ARChI Professor of International Development Law and African Economic Relations, University of Pretoria
B.A., Political Science and Economics, University of Witwatersrand, J.D. Northeastern University Law School, LLM, Georgetown University Law Center, LLM, University of Pretoria.
Daniel Bradlow specializes in global economic governance, and international financial institutions, as well as the intersection of human rights and extractive industries, financial institutions, international development law, international economy, international trade, and foreign investment law.
A Global Leviathan Emerges: The Federal Reserve, COVID-19, and International Law, Daniel D. Bradlow and Stephen Kim Park, Volume 114, Issue 4, October 2020 , pp. 657-665 – Read More
COVID-19 and Sovereign Debt: The Case of SADC, (co-edited with Magalie Masamba), PULP 2022 – Read More
Building Back Better Post COVID-19: Lessons Learnt and the Future of Sovereign Debt Management and Restructuring in SADC, co-author Magalie Masamba, in COVID-19 and Sovereign Debt: The Case of SADC, PULP 2022 – Read More
Financing for Sustainable Development in 2019: ESG Considerations ‘Go Mainstream’ and Its Implications, co-author Andria Naudé, 2021 – Read More