Manchester Journal of International Economic Law
ISSN 1742-3945

About MJIEL:

Manchester Journal of International Economic Law ISSN 1742-3945 - The MJIEL was founded in 2004 by Professor Dr Asif H Qureshi. The Journal is independent of any State or institutional affiliation with a truly global editorial and advisory board. It is published by Ltd; and available both in electronic and printed forms. The journal has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus, the European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS) and the Web of Science Core Collection in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). It is also to be found in EBSCO and HeinOnline. The journal is published three times a year.

Manchester Journal of International Economic Law is listed amongst top 200 International Law Journals in the Peace Palace Library serving the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the International Court of Justice and the Hague Academy of International Law:

Contributions to the Journal have been made both by established scholars as well as rising academics from diverse geographical and institutional settings. The journal is widely read and cited. The MJIEL is managed by a core group of dedicated editors who have consistently maintained high standards in publication. 

The Journal welcomes submission of articles and reviews for consideration with a view to publication in accordance with our Guidelines for Contributors.

Aims of the Journal:

The journal covers all aspects of international economic law including in particular world trade law, international investment law, international monetary and financial law, international taxation, international labour law, international corporate responsibility and international development law. The journal's focus is mainly from a Public International Law perspective  and includes comparative analysis within the context of a discourse in Public International Law. The aims of MJIEL are to promote:

  • Independent, original and alternative perspectives to international economic relations.
  • Fuller coverage of international economic relations in all its spheres.
  • A holistic focus on international economic issues.
  • Awareness of a development dimension in international economic relations.


Deputy Editor-in-Chief:

  • Dr. Xuan Gao, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Associate Editors:

Assistant Editor/s:

  • Mr Yunlu Huang, LL.M., University of Groningen, Netherlands; and AIIB, China
  • Yitong Zhou, University of Oxford, UK
Editorial Board:
Advisory Board:
Current Development Editors:

  • Dr Aniruddha Rajput,  Former Member United Nations  International Law Commission, India: Investment Disputes.
Book Review Editors:

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Contacting MJIEL:

All editorial correspondence, including submissions to the Journal, should be made electronically to the Editor: