BiographyJonathan Bashi Rudahindwa currently teaches General Commercial Law, Foreign Exchange Regulations, Investment Law and OHADA and Regional Integration in Africa at Université Protestante au Congo (D.R. Congo) and has previously been involved in the teaching of the Law and Development, and Legal Systems of Asia and Africa courses at SOAS, University of London. His scholarship focuses on Sub-Saharan Africa, particularly on the correlation between law, regional integration and socio-economic development in the African context.
Current research interests include the social dimensions of regional integration; the political economy of African regional integration initiatives, including the African Union, the Continental Free Trade Area and the African Economic Community; and the development of a nuanced methodological approach to regional integration in Africa named regional developmentalism through law.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Public International Law | International Trade Law and Development | Regionalism, Africa |Regional Development | Governance - Politics & International Relations
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