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e Digital Products

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e Air and Space Law

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e Constitutional Law and Human Rights

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e Criminology

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e Environmental Law

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e Public Administration

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e Journals

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e Backlist

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e Title Index

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e Ordering Information

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Series Civilogie | Civilology Editors: Willem Van Boom (Leiden Law School) and Ivo Giesen (Utrecht School of Law) In the Civilologie | Civilology series, the focus is on how private law works in real life. Rather than analysing private law from a strictly legal doctrinal perspective, this series encompasses the combined use of insights from social sciences - ranging from economics to psychology and sociology - in order to analyze the behavioural assumptions underlying private law, to understand the effects it has on individuals, organisations and businesses and to appreciate the impact of both assumptions and effects on policymakers, legislatures and courts.

Comparative African Legal Studies Editors: Katharina Boele-Woelki, Benyam Dawit Mezmur, Danwood Mzikenge Chirwa and Julia Sloth-Nielsen The series Comparative African Legal Studies aims to profile research in the fields of children, youth, families, gender, disability, education and socio-economic rights. The focus will be on contemporary issues in African development, with human rights as a backdrop. Although primarily concerned with law, a multidisciplinary approach will be undertaken.

Democracy and the Rule of Law Editor: Miodrag Jovanović (University of Belgrade) One can nowadays hardly come across more ‘promiscuously’ used concepts than democracy and the rule of law. With the recent emergence of the Arab Spring, scholars started to discuss whether we were witnessing a new and genuine wave of democratization. At the same time, well established democracies around the world were faced with massive protests, whose primary aim was to challenge the sustainability of the traditional institutions of representative democracy. Some noticeable trends in the democratic world have even led a number of authors to start talking about ‘transition from democracy’. Not less controversial is the current status of the rule of law principle. On the one hand, it is increasingly becoming one of the guiding principles of the international legal community, as evidenced by the recent establishment of the special UN Rule of Law unit. On the other hand, the core of this doctrine is under continuous reassessment at the national level, primarily due to new security threats that contemporary states are faced with. The aim of our series is to scrutinize these new developments from all the relevant angles, ranging from legal and political philosophy and theory to more empirically oriented study researches. In doing so, the series aspires to develop a collection of volumes and treatises which will not only contribute to the existing debates in the field, but will be able to initiate some new ones that will be of use to both scholars and practitioners.

Dovenschmidt Monographs Editors: Michael Faure (Maastricht University), Sybren de Hoo (Maastricht University), Eric Loos (Maastricht University), Mieke Olaerts (Maastricht University), Roberto Pardolesi (Institute Luiss Guido Carli), Kid Schwarz (Maastricht University) and Xinzhu Zhang (Jiangxi University) The last few decades witnessed a range of corporate scandals, some triggered by the ambiguous role of accountants, others by a lack of managerial accountability. Problems in the financial sector prompted a variety of questions, such as the relationship between the corporation and its stakeholders, the legal framework of its operations, and the role of supervising bodies. These developments call for a thorough analysis and rethinking of corporate structures to create a more socially responsible approach. It is clear that companies with a traditional structure (corporations with stockholder activism or active stakeholders) are currently unable to adjust sufficiently to changing social demands. The time has come for alternative approaches that will shed new light on the origins of international corporate issues, problems and challenges in order to reach sustainable development and corporate social responsibility (CSR) throughout the business community. Dovenschmidt Monographs is a new and very timely series that has been set up with the aim of establishing a collection of prominent studies on CSR aimed at scholars and practitioners working in this field. The series is a sister publication of the journal The Dovenschmidt Quarterly. It provides a platform for more extensive, in-depth research and contributions that would be too long to publish in our journal. Its goal is to contribute, influence and co-set the agenda of the ongoing societal debate concerning actual, required and envisioned changes in corporate law, governance and corporate social responsibility. Dovenschmidt Monographs invites leading academics and promising young scholars to write about these major societal issues and thus contribute to the topical issues and debates about sustainable development and corporate social responsibility (CSR) throughout the business community.

Essential Air and Space Law Editor: Marietta Benkö This is a collection of prominent studies in this particular field of law, aimed at experienced practitioners (e.g. lawyers, policy makers in governments, national and international organisations and private entitities), and scholars involved in the research and study of air traffic and space law. The series will be a useful source of information for technical experts that familiarizes its readers with the legal aspects and implications of international air transport (e.g. questions of liability for air traffic accidents, the loss of and damage to air cargo, air traffic control, protection against aircraft noise, etc.), and the exploration or use of outer space (e.g. usage of remote sensing imagery of the Earth for commercial purposes and data protection). Further, questions of disarmament are of vital importance here, involving legal, technical and political aspects.

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European and International Insolvency Law Studies Editors: Rolef de Weijs (University of Amsterdam) and Anthon Verweij (Leiden University) This series will be an important source of information for both practitioners (e.g.lawyers, judges and policy makers in governments and international organizations) and scholars involved in the practice and study of insolvency law. Insolvency law is understood broadly. It encompasses first of all the different rescue, reorganization and liquidation procedures, as well as debt relief procedures for natural persons. It furthermore includes the field of security rights, both real security rights and personal securities, and also corporate law in as far as it deals with issues such as limited liability, veil piercing and directors’ liability and the clash between shareholder rights and creditors’ rights. Insolvency law has long been thought to be too difficult to harmonize at a European level. Even in the field of international private law, insolvency was lagging behind company law and private law for decades. This position has changed drastically ove rthe last years. With the enactment of the European Insolvency Regulation and its revision, the European Commission’s recommendation for harmonized European insolvency law and the creation of the Banking Union with rules on bank recovery and resolution, insolvency law has taken center stage at the legislative efforts of the European Union. In addition, legislative changes at a national level in many European countries have led to a convergence of insolvency law systems througha process of competition and mutual inspiration. Combined with a boom in crossborder insolvency cases and an ever expanding body of European and national caselaw there is now the distinct field of European insolvency law. The further growth of European Insolvency Law does not take place in isolation, but is influenced by both non-European legal systems, most notably the US, and by global initiatives, such as those of UNCITRAL. This new series seeks to contribute to the further development of European insolvency law in a global economy and provides a forum for debate and reflection on this process.

Humanity, Earth and Law in the Third Millennium Editor: René Lefeber (Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs) Surviving the third millennium will compel humanity to change its use of the natural resources of Planet Earth. To satisfy its needs, humanity depends on the goods and services provided by these resources and it has made ingenious use of them since the dawn of its existence. Increasing demand for goods and services by a growing world population is accompanied by scientific evidence that natural resources are not boundless and that there are limits to growth. Today, humanity is confronted with the degradation of natural resources due to biodiversity loss, climate change, ozone depletion, atmospheric aerosol loading, chemical pollution, biogeochemical flow change, land-use change, and ocean acidification, and limited freshwater supply. This series explores the legal aspects of resource degradation and resource management. The publications in this series will contribute to humanity’s quest to find and define a new balance for life on Earth and will include the following topics: the management of natural resources of global significance, such as the oceans and polar regions; the risks associated with the introduction of new technologies, such as genetic modification and geo-engineering; and the pillars of sustainable development, such as sustainable use, international equity and intergenerational equity.

Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law Editors: Marcel Szabó (Pázmány Catholic University), Petra Lea Láncos (Pázmány Catholic University) and Réka Varga (Pázmány Catholic University) The Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law is a collection of articles written mostly by Hungarian authors covering developments in the field of international law and EU law, and progress in domestic implementation and application of these fields of law. The Yearbook also contains numerous articles analysing well-known Hungary-related cases and their assessment from the perspective of Hungarian legal experts. The Yearbook offers a comprehensive picture of the state of application and implementation of EU law and international law in Hungary.

International Commerce and Arbitration Editor: Ingeborg Schwenzer (University of Basel) This book series is set up with the aim of establishing a collection of prominent studies in international commercial law and arbitration, aimed at practitioners (e.g. solicitors, in-house counsel, attorneys, arbitrators), in addition to scholars involved in the research and study of international commerce and arbitration.The series will be a useful source of information for those interested in the latest developments in international commercial law and arbitration. All volumes in the series have been peer reviewed. The Series will focus on the following topics: international and European contract law; electronic commerce; international sales; agency and distribution; franchising; international secured transactions; international civil procedure; international commercial arbitration; international investment arbitration.

Issues in Constitutional Law Editor: András Sajó (Judge at the European Court of Human Rights, honorary professor at Central European University) This series aims to establish a collection of prominent studies on key constitutional issues, especially for experienced practitioners and academics. The series is developing into a veritable comparative encyclopaedia of fundamental constitutional concepts. The series will be a useful source of information for those interested in the latest developments of constitutional law in a global perspective.

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Legal Perspectives on Global Challenges Editor: Jaap Spier (Advocate-General in the Supreme Court of the Netherlands, honorary professor at Maastricht University) The series Legal Perspectives on Global Challenges focuses on the way the law can meaningfully contribute to the debate about the global challenges, primarily sustainable development, climate change, degradation of the environment and the eradication of poverty.The complexity of the issues mentioned above involves a new way of thinking so that law makers, States, enterprises, society at large - and law - will manage to adapt to major shifts in due time. So far, the law arguably already provides a sufficiently sound basis for more global stability in many areas, but the least to say is that the boundaries of the protection of the law and the rules of conduct are rather unsettled. It would be in the best interest of all stakeholders to map the law as it probably stands. Gaps must be filled to cope with the challenges of our time. The law has to be interpreted in such a way that it can cope with the serious threats for mankind. Thus, the law would respond in a responsible and predictable way to these global challenges. The debate, so far, is primarily about fundamental questions. In the impression of the editors, the greater part of existing publications is still rather abstract. Legal Perspectives on Global Challenges intends to shed light on a number of important topics, aiming to determine the rights and obligations of the respective “parties” affected as concrete as possible. As long as those rights and obligations largely remain in the clouds, the law is deemed to fall short to overcome deadlocked positions - especially, but by no means confined to, the debate between the global North and South. After all: not only States and enterprises, but also judges, attorneys, other jurists - and civil society - do not know with sufficient precision what they need to do, let alone why. Many lawyers - and eminent experts - almost inevitably focus on parts of the law belonging to their fields of expertise. This is understandable, but the challenges ahead of us require that we borrow from legal concepts and other disciplines in as many parts of the law (and “legal families”) as possible. Such an approach will add something to what is already available. At the same time such an undertaking will challenge traditional ways of legal thinking. Shaping the law of the future will require solutions for sustainable development, the eradication of poverty and climate change, which will demand to get the legislator and the judiciary acquainted with the (legal) demands of the 21st century. This requires clear, balanced and convincing legal “blueprints”, based on solid legal concepts.

Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law Editors: Rafael Moro-Aguilar (Orbspace), P.J. Blount (University of Mississippi) and Tanja Masson-Zwaan (Leiden University) Founded in 1960, the International Institute of Space Law (IISL) is an independent non-governmental organisation dedicated to fostering the development of space law. The membership of the Institute is composed of individuals and institutions from more than forty countries elected on the basis of their contributions to the field of space law, or other social sciences related to space activities. Since 1992, the IISL has also organized the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition. The competition is based on a hypothetical space law case, written by IISL members, in which student teams from Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and Africa participate. The IISL is an official observer at sessions of the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) and organizes a variety of conferences on space law throughout the year. Together with Eleven International Publishing, IISL publishes an annual volume of Proceedings.

Studies in housing law Editors: Julian Sidoli (Pendragon Chambers) and Michel Vols (University of Groningen) Housing law is one of the most important and vital areas of law within the developed world. It is also one of the most urgent. This is so because over recent decades it has moved from the narrow worlds of the legal academy and practice – usually categorised as a small part of property law or landlord and tenant law – and into the social and political mainstream. The growth of populations, particularly in large urban areas, rising immigration, a wider understanding of environmentalism not only in the strictly scientific sense but also in the social sense has created a serious need for better approaches in the funding, designing, constructing and management of housing. These issues present legal and regulatory problems that challenge lawyers and their traditional mechanisms of dealing with them. This series aims to capture, from many jurisdictions, both many issues with regard to housing law and also approaches and solutions to these problems. Sometimes these solutions are familiar to lawyers, for example obtaining or resisting eviction procedures through the courts or seeking an injunction against nuisance by a neighbour. However, this presents a narrow view of what law and lawyers do in contemporary housing matters. There are a wealth of informal mechanisms that seek to deal with housing problems in communities, between neighbours or between landlord and tenant, for example. Mediation and participation schemes, locally based action groups, early intervention programmes led by the local authority, delegated powers from various state or regional bodies exercised in various ways are just some of the instruments that now form part of this rich legal landscape.

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Digital products Digital products IISL Proceedings Online IISL Online is the online database for the annual proceedings of the Colloquia on the Law of Outer Space as of 1992, including the IAA-IISL Scientific-Legal Roundtables, as well as the papers presented at the IISL-ECSL Space Law Symposia held on the occasion of the sessions of the Legal Subcommittee of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space in Vienna, Austria, and of the Eilene M. Galloway Symposia on Critical Issues In Space Law. It also contains the reports and best written memorials of the World Finals of the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition. The online version is updated on an ongoing basis and features full searchability. Subscription price: € 125.00 / $ 187.50 / £ 115.00 per year For more information or to order, please contact us via sales@elevenpub.com

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Air and Space Law International Air Law and ICAO (3rd edition) Michael Milde HB | 978-94-6236-619-0 | 450 pp | 2016 | € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-601-5 | € 89.99 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Series: Essential Air and Space Law (18)

This is the third edition of the acclaimed International Air Law and ICAO, first published in 2008. The book has been fully updated to take the latest developments into account. Specialized legal literature dealing with different aspects of international air law is rare, the developments often overtake the existing writings and there is a continuous need not only for updating but also for future-oriented thinking. There is a practical need for a compact but exhaustive and easily comprehensible textbook or reference book that deals with the most general aspects of international air law, as well as with the constitutional issues and law-making functions of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). This book fills this gap as it is a general treatise of the law of international civil aviation aimed at the needs of university students and educators, government authorities, airlines, practicing lawyers, journalists, international organizations and the general public. This book is motivated by the author's 25 years of experience (1966-1991) in the Secretariat of ICAO in Montreal - his last eight years as Director of the Legal Bureau. In equal measure the inspiration for the content of this book came from the author's academic work as Director of the Institute of Air and Space Law of McGill University (1989-1998) and his role as Professor of Law at that Institute until 2006 teaching this subject to graduate students from different parts of the world and different legal cultures.

Climate Change Governance in International Civil Aviation

Toward Regulating Emissions Relevant to Climate Change and Global Warming Tanveer Ahmad

Successful climate change governance in international civil aviation has yet to be achieved. In this book the author argues that, to successfully govern emissions from international civil aviation of relevance to climate change and global warming, binding legal measures, whether de facto or de jure, and a mandatory but temporary global market-based measure or unilateral market-based measures of the same model adopted by economically powerful States for international civil aviation are immediately required. This book demonstrates how de jure soft law instruments, e.g. Annexes to the Chicago Convention, international environmental law principles, a new understanding and way of exercising the doctrine of State sovereignty, and both multilateral and unilateral economic instruments can be utilized to reduce aviation's environmental impacts. This book explores the existing capacities of the governance actors in aviation, and shows how they can play a significant role in climate change governance from within their limited capacities.

Regional Liberalization in International Air Transport

Towards Northeast Asian Open Skies Jae Woon Lee

In this publication, the author examines the legal and policy aspects of air transport liberalization. While focusing on Northeast Asia, the central theme of the book is a regional approach to liberalizing the international air transport market. The author critically analyzes the legal barriers to air transport liberalization and highlights that regional approaches have emerged in most parts of the world. While noting that progress has been slower in Northeast Asia, the author prescribes solutions for Northeast Asian open skies. The author further emphasizes the role of airlines in promoting liberalization, arguing that airlines have become active reformers of government regulations. HB | 978-94-6236-688-6 | 352 pp | 2016 | € 85.00 / $ 127.50 / £ 78.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-576-6 | € 84.99 / $ 127.50 / £ 78.50 Series: Essential Air and Space Law (16)

HB | 978-94-6236-692-3 | 365 pp | 2016 | € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-584-1 | € 89.99 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Series: Essential Air and Space Law (17)

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Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2015

A Level Playing Field for “Open Skies”: The Need for Consistent Aviation Regulation

Editors: Rafael Moro; P.J. Blount; Tanja Masson-Zwaan

Peter Paul Fitzgerald

This book examines the events that have reshaped the international aviation industry between 1992 and 2012. It critically analyzes the major developments and the regulatory responses and highlights some of the incompatible and disjointed regulations that are ineffect at either end of international routes. The author proposes that Australia, Canada, the European Union (EU), New Zealand and the United States (US) form an international organization, to be known as the Open Skies International Aviation Block (OSIAB). The author further argues that such a forum is necessary to ensure that regulations in different countries are aligned so that competitive distortions potentially caused by regulatory disharmony are minimized, thus allowing the international airline industry to compete on the level international playing field. This book is aimed at scholars and practitioners in the field of (international) aviation regulation.

