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Biography

Dr Dasgupta earned his Ph.D. in international investment law at Cambridge, followed by his book International Interplay (2013). He worked with The Wilberforce Society on the Tunisian Constitution Project. Dr Dasgupta served as executive editor of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy's symposium issue and the Berkeley Journal of International Law. His areas of interest include investments, finance and real & intellectual property rights. Prior to Cambridge, Dr Dasgupta earned his BA at Columbia and his MSc at Oxford and after Cambridge, Dr Dasgupta went on to pursue his JD at Berkeley

Expropriation in international investment and property regimes
Dr Riddhi  Dasgupta
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