I joined the School of Economics and Business Science (SEBS) in 2006 and have been engaged in teaching econometrics at both under-grad and post-grad levels. I also offer a Masters level course on Development Economics. I am currently the Course-Coordinator of the Masters course in Economics at SEBS. My research interests are in Development economics and International Capital Flows.
Bilateral investment treaties have been a source of political controversy in recent years. This is clear from the alarming increase in the number of disputes between investors and governments. The treaties create an...