Caroline Glöckle


Caroline Glöckle conducts doctoral research in international economic law with a specific focus on WTO law. She holds a German law degree from Germany and an LL.M. in International Legal Studies from Georgetown University (USA). She has been a visiting researcher both at Georgetown University Law Center and the World Trade Institute in Berne (Switzerland).

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Export restrictions under scrutiny – the legal dimensions of export restrictions on personal protective equipment

 “A crisis without borders cannot be resolved by putting barriers between us. And yet, this is exactly the first reflex that many European countries had. This simply makes no sense. Because there is not one single Member State that can meet its own needs when it comes to vital medical supplies and equipment. Not one.”…

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