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Catalogue 2020


Welcome to Eleven’s 2020 catalogue, featuring our forthcoming and new titles. Dear Reader, In front of you lies our brand-new catalogue highlighting our latest publications in the field of Law, Criminology and Public Administration. This year three Open Access books saw the light of day that are fully accessible to all via www.elevenpub.com. Of course, all content has been made available in hardcopy for purchase as well; for those who take a more traditional approach to reading. With our ever-growing selection of open sourced content, we take great pride in being able to contribute to Plan S’ international Open Access initiative for 2021. This year we have also made the entire 2005-2018 Res Publica archives available for our Politics of the Low Countries subscribers without any additional charges; launched an online database of EU Court Judgments on employment law, EELC Updates, by the editors of European Employment Law Cases; and the Hungarian Yearbook of International and European Law archives from 2013 will become available on www.elevenjournals.com. Moreover, we published a staggering number of constitutional law and human rights titles with publications by Dina Siegel, Dynamics of Solidarity, SASA co-publication Human rights in the 21st Century, edited by Tibor Várady and Miodrag Jovanović, and new additions to Giusepe Franco Ferrari’s Comparative Public Law Treatise series. Other noteworthy titles are Insurance Aspect of CrossBorder Road Traffic Accidents, by Luk De Baere and Frits Blees, Smart Hybridity, by Joop Koppenjan, Philip Marcel Karré and Katrien Termeer, in addition to textbooks Cases and Materials International and European Union Law, edited by Lana Said and Masuma Shahid, and Comparative Constitutional Law Documents, edited by Aalt Willem Heringa and Sascha Hardt. A listing of our full catalogue (backlist and forthcoming titles) can be found at our website www.elevenpub.com. Should you have any questions about our publishing programme, or if you are interested in exploring publication possibilities, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@elevenpub.com or f.hensen@boom.nl.

Frans Hensen Marketer


Table of Contents Recently Published Air and Space Law Business, Commercial and Financial Law Constitutional Law and Human Rights Criminal Law and Criminology European and International Law Law (general) Public Administration / Political Science Textbooks by Eleven

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Recently Published Please note that all quoted prices may be subject to change without prior notice, and do not include shipping. Prices indicated in euros are inclusive of VAT. Prices indicated in any other currency are exclusive of VAT. For more information contact info@elevenpub.com.


Building Blocks for the Development of an International Framework for the Governance of Space Resource Activities A Commentary Olavo de O. Bittencourt Neto, Mahulena Hofmann, Tanja Masson-Zwaan and Dimitra Stefoudi (Eds.) the 20 Building Blocks that were adopted by the Working Group in 2019 and that could potentially form part of a future governance framework for space resource activities. The book is a useful reference tool for States, international organisations, industry, space agencies, scientists, academics and students in space law and policy interested in this new era of use and exploration of outer space.

Air and Space Law

The development of space resources activities is happening now. In the absence of a clear framework to govern these activities there is a need to formulate such a framework in line with existing treaty obligations, in order to enable, support and coordinate the use of space resources in a manner that is acceptable for all stakeholders. This book provides a unique and comprehensive coverage of the work of The Hague International Space Resources Governance Group, established in 2016 with the purpose of assessing the need and laying the groundwork for such a framework. The Commentary contains the text, explanation, legal basis and alternatives discussed for each of

ISBN: 978-94-6236-121-8 paperback 165 pp. book: € 39.00 | $ 48.99 | £ 38.00 online: Open Access

Space Law: Basic Legal Documents Marietta Benkö and Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel (Eds.)

4382 pp. loose-leaf and online: € 530.00 | $ 670.99 | £ 515.50 online: € 275.00 (excl. VAT) | $ 379.50 | £ 291.50

Air and Space Law

This six-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. Eleven International Publishing is proud to announce that an online version is available at www.slbld.com. 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. Subscribers can choose between an online only subscription or a subscription to both the paper version and the online.

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ESSENTIAL AIR AND SPACE LAW

Air and Space Law

SERIES EDITOR: MARIETTA BENKÖ

series editor marietta benkö

essential air and space law

ISBN: 978-94-6236-961-0 eISBN: 978-94-6274-844-6 hardcover 266 pp. book / ebook: € 72.50 $ 90.99 £ 70.50

aviation cybersecurity: regulatory approach in the european union by benjamyn i. scott

Aviation Cybersecurity: Regulatory Approach in the European Union Benjamyn I. Scott

Key to the growth of aviation are the global, high levels of safety and security exercised by all stakeholders. However, as the aviation industry becomes more reliant on technology, which is increasingly becoming more interconnected, sophisticated and automated, the number of vulnerabilities is increasing, and this is impacting safety and security. Cybersecurity in aviation is thusly becoming a serious issue that all aviation stakeholders must consider in order to protect contractual partners, third parties and themselves. This book addresses the question whether the current regulatory approach in the European Union is appropriate for international civil air transportation. Aviation Cybersecurity: Regulatory Approach in the European Union is designed for anyone involved with aviation law and policy that wishes to gain more understanding about aviation cybersecurity, as well as anyone involved in cybersecurity more generally and in other areas of transport, that wish to gain a better understanding of the law in this area. Series: Essential Air and Space Law (vol. 21)

Air and Space Law

series editor marietta benkö

essential air and space law

ISBN: 978-94-6236-972-6 eISBN: 978-94-6094-221-1 hardcover 320 pp. book / ebook: € 93.50 $ 117.99 £ 91.00

international civil aviation treaties, institutions and programmes by dick van het kaar

International Civil Aviation Treaties, Institutions and Programmes Dick van het Kaar

The author provides a comprehensive study of the relevant body of treaties, institutions and programmes with respect to international civil aviation – taking also into account the future needs of the aviation community – airports, carriers and passengers alike. Thereby, this study is not only intended as a compendium for aviation practitioners but also as a textbook for students dealing with this rather new and dynamic field of international law. All things considered, international air law, in all its facets, has relevance to our daily lives. It enables travel by air to almost any destination in a relatively easy, and above all, safe and efficient way. Series: Essential Air and Space Law (vol. 22)

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Air and Space Law

ISBN: 978-94-6236-970-2 eISBN: 978-94-6094-123-8 hardcover 1192 pp. book / ebook: € 145.00 $ 182.99 £ 141.00

2018 PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SPACE LAW

Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2018 P.J. Blount, Tanja Masson-Zwaan, Rafael Moro-Aguilar and Kai-Uwe Schrogl (Eds.)

This volume contains the proceedings of the 61st Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space held in Bremen, Germany in October 2018, as well as the papers presented at the IISL-ECSL Space Law Symposium The 50th Anniversary of the Rescue and Return Agreement: Relevance and Challenges held on the occasion of the 57th Session of the Legal Subcommittee of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space in Vienna, Austria in April 2018, and the report of the 13th Eilene M. Galloway Symposium on Critical Issues in Space Law, held in Washington D.C., United States in December 2018. It also contains the report and best written memorials of the World Finals of the 27th Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition held in October 2018. Series: Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law (vol. 61)

Also available: Air and Space Law

online: € 106.00 (excl. VAT) $ 146.50 £ 112.50

IISL Proceedings Online The complete archive of all Proceedings since 1992

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International Business Courts A European and Global Perspective

Business, Commercial and Financial Law

Xandra Kramer and John Sorabji (Eds.)

