Call for Reviewers

The European Yearbook of International Economic Law is inviting expressions of interest by scholars interested in reviewing books for the next issue (10/2020) of the Yearbook.

The European Yearbook of International Economic Law is annually published by Springer. It covers all fields of international economic law, from its public international law foundations, to questions of world trade, investment, finance and competition law. In addition to general articles and notes covering current issues, it regularly features book reviews of circa 2,000 words.

If you are interested in reviewing a monograph or collection of essays, and able to complete a review by 15 January 2020, please get in touch by email

When getting in touch, please

– give details of the book you intend to review

– tell us why it merits to be reviewed, and

– why you are qualified to review it.

If the proposal is accepted, we will arrange for books to be sent to you by the publishers.

Please note that while we will engage in an editorial review of your draft, we expect drafts of reviews to have passed a ‘native speaker‘ test prior to submission.