Emerging Scholars Papers

The IILJ has been publishing the Emerging Scholars Papers as a sub-series of the IILJ Working Papers since 2007. They collect outstanding scholarly work of aspiring NYU law students.

Emerging Scholars Papers are issued at the responsibility of their authors, and do not
reflect views of NYU, the IILJ, or associated personnel.

IILJ Emerging Scholars Paper 18 (2010)

Non-Discrimination and the Pillars of International Economic Law

Nicolas Diebold

IILJ Emerging Scholars Paper 17 (2010)

Accountability in the Generation of Governance Indicators

Nikhil Dutta

IILJ Emerging Scholars Paper 13 (2009)

The Regulation of Political Parties in Post-Conflict Societies

Tara Mikkilineni

IILJ Emerging Scholars Paper 12 (2008)

A New Approach to Foreign Aid: A Case Study of the Millennium Challenge Account

Margaret Dennis

IILJ Emerging Scholars Paper 10 (2008)

Armed Groups in Peace Processes: Who Gets a Seat at the Negotiating Table?

Zoe Salzman

IILJ Emerging Scholars Paper 7 (2008)

Democratizing the Media

Emily Berman

IILJ Emerging Scholars Paper 6 (2007)

A Call to Freedom: Toward a Philosophy of International Law in an Era of Fragmentation

Alexandra Khrebtukova

IILJ Emerging Scholars Paper 5 (2007)

Delegation to Private Actors: A Case Study of the Clean Development Mechanism

Jessica F. Green