Dr Sattorova’s research primarily focuses on international economic law broadly defined. Her most recent work examines the impact of investment treaty law on national policy-making and governance. She works closely with international organisations and government agencies involved in the design and reform of international investment treaties and national investment policies. Dr Sattorova has published extensively on international investment law and worked in an expert capacity with the UNCTAD Investment Division and the World Health Organisation. Lately she has been exploring an empirically-driven approach to investigating the interaction between investment treaty rules with national law and policy, in particular in developing countries. Dr Sattorova’s monograph ‘The Impact of Investment Treaty Law on Host States: Enabling Good Governance?’ has been published by Hart Publishing in 2018. She is currently a senior lecturer at the School of Law and Social Justice and Director of Liverpool Economic Governance Unit, University of Liverpool.