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Special Lecture on Global Society I

Multilateral Financial Institutions: Rules and Practice - by the General Counsel of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in Beijing
This course focuses on the nature, roles and operations of multilateral financial institutions (more commonly known as international financial institutions (IFIs)) in the architecture of international development and rule-making. A variety of such IFIs are examined, including Bretton Woods institutions, other global financial organizations and specialized agencies of the United Nations, and major regional development banks.
Students, through this course, are expected to achieve a conceptual foundation of understanding the rules and practice of the IFIs, and practical apprehension of how such rules and practice are developed and applied in reality. Students will also be encouraged to consider practical solutions to factors that can impede the effective and efficient delivery of the development mandate of the IFIs.
This course also offers an opportunity for students to learn from experienced practitioners how to start and develop a career in IFIs and the key characteristics of international civil service system.
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31D350-0401A
GAS-GS6A40L3
Special Lecture on Global Society I
SANDERS Gerard
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授業計画
Week One: 1 – 5 February Part One: Introduction Session 1: Lecture – Origin & Evolution Session 2: Lecture – Multilateral Financial Institutions as Intergovernmental Organizations Session 3: Seminar – Relevance of IFIs in the 21st Century Week Two: 8 – 12 February Part Two: Participants & Participation Session 4: Lecture – Membership & Governance Session 5: Lecture – Internal Administration & External Stakeholders Session 6: Seminar – IFIs: Power-based to Rules-based? Week Three: 11 – 19 February Part Three: Funding & Financing Session 7: Lecture – Funding of Multilateral Financial Institutions Session 8: Lecture – Financing for Development Session 9: Seminar – “Unfair” Competition with Private Sector Players on the Market? Week Four: 22 – 26 February Part Four: Challenges and Conclusions Session 10: Lecture – Challenges Fragmentation vs Cooperation
授業の方法
Mr Gerard J. Sanders joined the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as General Counsel in August 2016. Previously, he was General Counsel at the International Fund for Agricultural Development, a specialized agency of the United Nations, working at its headquarters in Rome. Prior to that, Mr Sanders held various positions at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development working in its principal office in London, most recently as Deputy General Counsel. Earlier in his career, Mr Sanders worked for law firms in Wellington, Washington, D.C. and Amsterdam and in a corporate legal role in London. Mr Sanders graduated B.Com., LL.B. from the University of Otago, New Zealand, and has graduate law degrees from Victoria University of Wellington and Harvard Law School. He is qualified to practice law in New Zealand, the State of Victoria, Australia, and England and Wales. Mr Sanders is a Chartered Accountant (Australia and New Zealand), a Senior Fellow of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment, a member of the Law Society of England and Wales and a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. Mr Sanders is Adjunct Professor at Peking University Law School, Visiting Professor at China University of Political Science and Law and Professorial Fellow at Queen Mary, University of London. He is Founding Editor of Law in Transition and General Editor of the AIIB Yearbook of International Law. Mr Sanders has written extensively on the law of multilateral financial institutions, law and development and legal reform in developing countries. His most recent article, "The Rule of Law on the Silk Road: History, Culture, Perspectives", was published in November 2019 by the Harvard International Law Journal. A part of this course will be co-taught with Dr Xuan Gao, Chief Counsel, Institutional, AIIB and Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Manchester Journal of International Economic Law.
成績評価方法
Class Participation, Presentation, Examination (Term Paper)
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履修上の注意
Intensive Course to be held in February 2021. Some classes will be held as open seminars.