This volume contains the proceedings of the 58th Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space held in Jerusalem, Israel from 13 till 16 October 2015, including the 30th IAA-IISL Scientific-Legal Roundtable, as well as the papers presented at the IISL-ECSL Space Law Symposium held on the occasion of the 54th Session of the Legal Subcommittee of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space in Vienna, Austria in April 2015, and the report of the 10th Eilene M. Galloway Symposium on Critical Issues in Space Law, held in Washington D.C., United States in December 2015. It also contains the report and best written memorials of the World Finals of the 24th Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition. HB | 978-94-6236-699-2 | 995 pp | 2016 | € 110.00 / $ 165.00 / £ 101.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-595-7 | € 109.99 / $ 165.00 / £ 101.50 Series: Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law

HB | 978-94-6236-625-1 | 350 pp | 2016 | € 80.00 / $ 120.00 / £ 74.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-429-5 | € 79.99 / $ 120.00 / £ 74.00

Space Law Basic Legal Documents

Series: Essential Air and Space Law (15)

Editors: Marietta Benkö; Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel

Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition The First 25 Years

Now celebrating its 25th anniversary!

The International Institute of Space Law

This five-volume loose-leaf, first published in 1989, presents a comprehensive collection of basic legal documents on space law. It is an essential reference and research tool for all those involved in the formulation, implementation and operation of space law and policy. Its loose-leaf format ensures that the material is kept fully up-to-date. Online access

This book celebrates 25 years of the Manfred Lachs Moot Court Competition of the International Institute of Space Law. It contains information grouped by year, including summaries of the Problems, names of participating schools, winners, runners up, best memorial and best oralist winners and more. There are numerous photos showing the hard work of students, judges and organisers, as well as the Judges of the International Court of Justice who have honoured us with their presence through all these years. There are testimonials from numerous students, judges and sponsors of the competition that demonstrate the impact this competition has had on their life and work. PB | 978-94-6236-715-9 | 230 pp | 2016 | € 55.00 / $ 82.50 / £ 51.00

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Eleven international publishing is proud to announce that the online version is now available free of charge to the subscribers of this work. The online version is updated on an ongoing basis and features full searchability, a linked table of contents as well as bookmarked sections to ensure that the desired section can be quickly found. Would you like an online subscription to Space Law Basic Legal Documents without having the purchase the main work? This is already available for only € 295.00 (excluding VAT). Please contact us directly for more information or if you would like to subscribe for mulitiple users via sales@elevenpub.com. HB | 978-90-7759-623-4 | 2016 | € 530.00 / $ 795.00 / £ 487.60

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Business and Commercial Law The CISG Advisory Council Opinions Edited by: Ingeborg Schwenzer HB | 978-94-6236-719-7 | 700 pp | 2017 | € 80.00 / $ 127.50 / £ 78.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-634-3 | € 84.99 / $ 127.50 / £ 78.50 Series: International Commerce and Arbitration (23)

In 2016, the CISG Advisory Council celebrated its fifteenth anniversary. On this occasion, the current members of the CISG Advisory Council decided to publish a book containing all CISG Advisory Council related documents. For the first time, the original versions of all Opinions and Declarations, their annexes, and the text of the CISG are published in one book. This book is designed to facilitate the work on and with the CISG. It enables the reader in gaining an overview of the CISG Advisory Council’s work of the last fifteen years. Furthermore, it contains an introductory paper on the Advisory Council itself, its unique approach and some historical background of the Opinions.

Growing the CISG

CISG and Latin America

Editors: Ingeborg Schwenzer; Lisa Spagnolo

Editors: Ingeborg Schwenzer; Cesar Augusto Guimarães Pereira; Leandro Tripodi

6th Annual MAA Schlechtriem CISG Conference

This book contemplates the means by which the Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) might continue to grow in terms of its content and reach into the future. It considers the opportunities, challenges and problems in expanding the CISG into new geographic and conceptual areas of application, as well as deepening its existing fields of application. In relation to future geographical expansion, chapters explore the positions in the United Kingdom, which is yet to join the CISG, as well as the situations in newcomers to the CISG, Brazil and Vietnam, and the special challenges in Hong Kong and the Philippines.Also covered are special directions in which the content of the CISG's substantive reach might be expanded or further developed. Various chapters discuss the extent to which the CISG should - or should not - potentially deal with issues relating to commodity sales, conformity to public regulations relating to product standards, and limitation periods. This volume is sure to provide food for thought for anyone advising on or interested in international commercial transactions, and is a valuable addition to the collections of academics and practitioners alike.

Regional and Global Perspectives

The CISG is a well-known, modern and effective law of sales that has fanned out from Vienna to the four corners of the globe. It has been introduced into the legal system of multiple Latin American countries, some of which are global trade players. This book gives the reader a comprehensive understanding of the Latin American legal approach toward the CISG. It shows that Latin America is provided with numerous experts who are prepared to deal with and apply the CISG to international sales contracts. Their views are supplemented by studies from outside Latin America by other internationally-acclaimed CISG scholars. HB | 978-94-6236-653-4 | 600 pp | 2016 | € 195.00 / $ 292.50 / £ 179.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-487-5 | € 194.99 / $ 292.50 / £ 179.50 Series: International Commerce and Arbitration (21)

HB | 978-94-6236-667-1 | 112 pp | 2016 | € 56.50 / $ 85.00 / £ 52.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-523-0 | € 56.49 / $ 85.00 / £ 52.00 Series: International Commerce and Arbitration (22)

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This book offers the international reader a comprehensive view of Brazilian infrastructure law from the standpoint of key local practitioners. It is divided into two sections. The first part features a collection of essays on the most significant infrastructure topics. It is followed by bilingual versions of the main statutes and regulations examined in the various essays found in Part 1. A glossary of essential infrastructure terminology is also included. The topics discussed in this book range from an overview of the Brazilian constitutional structure to in-depth analyses of regulated sectors, public procurement, and dispute resolution. The various essays contained herein cover the fundamental legal issues an international player must keep in mind when working in the Brazilian infrastructure market. This work utilizes a comparative approach, and is intended to correlate Brazilian legal specificities with their counterparts in internationally recognized models. This work aims to provide essential guidelines that will enable international infrastructure investors, practitioners, and scholars to successfully navigate Brazilian law and legal practice.

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Parallel Proceedings in Investment Arbitration Giovanni Zarra

This book analyzes one of the most relevant issues of investment arbitration, which has extremely important practical consequences. Starting from an analysis of the sources of parallel proceedings and from a study of the reasons for the proliferation of international investment arbitrations arising from the same facts. The author argues that - at the admissibility stage of arbitral proceedings - the application of certain principles (namely abuse of process, res judicata and collateral estoppel) could, if such principles are broadly interpreted, offer practical solutions to the issue. This interpretation finds support in several awards and legal writings and the conclusions reached in the book are highly desirable from the perspective of investment arbitration as a public means of disputes settlement. This is a co-publication with G. Giappichelli Editore PB | 978-94-6236-721-0 | 2017 | € 65.00 / $ 97.50 / £ 60.00

HB | 978-94-6236-640-4 | 2016 | € 195.00 / $ 292.50 / £ 179.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-459-2 | € 194.99 / $ 292.50 / £ 179.50 Series: International Commerce and Arbitration (20)

Alternative Enforcement of Competition Law Eva Lachnit

Employment Relations and Transformation of the Enterprise in the Global Economy

Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference in Commemoration of Marco Biagi Editors: Edoardo Ales; Francesco Basenghi; William Bromwich; Iacopo Senatori This book contains a selection of papers from the Thirteenth International Conference in commemoration of Marco Biagi, held at the Marco Biagi Foundation in Modena, Italy on 19 and 20 March 2015. The Conference brought together insights from labour law, economics, organisational theory and sociology, focusing on the relationship between the rapidly evolving structure of the enterprise, that affects both its formal and functional patterns, and the major pressures which labour relations are subject to, prompted by modern socio-economic processes, favoured by technological development and accentuated by the global crisis. The papers selected for this volume address the issues broadly referred to above along three strands of analysis. The first part tackles, in a legal perspective, the problem of identifying the exact nature of the employment relationship and the corresponding legal rights and responsibilities under an increasingly complex framework of reference. The second part focuses on transnational business practices characterized by peculiar actors and organizational patterns, such as multinational companies, global supply chains and the like, and on the way such phenomena impact on the system of sources of labour law. The third part addresses the peculiar problems arising in small and medium enterprises, which trigger the quest for new regulatory provisions and techniques, which provide adequate protection to workers in SMEs with relations with powerful companies, at the same time avoiding to place unnecessary burdens on the weakest players. This is a co-publication with G. Giappichelli Editore. PB | 978-94-6236-695-4 | 268 pp | 2017 | € 55.00 / $ 82.50 / £ 51.00

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This research analyses and compares the use of certain alternative enforcement instruments, such as negotiated procedures, markets work, individual guidance and compliance programmes, by the Dutch, UK and French competition authorities. Competition authorities are known for imposing enormous fines on companies that have infringed the law. However, most authorities are equally active in educating, deliberating, influencing or preventing. Alternative enforcement entails a deviation from command-and-control style enforcement and can be characterised as informal, horizontal, compliance-based, restorative, preventative and/or more efficient. This book draws from the differences between the national approaches to show the advantages and downsides of negotiated procedures, markets work, individual guidance and compliance programmes. Also, it provides recommendations to pursue a balance between instrumentality and safeguards within the instruments, and in enforcement policy as a whole. This research will be of interest for both academics and practitioners in the field of competition law and enforcement. PB | 978-94-6236-707-4 | 466 pp | 2016 | € 95.00 / $ 142.50 / £ 87.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-609-1 | € 94.99 / $ 142.50 / £ 87.50

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Comparative Perspectives of Consumer Over-Indebtedness

A View from the UK, Germany, Greece, and Italy Editor: Federico Ferretti

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The Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive and the Single Resolution Mechanism Preadviezen/Reports 2014

Nederlandse Vereniging voor Rechtsvergelijkend en Internationaal Insolventierecht (NVRII) / Netherlands Association for Comparative and International Insolvency Law (NACIIL)

This book explores the topic of over-indebtedness of consumers and their inability to repay their debts. With a large number of people having excessive debt levels across Europe, it not only impacts badly on the lives of those who are affected, but also carries great social and economic costs. Therefore, it has become a concern for both national and EU policymakers, and requires adequate legal responses for the prevention of the problem and the alleviation of its effects. Responsible credit and personal insolvency are the main solutions discussed in this book alongside other practical aspects. The volume combines a range of multidisciplinary articles by recognised national academic and nonacademic experts representing a diversity of interests in the UK, Germany, Greece and Italy. Written by academics, representatives of consumer organisations, practitioners, debt advisors and industry representatives, it is an important resource not only for their equivalents but also for policymakers, the judiciary and everyone involved in the understanding of the problem of consumer over-indebtedness.

The new European rules on bank insolvency seek to prevent future government-funded bailouts. Instead, risks should be internalized by the participants. The rules in the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive and also the Single Resolution Mechanism seek to mimic the outcome of a normal insolvency procedures, without actually letting a failing institution enter full insolvency procedures. The rules enacted are of critical importance to a healthier and more stable financial sector.

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This book presents three reports in which the new rules are explained and criticized where needed. Professor Joossen discusses the bail-in mechanisms, while Nuijten analyses the legal protection offered to stakeholders against intervention under the Single Resolution Mechanism – or the lack thereof. Finally, Clancy considers the potential use of the new resolution tools in the context of counterparties, in particular repo and derivative counterparties to a financial institution. PB | 978-94-6236-716-6 | 80 pp | 2016 | € 24.50 / $ 37.00 / £ 23.00

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Mandatory Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in the EU

Comprehensive Analysis of Various Corporate Reporting Instruments’ Current Capacity and Future Potential to Convey Non-Financial Information Dániel Gergely Szabó

Although non-financial or CSR-reporting has attracted increasing attention in the last decades, it only recently entered the legal discourse. This book narrows the gap between CSR reporting and legal disclosure requirements. It analyses financial, management, and corporate governance reporting, as well as other dedicated reporting types. The author investigates what legal framework underpins these disclosure types; to what extent these instruments mandate the disclosure of non-financial information; and if they have potential to expand their non-financial disclosure requirements. The findings suggest that mandatory nonfinancial reporting is less developed than expected. It further recommends more narrow and elaborate disclosure obligations to achieve higher transparency in CSR matters. HB | 978-94-6236-690-9 | 350 pp | 2016 | € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-581-0 | € 89.99 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Series: Dovenschmidt Monographs (4)

The Future of International Restructurings after the Implementation of WCO II and the Amendment of EIR: Is the Best yet to Come? Preadviezen/Reports 2015

 ederlandse Vereniging voor N Rechtsvergelijkend en Internationaal Insolventierecht (NVRII) / Netherlands Association for Comparative and International Insolvency Law (NACIIL) This book presents the report of the fifth annual conference of NACIIL, which was held on 6 November 2015 in Amsterdam. The conference centred around a discussion on the report “The Future of International Restructurings after the Implementation of WCO II and the Amendment of EIR: Is the Best yet to Come?” by Johan Jol. In his report, Jol examines some nineteen restructurings that have taken place in the period between 2002–2015. Jol essentially raises the question whether these cases would have played out differently had the currently pending law reforms - in particular the recast of the European Insolvency Regulation and the proposals for the introduction of a type of scheme of arrangement in the Netherlands - been in place at the time. The report published in this book has been finalized taking into account the lively and interesting discussions during the conference. We are convinced that his report will contribute to a better understanding of the international restructuring practice and will further the academic debate. PB | 978-94-6290-270-1 | 110 pp | 2016 | € 24.50 / $ 37.00 / £ 23.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-600-8 | € 24.49 / $ 37.00 / £ 23.00

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Business and Commercial Law The CAM-CCBC Arbitration Rules 2012: A Commentary

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Bank Insolvency Law China (Please see International Law)

Editors: Frederico José Straube; Claudio Finkelstein; Napoleão Casado Filho

PB | 978-94-6236-743-2 | 2017 | € 20.50 / $ 31.00 / £ 19.00 The prominent role of the Center for Arbitration and Mediation of the Chamber of Commerce Brazil-Canada in the context of international commercial arbitration in Brazil is already well established, but its recognition will be enhanced by the fact that it will serve as the relevant set of rules to be applied in the 2017 edition of the Vis Moot Competition. This means that thousands of law students around the world will be working with these Rules in their fictional commercial dispute, as they prepare for the highest level of competition in Vienna. The present commentary provides a detailed road map of the international arbitral process as contemplated from a Brazilian perspective and through the particular prism of the rules of Brazil's pre-eminent arbitral institution. It thus provides the English reader with a valuable opportunity to consider how international arbitration is meant to function in Brazil.

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Bank Insolvency Law EU (Please see International Law)

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Constitutional Law and Human Rights Fundamental Rights

Justification and Interpretation Edited by: Kenneth Einar Himma; Bojan Spaic HB | 978-94-6236-656-5 | 212 pp | 2016 | € 79.00 / $ 118.50 / £ 73.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-495-0 | € 78.99 / $ 118.50 / £ 73.00 Series: Democracy and the Rule of Law (6)

The notion of fundamental rights is one of the most important topics of our times. Strident controversies concerning the content of fundamental rights have increased worldwide, sometimes degenerating into violent conflicts. Yet legal and political theorists have so far paid insufficient attention to these controversies. This collection of essays by internationally renowned scholars is a salutary first step in the direction of resolving these disputes. The essays discuss many urgent problems concerning fundamental rights, including how such rights can be philosophically explained; how fundamental and human rights are related; how fundamental constitutional rights protecting minorities from oppression can be justified; and how constitutional human rights provisions can be implemented and applied. The authors hope to contribute to solving the disputes on fundamental rights through intellectual consensus rather than violence. As the contributions - while written with rigor and nuance - are highly accessible to the lay reader, this volume will be of interest both to an academic as well as a general audience.