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Plan S, an international initiative for Open Access publishing, will see the removal of paywalls for European scientific publications, making public funded research available to all. Did you know, however, that Eleven has already been a proficient publisher of Open Access publications for many years? We take great pride in our wide selection of journal contributions and entire books that are fully accessible to the community. Keep a close eye out for the orange open lock symbol on our website or journal platform to discover any Open Access content.

In recent years there has been significant growth in international business courts in Europe and across the world. They have been established as expert dispute resolution forums offering procedures in English for international commercial parties. Governments have promoted their development as an integral aspect of broader public policy agendas with the aim to enhance the rule of law and the attractiveness of their jurisdictions as legal and economic hubs. While these courts can be lauded for facilitating international commercial dispute resolution and boosting justice innovation, the development of competition in the international litigation market is a remarkable trend that merits discussion. International Business Courts provides a comprehensive critical evaluation of the institutional design and procedural rules of established and emerging international business courts. It focuses on major European and global centres. It assesses to what extent these courts, the competition between them and their interrelationship with arbitration, contribute to justice innovation. It considers their impact on access to justice and the global litigation market, as well as their effect on the rule of law. This book is of interest to legal practitioners, academics and policy makers in the area of civil justice and international business litigation.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-971-9 hardcover 304 pp. book: € 51.50 | $ 64.99 | £ 50.00 online: Open Access


ENFORCED PERFORMANCE OF COMMERCIAL SALES CONTRACTS IN THE NETHERLANDS, SINGAPORE AND CHINA

Enforced performance of commercial sales contracts in the Netherlands, Singapore and China Paula Kemp

THE 800-POUND GORILLA

LIMITS TO GROUP STRUCTURES AND ASSET PARTITIONING IN INSOLVENCY

PREADVIEZEN / REPORTS 2018

ing the enforceability of performance obligations, and also how domestic solutions correlate to the approaches taken by global and regional sales and contract law instruments. The main focus of this undertaking is to address the fundamental differences in approach to safeguarding the buyer's performance interest in obtaining the very thing it bargained for, and the seller's interests in protection against unjustifiable consequences of awarding a claim for enforced performance.

Business, Commercial and Financial Law

When commercial parties conclude a contract Paula Kemp for the sale of goods, their main objective is to exchange the subject goods for the agreed purchase price. The civil law and common law traditions have adopted the notion that these contractual promises are binding and each has put in place specific instruments to protect the interests of both parties. However, while the civil law tradition protects the interest in actual performance of the assumed obligations with a right to enforced performance, the common law tradition perceives the availability of enforced performance as a rarity. This book explores the Dutch, Singapore and Chinese viewpoints on this issue by analysing the extent to which respective contract law principles balance out the interests of parties to a commercial sales contract in their principles surround-

ISBN: 978-94-6236-987-0 eISBN: 978-94-6274-444-4 hardcover 436 pp. book / ebook: € 79.00 | $ 93.99 | £ 73.00

The 800-pound Gorilla: Limits to Group Structures and Asset Partitioning in Insolvency Reports 2018 Netherlands Association for Comparative and International Insolvency Law (NACIIL)

‘Limits to Group Structures and Asset Partitioning in Insolvency: The 800-pound gorilla’ was the theme of the 2018 annual meeting of the NACIIL. This theme encompasses two related topics at the intersection of corporate law and insolvency law: (1) the artificial subdivision of enterprises over different legal entities (asset partitioning) and (2) selective perforation by means of guarantees. Both strategic division of assets and selective perforation by means of guarantees have a strong impact on the insolvency practice and the position of various stakeholders. Thus far these two topics have been under-theorized and their relevance has been underestimated, at least in the Netherlands. The reports prepared

Business, Commercial and Financial Law

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

for the annual meeting and contained in this book provide a strong impulse for that debate. This book contains reports prepared by R. Squire (US), prof. J. Vananroye, A. van Hoe and G. Lindemans (Belgium), a report by prof. F.M.J. Verstijlen and A. Karapetian (RUG, Netherlands) and a report by A.L. Jonkers (UvA, Netherlands). Series: Reports NACIIL

ISBN: 978-94-6236-957-3 eISBN: 978-94-6274-644-2 paperback 108 pp. book / ebook: € 39.50 | $ 49.99 | £ 38.50

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DEMOCRACY AND THE RULE OF LAW

Constitutional Law and Human Rights

Justiciability of Political Questions in South Africa A Comparative Analysis Mtendeweka Owen Mhango Against the backdrop of the increase in the number of cases brought before courts that raise purely political questions, this book advocates for the development of a coherent political question doctrine in South Africa. Through a comparative study of the doctrine’s application in the United States, Ghana, Uganda and Nigeria, Mhango argues that the political question doctrine is an appropriate legal mechanism through which South Africa can address this problem. From a comparative perspective, Mhango evaluates the origins and current application of the doctrine in the four countries above and illustrates that their experiences present an opportunity for courts to develop and apply a clear doctrine for South Africa. Mhango contends that at the heart of this development sits the principle of separation of powers, and the imperative to balance the conflict between the principle of judicial review and that of democratic self-government. Justiciability of Political Questions in South Africa: A Comparative Analysis is of interest to academics in political science and constitutional law. Series: Democracy and the Rule of Law (vol. 9)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-918-4 eISBN: 978-94-6274-076-1 hardcover 284 pp. book / ebook: € 79.00 | $ 99.99 | £ 77.00

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FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

EUROPEAN DEMOCRACY IN CRISIS POLITIES UNDER

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JUSTIFICATION AND INTERPRETATION

CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW AND DEMOCRACY

kenneth einar himma & bojan spaic (eds.)

miodrag a. jovanovic (ed.)

CHALLENGE AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

violeta beširevic (ed.) series editor: miodrag a. jovanovic

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hauke brunkhorst, dragica vujadinovic & tanasije marinkovic (eds.)

series editor: miodrag a. jovanovic


COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW TREATISE Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-898-9 eISBN: 978-94-6274-985-6 hardcover 396 pp. book / ebook: € 100.00 $ 125.99 £ 97.00

Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-965-8 eISBN: 978-94-6274-493-6 hardcover 324 pp. book / ebook: € 100.00 $ 125.99 £ 97.00

SERIES EDITOR: GIUSEPPE FRANCO FERRARI

The Constitutional Systems of East Asia Mauro Mazza (Ed.) This volume, which is part of the Comparative Public Law Treaties directed by prof. Giuseppe Franco Ferrari, offers the result of a reflection on the characteristics of the constitutional laws of East Asia. In the course of the work, in addition to a deepening of understanding of the legal models considered, investigations were carried out for internal comparison between the Eastern Asian legal systems, as well as for comparison with public legal systems belonging to other, mainly Western, legal traditions. The sectors of the jurisdictions that have been examined concern (a) the constitutional system, with a separate analysis of the legislative, executive and judicial bodies including constitutional justice (in the national experiences that contemplate it), (b) the forms of political-administrative decentralization, and (c) the catalogue of fundamental rights. In accordance with the prevalent trends in international literature on comparative legal methodology (as far as we are concerned, in the area of constitutional law), both diachronic and synchronic profiles of the national legal systems have been examined. Series: Comparative Public Law Treatise

The Constitutional Systems of CentralEastern, Baltic and Balkan Europe Angela Di Gregorio (Ed.) This volume addresses, in a broad comparative perspective, the constitutional development of the countries of Central-Eastern, Baltic and Balkan Europe. Through an in-depth historical and political analysis, the co-authors examine the most recent constitutional dynamics of these countries, focusing in particular on the path followed after the collapse of their respective socialist regimes. A large number of countries is examined which demonstrates the complexity of this area in terms of state-building. The authors analyse in detail the various constitutions, with a focus on the debate that took place in the constituent assemblies and the influence of European democratic conditionality. The authors also examine the respective bills of rights especially with regard to their enforcement and protection. Finally, it should be noted that systems of government, territorial decentralization and constitutional justice are also the object of attention. Series: Comparative Public Law Treatise

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Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-976-4 eISBN: 978-94-6094-393-5 paperback 232 pp.

