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Venetia Argyropoulou is responsible for the quantitative and qualitative data-collection in Greece and Cyprus. She is a Law Lecturer  at the European University Cyprus (Master – University of Oslo, PhD – University of Tilburg). She is educated in both civil and common law and has been actively practicing law in Greece and Cyprus. She has worked as researcher for the University of Cyprus and as Lecturer for the University of West London. She is a member of the Spark Legal Network and the Cyprus Correspondent of the IBFD, Tax Analysts, IBA’s Taxes Committee, the World Bank’s Women, Business and the Law Initiative, OECD’s Social Institutions and Gender Index and the Observatory for Taxpayers’ Rights.  Furthermore, she is Correspondent in the Yearbook of International Environmental Law on the IMF’s Initiatives for Environment, Oxford Publishing. Additionally, she is listed in the European Court of Auditor’s list of Experts in Financial Law and she has been selected as the best international law lawyer of Cyprus for 2016 and 2017 by Best 100 and International Advisory Experts. Lastly, she is IBA’s Individual Tax and Private Client Committee Scholar for 2017.

Among her most important publications see:

Argyropoulou V. “Coming In From The Cold” The Latest Tax Amnesty In Greece And Lessons For The Future.” Journal of Int’l Law and Policy UC Davis School of Law (2018)

Argyropoulou V. “Financial Crisis in the EU; Is EU to blame? Liability of EU Institutions in case of acts of default within the EU”, Washington International Law Review (2018)

Argyropoulou V. Convergence and divergence between international investments law and human rights law, in the context of the Greek sovereign debt restructuring, Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship And The Law (2018)

Argyropoulou V. The Cyprus Banking Haircut and Human Rights, the way to go? Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal (2018)

Argyropoulou V. International Arbitration and Greek Sovereign Debt: Poštová Banka v. Hellenic Republic, What if? Investors’ Protection in the Case of the Greek Sovereign Default under Investment Treaties and Customary Law, Oregon International Law Journal (2018)