On Lawmaking and Public Trust Editor: Suzanne Comtois; Kars de Graaf

Sentencing at the International Criminal Court From Nuremberg to the Hague Alice Riccardi

Over the last decades, the evolution of public law has been marked by a trend towards the diversification of sources and forms of law, processes and governance tools. In our globalized world, various factors - such as the increasing importance of European law, international law and fundamental rights, as well as the greater prevalence of social and economic concerns - have tended to justify the need to harmonize legal norms and practices and, thus, to open the borders of legal normativity. The increased interaction between legal systems and other sources of normativity that has followed has led to the coexistence of a diversity of normative authorities (ranging from civil society and the industry itself, to European and international organizations). It has also resulted in the emergence, within domestic law, of a broad range of norms grounded in different sources of legitimacy and with varying degrees of normative force, not merely constrained to the narrow formal definition of “legal norm”. This book explores ways in which public lawmaking is changing and examines the impact of such changes on the law itself, on the lawmaking processes, and on the role of decision-makers (judges, public administrators and stakeholders). It also questions the legitimacy of the new governance tools that have emerged from this transformation as well as their impact on the public's trust and confidence. PB | 978-94-6236-684-8 | 256 pp | 2016 | € 46.00 / $ 67.50 / £ 41.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-570-4 | € 45.99 / $ 67.50 / £ 41.50

This book deals with the purposes of sentencing in international criminal law focusing on the International Criminal Court. Notwithstanding the modern longevity of international criminal law and the volume of research produced on the issue of international sentencing rationales, the International Criminal Court has not yet established a coherent sentencing policy. Vis-à-vis the absence of statutory provisions identifying the objectives of sentences, this book explores the law as it is with the aim of understanding the philosophical foundations of international sentencing. The work opens with a critical examination of the issue of sentencing rationales in international criminal law and with an overview of the theories advanced by scholars. To pursue its main objective, the book is then divided into two sections. The first section studies whether it is possible to find a norm of international law providing for the aims of sentences in the law and practice of pure international criminal jurisdictions created before the entry into force of the Statute of the International Criminal Court, namely the Nuremberg and Tokyo Tribunals and the two UN ad hoc Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. The second section analyses the issue of sentencing at the International Criminal Court, by focusing on the provisions of its Statute, on the relevant rules of internationally recognized human rights law and on the Court's first practice. The book ends with a re-organization of the principles emerged throughout the research. The resulting principled system suggests a consistent approach to the penal justifications of sentencing for the International Criminal Court. This is a co-publication with G. Giappichelli Editore. PB | 978-94-6236-704-3 | 230 pp | 2016 | € 65.00 / $ 97.50 / £ 60.00

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Constitutional Law and Human Rights Social Rights as Fundamental Rights XIXth International Congress of Comparative Law Editor: Krzysztof Wojtyczek

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Implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Lusophone Africa A Socio-Legal Perspective

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The present volume contains the majority of national reports on social and economic rights prepared for the 19th International Congress of Comparative Law which was held in Vienna on 20-26 July 2014. All reports have been updated following the discussions at the Congress. The national reports are based on a questionnaire but do not all follow the same format. Each report gives an overview of various legal questions connected withthe protection of social and economic rights in a particular country. The book as a whole shows the difficulties in the implementation of social rights. This work is of interest not only to academics interested in the field of comparative law but also to legal practitioners active in the field of social and economic rights. PB | 978-94-6236-620-6 | 2016 | € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-424-0 | € 89.99 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00

World Bank Accountability In Theory and in Practice Andria Naudé Fourie

International financial institutions such as the World Bank should be accountable - but to whom and for what? What role is there for legal and social normativity to influence, prescribe and assess behaviour and, ultimately, realize specific outcomes? How do we answer such questions in theory and how do we implement the answers to such questions in practice? Focusing on the World Bank's development-lending operations, this book considers these matters - specifically through the perspectives offered by the Bank's citizen-driven accountability mechanism: the Inspection Panel. The book analyzes various interests, demands, expectations and conceptions surrounding the multidimensional notion of 'accountability' - thereby demonstrating why, in a diverse and dynamic world, accountability questions remain both relevant and challenging to answer conclusively. With its emphasis on theory and practice, this book is aimed both at researchers studying and practitioners working in transnational regulatory governance contexts involving multiple actors, politico-legal systems and forms of normativity. With its compendium of challenges characterizing Bank-financed development projects, this book can also introduce students of various disciplines to the operations of multilateral development banks. HB | 978-94-6236-599-5 | 638 pp | 2016 | € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Epub | 978-94-6236-599-5 | € 89.99 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00

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Criminology Cybercriminal Networks

Origin, Growth and Criminal Capabilities Rutger Leukfeldt PB | 978-94-6236-708-1 | 230 pp | 2016 | € 46.00 / $ 67.50 / £ 41.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-613-8 | € 45.99 / $ 67.50 / £ 41.50

This book is about cybercriminal networks that make use of digital means, such as phishing, malware or hacking, to steal money from customers of financial institutions. The author analyzes the processes of origin and growthand criminal capabilities, and puts forward several explanations for the differences found between traditional criminal networks and cybercriminal networks. His most important findings are that although the majority of these cybercriminal networks still rely on real-world social ties for their origin and growth, some networks make full use of the advantages that digitization provides. As a new kind of offender convergence setting, forums provide a fluid form of cooperation, making dependency relationships seen in traditional criminal networks less important. Furthermore, examples were found of prolonged, repeated interaction through online communities, which raises the question to what extent digital social ties differ from their real-world counterparts. This study forms an important evidence-based contribution to the criminological knowledge about cybercriminal networks. Furthermore, based on the empirical results, the author outlines possibilities for situational crime prevention against cybercriminal networks. This book will therefore be of interest both to academics and practitioners in the field of cybercrime and cyber security.

Security Pacts: The Italian Experience

Safety First

How Contracts are used for Governing Crime and Disorder

How Local Processes of Securitization have Affected the Position and Role of Dutch Mayors

Marco Calaresu

Ruth Prins

This book deals with the evolution of urban security policy in Italy. The author analysed 51 security pacts, signed between Italian governmental agencies and local governments, between 2007-2009. The analysis shows the range of security policy networking activities and the massive adoption of “Security Pacts”. HB | 978-94-6236-649-7 | 2017 | € 39.00 / $ 58.50 / £ 36.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-476-9 | € 38.99 / $ 58.50 / £ 36.00

During the last two decades, Dutch citizens have become increasingly worried about a wide variety of public safety problems. Consequently, a new policy domain regarding local public safety has emerged and established itself in the Netherlands. Public expenditure on local safety has grown enormously and traditional problems such as disturbances of local order and petty crime, were soon complemented by newer concerns including drug-related nuisance, domestic violence and organized crime. As Dutch mayors are responsible for providing order in local society, all eyes generally turn to them when a new problem arises. The national government has granted them various powers to tackle new threats to public safety. However, not all sections of Dutch society are happy with these developments, and a public debate was triggered in which the Dutch mayors were accused of behaving more like local sheriffs, and less in accordance with their traditional role of shepherds of local communities. This research combines national and local studies on the position and role of Dutch mayors in local safety governance between the years 1990 and 2010, and concludes that an ever growing trend of securitizing local issues has fostered an expansion of the mayor's formal position, as well as new actions and roles in daily public safety governance. PB | 978-94-6236-468-4 | 250 pp | 2016 | € 41.00 / $ 60.00 / £ 37.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-144-7 | € 39.99 / $ 60.00 / £ 37.00

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Criminology Complex Criminality Editors: D. Abels; D. Bruin; H. van der Bruin

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Cybercrime among Companies

Research into Cybercrime Victimisation among Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and One-Man Businesses in the Netherlands Sander Veenstra; Renske Zuurveen; Wouter Stol

This book presents a collection of essays on the wide diversity of meanings of complex criminality. These essays were written to commemorate a national gathering of PhD candidates, from criminal law departments of different universities, at the University of Amsterdam on the 6th of June 2014. 'Complex criminality' is a very broad notion with many distinct meanings, e.g., complicated criminality -which may actually apply to all forms of criminality-, sophisticated criminality, common facts rendered more difficult to understand for lay persons as a result of translation into criminal legal jargon, or the systemic nature of certain crimes. This book offers the reader unique perspectives on complex criminality by authors from various fields of specialization. PB | 978-94-6236-713-5 | 122 pp | 2016 | € 35.00 / $ 52.50 / £ 32.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-622-0 | € 34.99 / $ 52.50 / £ 32.50

The digitisation of society offers businesses opportunities, but also poses risks. However, scientific evidence on the extent to which businesses actually fall victim to cybercrime is scarce. This book contains the findings of a study into cybercrime victimisation among Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) and One-Man Businesses (OMBs) in the Netherlands that was conducted from 2013 until 2015. Over 1,200 SMEs and more than 1,600 OMBs were surveyed. The report presents unique figures on the extent and impact of cybercrime amongst businesses. The results indicate that more than a quarter of Dutch businesses are confronted with cybercrime. Victims are self-reliant: they seldom contact law enforcement, but instead take action to prevent and solve cybercrime problems themselves. As a consequence, police lack insight into the nature and extent of cybercrime amongst SMEs and OMBs, which hampers the ability of law enforcement to contribute effectively to the fight against cybercrime. PB | 978-94-6236-652-7 | 214 pp | 2016 | € 40.50 / $ 59.50 / £ 36.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-486-8 | € 40.49 / $ 59.50 / £ 36.50

Chain Reactions in Criminal Justice Discretion and the Necessity of Interdisciplinary Research Maartje van der Woude

Resilience Investigated (2010-2015) On Human Processes in Police Work Annika Smit; Nanette Slagmolen; Marion Brepoels

By drawing from her research on ethnic profiling, crimmigration and counterterrorism legislation, Van der Woude illustrates the key role that discretion has in various criminal justice matters, as well as emphasizing the need to view and research discretion as an interdisciplinary concept. Whereas discretion is considered necessary for the proper and efficient functioning of the criminal justice system, it is more often seen as a problem for legal and public policy due to its potential for injustice or for social advancement. For a concept this central to the criminal justice system, it is interesting to see that research into discretion and discretionary decisionmaking is somewhat limited, or at least isolated in a disciplinary sense. Legal scholars have mostly been concerned with clarifying the concept itself, and exploring its relationship with rules and the extent to which rules sanction discretionary behavior. The interest of many social scientists, on the other hand, has been in analyzing the law in action so as to further the understanding of how the words of the law may - or may not - be translated into legal action. By defining discretion as decision-making they accentuate different aspects of discretion, making it difficult to combine both strands of literature . This publication, however, provides the reader to gain a full oversight and deeper understanding of the effects that discretion has on the various levels - and the interplay between these levels - of the criminal justice chain.This publication is of interest to academics and students interested in the study of the law in society.

Resilience means the ability to function successfully under challenging circumstances and involves the human aspects of police professionalism. How can police personnel continue to do their work under mentally and physically stressful circumstances, and what do they need in order to recover properly? What support can be provided for police personnel in order to ensure that they can continue to contribute to a fairer and safer society - a society in which tensions and stresses are increasing, producing complex and difficult situations? These questions touch on the human and inter personal processes that are at play in police work. Five years of research into these processes has led to a number of scientific insights that are relevant to police work. These insights are explained and illustrated, and their relevance to other international literature is revealed. This research emerged from the agenda of the Professional Resilience Enhancement Programme. The Programme has led to the launch of several new interventions, as well as the improvement of existing interventions. Examples include Mental Strength Training, the 24-7 Police Help Desk, the Suicide Registration Point and Fit@NP. This book has been published alongside a collection of short stories entitled Stories of Resilience: personal experiences that illustrate what resilience means in practice.

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Stories of Resilience

Resilience in the Practice of Police Work Marion Brepoels; Nanette Slagmolen; Annika Smit

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Problematic Youth Group Involvement as Situated Choice

Testing an Integrated Condition-ControlsExposure Model Lieven Pauwels; Wim Hardyns

Thirteen stories, each of which recounts the real-life experiences of a professional working for or with the police force. This collection reveals the vulnerabilities and resilience of people who are passionately committed to their work, and helps to make sense of their daily experiences and concerns. It provides a practical and personal perspective on the human and interpersonal aspects of police professionalism. Using the term ‘resilience’, we explore the personal and interpersonal aspects of policing, which we have researched and sought to develop through the Professional Resilience Enhancement Programme. The Programme has led to the launch of several new interventions, as well as the improvement of existing interventions. Examples include Mental Strength Training, the 24-7 Police Help Desk, the Suicide Registration Point and Fit@NP. Published alongside this collection of stories is the book Resilience Investigated (2010–2015), a description of our current scientific understanding of resilience in police work. The book is the result of five years of research undertaken on the basis of the Professional Resilience Enhancement Programme agenda. PB | 978-94-6236-697-8 | 128 pp | 2016 | € 36.00 / $ 52.50 / £ 32.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-592-6 | € 35.99 / $ 52.50 / £ 32.50

The present study deals with young adolescents' involvement in what is generally referred to as a problematic youth group. This book develops an overarching metatheoretical framework that is useful for the development and testing of integrated models. The authors describe an integrated Conditions-Controls-Exposure model and present descriptive and theorytesting analyses. Special attention is paid to the end-to-end integration of the micro ecological setting, social controls (social bonds, monitoring, school social bond), personal controls (moral beliefs, locus of control and self-control), and the situational context. The implications of the findings for future research are discussed. PB | 978-94-6236-593-3 | 226 pp | 2016 | € 40.00 / $ 58.50 / £ 36.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-363-2 | € 39.99 / $ 58.50 / £ 36.00

Desert in a Reparative Frame

Re-defining Contemporary Criminal Justice David J. Cornwell

Firesetting and Firesetters in the Netherlands Individualization, Identification and Treatment Lydia Dalhuisen

Firesetting can have devastating effects, including loss of life and serious financial damage. With its potentially severe negative consequences, this type of behaviour has enormous impact on society. Remarkably, however, this phenomenon has received little attention in research, leaving the questions largely unanswered regarding how firesetters can best be individualised, caught by the police and treated in forensic mental health institutions. Based on the first large-scale research project studying firesetters in the Netherlands, this monograph provides answers resulting from analyses at a macro, meso and micro level. These analyses show that firesetters are a heterogeneous group, whose subgroups have their own specific diagnostics and characteristics. These characteristics can guide the police investigation in cases of firesetting. Furthermore, the subgroups found have specific treatment needs, as described in a differentiated treatment model. In order to be effective, treatment should focus on these specific needs. In short, this study contributes to knowledge on the firesetting phenomenon, highlighting the need for differentiation both in individualising and identifying as well as in treating firesetters. This book is part of the so-called Pompe series, which contains publications by staff members of the Willem Pompe Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology in Utrecht, and by authors closely aligned to the school of thought for which the Institute is known. One of its main characteristics has always been the combination of legal and social-scientific approaches to problems of criminal law. The central theme of the Institute's research programme is the protection and enforcement of fundamental rights in a changing world. Within that programme, research focuses on the position of vulnerable groups in relation to the state and on the significance of individual human rights in an international context.

This work re-configures the concept of Desert within criminal punishment philosophy and practice away from its traditional and predominantly retributive orientation and towards a reparative and restorative mode of criminal justice delivery inclusive of all the stakeholders within the justice process. Its pragmatic prescriptions for 'doing justice better' will be of operational interest to a wide range of criminal justice practitioners, academics, legal professionals, policy-makers, students of criminology, and informed members of the media and general public alike. Though written from a mainly British contemporary perspective, this work has resonance for penal reform within many jurisdictions world-wide, both developed and developing, and bearing the burden of excessive penal populations at unacceptable financial and social cost. It focuses upon giving victims of crime due and proper consideration, and many less serious offenders the opportunity to take responsibility and make amends for their wrongdoing as a practical means towards their social restoration. Summarily, it shifts the contemporary justice paradigm away from crime control and towards crime reduction. HB | 978-94-6236-644-2 | 182 pp | 2016 | € 49.00 / $ 73.50 / £ 45.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-464-6 | € 48.99 / $ 73.50 / £ 45.50

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Environmental Law Radioactive Waste Management in International and European Legal Perspective Edited by: Harry H.G. Post; Aurelien Raccah PB | 978-94-6236-694-7 | 148 pp | 2016 | € 45.00 / $ 67.50 / £ 41.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-588-9 | € 44.99 / $ 67.50 / £ 41.50

The management of radioactive waste in Europe and elsewhere has been the subject of continuous legal and political challenges, both in court rooms and by environmental groups in the field. Public concern was and is often considerable. In case of its transport blockades of roads and other police interventions have not been rare. Somewhat remarkable perhaps, the management of radioactive waste has not at all got the attention in academic literature it so very much seems to deserve, although, e.g., the applicable legal regime is rather intriguing to say the least. One of the purposes of this book is to examine and discuss some important aspects of the relevant law, notably of the European Union. Under EU Law, radioactive waste management largely has a separate Euratom regime. This special Euratom Community has hardly been affected by all the developments from the original Community Law to modern EU Law. It has missed all the Treaty changes, from Maastricht and Amsterdam all the way to the Lisbon Treaty. Minimal power of the European Parliament in this field is one of the consequences.This book discusses and critically analyses in detail how the Euratom regime functions in respect to such an important part of the management of waste as radioactive waste is. It critically analyses the applicable instruments of Euratom law, the relevant jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice as well as some salient developments in national and international law.

