Joris Larik is Senior Researcher at The Hague Institute for Global Justice and Associate Fellow at the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, KU Leuven. His work focuses on global governance reform, global normative frameworks, the legal and policy aspects of EU external relations, comparative and multilevel constitutional law and comparative regional integration.
Dr. Larik’s work has been acknowledged with several awards, including NATO’s Manfred Wörner Essay Award (2008), the Outstanding Paper Award from the Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown University (2012) and the Mauro Cappelletti Prize for the Best Thesis in Comparative Law (2014) from the European University Institute (EUI).
Dr. Larik has published in peer-reviewed academic journals including European Foreign Affairs Review, European Law Review, Netherlands International Law Review and International & Comparative Law Quarterly. His doctoral dissertation, entitled Foreign policy objectives in European constitutional law, is forthcoming as a monograph with Oxford University Press (2016). In addition, Dr. Larik is co-author of ASEAN’s External Agreements: Law, practice and the quest for collective action (Cambridge University Press 2015).
Dr. Larik initiated the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on The EU & Global Governance and served as its Academic Coordinator during the first edition in 2014. He continues to be a contributor and adviser to the second edition.