Dr. Sivan Agon Shlomo

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Dr. Sivan Agon Shlomo
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Research

Research interests: 

International economic law, international trade, international courts, dispute settlement, global governance, and empirical legal studies.

 

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Publications

Articles and Book Chapters

Sivan Shlomo Agon, Is Compliance the Name of the Effectiveness Game? Goal-Shifting and the Real-Life Dynamics of Judicial Effectiveness at the WTO, World Trade Review (forthcoming 2016).

Sivan Shlomo Agon, Noncompliance, Renegotiation and Justice in International Adjudication: A WTO-EU Perspective, Global Constitutionalism (forthcoming 2016).

Sivan Shlomo Agon, Clearing the Smoke: The Legitimation of Judicial Power at the WTO, 49(4) Journal of World Trade 539 (2015).

Sivan Shlomo Agon, Is it All about Compliance: Towards a Multidimensional Goal-Based Approach for Analyzing the Effectiveness of the WTO DSS, 108 American Society of International Law Proceedings (2015).

Sivan Shlomo Agon & Yuval Shany, The Effectiveness of the WTO Dispute Settlement System, in Yuval Shany, Assessing the Effectiveness of International Courts: A Goal-Based Approach (Oxford University Press, 2014).

Books

Sivan Shlomo Agon, Judicial Effectiveness and the WTO Dispute Settlement System, under contract with Oxford University Press, International Economic Law Series

Resume

Dr. Sivan Shlomo has been a member of the Faculty since 2015. She received her PhD in law from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and holds an LLM from Northwestern University, and an LLM and LLB from Tel Aviv University. Shlomo Agon teaches and researches in the fields of international economic law, international trade, international courts, dispute settlement, global governance, and empirical legal studies. She was an Emile Noël Fellow at the Jean Monnet Centre for International and Regional Economic Law at New York University and a Visiting Scholar at the World Trade Organization. She is a recipient of various prize and awards, including a Fulbright Scholarship, the Fulbright Alumni Prize, the Jean Monnet Scholarship, and the Sarah Wolf Foundation Award. Her publications include, among others: The Law of Strangers: The Form and Substance of Other-Regarding International Adjudication, University of Toronto Law Journal (forthcoming 2018, with Eyal Benvenisti); Is Compliance the Name of the Effectiveness Game? Goal-Shifting and the Real-Life Dynamics of Judicial Effectiveness at the WTO, 15 World Trade Review 671 (2016); and Clearing the Smoke: The Legitimation of Judicial Power at the WTO, 49(4) Journal of World Trade 539 (2015). Her book Judicial Effectiveness and the WTO Dispute Settlement System is forthcoming at Oxford University Press.