Giuseppe Franco Ferrari (Ed.)

THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY UNDER

TRUMP Th e Firs t Two Ye a rs

book / ebook: € 39.50 $ 49.99 £ 38.50

The American Presidency under Trump The First Two Years Giuseppe Franco Ferrari (Ed.)

Trump constitutes a clear break with past presidencies. Gallons of ink have been spilled on Trump’s controversial use of social networks, paying close attention to his statements on both domestic and foreign policy. Yet, less attention has been devoted to the impact the Trump administration had on constitutional and administrative law doctrines, and to the most recent trends in the U.S. government policymaking under Trump. The present work fills the gap by providing a non-partisan and comprehensive analysis of Trump’s first two years in office. The book is divided into two parts. The first part addresses the most recent trends in the U.S. Government, by covering topics as varied as the relationship between the Presidency and Congress, states, federal agencies, the Supreme Court. The second part then moves to illustrate the most recent trends in policy-making, by covering topics such as environmental law, fiscal policy, health care reform, and foreign policy.

Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-913-9 eISBN: 978-94-6274-287-1 paperback 66 pp. book / ebook: € 23.00 $ 28.99 £ 22.50

JEROEN TEMPERMAN

Corporate Religious Freedom and the Rights of Others

Corporate Religious Freedom and the Rights of Others Calibrating Human Rights in Times of Pluralist Dilemmas Jeroen Temperman

In pluralist societies, corporate religious freedom might conflict with other fundamental rights. Corporate piety might collide with LGBT rights, notably when a company’s management does not accept, either as employees or clients, individuals whom it believes to have ‘sinful’ sexual orientations. Secular companies may want to keep religion out of the workplace altogether, thus affecting individual religious freedom of employees. In this contribution, Jeroen Temperman engages with such expressions of corporate religion, addressing among other questions whether companies may indeed be deemed ‘religious’ under international human rights standards – hence whether companies can claim religious freedom – and if so, what the scope of such a freedom is, particularly when the rights of others are affected by such corporate manifestations of religion.

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Constitutional Law and Human Rights

dina siegel

dynamics of solidarity consequences of the ‘refugee crisis’ on Lesbos

ISBN: 978-94-6236-917-7 eISBN: 978-94-6274-007-5 hardcover 210 pp. book / ebook: € 44.50 $ 55.99 £ 43.50

Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-993-1 eISBN: 978-94-6094-484-0 hardcover 348 pp. book / ebook: € 75.00 $ 93.99 £ 73.00

Dynamics of Solidarity Consequences of the ‘Refugee Crisis’ on Lesbos Dina Siegel

From 2015 to 2017, thousands of migrants fleeing war and poverty arrived on the shores of the Greek island of Lesbos. Now known as the ‘refugee crisis’, this historic event had a huge impact on the everyday lives of the local residents. The people of Lesbos were left to deal with the newcomers, without support or adequate information from either local or EU authorities with regard to the scale and ‘urgency’ of the situation. Based on ethnographic research on Lesbos, including participant observation and interviews with a wide range of actors and stakeholders, this book provides an in-depth analysis of the role of NGOs, EU law enforcement, local authorities, businessmen, migrants and local residents in creating and perpetuating the ‘migration problem’. This study analyzes the dynamics of solidarity on the island. The early days of the crisis were characterized by euphoria and a warm-hearted welcome that led to the islanders being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Somewhere along the line, this initial enthusiasm turned into disappointment and indifference. What happened to solidarity on Lesbos? Is there anything left of it?

Human Rights in the 21st Century

Human Rights in the 21st Century Tibor Várady and Miodrag Jovanović (Eds.)

This is a collection of papers that were initially presented at the international conference, which was organized from 9th to 10th November 2018 by the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA) and Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade. The conference was organized on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Besides the introductory address, by Ben Ferencz, one of the prosecutors at the Nuremberg Trials, this volume gathers internationally renowned scholars and practitioners who deal with diverging issues from the international human rights law and politics. The volume opens with a selection of contributions broadly falling under the heading ‘general theoretical issues’. It is followed by a handful of articles focusing on the minority rights protection in the 21st century. Third part of the book is devoted to a pertinent problem of accountability of corporations for human rights violations. The closing part of the book is dedicated to environment and bioethics as human rights issues. This volume would be of interest to both human rights scholars and practitioners as well as to those generally interested in public international law issues. Series: Serbian Academy for Science and Arts co-publications Tibor Várady Miodrag Jovanov i ć ( Eds.)

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Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-960-3 hardcover 250 pp. book € 68.50 $ 85.99 £ 66.50

Human Rights of Asylum Seekers in Italy and Hungary Influence of International and EU Law on Domestic Actions Balázs Majtényi and Gianfranco Tamburelli (Eds.) This volume is the outcome of the Project Human Rights of Asylum Seekers in Italy and Hungary – Influence of International and EU Law on Domestic Actions, jointly carried out by the Institute for International Legal Studies (ISGI) of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) and the Institute for Legal Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS). It covers fifteen contributions on selected topics on migration, authored by legal researchers and professionals. It provides a unique analysis on how mass migration flows challenges basic principles and existing regulations and how legislation is continuously evolving. Recent changes in the political orientation of the Italian government might imply a rapprochement of the sector policies of Italy and Hungary, and their stronger impact on the EU orientation. The book will help to understand the current Italian and Hungarian legal regime and its policy foundations. The comparative analysis of the national legislation of each country, and of their relation to European and international law, has highlighted fundamental trends and issues concerning the handling of migration at global level. Series: Giappichelli co-publications

Constitutional Law and Human Rights

Judicial Dialogue Martin Belov (Ed.)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-963-4 eISBN: 978-94-6274-364-9 hardcover 258 pp. book / ebook: € 79.00 $ 99.99 £ 77.00

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Judicial dialogue is one of the pressing phenomena in contemporary EU law and constitutional law. It is a device of judicial policy-making and JUDICIAL networking and an instrument for policy coordiDIALOGUE nation and negotiation between the national, Martin Belov (Ed.) international and supranational legal orders. Judicial dialogue is also tipping point of the influence of courts on multilevel constitutional politics in the context of global constitutional (dis)order. This book provides original analysis of the different aspects of judicial dialogue. It starts with exploring the constitutional dimension of this phenomenon. The volume offers insightful analysis in relation to the spheres of public finance management, putting emphasis on the judicial dialogue related to the Economic and Monetary Union and the Eurozone crisis management. It outlines important issues of judicial dialogue in Private International Law and international dispute settlement. The book finishes with enlightening case-studies of the judicial dialogue between the Court of Justice of the EU and several national courts. The book offers novel theoretical insights and comparative research combined with case-studies.


Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-925-2 eISBN: 978-94-6274-540-7 hardcover 406 pp. book / ebook: € 100.00 $ 125.99 £ 97.00

Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-921-4 eISBN: 978-94-6274-190-4 hardcover 216 pp. book / ebook: € 63.00 $ 78.99 £ 61.00

MARITAL CAPTIVITY Divorce, Religion and Human Rights

Marital Captivity Divorce, Religion and Human Rights Susan Rutten, Benedicta Deogratias and Pauline Kruiniger (Eds.)

Susan Rutten Benedicta Deogratias Pauline Kruiniger (Eds.)

This collected edition by experts from all over the world, reflects a multidisciplinary approach to marital captivity and shows a multifaceted view of this widespread phenomenon. Marital captivity is a social and human rights problem that occurs within religions or religious communities worldwide. It is defined as a situation in which one or both spouses, but predominantly the wife, is unable to terminate a religious marriage, consequently trapping that spouse within the marriage against her or his will. As such it is a form of forced marriage and violence against women. Because of its severe social, legal, and economic implications, the phenomenon is approached from different perspectives: anthropological, sociological and legal. In thirteen chapters the book discusses the practice of marital captivity and human rights approaches, solutions and best practices to marital captivity. It is therefore a must-read for civil society, academics, legal practitioners such as solicitors, the judiciary, notaries and registrars, policy makers, and all other practitioners and ngo’s concerned with family issues and violence against women.

piotr mikuli natalie fox radosław puchta

ministers of justice in comparative perspective

Ministers of Justice in Comparative Perspective Piotr Mikuli, Natalie Fox and Radosław Puchta

This book analyses the institution of Minister of Justice in the constitutional systems of several European countries: the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, and Poland. The research was based on the hypothesis that the Minister of Justice is, in fact, inessential, because the institution is to a large extent incompatible with the principles of the separation of powers and the independence of the judiciary. Certain competences currently assigned to this institution might be allocated to other bodies and departments, including those that function as part of the government (the Cabinet), without any prejudicial effect on the functioning of the state. This book is aimed at academics in the field of comparative constitutional law.

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by Boštjan M. Zupančič

Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-903-0 eISBN: 978-94-6274-993-1 hardcover 344 pp. book / ebook: € 131.50 $ 165.99 £ 128.00

on the european court of human rights an insider’s retrospective (1998-2016)

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An Insider’s Retrospective (1998–2016) Boštjan M. Zupančič

In this book the author gives his views on the workings of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), where he served as a judge for 18 years. The book deals with the author’s subsequent successes, defeats and tribulations while attempting to introduce into the case law of the ECHR his previously well thought-out theoretical convictions. These convictions can be found in his essays published in The Owl of Minerva: Essays on Human Rights (2007) and his dissenting opinions which were published in The Owlets of Minerva (2011). In its almost 60 years of existence, the Court has been at the crossroads of two disparate modes of legal reasoning, the common law and the continental legal formalism. The author argues that the cause of the decline of the Court is its inability to adapt and to adopt reasoning by analogy. This thought-provoking book is of interest to academics in the field of law, human rights and constitutionalism.

Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-920-7 eISBN: 978-94-6274-481-3 hardcover 576 pp.

On the European Court of Human Rights

THE ROLE OF COURTS IN CONTEMPORARY LEGAL ORDERS

The Role of Courts in Contemporary Legal Orders Martin Belov (Ed.)

The Role of Courts in Contemporary Legal Orders aims to address the rising importance of courts in contemporary legal orders. It explores the role of courts on national, international, supranational and global level. The book provides for a multi-discursive analysis – theoretical and comparative, exemplified with case-studies. This book is a timely and topical analysis of pressing issues related to the enhanced role of courts in politics and the increased impact of politics on courts. It explores fundamental issues such as the legitimacy of courts, judicial activism, theory and philosophy of judicial decision-making, and the impact of politics, ethics, logic and technology on legal argumentation. It provides an analysis of the role of courts in supranational and global constitutionalism. Furthermore, the role of constitutional courts, administrative courts and criminal courts as well as the most important international and supranational courts is critically assessed. Special attention is devoted to the role of courts in the context of democratic backsliding, illiberal democracies and populist constitutionalism. Key issues related to the impact of courts on environmental and human rights’ protection are also addressed. The book finishes with the provocative chapter on the alternatives to courts. Martin Belov (Ed.)


Constitutional Law and Human Rights

michael addaney (ed.)

comparative african legal studies

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Reimagining Equality and Addressing Discrimination

ISBN: 978-94-6236-946-7 eISBN: 978-94-6274-509-4 paperback 298 pp. book / ebook: € 68.50 $ 85.99 £ 66.50

Constitutional Law and Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-924-5 eISBN: 978-94-6274-558-2 hardcover 354 pp. book / ebook: € 93.50 $ 117.99 £ 91.00

Women and Minority Rights Law in Africa Michael Addaney (Ed.)

women and minority rights law in africa: reimagining equality and addressing discrimination

This book brings together contributions from emerging African and internationally recognized scholars in the field of international human rights law and policy in general and women and minority rights in particular. Its primary aim is to further the development of African scholarship and to reinforce the international discourse on women and minority rights in a time of rapid change. The book analyses the various challenges that impede the promotion, protection and realization of the rights of women, girls and other minority groups in Africa. It calls for the building of strong institutions as well as the involvement of both state and non-state actors in advancing and safeguarding the rights of women and minority groups in Africa through legal reforms and robust institutional mechanisms for the enforcement of relevant laws and policies. The book is of great interest to scholars, practitioners, students, government officials and women and minority rights organizations in Africa and beyond. Series: Comparative African Legal Studies (vol. 3)

The World Community between Hegemony and Constitutionalism Andraž Zidar Two dominant trends in today’s world are hegemony and constitutionalism. The attitude of greater states or regional blocks, such as the US, Russia, China and the EU, represents hegemony. In parallel, constitutionalism is getting stronger through international organizations, international adjudicatory bodies and ‘higher norms’ of international law. While these processes represent a move away from the Westphalian inter-state logic, they also juxtapose hegemony and constitutionalism to each other. A detailed look reveals that the two phenomena are intertwined in the sense of the antinomy. To shed more light on their complex relationship, the book surveys hegemony and constitutionalism in the field of international law. It focuses on hegemo-constitutional intersections with regard to international organizations, intervention on humanitarian grounds and international adjudication. Concrete and practical examples provide incremental developments hinting at a new structure of the world community. This book will be of interest to those captivated by the current state of play in the world, in particular from the perspective of international law, constitutional law, international relations and political science.

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Implementing and Enforcing EU Criminal Law Theory and Practice Ivan Sammut and Jelena Agranovska (Eds.)

Criminal Law and Criminology

This book is the result of an academic project, funded by the Hercules Programme of the European Commission to study legislation dealing with crimes against the Financial Interest of the EU awarded to the Department of European and Comparative Law within the Faculty of Laws of the University of Malta. The study deals with the notion of criminal law at the European Union level as well as the relationship between the EU legal order and the national legal order. The focus of the study is on the development of EU criminal legislation aimed at protecting the financial interests of the EU, with a focus on cybercrime, fraud and public spending. The study, which is led by the editors based at the University of Malta, examines the subject from a European perspective. Besides the European perspective, the study focuses on national case-studies, followed by a comparative analysis. Plan S, an international initiative for Open Access publishing, will see the removal of paywalls for European scientific publications, making public funded research available to all. Did you know, however, that Eleven has already been a proficient publisher of Open Access publications for many years? We take great pride in our wide selection of journal contributions and entire books that are fully accessible to the community. Keep a close eye out for the orange open lock symbol on our website or journal platform to discover any Open Access content.

