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Georgios D. Pavlidis

Position

Associate Professor Of International And European Economic Law

Jean Monnet Chair

Coordinator in Greek Law

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Dr. Georgios Pavlidis is Associate Professor of International and EU Economic Law at the School of Law of Neapolis University in Cyprus. Since 2020, he is holder of a Jean Monnet Chair funded by the European Union (Project: “Tracing Criminal Assets in the European Union”). Before joining NUP, he has worked as academic assistant at the University of Geneva, the University of Piraeus and the International Hellenic University. He is attorney-at-law in Greece and graduate of the Law School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, with doctoral and postgraduate studies in Switzerland, France, the U.S. and the U.K. (Doctorat, LL.M., LL.M.).

Recent conferences and workshops:

  • UCLouvain, Université de Liège, Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Association Internationale de Droit Économique, Conference : “Emerging countries at the heart of the major global balances”, 25-26 November 2021. Title of contribution: “Dealing with a Sovereign Debt Pandemic in the Era of Deglobalization and Global Imbalances”.
  • Bocconi University, Milan / Italy & the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL), Seventh Biennial SIEL Global Conference: “Rethinking Global Economic Governance”, 7-9 July 2021. Title of contribution: “International Regulation of Stablecoins and Money Laundering”.
  • Asser Institute – Centre for International & European Law, CLEER Conference on Informal Law-Making in EU External Relations Law, 8 April 2021. Title of contribution: «Revisiting the EU Policy on High-Risk Third Countries: Informal Arrangements and Synergies with the FATF Listing Process»
  • Invited AML Expert, Digital Currency Global Initiative, Stanford University/ITU, Policy and Governance Working Group Workshop, 31 March 2021.
  • University of Zurich, 2nd Geneva-Zurich Seminar on Sustainable Finance, “Sustainable Finance and Digitalisation”, 25 March 2021. Title of contribution: «Digitalization and Standardization of Green Bonds: The Case of Extra-Financial Reporting»
  • Invited speaker at the “2021 Nanjing Forum”, organized by the UNESCO Chair on Peace Studies, Nanjing University, China (Fall Semester 2021). Title of contribution: “International Law in a Deglobalized World in the Aftermath of the COVID19 Crisis”.

Recent publications: see extended CV

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