M V Shiju
Department of Policy Studies
Shiju M V completed his LL.B. and LL.M. from Kerala. He specialized in Maritime Law and Labour Law for his masters. He completed his M.Phil. and Ph. D. in International Law from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. His Ph. D. thesis is titled as "The Emerging International Competition Law: A Third World Perspective". He started his teaching career at the National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata and has taught subjects ranging from Constitutional Law to Labour Law and Competition Law. He has a number of articles to his credit and is engaged in a number of projects in the field of environmental law and policy. He was one of the Rapporteurs for the High Level Segment of the CoP- 11 (Conference of Parties) of Convention on Biological Diversity held in 2012. He is a member of the Green Growth and the Law Research Committee of the Green Growth Knowledge Platform, A joint initiative of the Global Green Growth Institute, OECD, World Bank and UNEP. He is also on the editorial board of the Indian Journal of International Law. At TERI University he is engaged in the teaching and research of Environmental Law, Infrastructural Law and Comparative Public Law, and is associated with the Center for Postgraduate Legal Studies.
Selected PublicationsInternational Labour Organization
Yearbook of International Environmental Law,
Public Procurement in India
Nitya Nanda, M. V. Shiju, Gauran Meher Diljun
"Competition Policies and Consumer Welfare", Lachen Achy and Susan Joekes (eds.),
Competition Provisions in Regional Trade Agreements: The Indian experiencce
Indian Journal of International Law,
A Nuclear Liability Framework for South Asia: Formation of South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation Nuclear Risk Community
M.P. Ram Mohan, K.D. Raju and Shiju M.V.
International Journal of Nuclear Law,
A barking dog that never bites - not really Competition Commission of India and its recent orders
Shiju Varghese Mazhuvanchery
ILI Law Review,