Dr. Liliane Mouan
Dr Liliane Mouan is Associate Fellow at the Transnational Law Institute (TLI), King’s College London and Lecturer in Emerging Markets at Coventry University. She previously served as Senior Research Fellow and Programme Assistant at the TLI, where she has played an instrumental role in the development and implementation of key projects. These include the TLI Seminar Series on Locating Criminal Accountability in International and Transnational Law, the King’s Transnational Law Summit and the Global Supply Chain Law and Governance Research Network, which she leads with TLI Research Fellow Laura Knöpfel.
Her current research focuses on the impacts of special economic zones, corruption and anti-corruption, supply chain accountability, and the politics of transparency in transnational regulatory governance. She has provided consultancy and training in these areas for various organisations such as Transparencia Mexicana, the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and Amnesty International Southern Africa Regional Office. She can be contacted at: Liliane.email@example.com.
“Special Economic Zones: Engines of Development or Sites of Exploitation?”, IIED Briefing, October 2018 (with Lorenzo Cotula);
Ovadia, Jesse Salah. The Petro-Developmental State in Africa: Making Oil Work for Angola, Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea. Hurst & Co. (2016). ISBN: 9781849044769. The Extractive Industries and Society 3(3), July 2016, pp. 875-76 (Book review);
"Building Transparency and Accountability in the Oil and Gas Industry in Africa: What Next for the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative" in E. Bohórquez and N. Etxaniz (eds.) A New Generation of Public Control, a Citizens & Markets Initiative, Transparencia Mexicana, April 2014, pp. 79-90;
"Exploring the Potential of Asian Participation in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative: The Case of China," Special Issue: "Beyond Partnerism: Challenging Orthodoxies of Collaboration from the Asia Pacific", Business Strategy and the Environment 19(6), July 2010, pp. 367-76.