Valentina Vadi is a Professor of International Economic Law at Lancaster University, United Kingdom and a Grotius Fellow at Michigan Law School (2019). She was formerly a Reader in International Business Law at the same university (2013-2015), an Emile Noël Fellow at the Jean Monnet Centre for International and Regional Economic Law at New York University (2013-2014), and a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at Maastricht University (2011-2013). In addition, Professor Vadi lectured at Hasselt University (Belgium), the University of Rome III (Italy), the China EU School of Law (P.R. China) and Maastricht University (The Netherlands). She has published more than eighty articles in various areas of public international law in top journals. She is the co-editor (with Hildegard Schneider) of Art, Cultural Heritage and the Market: Legal and Ethical Issues (Springer: Heidelberg 2014), and (with Bruno De Witte) of Culture and International Economic Law (Routledge: 2015). Valentina Vadi is the author of Public Health in International Investment Law and Arbitration (Routledge: 2012), Cultural Heritage in International Investment law and Arbitration (Cambridge University Press: 2014) and Analogies in International Investment Law and Arbitration (Cambridge University Press: 2016).