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Skip to main content. International economic relations. International institutions International institutions Information on the EU's international relations and participation with numerous international organisations. International development aid International development aid The EU is the largest donor of development aid in the world as well as the biggest contributor of climate finance.

Enlargement and neighbouring countries Enlargement and neighbouring countries Enlargement. Neighbouring countries of the EU. Globalisation and the EU economy Globalisation and the EU economy Technological progress, lower transport costs and policy liberalisation in the European Union and elsewhere have led to increasing trade and financial flows between countries.

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We welcome works in progress from emerging scholars and practitioners, as well as work from parts of the world not typically well- represented at such conferences, such as from developing countries and countries with emerging economies. There will be plenary and concurrent panels.

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Each panel will be moderated. Commentators may be invited to react to papers. The Conference Committee may add further panels to ensure coverage of all main issues and areas of international economic law. Submission Procedure and Instructions. The organizers reserve the right to accept panel proposals subject to conditions regarding the size and composition of the panel and the variety of topics covered during a single panel discussion.

Similarly, if your panel proposal is accepted and it later turns out that one or more of your speakers cannot attend, SIEL will determine who, if anyone, should fill the open slot. We will make this determination in consultation with the panel organizer, but the remaining panelists should not take it upon themselves to fill any vacancies. We generally do not permit individuals to serve on multiple panels.

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If you submit a paper proposal and are also listed in a panel proposal, we will consider both proposals, but reserve the right to choose which proposal is the better fit for the overall composition of the conference programme. The SIEL conference committee anticipates announcing the results of this call for papers and panel proposals by February Conference papers will be made available to conference participants prior to the conference. Accepted papers from paper and panel proposals must be submitted by 7 June , in order to ensure the dissemination of papers among conference attendees.

Conference Fees, Costs and Financial Support. Conference fees and associated attendance costs will be kept as low as possible.

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All conference participants, including speakers, must be able to cover their own travel, accommodation and attendance costs. SIEL offers a limited number of need-based scholarships for scholars from developing countries for its conference. Preference will be given to scholars from least-developed countries.