Investor-State Dispute Settlement and the European Union: Challenges of the Relationship between EU Law, EU Public Policy and International Investment Arbitration Thesis Supervisory Panel: Panel Chair: Dr Annmarie Elijah Supervisor: Ms Anne McNaughton Supervisor: Prof Murray Raff
Ivana Damjanovic commenced her PhD at the ANU Centre for European Studies in March 2017. Her research is interdisciplinary, encompassing issues of law and politics in the area of investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) within the context of the European Union (EU). Ivana is a Croatian and Australian lawyer. She has academic and practical experience in both common law and civil law jurisdictions, and expertise in international law and international relations. She holds multiple degrees and has won several prizesfor her academic achievements as a law student in Australia. Currently she holds an Australian Government Scholarship for her PhD research project. Ivana’s professional background encompasses nine years as a successful career diplomat for the Government of Croatia, with diplomatic postings in Europe and Australia, as well as research and policy roles for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where she participated in tasks related to Croatia’s accession to the EU. Ivana has worked as a sessional lecturer in law at the University of Canberra and has taught law at the UC’s offshore programs in Asia.
Ivana’s research interests include international private and public law, EU law and politics, humanitarian law, comparative law, effective legal and justice systems, and trade policy.
Australian Government Research Training Program (2017-2020)