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ISBN: 978-94-6236-983-2 hardcover 340 pp. book: € 75.00 | $ 93.99 | £ 73.00 online: Open Access


Criminal Law and Criminology

ISBN: 978-94-6236-882-8 eISBN: 978-94-6274-935-1 hardcover 168 pp. book / eboook: € 47.50 $ 59.99 £ 46.00

Series editors Estelle Zinsstag & Tinneke van Camp

S T U D I E S I N R E S T O R AT I V E J U S T I C E

Building Bridges Prisoners, Crime Victims and Restorative Justice Iain Brennan and Gerry Johnstone

Building Bridges Prisoners, Crime Victims and Restorative Justice Iain Brennan and Gerry Johnstone

Across Europe, restorative justice has gained acceptance as a way of resolving disputes and mitigating the harm of crime in the community. Practitioners have also begun to coordinate restorative meetings in prisons in an effort to reduce the harms of victimisation and to encourage desistance from crime. This book provides a comprehensive evaluation of Building Bridges, a programme of restorative meetings between victims and prisoners in seven European countries. Funded by the European Commission, this evaluation is essential reading for practitioners and policy-makers interested in restorative justice and prisons. It offers important insights into the potential of restorative approaches for victims and offenders and reveals the organisational and cultural obstacles to be overcome before restorative justice is a regular feature of prisons in Europe. Series: Studies in Restorative Justice (vol. 1)

Criminal Law and Criminology

Conflicts and International Crimes: an Introduction to Research Methods

ISBN: 978-94-6236-749-4 eISBN: 978-94-6274-777-7 hardcover 432 pp. book / ebook: € 68.50 $ 85.99 £ 66.50

Conflicts and International Crimes: An Introduction to Research Methods Catrien Bijleveld

Catrien Bijleveld

Conflicts and International Crimes: an Introduction to Research Methods gives an overview of basic research methods and statistics for the analysis of international crimes: genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. After an introduction to general social science research methodology, it discusses particularities of criminological research as well as tailored techniques for criminology, such as victim surveys and randomized response techniques. Next it discusses specific techniques for assessing the prevalence of international crimes, borrowing from epidemiology, biology and social science/criminology. Methods for the analysis of the etiology and responses to international crimes are illustrated, as well as general social science and tailored methods for the analysis of the impact of conflicts. The book uses a minimum of formulas and many examples from well-known recent conflicts in which atrocities were committed, such as Rwanda, the former Yugoslavia and Darfur, as well as from more distant conflicts. It is geared towards students as well as social science and legal scholars studying international crimes and their aftermath.

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Criminal Law and Criminology

Constructing and organising crime in  Europe

ISBN: 978-94-6236-955-9 eISBN: 978-94-6274-553-7 paperback 450 pp. book ebook: € 60.50 $ 75.99 £ 59.00

Petrus C. van Duyne Alexey Serdyuk Georgios A. Antonopoulos Jackie H. Harvey Klaus von Lampe (eds.)

Constructing and organising crime in Europe Petrus C. van Duyne, Alexey Serdyuk, Georgios A. Antonopoulos, Jackie H. Harvey and Klaus von Lampe (Eds.)

Crime is not just a reality ‘out there’, but also the outcome of social constructions: crime is often ‘in the eye of the beholder’. When society changes, that is the ‘beholders’, new developments can be seen as disturbances, which under the pressure of the concerned citizens, can be constructed as crimes. A general driver to new crime constructions is the ‘fear of …’, an uneasiness driving policy and law makers into the direction of new crime constructions or widening existing ones, such as money-laundering. This is discussed in this volume of the 19th Cross-border Crime Colloquium, held in June 2018 in Kharkiv, consisting of peer-reviewed contributions from 25 expert authors and young and upcoming researchers. They cover many issues at the centre of criminological and criminal policy debates, such as corruption, the mafia, Chinese organised crime, irregular migration and arms trafficking, examples of crossborder crimes that concern us all in Europe and beyond.

Criminal Law and Criminology

ISBN: 978-94-6236-977-1 eISBN: 978-94-6094-252-5 paperback 110 pp. book / ebook: € 26.50 $ 32.99 £ 26.00

THE CREATIVE CARPENTER BIASED PRESENTATION OF EVIDENCE IN A JURY TRIAL

FLEUR D.A . C ROLLA HA N N A S IJS LIN G N IN A RA N ZIJN M A RIEK E K . GRIM BERG LON N EK E C. YK EM A A N DRÉ W.E.A . DE ZUTTER PETER J. VA N K OPPEN

The Creative Carpenter Biased Presentation of Evidence in a Jury Trial Fleur D.A. Crolla, Hanna Sijsling, Nina Ranzijn, Marieke K. Grimberg, Lonneke C. Ykema, André W.E.A. De Zutter and Peter J. van Koppen

In 1990, a duffle bag with the dismembered and beheaded remains of American model Melissa Halstead was found in a canal in Rotterdam. In 2001, the dismembered and beheaded remains of English prostitute Paula Fields were found in six bags in a canal in London. Their connection? In the time leading up to their death, both women had been seeing an English carpenter named John Sweeney. He became the only suspect in a joint Dutch and British police investigation. In 2011, John was found guilty of murdering Melissa and Paula and sentenced to life imprisonment. The conviction was not based on actual evidence but on John’s sinister drawings and poems. The investigation by Project Reasonable Doubt raises many questions about the police investigation and John’s conviction. Series: Reasonable Doubt

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Criminal Law and Criminology

IN STI TUUT VO O R R ECHTSW E TEN SCHA PP EL IJ K O N DER ZO E K

Detection, Detention, Deportation Criminal justice and migration control through the lens of crimmigration

ISBN: 978-94-6236-988-7 eISBN: 978-94-6094-445-1 paperback 224 pp. book / ebook: € 45.00 $ 55.99 £ 44.00

Criminal justice and migration control through the lens of crimmigration J. Brouwer

Border control has changed significantly in recent decades. Whereas globalisation appears to have diminished the relevance of international borders, states have simultaneously sought ways to regain some form of control over cross-border mobility. In this process, alternative and novel means of border enforcement have emerged. What do these bordering practices look like? How are they implemented on the ground and experienced by those subjected to them? These are the main questions this dissertation aims to answer. To that end, it looks at bordering practices in the Netherlands through the lens of crimmigration, the term used to refer to the growing merger of criminal justice and migration control. Relying on extensive empirical fieldwork – including observations, focus group discussions, surveys, and in-depth interviews – the dissertation examines two bordering practices: intra-Schengen migration policing and the punishment and deportation of criminally convicted non-citizens. The different empirical chapters highlight the various ways these contemporary bordering practices are shaped by and in their turn shape the criminal justice system, and how this ultimately results in considerable challenges for the legitimacy of both the migration control and the criminal justice system. Series: E.M. Meijers Institute for Scientific Legal Research (vol. 333) J. BROUWER

Criminal Law and Criminology

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS

ISBN: 978-94-6236-939-9 paperback 390 pp. book € 51.50 $ 64.99 £ 50.00

Detection, Detention, Deportation

Law and Practice

International Criminal Investigations Law and Practice

Edited by

Adejoké Babington-Ashaye, Aimée Comrie & Akingbolahan Adeniran

Adejoké Babington-Ashaye, Aimée Comrie and Akingbolahan Adeniran (Eds.)

