Eduardo Baistrocchi is Associate Professor at the London School of Economics and consultant at Rolim, Viotti & Leite Campos Law Firm in Brazil. He studied law at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Harvard Law School and LSE. He has been a Fulbright Scholar and a Chevening Scholar. He has also been a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Northwestern University and University of Toronto.
His current research agenda is focused on tax treaty dispute resolution in the G20. Representative publications: "The International Tax Regime and the BRIC World: Elements for a Theory" (Oxford Journal of Legal Studies); "Transfer Pricing Dispute Resolution: The Global Evolutionary Path", in E. Baistrocchi and I. Roxan (eds), Resolving Transfer Pricing Disputes: A Global Analysis (Cambridge University Press); "Tax Disputes under Institutional Instability: Theory and Implications" (Modern Law Review), and "The Use and Interpretation of Tax Treaties in the Emerging World: Theory and Implications" (British Tax Review).