Affiliation: The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Kamala Dawar is a policy analyst and lecturer in international trade law and development policy. She holds advanced degrees with distinction from the London School of Economics and the University of Amsterdam School of Law in governance and in international and European trade law. She conducts research and training on international trade and development related issues for inter-governmental institutions including the WTO, World Bank, ITC-ILO, UNCTAD, OSCE, the European Commission and public interest organisations such as Consumers International and GTZ. She has published articles on issues including government procurement, competition, consumer policy, preferential trading arrangements and the EC’s General System of Preferences. She also undertakes academic and legal editing.