International Criminal Investigations: Law & Practice is the first of its kind – a resource book on selected topics assessing more than twenty years of international criminal investigations, while addressing the practicalities and challenges of such investigations. It explores, from the perspective of expert practitioners, a thematic approach to important issues such as investigative strategies, planning and interview techniques for specific witnesses, financial investigations, while incorporating the personal experiences of those who have served as pioneers in this field. A necessary addition to the literature on international criminal law in practice, this volume meaningfully contributes to increased knowledge of the science and art involved in international criminal investigations. International Criminal Investigations is also available in Hardback (978-94-6236-779-1).

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Criminal Law and Criminology

ISBN: 978-94-6236-880-4 eISBN: 978-94-6274-932-0 hardcover 262 pp. book / ebook: € 45.00 $ 55.99 £ 44.00

NETWORK CORRUPTION:

WHEN SOCIAL CAPITAL BECOMES CORRUPTED Its meaning and significance in corruption and network theory and the consequences for (EU) policy and law

WILLEKE SLINGERLAND

Network Corruption: When Social Capital Becomes Corrupted Its Meaning and Significance in Corruption and Network Theory and the Consequences for (EU) Policy and Law Willeke Slingerland

Corruption is generally referred to as bribery. This books deals with a different form of corruption: corruption caused by networks. Network corruption is the form of corruption in which the interaction of multiple actors within a social network results in corruption but in which the individual behaviour as such is not necessarily corrupt. The main reason for this research is that a gap appears to exist in the available theories on corruption: very little research is available on corruption by a network, nor does the network theory thoroughly discuss the risks or pitfalls of networks or how such a collective can become corrupt. As such this books offers a ‘new layer’ by clearly defining what distinguishes network corruption from corruption networks. The other reason for this research is the observation that policies and investigations appear to be limited in dealing with corruption in network-like structures. Network Corruption: When Social Capital Becomes Corrupted is a book in which corruption is considered from the perspectives of law, (business) ethics and social psychology.

Criminal Law and Criminology EDITORS

ISBN: 978-94-6236-969-6 eISBN: 978-94-6094-000-2 hardcover 340 pp.

THE PRAXIS OF JUSTICE L IBE R AM ICORUM I VO AERTSEN

book / ebook: € 68.50 $ 85.99 £ 66.50

Brunilda Pali Katrien Lauwaert Stefaan Pleysier

The Praxis of Justice Liber Amicorum Ivo Aertsen Brunilda Pali, Katrien Lauwaert and Stefaan Pleysier (Eds.)

The Praxis of Justice brings together original contributions on restorative justice centering on the work of Ivo Aertsen, Emeritus Professor of Criminology in the Faculty of Law, KU Leuven. The work of Ivo Aertsen has impacted not only his country, Belgium, but the whole world. In recognition of a worthy life, his friends and colleagues of different generations and from all around the world have created this Liber Amicorum, as a living testament to friendship and accomplishment. The contributions in the book are both diverse and complementary as colours and motives of a tapestry, ranging from fully fledged scholarly reflections to personal anecdotes, memories and letters. The book will be especially interesting for anyone interested in restorative justice in general, and in the work of Ivo Aertsen in particular.

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HUNGARIAN YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN LAW

Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law 2019 Marcel Szabó, Laura Gyeney and Petra Lea Lancos (Eds.) The Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law comprises a collection of articles written mostly by Hungarian authors, covering developments in the field of international law and EU law, and progress in the domestic implementation and application of these fields of law. The thematic part of the volume centers around the issues of environmental protection on the national, European and international level. The Yearbook also contains numerous articles on Hungarian state practice, case notes and book reviews. The Yearbook offers a comprehensive picture of the state of application and implementation of international law and EU law in Hungary. Available soon: the complete online archives of articles since 2013 for purchase

HUNGARIAN YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN LAW

2018

European and International Law

HUNGARIAN YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN LAW

2017

ISBN: 978-94-6236-979-5 eISBN: 978-94-6094-424-6 hardcover 612 pp. book / ebook: € 175.00 | $ 220.99 | £ 170.00

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European and International Law

ISBN: 978-94-6236-931-3 hardcover 234 pp.

A Concise Introduction to International Law

book € 51.50 $ 64.99 £ 50.00

Attila M. Tanzi This textbook provides an overview of the functioning international law, rather than the full knowledge of the immense developments of international law of the last decades, concerning the regulation of its subjects, sources, state responsibility, the means of dispute settlement and the ever increasingly problematic relation to domestic jurisdictions and the numerous branches of substantive international law, such as the law of the sea, environmental law, human rights law, investment and trade law, international criminal law, and jurisdictional immunities, amongst others. The extreme concision book is aimed to provide an incentive for the students at first degree level to study the subject, while purporting to complement the specific syllabus, which may be chosen by the teacher of the PIL module. The basic character of the narrative is also meant to embolden domestic attorneys to realise how intertwined with international law are the rules and institutions they interpret and apply on a daily basis, and how many more arguments they could plead before a domestic court if they were aware of this. Series: Giappichelli co-publications

European and International Law

ISBN: 978-94-6236-947-4 eISBN: 978-94-6274-510-0 hardcover 376 pp. book / ebook: € 72.50 $ 90.99 £ 70.50

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CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

Contemporary Issues in International Law Phani Dascalopoulou-Livada

The aim of this book is to provide the reader with overviews of certain international law issues which recently have been and continue to be central on the international scene in the coming years. These issues are subdivided in four parts: Part I, The Rise of International Criminal Law and the Creation of the International Criminal Court; Part II, Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in the Face of Terrorism; Part III, Aspects of International Law of the Sea; and Part IV, Water in International Law. Within this broad context, the book furthermore provides insights into aspects which are of particular interest, e.g. piracy in connection with ‘International law of the Sea’ or targeted killings in connection with ‘HR and IHL in the face of Terrorism.’ Examples of real-life problems are also laid out, e.g. those of the Nile and the Tigris/Euphrates Rivers in relation to ‘Water in International Law.’ The book will be of interest to professionals, diplomats, international lawyers and legal advisers. Law students will also benefit from it, particularly because the text is combined with extensive references for further study. Phani Dascalopoulou-Livada


MAASTRICHT LAW SERIES

Maastricht Law Series

Maastricht Law Series

Jaap Hage

Jan M. Smits

Maastricht Law Series

Maastricht Law Series

Kei Hannah Brodersen, Vincent Glerum and André Klip

Bram Akkermans and Gijs van Dijck (Eds.)

Antonia Waltermann, David Roef, Jaap Hage and Marko Jelicic (Eds.)

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European Integration: A Theme

Maastricht Law Series

Five Uneasy Pieces Essays on Law and Evolution

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The European Arrest Warrant and In Absentia Judgments

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Sustainability and Private Law

Law, Science, Rationality

Created in 2018 by Boom juridisch and Eleven International Publishing in association with the Maastricht University Faculty of Law, the Maastricht Law Series publishes books on comparative, European and International law. The series builds upon the tradition of excellence in research at the Maastricht Faculty of Law, its research centres and the Ius Commune Research School. The Maastricht Law Series is a peer reviewed book series that allows researchers an excellent opportunity to showcase their work.

