Author: Ollino Alice
Number Of Pages: 336
Details: Product Description
Due diligence obligations are typically described by scholars and practitioners as ‘elusive’, ‘weak’, and difficult to pin down in the abstract. Challenging these assumptions, this book offers a systematic reconstruction of the foundations of due diligence obligations of states and explores their nature, rationale, content and scope of operation in international law. Tackling due diligence from a general perspective, this book seeks to complement scholarly studies on public international law obligations and their theory. This book will be relevant for academics, practitioners, graduate students across international law and anyone seeking to better conceptualise due diligence under international law and understand how due diligence obligations are operationalised in practice.
This book discusses the conceptual foundations of due diligence obligations and their normative function in the law of international responsibility.
About the Author
Dr. Alice Ollino (Ph.D, LLM) is a postdoctoral fellow in public international law at the University of Milano-Bicocca. She is the recipient of the 2019 European Society of International Law Young Scholar Prize. She undertook her doctoral studies at the University of Milano-Bicocca and has published on public international law issues in national and international peer-reviewed journals.
Release Date: 03-03-2022
Package Dimensions: 19x229x590