After Cancun: The Impossibility of Carbon Trading
Professor David Campbell, University of Leeds
Wednesday 29 February 2012, 1600-1700
Cavendish Colloquium Room
Lancaster Law School & Lancaster Environment Centre
Having taught at a number of UK Universities, including Cardiff, Durham and Leeds as well as universities in Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Spain and the USA, Professor Campbell is currently Professor of International Business Law in the School of Law, University of Leeds.
His main current research interests are in remedies for non-performance of contractual obligations and in regulatory theory, and particularly in the development of a "non-Chicagoan" law and economics of these subjects.
He is currently working on a book which restates the relational theory of contract and, with Mathias Klaes, a book on Coase's critique of intervention.