Olga V. Kotlyarevskaya Social Science
The Efficacy of International Law in Regulating Trade between LDCs and DCs
Olga will examine to what extent less developed countries (LDCs) and developed countries (DCs) benefited from the informal World Trade Organization (WTO) compromise in which LDCs allowed uniform regulation of intellectual property and DCs allowed uniform regulation of textiles. To do so she will compare the disputes from 1995 to 2001 between India and the United States that were referred to the WTO to those that were not. Olga will conduct archival research and interview trade officials in Washington, DC, Geneva and India. She will present her findings as her senior honors thesis in Political Science.
Major: Political Science/Economics
Mentor: Mentor: Professor Beth Simmons, Political Science