Panel Discussion: Design and (Un)intended Effects of Due Diligence Laws

In this panel, Melanie Müller discusses with Gabriel Felbermayr (Director, IfW Kiel), Markus Krajewsky (Professor of law, FAU), and Larissa Rodrigues (Project Manager, Instituto Escolhas) about the design and (un)intended effects of due diligence laws, both on the German, the European, as well as on the international level.

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Melanie Müller

Melanie Müller
German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)

Melanie Müller is a Senior Associate with a focus on Southern Africa at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, SWP) in Berlin and head of the research project „Approaches for Transnational Governance of Sustainable Commodity Supply Chains”. Melanie Müller has conducted research in various countries of the SADC region as well as in Ghana and Niger and published on the political and socioeconomic developments in Southern Africa, as well as on migration and on resource governance. Before joining SWP in 2017, she worked as a research associate and lecturer at Free University of Berlin and as a consultant for public and private actors with a focus on resource governance. She wrote her PhD about the impact of international conferences on local political actors with a focus on the UNFCCC conference in Durban/South Africa.

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