Philip Hainbach was a second year PhD student in international law at the University Melbourne, and a visiting researcher in the Global Governance unit from October to December 2017. While at the WZB he conducted research on the relationship and interaction of specialized legal regimes. In particular he focussed on the regimes of international trade and investment law and how they accommodate the political concerns and countervailing interests of climate change mitigation objectives.
Hainbach, Philip (2018) "The CJEU’s Opinion 2/15 and the Future of EU Investment Policy and Law-Making", Legal Issues of Economic Integration, Vol. 45, No. 2, S. 199-209.
Hainbach, Philip (2016) "The EU’s Approach to Investor-State Arbitration in the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)", Transnational Dispute Management 1 (2016) – CETA Special Issue