The Regulation of the NonNavigational Use of the Euphrates and Tigris River System

International Law Regulating the Distribution and Utilisation of the Water of Euphrates and Tigris Illustrated by the Atatürk and Ilisu Dams

The Social Construction of the Dutch Air Quality Clash How Road Expansions Bit the Dust Against Particulate Matter Tobias Arnoldussen

Nicholas Bremer This book analyses the distribution and utilisation of the water of the Euphrates and Tigris river system from the perspective of international law. It shows which international treaties and provisions of international customary law regulating the non-navigational use of international freshwater systems are binding for the riparian states, Iraq, Syria and Turkey, and how the distribution and utilisation of the waters of the river system are governed by these. this study uses two Turkish dams – the Atatürk Dam on the Euphrates and the Ilisu Dam on the Tigris – to illustrate which provisions of international law are binding and what problems arise concerning the application of these principles. HB | 978-94-6236-744-9 | 472 pp | 2017 | € 85.00 / $ 127.50 / £ 78.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-681-7 | € 84.99 / $ 127.50 / £ 78.50

From a small policy issue in the 1990s, air quality suddenly became a hotly debated public problem in the Netherlands from 2004 onwards. During the ensuing political and legal clash over air quality in the years 2004 – 2010, Dutch infrastructure development and road expansion grinded to a halt on account of exceedance of the legal standards for air pollution. Tobias Arnoldussen analyses this sudden emergence of air pollution on the Dutch political agenda by reviewing court cases, policy documents, European Environmental Law and the alarming research data on a new type of air pollution, Particulate Matter. Using social constructivism and discourse analysis as methods of socio-legalinquiry, Arnoldussen relates the emergence of the clash to innovative legal strategies of the environmental movement, the concerns of epidemiologists, ambitious European policy makers and an activist judiciary wielding its substantial political influence. On the level of law and policy he considers the clash to be the result of the increased Europeanisation of Environmental Law, the failed ecological modernisation of mobility and the growing role of a precautionary approach in European and Dutch law and policy. PB | 978-94-6236-639-8 | 2016 | € 79.50 / $ 119.50 / £ 73.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-456-1 | € 79.49 / $ 119.50 / £ 73.50

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European Law Fit for the Future?

Reflections from Leiden on the Functioning of the EU Edited by: Bernard Steunenberg; Wim Voermans; Stefaan Van den Bogaert PB | 978-94-6236-638-1 | 330 pp | 2016 | € 65.00 / $ 97.50 / £ 60.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-527-8 | € 64.99 / $ 97.50 / £ 60.00

The Netherlands is once again at the helm of the EU in the spring of 2016. This volume brings together contributions on topics related to the Dutch Presidency Agenda 2016 from a number of scholars who are affiliated with Leiden University. Each of the authors reflects on elements and developments in EU law and policy that will be important to the EU agenda in the coming months from their own background or perspective. The volume offers unique contemporary, academic, and interdisciplinary insights on the functioning of the EU for national and European policy- and decision-makers.

The Human Rights of Migrant Women in European Law: Family Work and Violence

The Eurasian Economic Union and the European Union

Fulvia Staiano

Editors: A. Di Gregorio; A. Angeli

European and domestic migration law indirectly discriminates against third-country national migrant women. Can human and fundamental rights law remedy this gender bias? The Human Rights of Migrant Women in International and The Human Rights of Migrant Women in International and European Law unveils the existence of a gender bias in European norms - at both EU and domestic level - regulating migrant women's family life and employment. This monograph aims to analyse the potential of European human and fundamental rights law to expose and correct this bias. The author argues that migrant women's most common life circumstances must come to the fore in order to fulfil both of these aims. The author assesses relevant examples of human and fundamental rights jurisprudence at supranational and domestic levels. It identifies effective judicial interpretations to ensure migrant women's enjoyment of their rights and entitlements in conditions of equality and non-discrimination. This is a co-publication with G. Giappichelli Editore PB | 978-94-6236-722-7 | 118 pp | 2017 | € 55.00 / $ 97.50 / £ 60.00

Moving Toward a Greater Understanding

This volume analyzes the evolution of geo-political and economic integration in the Eurasian area. The Eurasian integration is a growing phenomenon and the largest scale analysis proves necessary to avoid simplistic judgments based only on the geo-political approach. The editors of this publication present different profiles of integration, such as the geopolitical and constitutional aspect, the relations with the European Union, migration issues, energy flows, the compatibility between the Eurasian and the WTO law, and the comparison with the European integration model. The book presents a wide range of viewpoints through essays of specialists from Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, Italy, France. The book is of interest to academics and practitioners in constitutional, international and European law, international relations, and political science. It was published with the support of the Department of International Studies of the University of Milan, within which a specific multidisciplinary research group on the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, well known at national and international level, has consolidated its experience over the years. HB | 978-94-6236-736-4 | 226 pp | 2017 | € 59.00 / $ 88.50 / £ 54.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-669-5 | € 58.99 / $ 88.50 / £ 54.50

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European Law Union Policies Editor: Petra Lea Láncos; Kinga Debisso; Laura Gyeney; Marcel Szabó

The new book ‘Union Policies’ offers a reader friendly solution to inquiries into a wide range of policies of the European Union. Following a historical and theoretical introduction into EU policy-making, different categories of Union policies are discussed in detail. Among others, chapters include an insight into new developments in the field of EU immigration and asylum policy, the relationship between the EU and the churches, as well as well as EU monetary policy, providing an overview of legal bases, competences and the decision-making by EU institutions and bodies as well as a survey of the relevant jurisprudence of the CJEU.-> This book is only available in PDF format. You can download the PDF for free on http:// www.elevenpub.com. PDF | 978-94-6236-720-3 | 2016

Radioactive Waste Management in International and European Legal Perspective (Please see Environmental Law)

PB | 978-94-6236-694-7 | 148 pp | 2016 | € 45.00 / $ 67.50 / £ 41.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-588-9 | € 44.99 / $ 67.50 / £ 41.50

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Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law 2016 (Please see International Law)

HB | 978-94-6236-732-6 | 680 pp | 2017 | € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-662-6 | € 89.99 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Series: Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law

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International law Implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Lusophone Africa A Socio-Legal Perspective Aquinaldo Célio Mandlate PB | 978-94-6236-500-1 | 270 pp | 2016 | € 55.00 / $ 82.50 / £ 51.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-187-4 | € 54.99 / $ 82.50 / £ 51.00 Series: Comparative African Legal Studies (2)

The Comparative African Legal Studies series aims to profile research in the fields of children, youth, families, gender, disability, education and socioeconomic rights. It focuses on contemporary issues in African development, with human rights as a backdrop.In this book, the author investigates the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the African Children's Charter in Portuguese speaking jurisdictions in Africa, which ratified these treaties more than 20 years ago. He critically analyses laws, policies, infrastructure, and oversight mechanisms established to advance children's rights, and assesses both gains made and possibilities for improvement in areas such as juvenile justice, family law, children's right to education, and child marriage. This book contains the first ever systematic comparative study focusing on implementation of children's rights law by any Lusophone researcher. Its findings will be valuable for scholars as well as policy and law makers, lawyers, social workers, and NGO-practitioners.

Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law 2016

Bank Insolvency Law China Qingjiang Kong

Editor: Marcel Szabó; Petra Lea Láncos; Réka Varga

The Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law is a collection of articles written mostly by Hungarian authors covering developments in the field of international law and EU law, and progress indomestic implementation and application of these fields of law. The thematic part of the present volume centres around the issues of nationality, identity, loyalty and citizenship. The authors explore the gradually changing state approaches to multiple citizenship, as well as the shift in the focus of international conventions dealing with nationality. The Yearbook also contains numerous articles analysing well-known Hungary-related cases and their assessment from the perspective of Hungarian legal experts. The Yearbook offers a comprehensive picture of the state of application and implementation of EU law and international law in Hungary.

This is volume II of the three volumes series on ‘New Bank Insolvency Law for China and Europe’. This innovative research project was launched in February 2014, by the China University of Politics and Law (Beijing, China) and Leiden Law School’s Hazelhoff Centre for Financial Law. It takes stock of the existing and future rules in the field of bank insolvency law in China. PB | 978-94-6236-743-2 | 2017 | € 20.50 / $ 31.00 / £ 19.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-680-0 | € 20.49 / $ 31.00 / £ 19.00

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The Human Rights of Migrant Women in European Law: Family Work and Violence (Please see European Law)

This is volume I of the three volumes on ‘New Bank Insolvency Law for China and Europe’ This innovative research project was launched in February 2014, by the China University of Politics and Law (Beijing, China) and Leiden Law School’s Hazelhoff Centre for Financial Law. It takes stock of the existing and future rules in the field of EU bank insolvency law. HB | 978-94-6236-737-1 | 2017 | € 50.50 / $ 67.00 / £ 45.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-670-1 | € 50.49 / $ 76.00 / £ 46.50

World Bank Accountability In Theory and in Practice

(Please see Constitutional Law and Human Rights)

HB | 978-94-6236-599-5 | 638 pp | 2016 | € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Epub | 978-94-6236-599-5 | € 89.99 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00

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Law (general) Dismissal Law in the Netherlands A Practical Guide

Mirjam de Blécourt PB | 978-94-6236-650-3 | 132 pp | 2016 | € 35.00 / $ 52.50 / £ 32.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-521-6 | € 34.99 / $ 52.50 / £ 32.50

In July 2015, dismissal laws in the Netherlands were changed drastically. The objective was to make dismissal laws simpler, fairer, faster and cheaper. However, it has become clear that this objective will not be met. Severance packages have not been diminished to the lower transition payment and themore expensive Cantonal Court formula has not been abolished in practice. Compensation claims are on the rise and dismissing ill employees has become extremely difficult. Explanations of the new laws in the English language are currently wanting. In order to facilitate multinationals and other international clients, Mirjam A. de Blécourt now fills this gap with this practical guide. As the laws are complicated, the booklet is written to guide the reader in a pragmatic and efficient way.

Healthcare Fraud, Corruption and Waste in Europe National and Academic Perspectives Editor: Misja Mikkers; Wolf Sauter; Paul Vincke; Jos Boertjens

The lack of well-documented, factual information on fraud, waste and corruption in the healthcare sector is an important ally for those who would seek to abuse healthcare systems for their own profit. Our lack of knowledge of the incidence, nature and extent of fraud, waste and corruption in healthcare is a threat to the establishment of effective counter-fraud strategies. It prevents those who finance healthcare provision from understanding in clear and quantifiable terms the need to invest resources into counter-fraud activities. As a consequence, fraud remains a matter of moral hazard and healthcare systems continue to suffer considerable financial damage, as well as all the associated consequences for the quality of care that patients receive. It was for these reasons that the European Healthcare Fraud and Corruption Network (EHFCN) and the Dutch Healthcare Authority (NZa, member of EHFCN) decided to collaborate to publish this book. PB | 978-94-6236-685-5 | 250 pp | 2017 | € 55.00 / $ 82.50 / £ 51.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-571-1 | € 54.99 / $ 82.50 / £ 51.00

European Labour Law Legislation (2nd edition) Editor: S.S.M. Peters

This publication brings together the most important European and international regulation in the area of labour law. It includes regulations from, among others, the European Union, the Council of Europe and the International Labour Organisation. The selected regulations are decisive to some extent for the content of the EU member states' national labour law or contain rules on the conflict of laws and jurisdiction law (private international law). Because of the growing international influences on national individual and collective labour law, it is hardly possible to be acquainted with the labour law of the different European countries without some knowledge of European (labour) law. In addition, an increasing number of employees are working 'across the border', for example in the context of secondment (posting of workers), which raises questions about the law that applies to their employment contract.This law book is therefore useful not only for the lawyer who is primarily engaged in European labour law, but also for the lawyer who is engaged in 'national' labour law practice. This publication is also intended for university education and higher professional education. The selection is preceded by an introduction. This introduction provides a brief overview of the different sources of European labour law, outlines the main points of European Union law and briefly describes the eleven sections which comprise the volume. PB | 978-94-6236-655-8 | 645 pp | 2016 | € 53.00 / $ 77.50 / £ 47.50

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Evolution in Dispute Resolution From Adjudication to ADR?

Legal Argumentation and the Rule of Law

Editors: Michiel Duchateau; Saskia Fikkers; Lottie Lane; Esther van Schagen

Editors: Eveline Feteris; Harm Kloosterhuis; Jose Plug; Carel Smith

The governance of dispute settlement is evolving in order to cope with a changing world, taking on many forms in many contexts. There is no general model for ‘the’ best way of settling disputes. Instead, what is the most suitable way of settling disputes highly depends on contextual factors, such as the nature of the parties involved, the nature of the relationship between them, the economic and/or moral value of the dispute, the cross-jurisdictional nature of the dispute, etc. This book aims to assess the way in which the nature of dispute resolution has evolved. With one mostly conceptual chapter and three chapters that analyse examples from radically different contexts, it makes clear that disputes are evolved within vastly different governance structures. Considering similar questions in different contexts, the chapters show how the evolution of dispute resolution has not only been shaped by the nature of disputes themselves and the type of parties involved, but also by the values that different systems try to protect. PB | 978-94-6236-635-0 | 110 pp | 2016 | € 29.50 / $ 43.00 / £ 26.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-449-3 | € 28.49 / $ 43.00 / £ 26.50

Law and Behavioral Sciences

Why We Need Less Purity Rather than More Peter Mascini

Modern legal systems are characterized by a tension between two commonplaces: the Rule of Law on the one hand, and the arguable character of law on the other. The Rule of Law calls for legal certainty, predictability and reasonableness; the argumentative character of law implies room for rational disagreement. In this book, expert scholars come together to offer interdisciplinary approaches to debate this tension and its possible reconciliation. Central in their perspective is that reconciliation is possible when the Rule of Law also incorporates rules for reasongiving. Reason-giving should be part of a substantive conception of the Rule of Law. Requiring that legal decision-makers give reasons furthers reasonable outcomes. The analysis of the ideal of rational argumentation and the ideal of the Rule of Law show how insights of two traditions are connected. This collection of essays includes contributions from law, argumentation theory, logic and philosophical perspectives. This multifaceted approach demonstrates the variety of questions that emerge at the intersection of both commonplaces. This volume fills a remarkable void in the current literature on the Rule of Law. It should be welcomed, not only by experts in Legal Methodology, Argumentation Theory and Rhetoric, but by judges, lawyers and law students as well. PB | 978-94-6236-702-9 | 238 pp | 2016 | € 48.50 / $ 71.50 / £ 44.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-597-1 | € 48.49 / $ 71.50 / £ 44.00

Liability of Football Clubs for Supporters’ Misconduct

A Study into the Interaction between Disciplinary Regulations of Sports Organisations and Civil Law Rosmarijn van Kleef In his inaugural lecture, Peter Mascini takes issue with the goal of scientific purity in the behavioral study of law, conceived as the deliberate choice to postulate a limited number of universally applicable behavioral principles. The guiding principle of behavioral sociology is that law behaves in correspondence to social space, while the guiding principle of law and economics is that individuals behave rationally. Behavioral economics has challenged the principle of the rational actor and, consequently, has also challenged the desire for scientific purity in law and economics. Peter Mascini defends a two-fold thesis: first, that the purification of sociology proposed by behavioral sociology is a blind alley that can only be exited by allowing impurity. Second, that the behavioral economics movement has offered law and economics an opportunity to reinvigorate by embracing impurity. The combination of the two parts of his thesis lead him to the claim that we need less purity in the behavioral study of law rather than more. He ends his lecture by stating that the introduction of impurity that has been started by behavioral economics needs to be extended in several respects. He will propose to replace the behavioral study of law by an approach that not only takes empirical research seriously, but also adopts a modest attitude by surrendering the ambition to come up with universally applicable predictions and by taking seriously meaningful behavior. PB | 978-94-6236-679-4 | 42 pp | 2016 | € 20.00 / $ 21.00 / £ 13.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-551-3 | € 19.99 / $ 21.00 / £ 13.00

