When official treaty negotiations end, unofficial negotiations begin. Changes made during “legal scrubbing” can turn the original deal on its head as this text-as-data analysis shows.Read More »
Wolfgang's research focuses on the computational analysis of international economic law. He holds a PhD in international law from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, a JSM from Stanford Law School, a Master degree in international affairs from the Graduate Institute as well as an LLB from the University of London and a BA in international relations from the University of Dresden. Prior to concentrating on his PhD studies, Wolfgang worked for several years as an individual contractor for UNCTAD’s Section on International Investment Agreements. Wolfgang has published in leading peer-reviewed journals and his areas of interest include international investment law and arbitration, WTO law, regional trade agreements, international dispute settlement, law & economics and empirical analysis of law.