Amrita Bahri is Assistant Professor of International Trade Law at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México and Co-Chair Professor for the WTO Chair Program (Mexico). Amrita is the Founding Chair of the International Trade and Investment Law Research Group (Law Schools Global League, LSGL) and Founding Member of the South Asian International Economic Law Network (SAIELN). She has a PhD in International Trade Law from the University of Birmingham and an LLM in International Business Law from the London School of Economics.
Amrita has published in the areas of international trade law, WTO dispute settlement, public private partnership for capacity-building in emerging economies, regional trade and gender justice. She has authored the monograph Public Private Partnership for WTO Dispute Settlement: Enabling Developing Countries (2018). Her academic articles have been published in prestigious journals including the Journal of International Economic Law, World Trade Review, Journal of World Trade, Trade, Law & Development, Global Trade & Customs Journal, and the Journal of International Trade Law & Policy. Working with ITC's team, Amrita has designed the very first framework to measure gender-responsiveness of free trade agreements. She explains this framework in ITC's policy paper titled Mainstreaming Gender in Free Trade Agreements.
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