Supporters' misconduct is an unfortunate phenomenon connected to the most popular sport in the world. Despite many legislative efforts, incidents keep occurring, often resulting in damage. The difficulty in addressing the misbehaving individuals directly has led to the idea of addressing football clubs instead. The rules created by national and international football organisations hold clubs liable for their supporters' behaviour regardless of the question of culpable conduct or culpable oversight. In addition to the disciplinary liability, there is the issue of the compensation for damage caused before, during and after football matches. Both forms of liability of football clubs for supporters' misconduct - disciplinary liability and civil liability - have been the subject of a number of court cases across Europe. Are the judgments in these two types of cases in line with each other with respect to the appreciation of the applicable rules and sanctions? Are the same types of rules applied in both situations? Can disciplinary rules be applied in civil-law cases? Is the same behaviour evaluated differently in cases of disciplinary liability and civil liability? Is there room for the national court to assess the civil liability of football clubs after a sanction has been imposed? When assessing the civil liability of clubs, do national courts refer to relevant rules in sports regulations? Can disciplinary standards be applied in civil law in order to define the duty of care of football clubs in regard to supporters' misconduct? On the whole this research is focused on the interaction between the disciplinary regulations of national and international football associations regarding the liability of clubs for supporters' misconduct and civil law. To provide a comprehensive overview, the disciplinary and civil liability of clubs was examined from a comparative, transnational and interactional perspective. PB | 978-94-6236-670-1 | 246 pp | 2016 | € 37.50 / $ 55.00 / £ 34.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-530-8 | € 37.49 / $ 55.00 / £ 34.00

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On Opinions

A Concise Guide to Drafting and Evaluating Dutch Law Legal Opinions Jan Marten van Dijk

Entering into a transaction inevitably involves risks, including legal risks. If there is a Dutch connection, there may well be Dutch legal risks. The purpose of a Dutch law opinion is to analyse those risks.The opinion giver, an appropriately qualified legal expert (a lawyer (advocaat), civil-law notary (notaris) or sometimes an in-house lawyer), confirms in the opinion that certain risks do not exist and highlights risks that do. This gives the opinion recipient a basis for determining whether, after weighing up the pros and cons, it is responsible from a Dutch law perspective to enter into the particular transaction. The expert giving an opinion must provide the care required by Dutch law. Since failure in his duty of care may render him liable for damage sustained by the opinion recipient, an opinion giver must know what level of care is required of him. Equally, an opinion recipient must know what level of care it can expect. As luck would have it, legal opinions have largely become standardised and this in turn has had the effect of standardising the opinion giver's duty of care.That duty of care is the subject of this book, which is intended as a practical guide to Dutch law opinions and the various elements that comprise them. Based on practice and with its focus on practice, the guide describes / analyses which risks will typically be indicated in an opinion and which risks will not, clarifying the level of care an opinion giver must provide and an opinion recipient may expect. HB | 978-94-6236-700-5 | 209 pp | 2016 | € 65.00 / $ 97.50 / £ 60.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-596-4 | € 64.99 / $ 97.50 / £ 60.00

Pre-trial Detention in the Netherlands Legal Principles Versus Practical Reality Jan Crijns; Bas Leeuw; Hilde Wermink

The use of pre-trial detention has been criticized and debated frequently in Europe, and especially in the Netherlands. Questions are raised whether pre-trial detention is used too often and whether the practice of pre-trial detention is in line with standards set by the ECtHR. This research on pre-trial detention in the Netherlands is part of a broader EU wide research project on the application of pre-trial detention in a selected number of EU member states. Goal of the research project is collecting information on the legal framework on pre-trial detention and its application in practice in a selection of member states. This in order to inform the debate on the European level on the necessity of EU-legislation in this field. The research findings are based on questionnaires filled in by defence lawyers, observing pre-trial detention hearings, reviewing case files of closed cases and inter views with judges and prosecutors. The main conclusion of the Dutch research is that the Dutch legislation on pre-trial detention generally is in conformity with European standards. However, the practice of applying pre-trial detention falls somewhat short of these standards; especially the high percentage of pre-trial detention being ordered, the limited reasoning of decisions and the infrequent use of alternatives to pre-trial detention are noteworthy.

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Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law Editors: Julian Sidoli; Michel Vols; Marvin Kiehl

In Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law the authors seek to address a range of issues that focus largely on the question of housing in an urban context. It is in the urban context that the challenge of contemporary housing law and policy is at its most acute with issues of supply, regulation, density and the like at the forefront of the debate. Housing law is one of the most important and vibrant areas of law. Its importance is rooted in the fundamental value of the home, but its significance ranges far wider encompassing issues such as human rights, anti-social behaviour, property law, planning, contract, regulation, economics and public policy. In contrast to previous research, this book does not solely focus on doctrinal analysis of the law, but combines insights from socio-legal studies, human rights research and comparative legal analysis. In addition, it provides the reader with an international comparative perspective by including chapters about housing law in nonEnglish speaking countries.This book is the first volume in a new series that seeks to examine the many faces of housing law from a variety of academic and professional perspectives. HB | 978-94-6236-711-1 | 158 pp | 2017 | € 65.00 / $ 97.50 / £ 60.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-619-0 | € 64.99 / $ 97.50 / £ 60.00 Series: Studies in Housing Law (1)

Rethinking Expropriation Law I Public Interest in Expropriation

Editors: B. Hoops; E.J. Marais; H. Mostert; J.A.M.A. Sluysman; L.C.A. Verstappen

This book is the first of a series in which experts engage critically with identified aspects of expropriation law. The internationally diverse group of contributing authors offer valuable insight into the treatment of public purpose/interest related issues as they are canvassed in jurisdictions around the world. Some of these include: the public purpose/interest requirement and the definition of the object of expropriation; the role of public purpose/interest in distinguishing between expropriation and regulation of property; public interest and the classification of expropriatory actions as administrative, statutory or constructive; categorising of the notions of public interest and public purpose; justifiability of expropriation without compensation;consequences of a change in purpose after expropriation has been effected; whether an expropriation can be challenged on the basis that less invasive means were available for the state to realise the specific purpose; whether the public interest could legitimately entail transfer of expropriated property to a party other than the state. PB | 978-94-6236-631-2 | 308 pp | 2016 | € 87.00 / $ 127.50 / £ 78.50 Epub | 978-94-6274-444-8 | € 86.99 / $ 127.49 / £ 78.50

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Rethinking Expropriation Law II

The Ghetto Workers Law

Editors: B. Hoops; E.J. Marais; H. Mostert; J.A.M.A. Sluysman; L.C.A. Verstappen

Avraham Weber

Context, Criteria, and Consequences of Expropriation

This book is the second of a series in which experts engage critically with the context, criteria and consequences of expropriation. The State, in the shape of monarchies, dictatorships, or democracies, has been using expropriation to implement its policies since the times of ancient Rome. This book therefore contains contributions on the historical context of expropriation. Despite its age, however, expropriation law is constantly evolving at the national and international level. The contributors show how European human rights law and international soft law instruments shape national criteria and expropriation procedures. They discuss how comparative law and insights from the theory of human flourishing can help to improve the criteria for the justification of expropriation. From comparative and international perspectives, the contributors deal with the criteria that determine whether compensation is due for a regulatory taking, constructive expropriation or excessive regulation of property. The contributors examine the definition of takings and whether the dissolution of condominium constitutes a taking. They uncover how the amount of compensation can play a role in the justification of expropriation. Lastly, the contributors examine the consequences of expropriation for residential communities.

Social Security Benefits for Work Undertaken in Nazi Ghettos under the German Federal Law

Under the Nazi regime, tens of thousands of Jews lived in ghettos, working more or less normal jobs. Some of these ghettos had their own employment centers, and some employers even paid into retirements funds. Legislation known as “German Pensions for Work in Ghettos,” or by its German acronym, ZRBG (Gesetz zur Zahlbarmachung von Renten aus Beschäftigungen in einem Ghetto) was passed in 2002 to grant pensions to some of these former laborers. But more than ten years after its passage, its implementation was still subject to considerable conflict, mainly until the ZRBG-ÄndG (the Ghetto pension reform law) from August 2014 came into life, allowing fundamental jurisprudence to be incorporated in the form of legislation. For many years, former laborers in Nazi ghettos have been fighting to get the pension that this law ostensibly guarantees them, but the vast majority of their applications have been rejected. Since 2002, around 70,000 survivors have invoked the ZRBG. However, over ninety percent of these applications were initially rejected by German authorities for various legal and practical reasons. This book is an attempt to summarize the major steps in the implementation of the law. It begins with an overview of the historical background, and then will shift focus to the judicial, diplomatic, political, and practical problems with the implementation of the ZRBG.

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Public Administration Power: A Conceptual Analysis Reinoud Bosch PB | 978-94-6236-680-0 | 430 pp | 2016 | € 56.50 / $ 82.50 / £ 51.00 Epub | 978-94-6274-548-3 | € 56.49 / $ 82.50 / £ 51.00

Power is a central concept in the social sciences. This book presents a systematic and comprehensive analysis of this concept. Defining power broadly as the relative ability to affect or receive, the concept is developed in terms of the categories of powerstructures, personal agency, the exercise of power over others, powereffects, situations, fields, strategies, interactions, and scenarios, and collective agency. In developing these categories, the author combines insights from a wide range of social scientific fields including political science, sociology, psychology, economics, management, organization studies and international relations. For each category a relevant practical case is presented, ranging from the image of personal agency that arises from Vladimir Putin's (auto-)biography to the collective agency constituted by the Internet. The book is of interest to those looking for a comprehensive treatise on the concept of power.

Upstanders, Whistle-Blowers, and Rescuers Martha Minow

Safety First

How Local Processes of Securitization have Affected the Position and Role of Dutch Mayors (Please see Criminology)

‘My conscience compels me to commemorate here with deep sadness and bitter disappointment the discharging from their positions of some of my Dutch colleagues, solely because of their ancestry or religious beliefs.’ With these words, Utrecht scientist Professor Victor Koningsberger started his public lecture on 25 November 1940, thus becoming the first professor in the Netherlands to publicly stand up for the Jewish colleagues who were discharged from the university by the German occupiers. In their honour, Utrecht University has initiated the annual Koningsberger Lecture. In this way, the university wishes to keep alive Koningsberger's principled act of defiance against the German occupiers as an example of the possible need for such acts to permanently guarantee fundamental rights for present and future generations. At the centre of this notion is the importance of core human rights, such as the right to equality regardless of race or religion, as well as of the constitutional state and the principles of democracy. Each year the Koningsberger Lecture is given by someone who made his or her mark on this field.

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Corporate Mediation Journal Editors: Martin Brink (Van Benthem & Keulen N.V.); Claire Mulder (Utrecht University)

Charles C. Jalloh (Founding editor)

Africa has been the site of some of the world's worst atrocities. Africa is also home to some of the most innovative mechanisms, ranging from truth commissions to national and international criminal trials, to address accountability to the perpetrators of violence. Yet, African voices are often marginalized in global conversations about peace, justice and reconciliation. The AJICJ is a refereed and interdisciplinary scholarly periodical that aims to fill this gap. It is a forum for international criminal law and transitional justice issues in Africa and the developing world as analysed by authors drawn from throughout the continent and the world. The Journal aims to create the intellectual space for profound scholarly reflection on the phenomenon of atrocity crimes in Africa and national, sub-regional, regional as well as international efforts to combat such crimes through prosecutions, traditional justice approaches or alternative mechanisms such as truth seeking and reconciliation. We hope to stimulate an Intra-South and Global dialogue on the complexities facing societies seeking to transit from war and other collective traumas to peace. With these goals in mind, AJICJ will seek to give voice to a diversity of perspectives on fundamental, long-term and systemic problems concerning justice and accountability, as well as emerging issues, and possible solutions to them. We are particularly interested in views from below and new streams of scholarship that engage in critical reflections from law and the social sciences based on empirical observations and experience as well theoretical and cross disciplinary methodologies. The Journal is intended for anyone interested in issues of international criminal law and questions of transitional justice. These include academics, government and international tribunal officials, practitioners such as judges, attorneys, legal assistants, students, activists as well as any individuals and NGOs concerned with how best to understand the place of law and other transitional measures in war and mass violence. In addition to scholarly articles and reports from the field, AJICJ will contain a section for book reviews, case reports on significant national and international decisions from African and other international courts and tribunals, as well as special sections on African state practice and shorter comments on current events and compilations of hard to obtain documents. The Journal will seek to encourage creativity and innovation by awarding several prizes for the best articles published in each volume: one to a doctoral student, the second for an author under 40, and another for a scholar, of any age, who has spent at least 5 years in academia in an African university. ISSN 2352-068X Print and online | € 100.00 / $ 150.00 / £ 92.00 Online | € 76.00 / $ 114.00 / £ 70.00

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The Corporate Mediation Journal is a journal about mediation within and between organisations. It wants to be the voice of mediation as a management tool. It offers experienced professionals a medium to share their best practices using mediation skills as a means to add value their workplace and their organisation. Mediation has the potential to transform tradition, shape ideologies, paradigms and practices. The Corporate Mediation Journal will offer important insights for CEO’s, CFO’s, COO’s, HR Officers, Legal Counsels and all others working in leadership positions within organisations. Consultants, attorneys and other advisors will also find much of value in this publication. Mediation skills will be brought to life as management techniques. ISSN 2542-4602 Print and online | € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00 Online | € 68.00 / $ 102.00 / £ 62.50

Erasmus Law Review Editors: Prof. Dr. Kristin Henrard; Prof. Dr. Xandra Kramer; Prof. Dr. Peter Mascini; Margaux Raynaud, LL.M., Prof. Dr. Harriet Schelhaas; Prof. Dr. Sanne Taekema; Mr. Dr. Michiel van der Wolf

The Erasmus Law Review seeks to foster independent critical scholarship as relevant to the discipline of law. The Erasmus Law Review commissions articles around specific themes, although calls for papers on specific topics might be issued occasionally and will be published on this website. All prospective articles are submitted to double-blind peer review (two reviews per article), and final publication is dependent on the outcome of these reviews. The Board of Editors encourages the submission of legally relevant manuscripts by legal scholars and practitioners as well as those versed in other disciplines relevant to law, such as criminology, sociology, political science and economics. ISSN 2210-2671 | Open access journal

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European Employment Law Cases

European Journal of Law Reform

Zef Even; Ruben Houweling; Peter Vas Nunes (editors-in-chief)

Editors: Prof. Dr. Katharina Boele-Woelki; Professor Dr. Frank Emmert; Dr. Christiana Fountoulakis; Prof. Dr. Ingeborg Schwenzer; Dr. Constantin Stefanou; Dr. Helen Xanthaki

European Employment Law Cases (EELC) is a legal journal that is published four times per year. Its principal aim is to publish judgments by national courts in Europe that are likely to be of interest to legal practitioners in other European countries. To this end, EELC has a national correspondent in almost every country within the EU (plus Norway), who alerts the Editorial Board to such judgments within his or her own jurisdiction. A case report describes the facts of the case and the main aspects of the judgment. It also includes a Commentary by the author and, in many cases, comments on the case by lawyers in other jurisdictions. Readers are invited to submit case reports, preferably through the national correspondent in their jurisdiction. Guidelines for authoring a case report are available from the Editorial Board. The names and contact details of the national correspondents are listed on the inside of the back page. Besides case reports, EELC publishes the occasional article. EELC also publishes summaries of recent judgments by the Court of Justice of the EU (the ECJ) that are relevant to practitioners of European employment law, as well as Advocates-Generals' opinions and brief summaries of questions that have been referred to the ECJ for a preliminary ruling. ISSN 1877-9107 Print and online | € 137.00 / $ 205.50 / £ 126.00 Online | € 100.00 / $ 150.00 / £ 92.00

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The key purpose of the European Journal of Law Reform is to respond to growing demand among scholars, legislators and practitioners of law in the private and public sectors for a forum for authoritative views on law reform in Europe and the World. A related purpose is to provide a systematic review of major initiatives for reform of laws and legal practice. For this purpose, the European Journal of Law Reform will: •

provide a platform for interdisciplinary debate on proposals for law reform in Europe and elsewhere;

seek creative contributions to theory and practice of law that challenge established paradigms and offer fresh approaches to both longstanding and new issues;

publish high-quality, authoritative opinion on law reform that often originates in lesser known languages;

highlight particularly significant law reform initiatives in Europe and elsewhere.

Drawing on contributions from recognized authorities and younger experts in law and related disciplines, the European Journal of Law Reform will focus on: •

reform of national law in Western industrialized States, mainly but not only in Europe, including the challenge of science, technology and socio-cultural change to established methods of creation, legislation, interpretation and adjudication of law;

reform of the legal and regulatory environment in Central and Eastern Europe;

reform of the legal system of the European Union;

reform and development of (European private) international law and international procedural law;

challenges in public international law and the international protection of human rights.

