Graeme Baber graduated from the University of Oxford in 1990, having attended University College from 1987. After picking up qualifications in numerous disciplines over many years of study, including law, economics, finance, management, and computer science, he attained a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London in May 2009.
Graeme has been a constant presence at Cambridge Scholars ever since, with his first monograph with us being an adaptation of his doctoral thesis, entitled The Impact of Legislation and Regulation on the Freedom of Movement of Capital in Estonia, Poland and Latvia, published in June 2010.
Since this time, Graeme has published numerous scholarly articles, mainly in financial law, and taught at the School of Oriental and African Studies, Kings College London, and BPP University, UK, from which he resigned as a Senior Lecturer in February 2015 in order to write as an independent scholar. In addition to his first title, Graeme has written seven other monographs focusing on the areas of financial and international law, three of which have been published by Cambridge Scholars. His most recent title with CSP is The United Nations System: A Synopsis, published in June 2019.
He is currently writing a ninth book, also with CSP, which is preliminarily titled Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals Punctually: An Impossible Remit? and which seeks to engage with one of the major international issues of our times.
Graeme has shared some thoughts on his experience of working and publishing with CSP, which you can read below:
“CSP and I have worked together for more than a decade—the initial contact being made to me by Carol Koulikourdi, who kindly offered CSP's services to publish my completed doctoral thesis at a point at which I had been struggling with six or so traditional publishers to produce it. Later, with eight monographs and forty other publications to my name, and experience of teaching in University departments, I am a successful independent scholar—which in those days looked a challenge indeed.
In addition to the initial monograph, The Impact of Legislation and Regulation on the Freedom of Movement of Capital in Estonia, Poland and Latvia, CSP has promptly published my books The Free Movement of Capital and Financial Services: An Exposition, Essays on International Law, and The United Nations System: A Synopsis, and is the publisher with which I am currently working to complete and publish Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals Punctually: An Impossible Remit? by the end of the year.”
As part of the ‘Meet our Authors’ campaign, we are offering our readers a 50% discount on all of Graeme’s titles with us. To redeem your discount, please enter the promotional code MOAMAR20 at the checkout. Please note that this is a time-limited offer that will expire on 16th April 2020.
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