’, World Trade Forum, organized by the EUI and WTI, Florence, 14 October 2021

Mira Burri, ‘Digital Governance’, Workshop on Regulating the Global Digital Economy, University of Oxford, 13 September 2021