The European Journal of Law Reform is jointly edited at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in London, the University of Basel Law Faculty and Europainstitut, as well as at Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis. By applying a very selective editorial policy and a system of independent and anonymous review of submissions, the European Journal of Law Reform ensures the highest academic standards, soon to become a leading journal on law reform in the world.Submission of articles and booksThe European Journal of Law Reform welcomes submissions of manuscripts for publication. Anybody wishing to write an article for the European Journal of Law Reform is invited to contact the editors concerning the suitability of the topic and in order to obtain the Guidelines for Authors of the Journal. Copies of books sent to the Editors will be considered for review. Follow European Journal of Law Reform on Facebook for announcements on upcoming issues and special offers! ISSN 1387-2370 Print and online | € 328.00 / $ 492.00 / £ 302.00 Online | € 255.00 / $ 382.50 / £ 235.00

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International Journal of Conflict Engagement and Resolution

International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution

Michal Alberstein; Jay Rothman (editors-in-chief)

Daniel Rainey; Ethan Katsh; Mohamed Abdel Wahab (editors-in-chief)

The interdisciplinary scholarship which deals with dispute resolution belongs to a wide range of academic areas: International Studies, Psychology, Law, Sociology, Anthropology, Economics, and even Philosophy and Literature. Recognizing the interdisciplinary context of the field, and the broad implications of the subject on areas ranging from interpersonal, communal and business interactions and international relations, the International Journal of Conflict Engagement and Resolution (IJCER) aspires to provide a broad academic perspective about conflict resolution, combining knowledge from both social sciences and humanities in order to improve our understanding of disputes and the ways to creatively engage them. The conceptual framework which underlies the launching of IJCER is openness to different disciplines to enrich this still young field. IJCER strives to present results of rigorous studies that will enhance the theoretical and meta-theoretical understanding of this still emerging discipline. For example, what is lacking in terms of a unifying and grand theory? Is such a project of articulating a grand theory possible at all? Is plurality inherent in such a quest? IJCER invites analyses of methodological areas which are unique to the conflict resolution theme (such as "is there an appropriate evaluation practice for conflict resolution and if so what distinguishes it from, say, educational evaluation?"), as well as results of original studies of interest to scholars and practitioners in the field. Indeed, one of the distinctive features of this journal will be its abiding interest in the nexus between rigorous theory and systematic practice.For more information, visit the website. ISSN 2211-9965

Being a highly selective and peer-reviewed periodical, the Journal encourages comparative, interdisciplinary, international, empirical and theoretical approaches and analysis in contributions. The Journal will bring together Internet industry leaders, government officials, members of the judiciary, banks and payment systems, consumer groups, the legal profession, arbitration experts, ODR proponents, and the academic and technical communities. It will provide a forum on how to efficiently implement online dispute resolution systems that will harmoniously coexist with current legal and alternative processes to increase access to justice. The goal of the Journal is to contribute to establishing an institutional framework of future cross-border ODR systems. ISSN 2352-5002 Print and online | € 105.00 / $ 157.50 / £ 97.00 Online | € 80.00 / $ 120.00 / £ 74.00

Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy Editors: L. Corrias (recensies/reviews); A. Duff, R. Geenens; E. Mak, H. Noorda (secretaris/secretary); R. Pierik (voorzitter/editor-in-chief); C. Smith

Print and online | € 105.00 / $ 157.50 / £ 97.00 Online | € 80.00 / $ 120.00 / £ 74.00

The Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy (NJLP) is an international peer reviewed journal, devoted to the study of legal philosophy and jurisprudence and to the foundations of legal sciences in the broad sense of the term (sociology of law, anthropology of law etc.). This title was formerly known as ‘Rechtsfilosofie & Rechtstheorie'. ISSN 2213-0713 | Open access journal

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Aviation Accident and Incident Investigation – Concurrence of Technical and Judicial Inquiries in the Netherlands By Ronald Schnitker; Dick van het Kaar ISBN 978-94-90947-01-9 HB | 214 pp | 2010 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Title Aviation Code of the Russian Federation (2nd edition) By Heiko van Schyndel ISBN 978-94-6236-433-2 HB | 240 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-088-4 Price € 66.50 / $ 99.75 / £ 61.50 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.49 / £ 59.79 Title Civil Aviation Law in the People's Republic of China By Zang Hongliang; Meng Qingfen ISBN 978-90-7759-691-3 HB | 218 pp | 2010 Price € 85.00 / $ 127.50 / £ 78.00 Title

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from International Aviation: Legal and Policy Challenges By Alejandro Piera Valdés ISBN 978-94-6236-467-7 HB | 480 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-143-0 Price € 92.00 / $ 138.00 / £ 85.00 Price ePub € 61.49 / $ 92.23 / £ 56.57 Title Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2011 Edited by Corinne M. Jorgenson ISBN 978-94-90947-69-9 HB | 600 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-611-0 Price € 110.00 / $ 165.00 / £ 101.20 Price ePub € 109.99 / $ 164.99 / £ 101.19 Title Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2012 Edited by Corinne Jorgenson ISBN 978-94-6236-083-9 HB | 952 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-835-0 Price € 110.00 / $ 165.00 / £ 101.20 Price ePub € 109.99 / $ 164.99 / £ 101.19 Title Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2013 Edited by Corinne Jorgenson ISBN 978-94-6236-440-0 HB | 856 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-098-3 Price € 110.00 / $ 165.00 / £ 101.20 Price ePub € 109.99 / $ 164.99 / £ 101.19 Title Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2014 Edited by Rafael Moro-Aguilar; P.J. Blount; Tanja Masson-Zwaan ISBN 978-94-6236-609-1 HB | 904 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-398-4 Price € 110.00 / $ 165.00 / £ 101.20 Price ePub € 109.99 / $ 164.99 / £ 101.19

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Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft Programme – A European Approach to Enhance Global Aviation Safety By Ronald Schnitker; Dick van het Kaar ISBN 978-94-90947-93-4 HB | 248 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-679-0 Price € 87.00 / $ 130.50 / £ 80.50 Price ePub € 84.99 / $ 127.49 / £ 78.19 Title

Space Law – Current Problems and Perspectives for Future Regulation By Marietta Benkö; Kai-Uwe Schrogl ISBN 978-90-7759-611-1 HB | 310 pp | 2005 Price € 155.00 / $ 232.50 / £ 142.60 Title

Space Law: Reconsidering the Definition/Delimitation Question and the Passage of Spacecraft through Foreign Airspace By Marietta Benkö; Engelbert Plescher ISBN 978-94-6236-076-1 HB | 168 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-817-6 Price € 56.50 / $ 84.75 / £ 52.00 Price ePub € 54.99 / $ 82.49 / £ 50.59 Title The German Civil Aviation Act By M. Geisler; M. Boewe ISBN 978-90-7759-672-2 HB | 126 pp | 2009 Price € 70.50 / $ 105.75 / £ 65.00

Business and Commercial Law Title 35 Years CISG and Beyond Edited by Ingeborg Schwenzer ISBN 978-94-6236-624-4 HB | 370 pp | 2015 Price € 92.00 / $ 138.00 / £ 85.00 Title Anti-Suit Injunctions in International Commercial Arbitration By Olivier Mosimann ISBN 978-90-7759-699-9 HB | 199 pp | 2010 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Title Are EU Banks Safe? By Roel Theissen ISBN 978-94-6236-105-8 PB | 266 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-930-2 Price € 40.00 / $ 60.00 / £ 37.00 Price ePub € 38.99 / $ 58.49 / £ 35.87 Title Bank Recovery and Resolution – A Conference Book Edited by Matthias Haentjens; Bob Wessels ISBN 978-94-6236-408-0 PB | 256 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-033-4 Price € 52.00 / $ 75.70 / £ 46.46 Price ePub € 49.99 / $ 74.99 / £ 45.99 Title Boundaries and Intersections Edited by Ingeborg Schwenzer; Lisa Spagnolo ISBN 978-94-6236-441-7 HB | 142 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-100-3 Price € 58.00 / $ 87.00 / £ 53.50 Price ePub € 57.99 / $ 82.49 / £ 50.59

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Bridging the Gap between International Investment Law and the Environment Edited by Yulia Levashova; Tineke Lambooy; Ige Dekker ISBN 978-94-6236-587-2 HB | 484 pp | 2015 Price € 97.00 / $ 145.50 / £ 89.50 Consolidation in International Commercial Arbitration – ICC and Swiss Rules By Lara Michaela Pair ISBN 978-94-90947-27-9 HB | 235 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-560-1 Price € 66.50 / $ 99.75 / £ 61.50 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.49 / £ 59.79

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Foreign Direct Liability and Beyond – Exploring the Role of Tort Law in Promoting International Corporate Social Responsibility and Accountability By Liesbeth Enneking ISBN 978-94-90947-60-6 PB | 752 pp | 2012 Price € 47.00 / $ 70.50 / £ 43.50

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Contractual Control in the Supply Chain – On Corporate Social Responsibility, Codes of Conduct, Contracts and (Avoiding) Liability By A.L. Vytopil ISBN 978-94-6236-591-9 PB | 342 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-361-8 Price € 76.50 / $ 112.50 / £ 69.00 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.50 / £ 69.00

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International Arbitration and Corporate Law: An OHADA Practice By Benoit Le Bars ISBN 978-94-6236-095-2 PB | 488 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-866-4 Price € 46.00 / $ 69.00 / £ 42.50 Price ePub € 44.99 / $ 67.49 / £ 41.39

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Corporate Law and Economic Stagnation – How Shareholder Value and Short-Termism Contribute to the Decline of the Western Economies By Pavlos L. Masouros ISBN 978-94-90947-82-8 HB | 342 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-648-6 Price € 92.00 / $ 138.00 / £ 85.00 Price ePub € 89.99 / $ 134.99 / £ 82.79 Title Current Issues in the CISG and Arbitration Edited by Ingeborg Schwenzer; Yeşim M. Atamer; Petra Butler ISBN 978-94-6236-097-6 HB | 310 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-870-1 Price € 89.00 / $ 133.50 / £ 82.00 Price ePub € 84.99 / $ 127.49 / £ 78.19 Title Distress Dynamics in Bankruptcy By Jochem Hummelen ISBN 978-94-6236-629-9 HB | 262 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-434-9 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.50 / £ 69.00 Title EU Banking Supervision By Roel Theissen ISBN 978-94-6236-106-5 HB | 1260 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-931-9 Price € 203.00 / $ 304.50 / £ 187.00 Price ePub € 194.99 / $ 292.49 / £ 179.39 Title

EU Cross-Border Insolvency Court-to-Court Cooperation Principles Edited by Bob Wessels ISBN 978-94-6236-586-5 PB | 136 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-350-2 Price € 33.50 / $ 50.25 / £ 31.00 Price ePub € 31.99 / $ 47.99 / £ 29.43

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International Contributions to the Reform of Chapter 11 U.S. Bankruptcy Code Edited by B. Wessels; R.J. de Weijs ISBN 978-94-6236-606-0 HB | 320 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-385-4 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99 Title

Le Rôle du Jugement Étranger dans l’Interprétation du Droit Conventionnel Uniforme By Marie-Camille Pitton ISBN 978-94-90947-81-1 HB | 472 pp | 2013 Price € 87.00 / $ 130.50 / £ 80.50 Title

Life Time Contracts – Social Long-term Contracts in Labour, Tenancy and Consumer Credit Law Edited by Luca Nogler; Udo Reifner ISBN 978-94-6236-104-1 HB | 370 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-929-6 Price € 91.00 / $ 136.50 / £ 84.00 Price ePub € 87.99 / $ 131.99 / £ 80.95 Title

Modern Law of Contracts and Sales in Eastern Europe and Central Asia By Natia Lapiashvili Edited by Ingeborg Schwenzer ISBN 978-94-90947-20-0 HB | 322 pp | 2011 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Title

Modern Law of Contracts and Sales in Latin-America, Spain and Portugal By Jose E. Munoz Lopez; Edgardo Muñoz ISBN 978-94-90947-03-3 HB | 558 pp | 2010 Price € 91.00 / $ 136.50 / £ 84.00 Title Modern Law of Sales in the United States By Alissa Palumbo ISBN 978-94-6236-439-4 HB | 248 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-096-9 Price € 82.00 / $ 123.00 / £ 75.50 Price ePub € 79.99 / $ 119.99 / £ 73.59

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Obstructionist Behavior in International Commercial Arbitration – Legal Analysis and Measures Available to the Arbitral Tribunal By Alain Hosang ISBN 978-94-6236-100-3 HB | 318 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-895-4 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99 Title

Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice – A Treatise on Technology and Dispute Resolution Edited by Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab; Ethan Katsh; Daniel Rainey ISBN 978-94-90947-25-5 HB | 571 pp | 2011 ePub 978-94-6094-506-9 Price € 97.00 / $ 145.50 / £ 89.50 Price ePub € 94.99 / $ 142.49 / £ 87.39 Title

Protecting the Integrity of a Written Agreement – A Comparative Analysis of the Parol Evidence Rule, Merger Clauses and No Oral Modification Clauses in U.S., English, German and Swiss Law and International Instruments (CISG, PICC, PECL, DCFR and CESL) By Andreas Müller ISBN 978-94-6236-073-0 HB | 418 pp | 2013 Price € 89.50 / $ 134.25 / £ 82.50 Title

Reimbursement for Attorney’s Fees – A comparative study of the laws of Switzerland, Germany, France, England, and the United States of America; International Arbitration Rules and the United Nations Conventions of Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) By Markus Jäger ISBN 978-90-7759-698-2 HB | 250 pp | 2010 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Roadmap to EU Food Law Irene Scholten-Verheijen; Theo Appelhof; Ronald van den Heuvel; Bernd van der Meulen ISBN 978-94-90947-26-2 PB | 198 pp | 2011 ePub 978-94-6094-477-2 Price € 50.00 / $ 75.00 / £ 46.00 Price ePub € 48.99 / $ 73.49 / £ 45.07

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Swiss Supervisory Laws and Regulations for the Business of Insurance By Evan M. Spangler ISBN 978-94-90947-08-8 HB | 493 pp | 2011 Price € 115.00 / $ 172.50 / £ 105.80 Title

Terrorism and the Economy – Impacts on the Capital Market and the Global Tourism Industry Edited by Karin Glaser ISBN 978-94-6236-598-8 HB | 190 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-369-4 Price € 58.00 / $ 87.00 / £ 53.50 Price ePub € 54.99 / $ 82.49 / £ 50.59 Title

The Law and Economics of Buyer Power in EU Competition Policy By Frederik van Doorn ISBN 978-94-6236-564-3 HB | 230 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-305-2 Price € 82.00 / $ 123.00 / £ 75.50 Price ePub € 79.99 / $ 119.99 / £ 73.59 Title

The Presumption of Non-Conformity in European Consumer Sales Law By Karolina Sikorska ISBN 978-94-6236-557-5 HB | 361 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-270-3 Price € 92.00 / $ 138.00 / £ 85.00 Price ePub € 89.99 / $ 134.99 / £ 82.79 Title The Swiss Exchange Listing Rules Edited by Baker; McKenzie ISBN 978-94-6236-416-5 HB | 508 pp | 2014 Price € 138.00 / $ 207.00 / £ 127.00

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Shareholder Democracy – Analysis of Shareholder Involvement in Corporate Policies Edited by M. Olaerts; C.A. Schwarz ISBN 978-94-90947-55-2 HB | 200 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-544-1 Price € 87.00 / $ 130.50 / £ 80.50 Price ePub € 84.99 / $ 127.49 / £ 78.19 Title Sukuk Structures: Legal Engineering Under Dutch Law By Omar Salah ISBN 978-94-6236-392-2 PB | 232 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-001-3 Price € 66.50 / $ 99.75 / £ 61.50 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.49 / £ 59.79 Title Sustainability Clauses in International Business Contracts By Kateřina Peterková Mitkidis ISBN 978-94-6236-481-3 HB | 344 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-155-3 Price € 92.00 / $ 138.00 / £ 85.00 Price ePub € 89.99 / $ 134.99 / £ 82.79

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The Variegated Landscape of Mediation – A Comparative Study of Mediation Regulation and Practices in Europe and the World Edited by Manon Schonewille; Fred Schonewille ISBN 978-94-6236-111-9 PB | 648 pp | 2014 Price € 134.50 / $ 124.00 / £ 202.00 Towards Sustainability – Major Challenges for Corporate Law, Corporate Governance and Regulation By Christine van Basten-Boddin; Sybren de Hoo; Samantha Renssen; Kid Schwarz ISBN 978-94-6236-090-7 HB | 144 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-856-5 Price € 46.00 / $ 69.00 / £ 42.50 Price ePub € 44.99 / $ 67.49 / £ 41.39

Comparative Law / Conflict of Laws Title

Comparative Law in Legislative Drafting – The Increasing Importance of Dialogue amongst Parliaments Edited by Nicola Lupo; Lucia Scaffardi ISBN 978-94-6236-118-8 HB | 288 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-013-6 Price € 82.00 / $ 123.00 / £ 75.50 Price ePub € 79.99 / $ 119.99 / £ 73.59

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Convergence and Divergence in International Private Law – Liber Amicorum Kurt Siehr Edited by Katharina Boele-Woelki; Talia Einhorn; Daniel Girsberger; Symeon Symeonides ISBN 978-90-7759-693-7 HB | 895 pp | 2010 Price € 122.50 / $ 183.75 / £ 113.00