European Integration: A Theme

Essays on Law and Evolution Jan M. Smits

The European Arrest Warrant and In Absentia Judgments Kei Hannah Brodersen, Vincent Glerum and André Klip

Sustainability and Private Law Bram Akkermans and Gijs van Dijck (Eds.)

Law, Science, Rationality Antonia Waltermann, David Roef, Jaap Hage and Marko Jelicic

ISBN: 978-94-6236-982-5 eISBN: 978-94-6094-431-4 hardcover 112 pp.

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ISBN: 978-94-6236-985-6 eISBN: 978-94-6094-439-0 paperback 338 pp.

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ISBN: 978-94-6236-986-3 eISBN: 978-94-6094-441-3 paperback 192 pp.

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ISBN: 978-94-6236-989-4 eISBN: 978-94-6094-448-2 paperback 312 pp.

book / ebook: € 67.50 $ 84.99 £ 65.50

Law (general)

Five Uneasy Pieces

book / ebook: € 39.50 $ 49.99 £ 38.50

European and International Law

Jaap Hage

ISBN: 978-94-6236-981-8 eISBN: 978-94-6094-430-7 paperback 224 pp.

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Insurance Aspects of Cross-Border Road Traffic Accidents Luk De Baere and Frits Blees

Law (general)

Claims handling of cross-border traffic accidents is a complex process. The rules governing the handling and settling of such accidents often requires indepth knowledge of a wide range of fields of expertise: the applicable law on liability and compensation, insurance law, the law of the European Union, private international law and – last but not least – the functioning of the various Agreements between national organisations of motor insurers such as the Green Card Bureaux, the national Guarantee Funds etc. Insurance Aspects of Cross-Border Road Traffic Accidents provides practitioners in the field with the necessary background information. The book offers a comprehensive analysis of the insurance aspects of cross-border road traffic accidents. This new publication will prove extremely useful for professionals of insurance companies, specialists in claims handling organisations, members of staff within national Green Card Bureaux, Guarantee Funds and Compensation Bodies, but also for solicitors, magistrates and legislators. ISBN: 978-94-6236-958-0 eISBN: 978-94-6274-730-2 paperback 410 pp. book / ebook: € 47.50 | $ 59.99 | £ 46.00

Law (general)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-964-1 eISBN: 978-94-6274-383-0 paperback 182 pp. book / ebook: € 41.00 $ 50.99 £ 40.00

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CROSS-BORDER EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL RIGHTS IN THE EU ROAD TRANSPORT SECTOR Bartłomiej Bednarowicz and Amber Zwanenburg (Eds.)

Cross-Border Employment and Social Rights in the EU Road Transport Sector Bartłomiej Bednarowicz and Amber Zwanenburg (Eds.)

This textbook aims to sketch out the main problems arising in the field of EU transnational transportation by providing adequate understanding of the legal setting in the five key EU legal areas for this sector: fundamental freedoms, private international law, posting of workers, social security coordination and social dialogue. Indeed, road transport is a truly living organism which makes it challenging for the laws to keep up with its ongoing dynamics. In addition, due to its inherent transnational element, the process of application of relevant laws is often shrouded in ambiguity, making it difficult to solve the emerged conflicts of laws. Against this background, this textbook provides an integral vision on the interaction of EU freedoms with social rights at EU level offering a comprehensive and unique in-depth coverage of the most relevant topics and presenting nuanced guidance depicting problemsolving skills which was carefully selected by the leading academic experts. Overall, this position is addressed to not only academics but also to students, practitioners and others interested in the road transport sector.


NILG

GOVERNANCE & RECHT 18

Law (general)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-980-1 eISBN: 978-94-6094-425-3 paperback 302 pp.

Devolution and Decentralisation in Social Security

Devolution and Decentralisation in Social Security A European Comparative Perspective Editors • Gijsbert Vonk • Paul Schoukens

book / ebook: € 68.50 $ 85.99 £ 66.50

A European Comparative Perspective Gijsbert Vonk and Paul Schoukens (Eds.) In many countries regional and local authorities are given more powers in the field of social security. Supposedly, this is a general trend taking place throughout the developed world and beyond. In this volume the processes of devolution and decentralisation in social security are researched from a comparative European perspective, taking into account the constitutional setting and the architecture of the social security systems. The book includes thirteen country studies based on a uniform format and three overarching contributions. Devolution and Decentralisation in Social Security shows how complex, differentiated and nationally diverse the state of devolution and decentralisation in Europe actually is. This book is of particular interest to scholars in the field of social policy and social security, constitutionalists and policy makers who are interested in local administration. Series: NILG – Governance & Law (vol. 18)

Carol Rogerson Masha Antokolskaia Joanna Miles Patrick Parkinson Machteld Vonk (Eds.)

Law (general)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-927-6 eISBN: 978-94-6274-420-2 paperback 588 pp. book / ebook: € 100.00 $ 125.99 £ 97.00

Family Law and Family Realities 16th ISFL World Conference Book

Family Law and Family Realities 16th ISFL World Conference Book Carol Rogerson, Masha Antokolskaia, Joanna Miles, Patrick Parkinson and Machteld Vonk (Eds.)

Family Law and Family Realities contains a selection of papers presented at the 16th World Conference of the International Society of Family Law (ISFL) that took place in 2017 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The central theme of this volume is whether international and national family laws still adequately reflect changing family realities. The issues are examined in different geographical, political, social, cultural and religious settings, giving insight into how family laws relate to the actual practices and needs of different types of traditional and non-traditional families and to the distinct needs of vulnerable family members. Contributors come from Western and Eastern Europe, Israel, Africa, North and South America, Australasia and Asia. Family Law and Family Realities offers comprehensive coverage of global and contemporary family law topics and is therefore of interest to family law practitioners, academics and policy makers.

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Law (general)

HOUSES, HOMES AND THE LAW

ISBN: 978-94-6236-974-0 eISBN: 978-94-6094-223-5 hardcover 380 pp. book / ebook: € 83.00 $ 104.99 £ 81.00

Houses, Homes and the Law

Edited by: Michel Vols • Christoph U. Schmid Series editor: Michel Vols

Michel Vols and Christoph U. Schmid (Eds.) This book is the result of the successful collaboration between two research networks: the Housing Law Working Group of the European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) and the TENLAW research network. It deals with evictions, their social background and regulation under procedural and human rights law; housing problems of indigenous and ethnic minorities and immigrants; the relationship between landlords, tenants and agents and the private rental sector; housing satisfaction and the instruments and models to measure it; and finally national instances of the European housing crises in Spain, Germany and Romania. The contributions in this volume will further enhance the understanding of housing law and rights, and provide useful materials for future comparative analysis. Houses, Homes and the Law is the third volume in the series that seeks to examine the many facets of housing law from a variety of academic and professional perspectives. Series: Studies in housing law (vol. 3)

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Models for Mediation Lenka Hora Adema, Linda Reijerkerk and Jacques de Waart

Most mediators are working with models – consciously or unconsciously – such as Glasl’s model on Escalation, the ZOPA and the Drama Triangle, to name the best known. This book brings together almost 60 models which can be used in mediation. It includes an overview on how to apply these in practice and what its use is in a mediation. The aim of the book is to assist mediators in doing their job more effectively and thus raise the level of mediation. Models for Mediation is a welcome contribution to the development of the field. The full-color book is folded and bound per the Japanese binding method and comes with a poster of the leading mediation model. In short: a special edition and a must-have for every mediator!

