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Multiplicity in Decision-Making of Africa’s Interacting Markets (MuDAIMa)

The transdisciplinary project "Multiplicity in Decision-Making of Africa’s Interacting Markets" – a.k.a. MuDAIMa – comprises economic, legal and political research perspectives. It is part of the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence and its research section Affiliations. The project team will contribute to the understanding of decision-making processes in regional integration affairs by merging empirical findings about legal regulations, formal institutions and informal activities in multi-level governance processes between regional organizations, national governments and affected populations. Empirically, we focus on eastern and southern African regional economic communities.

see also: Project website on the pages of Africa Multiple Custer of Excellence

Political Science Angle

Political scientists in the team are particularly interested in the role of regional courts and, more specifically, of regional judges. We seek to provide systematic and most comprehensive information about who the judges on the regional benches actually are by looking at their professional trajectories. We are also interested in how member states are involved in the selection of regional judges. We study these two aspects and related issues to gain new insights into the role of regional courts in driving regional integration.

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MuDAIMa pilot research, Kampala, Uganda, 16th to 28th March 2020. Cancelled and postponed to a later date.

MuDAIMa workshop, Pottenstein, 2nd - 4th April 2020. Cancelled and postponed to a later date.

The map to the left (click to enlarge) illustrates the memberships to the three REC cases in the project's focus. It also provides information about the locations of headquarters and regional courts.

Contact

Diana Kisakye, MA
Political Science
University of Bayreuth
D-95440 Bayreuth

diana.kisakye@uni-bayreuth.de
Phone +49 (0)921 / 55-4115

Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence
www.africamultiple.uni-bayreuth.de


Verantwortlich für die Redaktion: Juniorprofessor Alexander Stroh-Steckelberg

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