Title Constitutional Review and Democracy Edited by Miodrag Jovanović ISBN 978-94-6236-512-4 HB | 298 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-205-5 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99

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Title Constitutional Topography: Values and Constitutions Edited by András Sajó; Renáta Uitz ISBN 978-90-7759-692-0 HB | 411 pp | 2011 Price € 70.50 / $ 105.75 / £ 65.00

General Reports of the XVIIth Congress of the International Academy of Comperative Law – Rapports généraux XVII Congrès international du droit comparé Edited by Katharina Boele-Woelki; Sjef van Erp ISBN 978-90-7759-619-7 PB | 1037 pp | 2007 Price € 120.00 / $ 180.00 / £ 110.40 Title

International Courts and Tribunals Between Globalisation and Localism By Angela del Vecchio ISBN 978-94-90947-70-5 HB | 312 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-617-2 Price € 87.00 / $ 130.50 / £ 80.50 Price ePub € 84.99 / $ 127.49 / £ 78.19 Title

Islamic Divorces in Europe – Bridging the Gap between European and Islamic Legal Orders By Pauline Kruiniger ISBN 978-94-6236-501-8 HB | 498 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-192-8 Price € 97.00 / $ 145.50 / £ 89.50 Price ePub € 94.99 / $ 142.49 / £ 87.39 Title

The Status of Children Arising from Inter-Country Surrogacy Arrangements By Michael Wells-Greco ISBN 978-94-6236-612-1 HB | 594 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-411-0 Price € 92.00 / $ 138.00 / £ 85.00 Price ePub € 89.99 / $ 134.99 / £ 82.79 Title

Two Centuries of Norwegian Constitution: Between Tradition and Innovation Edited by Giuseppe Franco Ferrari ISBN 978-94-6236-578-0 HB | 210 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-338-0 Price € 82.00 / $ 123.00 / £ 75.50 Price ePub € 79.99 / $ 119.99 / £ 73.59

Constitutional Law and Human Rights Title

Arguments that Work – Strategies, Contexts and Limits in Constitutional Law Edited by Renáta Uitz ISBN 978-94-90947-89-7 HB | 216 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-676-9 Price € 69.00 / $ 103.50 / £ 63.50 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.49 / £ 59.79 Title

Choosing Sharia? – Multiculturalism, Islamic Fundamentalism and Sharia Councils By Machteld Zee ISBN 978-94-6236-634-3 PB | 210 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-447-9 Price € 40.00 / $ 60.00 / £ 37.00 Price ePub € 38.99 / $ 58.50 / £ 36.00

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Title Courts, Interpretation, the Rule of Law Edited by Miodrag Jovanovič; Kenneth Einar Himma ISBN 978-94-6236-096-9 HB | 228 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-867-1 Price € 66.50 / $ 99.75 / £ 61.50 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.49 / £ 59.79 Title

European Human Rights Law—A Manual – An Introduction to the Strasbourg Court and Its Jurisprudence By Dragoljub Popović ISBN 978-94-6236-061-7 HB | 398 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-767-4 Price € 87.00 / $ 130.50 / £ 80.50 Price ePub € 84.99 / $ 127.49 / £ 78.19 Title

Facts Matter – A Study into the Casuistry of Substantive International Criminal Law By Marjolein Cupido ISBN 978-94-6290-034-9 PB | 206 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-246-8 Price € 66.50 / $ 97.50 / £ 59.80 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.49 / £ 59.79 Title

Fair and Just Solutions? – Alternatives to Litigation in Nazi-Looted Art Disputes: Status Quo and New Developments Edited by Evelien Campfens ISBN 978-94-6236-471-4 PB | 328 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-210-9 Price € 46.00 / $ 69.00 / £ 42.50 Price ePub € 44.99 / $ 67.49 / £ 41.39 Title Freedom and Its Enemies – The Tragedy of Liberty Edited by Renáta Uitz ISBN 978-94-6236-432-5 HB | 232 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-379-3 Price € 69.00 / $ 103.50 / £ 63.50 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.49 / £ 59.79 Title Freedom of Expression in a Pluralistic World Order By Ambrogino G. Awesta ISBN 978-94-6236-532-2 PB | 226 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-234-5 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99

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Ideas in Conflict – International Law and the Global War on Terror By Eric Engle ISBN 978-94-90947-91-0 HB | 320 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-678-3 Price € 92.00 / $ 138.00 / £ 85.00 Price ePub € 89.99 / $ 134.99 / £ 82.79 Identity, Political and Human Rights Culture as Prerequisites of Constitutional Democracy Edited by Miodrag A. Jovanović; Dragica Vujadinović ISBN 978-94-6236-077-8 PB | 182 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-822-0 Price € 47.50 / $ 71.25 / £ 44.00 Price ePub € 45.99 / $ 68.99 / £ 42.31

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Public Leadership and Citizen Value – The Winelands Papers 2010 Edited by James W. Björkman; Rob van Eijbergen; Goos Minderman; Hans Bekke ISBN 978-94-90947-36-1 HB | 277 pp | 2011 ePub 978-94-6094-465-9 Price € 46.00 / $ 69.00 / £ 42.50 Price ePub € 44.99 / $ 67.49 / £ 41.39

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Title Justice in the Modern World Edited by W.E. Butler ISBN 978-94-6236-099-0 HB | 690 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-894-7 Price € 153.00 / $ 229.50 / £ 141.00 Price ePub € 149.99 / $ 224.99 / £ 137.99 Title

Key Developments in Constitutionalism and Constitutional Law Edited by Lidija Basta Fleiner; Tanasije Marinković ISBN 978-94-6236-396-0 HB | 278 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-014-3 Price € 66.50 / $ 99.75 / £ 61.50 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.49 / £ 59.79 Title Legal Transformation in Northern Africa and South Sudan Edited by Thilo Marauhn; Hatem Elliesie ISBN 978-94-6236-524-7 HB | 225 pp | 2015 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Title

Perspectives on Global Constitutionalism – The Use of Foreign and International Law By Gábor Halmai ISBN 978-94-6236-113-3 HB | 312 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-962-3 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99 Title

Private Remedies for Corruption – Towards an International Framework By Abiola O. Makinwa ISBN 978-94-90947-54-5 HB | 516 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-543-4 Price € 92.00 / $ 138.00 / £ 85.00 Price ePub € 89.99 / $ 134.99 / £ 82.79 Title

Protection of the Roma Minority under International and European Law By Anikó Szalai ISBN 978-94-6236-595-7 HB | 212 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-365-6 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99

Title Racial Discrimination By Ion Diaconu ISBN 978-94-90947-05-7 HB | 385 pp | 2011 ePub 978-94-6094-334-8 Price € 75.00 / $ 112.50 / £ 69.00 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99 Title Religion in the Public Square – Perspectives on Secularism Edited by Renáta Uitz ISBN 978-94-6236-431-8 HB | 222 pp | 2014 Price € 69.00 / $ 103.50 / £ 63.50 Title

The Building of Peace. A Hundred Years of Work on Peace Through Law. The Peace Palace 1913 - 2013 By Johan Joor; Heikelina Verrijn Stuart ISBN 978-94-6236-086-0 HB | 520 pp | 2013 Price € 46.00 / $ 69.00 / £ 42.50 Title

The Constitution in Private Relations: Expanding Constitutionalism Edited by András Sajó; Renáta Uitz ISBN 978-90-7759-613-5 HB | 322 pp | 2005 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Title

The Contours of International Prosecutions – As Defined by Facts, Charges, and Jurisdiction By Elinor Fry ISBN 978-94-6236-621-3 PB | 182 pp | 2015 Price € 60.50 / $ 90.75 / £ 56.00 Title The Independence of Judges Edited by Nils A. Engstad; Astrid Lærdal Frøseth; Bård Tønder ISBN 978-94-6236-116-4 HB | 360 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-968-5 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99 Title

The Kampala Convention and Its Contributions to International Law – Legal Analyses and Interpretations of the African Union Convention on the Protection and Assistance of Internally Displaced Persons By Mehari Taddele Maru ISBN 978-94-6236-102-7 HB | 400 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-923-4 Price € 97.00 / $ 145.50 / £ 89.50 Price ePub € 94.99 / $ 142.49 / £ 87.39 Title The Possibility of a European Judicial Culture By Elaine Mak ISBN 978-94-6290-113-1 PB | 28 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-367-0 Price € 18.50 / $ 27.00 / £ 16.56 Price ePub € 17.99 / $ 26.99 / £ 16.55

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Title The World Bank Inspection Panel Casebook By Andria Naudé Fourie ISBN 978-94-6236-089-1 HB | 352 pp | 2014 Price € 97.00 / $ 145.50 / £ 89.50 Title

Transfer of Land Rights in Ethiopia – Towards a Sustainable Policy Framework By Daniel Behailu Gebreamanuel ISBN 978-94-6236-547-6 HB | 301 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-254-3 Price € 94.50 / $ 141.75 / £ 87.00 Price ePub € 89.99 / $ 134.99 / £ 82.79 Transformation of the Law on Farmland Transfer in China – From a Governance Perspective By Lin Lin Li ISBN 978-94-6236-645-9 HB | 414 pp | 2015 Price € 92.00 / $ 138.00 / £ 85.00

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Disentangling an Invisible Trade – State Interventions in Dutch and Dutch-Curaçaoan Single-Mother Families By Tessa Verhallen ISBN 978-94-6236-581-0 PB | 224 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-344-1 Price € 44.50 / $ 65.03 / £ 39.88 Price ePub € 42.99 / $ 64.49 / £ 39.55 Title

Engaging with Violent Islamic Extremism – Local Policies in Western European Cities By Floris Vermeulen; F. Bovenkerk ISBN 978-94-90947-57-6 PB | 205 pp | 2012 Price € 26.50 / $ 38.25 / £ 23.46

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Criminology Title Blurring Military and Police Roles Edited by Marleen Easton; Monica den Boer; Jelle Janssens ISBN 978-90-8974-309-1 PB | 240 pp | 2010 Price € 39.00 / $ 58.50 / £ 36.00 Title

Choice of Forum in Cooperation Against EU Financial Crime – Freedom, Security and Justice and the Protection of Specific EU-Interests Edited by Michiel Luchtman ISBN 978-94-6212-003-7 PB | 210 pp | 2013 Price € 42.50 / $ 64.00 / £ 39.50 Title

Contested Police Systems – Changes in the Police Systems in Belgium, Denmark, England & Wales, Germany, and the Netherlands Edited by Arie van Sluis; Lex Cachet; Theo Jochoms; Arthur Ringeling; Anne Sey ISBN 978-94-6236-084-6 PB | 236 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-827-5 Price € 40.50 / $ 60.75 / £ 37.50 Price ePub € 38.99 / $ 58.49 / £ 35.87 Title Cyber Safety: An Introduction Edited by E.R. Leukfeldt; W.Ph. Stol ISBN 978-94-90947-75-0 PB | 348 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-632-5 Price € 36.00 / $ 54.00 / £ 33.50 Price ePub € 32.99 / $ 49.49 / £ 30.35 Title Cybercrime and the Police Edited by Wouter Stol; Jurjen Jansen ISBN 978-94-6236-069-3 PB | 106 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-787-2 Price € 27.50 / $ 40.00 / £ 24.50 Price ePub € 25.99 / $ 38.99 / £ 23.91

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Title Frontline Command – Reflections on Practice and Research By Jelle Groenendaal ISBN 978-94-6236-584-1 PB | 300 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-345-8 Price € 42.00 / $ 61.12 / £ 37.49 Price ePub € 39.99 / $ 60.00 / £ 37.00 Title Liaison Officers: Essential Actors in Transnational Policing Edited by Monica den Boer; Ludo Block ISBN 978-94-6236-034-1 PB | 202 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-909-8 Price € 36.50 / $ 53.47 / £ 32.80 Price ePub € 34.99 / $ 52.49 / £ 32.19 Title

Mobile Banditry – East and Central European Itinerant Criminal Groups in the Netherlands By Dina Siegel ISBN 978-94-6236-110-2 PB | 150 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-948-7 Price € 36.50 / $ 53.47 / £ 32.80 Price ePub € 34.99 / $ 52.49 / £ 32.19 Title

Overarching Views of Crime and Deviancy – Rethinking the Legacy of the Utrecht School Edited by Ferry de Jong ISBN 978-94-6236-616-9 HB | 628 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-438-7 Price € 83.50 / $ 122.50 / £ 75.00 Price ePub € 79.99 / $ 120.00 / £ 73.60 Title

Restorative Justice Realities – Empirical Research in a European Context Edited by Inge Vanfraechem; Ivo Aertsen; Jolien Willemsens ISBN 978-90-8974-361-9 PB | 296 pp | 2010 Price € 43.00 / $ 64.50 / £ 40.00 Title

Sentencing in the Netherlands – Taking Risk-Related Offender Characteristics into Account By S.G.C. van Wingerden ISBN 978-94-6236-479-0 PB | 202 pp | 2014 Price € 42.50 / $ 62.50 / £ 38.50 Title

Striving for Allah – Purification and Resistance among Fundamentalist Muslims in the Netherlands By Fiore Geelhoed ISBN 978-94-6236-493-6 PB | 284 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-176-8 Price € 46.00 / $ 67.50 / £ 41.50 Price ePub € 41.99 / $ 62.99 / £ 38.63

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The Colours of the Chameleon – Exploratory Research into the Involvement of Police Officers in Honour-Related Conflicts By Janine Janssen ISBN 978-94-6236-585-8 PB | 140 pp | 2015 Price € 26.00 / $ 38.17 / £ 23.41 Title

The Effective Youth Court – Juvenile Justice Procedures in Europe By Stephanie Rap; Ido Weijers ISBN 978-94-6236-112-6 PB | 272 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-954-8 Price € 49.50 / $ 72.68 / £ 44.57 Price ePub € 47.99 / $ 71.99 / £ 44.15 Title

Victimisation in a Digitised Society – A Survey Among Members of the Public into e-Fraud, Hacking and Other Frequently Occurring Crimes By M.M.L. Domenie; E.R. Leukfeldt; J.A. van Wilsem; J. Jansen; W.Ph. Stol ISBN 978-94-6236-068-6 PB | 164 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-798-8 Price € 32.50 / $ 48.00 / £ 29.50 Price ePub € 30.99 / $ 46.49 / £ 28.51

Environmental Law Title An Inconvenient Responsibility By René Lefeber ISBN 978-90-7759-668-5 PB | 26 pp | 2009 Price € 16.50 / $ 24.75 / £ 15.18 Title

Climate Change Remedies – Injunctive Relief and Criminal Law Responses Edited by Jaap Spier; Ulrich Magnus ISBN 978-94-6236-080-8 PB | 228 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-829-9 Price € 46.00 / $ 69.00 / £ 42.50 Price ePub € 44.99 / $ 67.49 / £ 41.39 Title

International Law of the Sea – Current Trends and Controversial Issues Edited by Angela Del Vecchio ISBN 978-94-6236-081-5 HB | 408 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-830-5 Price € 97.00 / $ 145.50 / £ 89.50 Price ePub € 94.99 / $ 142.49 / £ 87.39 Title Interstate Liability for Climate Change-Related Damage By Elena Kosolapova ISBN 978-94-6236-054-9 HB | 264 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-747-6 Price € 69.00 / $ 103.50 / £ 63.50 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.49 / £ 59.79

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Title Ozone Protection: The International Legal Regime By Gilbert Bankobeza ISBN 978-90-7759-608-1 HB | 346 pp | 2006 Price € 95.00 / $ 142.50 / £ 87.40 Title Edited by

Sustainable Tourism and Law Michael Faure; Ni Ketut Supasti Dharmawan; I Made Budi Arsika ISBN 978-94-6236-092-1 HB | 340 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-860-2 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99 Title

Waste Management in European Law – The Example of Naples and Campania Edited by Ioannis K. Panoussis; Harry H.G. Post ISBN 978-94-6236-115-7 PB | 120 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-967-8 Price € 46.00 / $ 69.00 / £ 42.50 Price ePub € 44.99 / $ 67.49 / £ 41.39

European Law Title

Administrative Measures to Prevent and Tackle Crime – Legal Possibilities and Practical Application in EU Member States Edited by A.C.M. Spapens; M. Peters; D. Van Daele ISBN 978-94-6236-579-7 HB | 702 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-340-3 Price € 66.50 / $ 99.75 / £ 61.50 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.49 / £ 59.79 Title European Union Law: Documents (2nd edition) Edited by Frank Emmert ISBN 978-90-7759-607-4 PB | 1600 pp | 2011 Price € 86.00 / $ 129.00 / £ 79.50 Title

