New York University

Kevin Davis

New York University
Professor

Kevin Davis is Beller Family Professor of Business Law at New York University School of Law. His research and teaching focus on anti-corruption law, commercial law, and the general relationship between law and economic development. His publications include over 50 articles or essays, 4 edited volumes, and a monograph, Between Impunity and Imperialism : The Regulation of Transnational Bribery (Oxford University Press, 2019). He joined the NYU law faculty in 2004. Prior to that he was a tenured member of the faculty at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, worked as an associate at Torys LLP in Toronto, and served as law clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada to Mr. Justice John Sopinka. He also has held visiting appointments at Cambridge University’s Clare Hall, Fundação Getulio Vargas School of Law (São Paulo), the University of Southern California, the University of Toronto, and the University of the West Indies (Barbados). He holds a B.A. from McGill University, a LL.B. from the University of Toronto, and a LL.M. from Columbia University.

Auteurs associés

NYU Stern School of Business
NYU School of Law (New York)
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Articles

1937 Revue

Paula Farani de Azevedo Silveira, Paula de Andrade Baqueiro, Mor Bakhoum, Arsenio M. Balisacan, Luis Guilherme Ahlo Batista, Laurie Binge, Kevin Davis, Eleanor M. Fox, Gönenç Gürkaynak, Timothy T. Hughes, Helen Kean, Liberty Mncube, Marcio De Oliveira Jr, Leni Papa, George L. Paul, Daniel Rubinfeld, Pablo Trevisán Competition law and developing countries : Overarching themes from Africa, cartels and corruption, and mergers

1937

Dans cette édition, nous présentons une vue d’ensemble du droit de la concurrence dans les pays en développement, puis nous abordons les thèmes des cartels, de la corruption et des concentrations, évoquées lors de la conférence annuelle "Antitrust and developing and emerging economies" organisée le 1er (...)

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