Giovanni Di Lieto

Giovanni Di Lieto

Giovanni Di Lieto teaches international trade law in the international business program at Monash University. His professional career developed as a global value chain specialist across the United States, Europe, and China. He is the author of Migrant Labour Law: Unfolding justice at work in free markets (The Federation Press, 2016).

Giovanni Di Lieto reviews 'Necessary Evil: How to fix finance by saving human rights' by David Kinley

September 2018, no. 404 23 August 2018
Giovanni Di Lieto reviews 'Necessary Evil: How to fix finance by saving human rights' by David Kinley
Necessary Evil: How to fix finance by saving human rights, by David Kinley, a law professor at the University of Sydney, originates in the conclusion of his 2008 book looking at the social trade-offs of what he termed Civilising Globalisation. Kinley’s new book attempts to reconcile finance and human rights as a two-way process. Throughout the text, Kinley indeed betrays a somewhat reluctant res ... (read more)