Laia Comerma Calatayud is PhD candidate writing my thesis on how the economic relationship between the European Union and China is shifting the global governance of the international economic regime. Her case studies include the Belt and Road Initiative, the Comprehensive Agreement on Investment, the FDI Screening Mechanism and other EU related instruments. Her supervisor is Jacint Jordana, director of the Barcelona Institute of International Studies, and her home university is the Pompeu Fabra University. During her research stay at the Lau China Institute of the King’s College London, she had the opportunity to work closely with some of the greatest minds on Chinese studies in Europe, especially the institution’s director Kerry Brown.
Laia Comerma Calatayud