Dr M. (Markos) Karavias
Faculty of Law
Public International Law
Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
1000 BA Amsterdam
Markos Karavias is Assistant Professor in International Law at the Amsterdam Center for International Law. Markos joined the ACIL in June 2014 as a post-doctoral researcher, working for the research project 'Smart Mixes in relation to Transboundary Environmental Harm'. Prior to joining the ACIL, he served as a Special Adviser to the Minister for Environment, Energy and Climate Change of the Hellenic Republic. He is a Member of the Athens Bar Association.
Markos' research interests include public international law, with a focus on environmental, human rights and refugee law, and corporate governance. He holds an LL.B. and a Master's in International Studies from the Law Faculty of the University of Athens, as well as an M.Jur and a D.Phil. from the Law Faculty of the University of Oxford. While studying in Oxford, Markos acted as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Public International Law.
His doctoral thesis, entitled 'Corporate Obligations under International Law' was published in OUP's Oxford Monographs in International Law series in November 2013.
- Karavias, M. (2015). Shared responsibility and multinational enterprises. Netherlands International Law Review, 62(1), 91-117. [details]
- Karavias, M. (2014). Non-State actors in control of territory as 'actors of protection' in international refugee law. Revue Belge de Droit International, 48(2), 487-507. [details]
- Karavias, M. (2014). Treaty law and multinational enterprises: more than internationalized contracts? In C. J. Tams, A. Tzanakopoulos, & A. Zimmermann (Eds.), Research Handbook on the Law of Treaties. (pp. 579-624). (Research Handbooks in International Law). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. DOI: 10.4337/9780857934789.00031 [details]
- Karavias, M. (2013). Corporate Obligations under International Law. (Oxford Monographs in International Law). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Karavias, M. (Author). (2016). 12 Years an Asylum Seeker: Failure of States to Deal With Asylum Applications May Breach Applicants’ Right to Respect for Their Private Life. EJIL: Talk!.
- Karavias, Markos (participant) (15-4-2016): Smart Mixes in Relation to Transboundary Environmental Harm (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
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