From Association to Accession – How Free is the Free Movement of Persons in the EU By Iris Goldner Lang ISBN 978-94-90947-16-3 HB | 293 pp | 2011 ePub 978-94-6094-318-8 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99 Title

Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law 2013 Edited by Marcel Szabó (editor-in-chief); Petra Lea Láncos; Réka Varga ISBN 978-94-6236-070-9 HB | 546 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-803-9 Price € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 82.80 Price ePub € 89.99 / $ 134.99 / £ 82.79 Title

Title Oslo Principles on Global Climate Obligations By Expert Group on Global Climate Change ISBN 978-94-6236-573-5 PB | 89 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-319-9 Price € 20.00 / $ 30.00 / £ 18.50 Price ePub € 18.99 / $ 28.50 / £ 17.50

Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law 2014 Edited by Marcel Szabó (editor-in-chief); Petra Lea Láncos; Réka Varga; Tamás Molnár ISBN 978-94-6236-503-2 HB | 674 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-197-3 Price € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 82.80 Price ePub € 89.99 / $ 134.99 / £ 82.79

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Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law 2015 Edited by Marcel Szabó (editor-in-chief); Petra Lea Láncos; Réka Varga; Tamás Molnár ISBN 978-94-6236-503-2 HB | 666 pp | 2016 Price € 90.00 / $ 135.00 / £ 83.00

Title Cyberthreats and International Law By Georg Kerschischnig ISBN 978-94-90947-64-4 HB | 344 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-578-6 Price € 87.00 / $ 130.50 / £ 80.50 Price ePub € 84.99 / $ 127.49 / £ 78.19

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Title Freedom of Speech Under Attack Edited by Afshin Ellian; Gelijn Molier ISBN 978-94-6290-027-1 PB | 322 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-233-8 Price € 42.00 / $ 63.00 / £ 39.00 Price ePub € 38.99 / $ 58.49 / £ 35.87

Legal Education and Judicial Training in Europe – The Menu for Justice Project Report Edited by Daniela Piana; Philip Langbroek; Tomas Berkmanas; Ole Hammerslev; Otilia Pacurari ISBN 978-94-6236-055-6 PB | 312 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-752-0 Price € 51.00 / $ 76.50 / £ 47.00 Price ePub € 49.99 / $ 74.99 / £ 45.99 Title

Negotiated Settlements for Corruption Offences – A European Perspective Edited by Abiola O. Makinwa ISBN 978-94-6236-452-3 PB | 212 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-115-7 Price € 51.00 / $ 76.50 / £ 47.00 Price ePub € 49.99 / $ 74.99 / £ 45.99

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Nuclear Weapons: Strengthening the International Legal Regime Edited by Ida Caracciolo; Marco Pedrazzi; Talitha Vassalli di Dachenhausen ISBN 978-94-6236-607-7 HB | 298 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-390-8 Price € 82.00 / $ 123.00 / £ 75.50 Price ePub € 79.99 / $ 120.00 / £ 74.00 Title

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Preventing Money Laundering – A Legal Study on the Effectiveness of Supervision in the European Union By Melissa van den Broek ISBN 978-94-6236-577-3 PB | 544 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-336-6 Price € 64.00 / $ 96.00 / £ 59.00 Price ePub € 59.99 / $ 89.99 / £ 55.19

Selected Documents and Cases in International Institutional Law Edited by Snežana Trifunovska ISBN 978-94-6236-082-2 PB | 694 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-834-3 Price € 60.50 / $ 90.75 / £ 56.00 Price ePub € 57.99 / $ 86.99 / £ 53.35 Title

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Procedure Matters – Construction and Deconstructivism in European Civil Procedure By Xandra Kramer ISBN 978-94-6236-109-6 PB | 30 pp | 2013 Price € 20.00 / $ 29.50 / £ 18.00 Title

The Netherlands as an EU Member: Awkward or Loyal Partner? Edited by Adriaan Schout; Jan Rood ISBN 978-94-90947-99-6 PB | 310 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-696-7 Price € 36.00 / $ 52.50 / £ 32.20 Price ePub € 34.99 / $ 52.49 / £ 32.19

Shaping the Law for Global Crises – Thoughts about the Role the Law Could Play to Come to Grips with the Major Challenges of Our Time By Jaap Spier ISBN 978-94-90947-43-9 PB | 277 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-531-1 Price € 36.00 / $ 54.00 / £ 33.50 Price ePub € 24.99 / $ 37.50 / £ 23.00 Title State Responsibility and the Law of Treaties Edited by Marcel Szabó ISBN 978-94-90947-02-6 HB | 208 pp | 2010 Price € 66.50 / $ 99.75 / £ 61.50 Title

International law Title Africa and the Future of International Criminal Justice Edited by Vincent O. Nmehielle ISBN 978-94-90947-62-0 HB | 488 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-574-8 Price € 87.00 / $ 130.50 / £ 80.50 Price ePub € 84.99 / $ 127.49 / £ 78.19 Title Contemporary Issues in the Law of Treaties By Malgosia Fitzmaurice ISBN 978-90-7759-606-7 HB | 398 pp | 2005 Price € 97.00 / $ 145.50 / £ 89.50

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The Law of International Organizations – Documents and Cases Edited by Snežana Trifunovska ISBN 978-94-6236-610-7 PB | 540 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-400-4 Price € 60.50 / $ 90.75 / £ 56.00 Price ePub € 57.99 / $ 86.99 / £ 53.35 Title

The Tunkin Diary and Lectures – The Diary and Collected Lectures of G. I. Tunkin at The Hague Academy of International Law Edited by William E. Butler; Vladimir G. Tunkin ISBN 978-94-90947-53-8 HB | 552 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-539-7 Price € 97.00 / $ 145.50 / £ 89.50 Price ePub € 94.99 / $ 142.49 / £ 87.39

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Understanding Kinship Care of Children in Africa – A Family Environment or an Alternative Care Option? By Usang Maria Assim ISBN 978-94-6236-496-7 PB | 280 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-178-2 Price € 58.00 / $ 87.00 / £ 53.50 Price ePub € 54.99 / $ 82.49 / £ 50.59

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Title Legal Education in Asia Edited by Shuvro Prosun Sarker ISBN 978-94-6236-093-8 PB | 290 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-863-3 Price € 76.50 / $ 114.75 / £ 70.50 Price ePub € 74.99 / $ 112.49 / £ 68.99 Title

Title Unilateral Jurisdiction and Global Values By Cedric Ryngaert ISBN 978-94-6236-594-0 PB | 146 pp | 2015 Price € 28.50 / $ 42.75 / £ 26.50

Law (general) Title Between Hobbes' Leviathan and Smith's Invisible Hand By prof. dr. ir. Vincent W. Buskens ISBN 978-94-90947-19-4 PB | 46 pp | 2011 ePub 978-94-6094-479-6 Price € 18.50 / $ 27.75 / £ 17.50 Price ePub € 17.99 / $ 26.99 / £ 16.55 Title

Centralizing Forces? – Comparative Perspectives on Contemporary Police Reform in Northern and Western Europe Edited by Nicholas R. Fyfe; Jan Terpstra; Pieter Tops ISBN 978-94-6236-059-4 PB | 184 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-759-9 Price € 37.50 / $ 55.00 / £ 33.75 Price ePub € 35.99 / $ 53.99 / £ 33.11 Title Debated Damages By Louis Visscher ISBN 978-94-6236-603-9 PB | 76 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-380-9 Price € 24.00 / $ 35.25 / £ 21.62 Price ePub € 22.99 / $ 34.49 / £ 21.15 English Legal Terminology – Legal Concepts in Language (4th Edition) By Helen Gubby ISBN 978-94-6236-604-6 PB | 282 pp | 2016 ePub 978-94-6274-382-3 Price € 38.00 / $ 55.50 / £ 34.50 Price ePub € 23.99 / $ 36.00 / £ 22.50

Negotiated Settlements for Corruption Offences – Seminar Proceedings Edited by Abiola O. Makinwa ISBN 978-94-6236-485-1 PB | 120 pp | 2014 Price € 46.00 / $ 69.00 / £ 42.50 Title

Positive Criminology – Reflections on Care, Belonging and Security Edited by Marc Schuilenburg; Ronald van Steden; Brenda Oude Breuil ISBN 978-94-6236-444-8 PB | 192 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-103-4 Price € 51.00 / $ 76.50 / £ 47.00 Price ePub € 46.99 / $ 70.49 / £ 43.23 Title Practical Legal English: Legal Terminology (2nd edition) By Helen Gubby ISBN 978-94-6236-098-3 PB | 142 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-892-3 Price € 27.00 / $ 40.50 / £ 25.00 Price ePub € 23.99 / $ 35.99 / £ 22.07

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Foundations of Public Administration – An Essay in its Paradigms By I.Th.M. Snellen ISBN 978-94-6236-108-9 PB | 122 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6094-943-2 Price € 32.00 / $ 48.00 / £ 29.50 Price ePub € 28.99 / $ 43.49 / £ 26.67

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In Search of Scientific Excellence – Scientists’ Guide to Public Funding By Frans van den Beemt; Peter de Zoete ISBN 978-94-90947-56-9 PB | 100 pp | 2012 ePub 978-94-6094-546-5 Price € 30.50 / $ 45.75 / £ 28.50 Price ePub € 28.99 / $ 43.49 / £ 26.67

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Health Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe – Options, Obstacles and Limited Outcomes Edited by James Warner Björkman; Juraj Nemec ISBN 978-94-6236-063-1 PB | 296 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-769-8 Price € 39.00 / $ 58.50 / £ 36.00 Price ePub € 37.99 / $ 56.99 / £ 34.95

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Law & Governance - Beyond the Public-Private Law Divide? Edited by A.L.B. Colombi Ciacchi; M.A. Heldeweg; B.M.J. van der Meulen; A.R. Neerhof ISBN 978-94-6236-103-4 PB | 312 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-927-2 Price € 63.00 / $ 92.25 / £ 56.58 Price ePub € 59.99 / $ 89.99 / £ 55.19

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Innovation for the Urban Age – Innovative Approaches to Public Governance for the New Urban Age Edited by Goos Minderman; Purshottama Sivanarain Reddy ISBN 978-94-6236-611-4 HB | 312 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-401-1 Price € 66.50 / $ 99.75 / £ 61.50 Price ePub € 64.99 / $ 97.50 / £ 59.80

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Planet Homeless – Governance Arrangements in Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Glasgow By Nienke Boesveldt ISBN 978-94-6236-540-7 PB | 232 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-318-2 Price € 56.50 / $ 84.75 / £ 52.00 Price ePub € 54.99 / $ 82.49 / £ 50.59

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Tectonic Shifts of European Integration – Identifying Deliberation and Change in the Everyday Practice of Decision Making in EU’s Justice and Home Affairs By Santino Lo Bianco ISBN 978-94-6236-590-2 PB | 434 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-360-1 Price € 50.50 / $ 74.25 / £ 45.54 Price ePub € 48.99 / $ 73.49 / £ 45.07

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The Value(s) of Civil Leaders – A Study into the Influence of Governance Context on Public Value Orientation By Steven de Waal ISBN 978-94-6236-459-2 PB | 274 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-165-2 Price € 40.50 / $ 61.00 / £ 37.50 Price ePub € 36.99 / $ 55.49 / £ 34.03 Title

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The Improvising Society – Social Order in a Boundless World By Hans Boutellier ISBN 978-94-6236-078-5 PB | 204 pp | 2013 ePub 978-94-6094-825-1 Price € 27.50 / $ 40.00 / £ 24.50 Price ePub € 25.99 / $ 38.99 / £ 23.91 Title

The Plausibility of Policy – Case Studies from the Social Domain By Vasco Lub ISBN 978-94-6236-469-1 PB | 128 pp | 2015 ePub 978-94-6274-225-3 Price € 21.50 / $ 32.25 / £ 20.00 Price ePub € 18.99 / $ 28.49 / £ 17.47

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When Private Actors Contribute to Public Interests – A Law and Governance Perspective Edited by A. McCann; A.E. van Rooij; A. Hallo de Wolf; A.R. Neerhof ISBN 978-90-8974-995-6 PB | 260 pp | 2014 ePub 978-94-6274-172-0 Price € 57.50 / $ 84.00 / £ 51.52 Price ePub € 54.99 / $ 82.49 / £ 50.59

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Title Index A Level Playing Field for “Open Skies”: The Need for Consistent Aviation Regulation

6

Alternative Enforcement of Competition Law

8

Bank Insolvency Law China

19

Bank Insolvency Law EU

20

Brazil Infrastructure Law

8

Chain Reactions in Criminal Justice – Discretion and the Necessity of Interdisciplinary Research

14

CISG and Latin America – Regional and Global Perspectives

7

Climate Change Governance in International Civil Aviation – Toward Regulating Emissions Relevant to Climate Change and Global Warming

5

Comparative Perspectives of Consumer Over-Indebtedness – A View from the UK, Germany, Greece, and Italy

9

Complex Criminality

14

Cybercrime among Companies – Research into Cybercrime Victimisation among Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and One-Man Businesses in the Netherlands

14

Cybercriminal Networks – Origin, Growth and Criminal Capabilities

13

Desert in a Reparative Frame – Re-defining Contemporary Criminal Justice

15

Dismissal Law in the Netherlands – A Practical Guide

21

Employment Relations and Transformation of the Enterprise in the Global Economy – Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference in Commemoration of Marco Biagi

8

European Labour Law Legislation (2nd edition)

21

Evolution in Dispute Resolution – From Adjudication to ADR?

22

Firesetting and Firesetters in the Netherlands – Individualization, Identification and Treatment

15

Fit for the Future? – Reflections from Leiden on the Functioning of the EU

17

Fundamental Rights – Justification and Interpretation

11

Growing the CISG – 6th Annual MAA Schlechtriem CISG Conference

7

Healthcare Fraud, Corruption and Waste in Europe – National and Academic Perspectives

21

Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law 2016

19

Implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Lusophone Africa – A Socio-Legal Perspective

19

International Air Law and ICAO (3rd edition)

5

Law and Behavioral Sciences – Why We Need Less Purity Rather than More

22

Legal Argumentation and the Rule of Law

22

Liability of Football Clubs for Supporters’ Misconduct – A Study into the Interaction between Disciplinary Regulations of Sports Organisations and Civil Law

22

Mandatory Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in the EU – Comprehensive Analysis of Various Corporate Reporting Instruments’ Current Capacity and Future Potential to Convey Non-Financial Information

9

Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition – The First 25 Years

6

On Lawmaking and Public Trust

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On Opinions – A Concise Guide to Drafting and Evaluating Dutch Law Legal Opinions

23

Parallel Proceedings in Investment Arbitration

8

Power: A Conceptual Analysis

25

Pre-trial Detention in the Netherlands – Legal Principles Versus Practical Reality

23

Problematic Youth Group Involvement as Situated Choice – Testing an Integrated Condition-Controls-Exposure Model

15

Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2015

6

Radioactive Waste Management in International and European Legal Perspective

16

Regional Liberalization in International Air Transport – Towards Northeast Asian Open Skies

5

Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law

23

Resilience Investigated (2010-2015) – On Human Processes in Police Work

14

Rethinking Expropriation Law I – Public Interest in Expropriation

23

Rethinking Expropriation Law II – Context, Criteria, and Consequences of Expropriation

24

Safety First – How Local Processes of Securitization have Affected the Position and Role of Dutch Mayors

13

Security Pacts: The Italian Experience – How Contracts are used for Governing Crime and Disorder

13

Sentencing at the International Criminal Court – From Nuremberg to the Hague

11

Social Rights as Fundamental Rights – XIXth International Congress of Comparative Law

12

Space Law Basic Legal Documents

6

Stories of Resilience – Resilience in the Practice of Police Work

15

The Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive and the Single Resolution Mechanism – Preadviezen/Reports 2014

9

The CAM-CCBC Arbitration Rules 2012: A Commentary

10

The CISG Advisory Council Opinions

7

The Eurasian Economic Union and the European Union – Moving Toward a Greater Understanding

17

The Future of International Restructurings after the Implementation of WCO II and the Amendment of EIR: Is the Best yet to Come? – Preadviezen/Reports 2015

9

The Ghetto Workers Law – Social Security Benefits for Work Undertaken in Nazi Ghettos under the German Federal Law

24

The Human Rights of Migrant Women in European Law: Family Work and Violence

17

The Regulation of the Non-Navigational Use of the Euphrates and Tigris River System – International Law Regulating the Distribution and Utilisation of the Water of Euphrates and Tigris Illustrated by the Atatürk and Ilisu Dams

16

The Social Construction of the Dutch Air Quality Clash – How Road Expansions Bit the Dust Against Particulate Matter

16

Union Policies

18

Upstanders, Whistle-Blowers, and Rescuers

25

World Bank Accountability – In Theory and in Practice

12

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