Wilson Center Projects
“Reconciling Labor Law Obligations and International Investment Agreements”
After studies in law at the university of Zurich (Switzerland) and studies focusing on international economic law at the University of Leiden (The Netherlands), Mr. Schnegg worked as an assistant at the chair of Prof. Christine Kaufmann at the University of Zurich (from 2011 on). During his work at the University of Zurich, Mr. Schnegg focused on the implications international business can have for the development of human rights. From 2015 on, Mr. Schnegg is a research fellow at the Europe Institute at the University of Zurich, where his research pertains to European and International Economic Law. He focuses his work on transatlantic economic relationships and the development of European integration in Eastern European countries. Next to his academic work, Mr. Schnegg worked for the Swiss foreign policy think tank foraus.
Antoine Schnegg et al., Etude sur le Suivi des Recommandations Adressées à la Suisse Dans Le Cadre de l’Examen Périodique Universel du Conseil des Droits de l’Homme De l’ONU, Bern 2012.
Antoine Schnegg, Ein neues Rahmenabkommen als Eckpunkt der Bilateralen III: Schweizerische Optionen zur Lösung der verschiedenen institutionellen Probleme mit der EU, in: APARIUZ XV, Europäisierung der schweizerischen Rechtsordnung, Zurich/St. Gallen 2013.
Antoine Schnegg & Christoph Good, Constitutionalising Custom in International Humanitarian Law? – The experimental codification of customary IHL by the ICRC, presented at the annual conference of the International Law Association, Oxford 2013.