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NILG – PROPERTY, ENVIRONMENT & LAW NILG

VASTGOED, OMGEVING & RECHT 11

Law (general)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-940-5 eISBN: 978-94-6274-418-9 paperback 396 pp. book / ebook: € 58.00 $ 72.99 £ 56.50

National-Level Adoption of International Standards on Expropriation, Compensation and Resettlement A Comparative Analysis of National Laws Enacted in 50 Countries Across Asia, Africa and Latin America Nicholas K. Tagliarino

This book presents the first-ever comprehensive assessment of whether national laws enacted in 50 countries across Asia, Africa, and Latin America comply with international standards on expropriation, compensation, and resettlement as established in Section 16 of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries, and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGTs). The VGGTs are supported by the international consensus of governments, civil society, and the private sector. The UN Committee on World Food Security officially endorsed the VGGTs in 2012. This book uses indicators to compare laws with international standards. Illustrative examples of how expropriation laws are implemented in practice, including a case study of Nigeria’s Lekki Free Trade Zone expropriation case, are provided to highlight the importance of adopting international standards. Along with establishing a benchmark for measuring progress that indicates most of the national laws assessed do not comply with international standards, this book offers a set of recommended legal reforms that support the adoption of international standards in national laws. Series: NILG – Property, Environment & Law (vol. 11)

VASTGOED, OMGEVING & RECHT 12

Law (general)

book / ebook: € 58.00 $ 72.99 £ 56.50

A Comparative Analysis of National Laws Enacted in 50 Countries Across Asia, Africa and Latin America Nicholas K. Tagliarino

NILG

ISBN: 978-94-6236-959-7 eISBN: 978-94-6274-747-0 paperback 308 pp.

National-Level Adoption of International Standards on Expropriation, Compensation and Resettlement

New Perspectives on Acquisitive Prescription B. Hoops and E.J. Marais (Eds.)

New Perspectives on Acquisitive Prescription

Landownership is a cornerstone of our economic and social system, as it enables people to lead self-fulfilling lives by allowing them to participate in human activities. It also provides the necessary security for long-term investment and economic development. These purposes are undermined when non-owners acquire the ownership of land against the owner’s wishes. Yet, both acquisitive prescription and adverse possession deprive owners of their property against their will. This book offers fresh perspectives on existing debates about whether these legal institutions still serve legitimate goals in contemporary society. To the extent that they still have a societal function, the contributors to this book inquire whether the requirements for an acquisition by a non-owner should be changed. They pay particular attention to the role of land registration systems in the context of these legal institutions and shed light on whether there should be alternative remedies available, such as compensation for the loss of land. The book will be of use to academic lawyers, property theorists, legal practitioners, and land use planners. Series: NILG – Property, Environment & Law (vol. 12) Editors B. Hoops • E.J. Marais

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ISBN: 978-94-6236-978-8 eISBN: 978-94-6094-352-2 hardcover 224 pp.

Proactive and Powerful

Law Clerks and the Institutionalization of the Norwegian Supreme Court Gunnar Grendstad William R. Shaffer Jørn Øyrehagen Sunde Eric N. Waltenburg

ebook / ebook: € 62.00 $ 77.99 £ 60.50

Proactive and Powerful Law Clerks and the Institutionalization of the Norwegian Supreme Court Gunnar Grendstad, William R. Shaffer, Jørn Øyrehagen Sunde and Eric N. Waltenburg

Norway’s Supreme Court is one of the most powerful Supreme Courts in Europe. This position is in large parts due to the role and expansion of the law clerks on the Court. Beginning in 1957 with a single clerk, the number of law clerks has increased dramatically. Today, the clerks outnumber the justices, and their tasks have expanded considerably. In 1957 the task was to prepare civil appeals. Today, clerks assist in most stages of the Court’s decisional process, including the writing of the final decision. The expansion and institutionalisation of the clerk unit have enabled the justices to commence on policymaking and on developing the law. The law clerks have been key in the development of a more proactive and powerful Norwegian Supreme Court. This book is the first comprehensive study of law clerks in a European Supreme Court. It will be valuable to lawyers, historians and political scientists who care about the expanding role of courts and the impact of courts on politics, society, and the legal system.

Law (general)

Maastricht Law Series

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ISBN: 978-94-6236-949-8 eISBN: 978-94-6274-520-9 paperback 38 pp. book / ebook: € 26.50 $ 32.99 £ 26.00

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Symeon C. Symeonides

The “Private” in Private International Law

The “Private” in Private International Law Symeon C. Symeonides

The adjective “private” in Private International Law (PIL) distinguishes PIL from its public international sibling but also confines its scope to horizontal disputes between parties other than states acting as such. But does this mean that these disputes implicate only the interests of the immediate parties and not the interests of the states involved in the conflict? The classical and still prevailing view of PIL answers this question in the affirmative. A contrary view, usually associated with American conflicts law, assumes that most of these disputes implicate the conflicting claims or “interests” of the involved states to apply their respective laws. This essay, which is based on the Private Law Lecture delivered at Maastricht University, explores these antithetical assumptions and uncovers the extent to which contemporary PIL systems have embraced the latter view, albeit in mostly covert ways. Series: Maastricht Law Series (vol. 9)


Law (general)

The Transnational Illegal Adoption Market

ISBN: 978-94-6236-916-0 eISBN: 978-94-6274-050-1 paperback 512 pp. ebook / ebook: € 89.50 $ 113.99 £ 87.00

Elvira Loibl

A Criminological Study of the German and Dutch Intercountry Adoption Systems

The Transnational Illegal Adoption Market A Criminological Study of the German and Dutch Intercountry Adoption Systems E.C. Loibl

The last half-century has witnessed the emergence of a transnational illegal market in adoptable children. Numerous cases have been uncovered whereby children from the Global South were purchased or kidnapped from their families or orphanages in order to meet the high demand for adoption among couples and individuals in the Global North. This book provides a comprehensive criminological analysis of the phenomenon of child trafficking for adoption purposes. It illustrates the structure and organization of the illegal adoption market and uncovers and explains the criminogenic factors of the German and Dutch adoption system which encourage and facilitate the trafficking in adoptable children. This book does not only explore the weaknesses of relevant national and international legal instruments on intercountry adoption, it also unearths and explains adopters’ cultural attitudes, beliefs and perceptions that facilitate illegal practices within the intercountry adoption system. It is a must read for academics, policy makers and stakeholders in the field of intercountry adoption who care about children’s rights and ethical adoptions.

J o nat h a n E . S o e h a r n o

Law (general)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-120-1 eISBN: 978-94-6274-719-3 hardcover 74 pp. book / ebook: € 19.50 $ 23.99 £ 19.00

The Value of the Oath

The Value of the Oath Jonathan E. Soeharno

Oaths play an important societal role. They are sworn by the likes of magistrates, soldiers, politicians, doctors and judges. It is telling that oaths appear in all (ancient) societies: from the Aztecs to the ancient Egyptians, and from the Persians to the Chinese dynasties. But why are oaths important? Some have high expectations about the oath, alleging that it is imbued with some kind of moral power. An oath would then guarantee the loyalty of a president to the constitution, the care of a doctor for his or her patients, or the truthfulness of a witness in court. Others, however, take the oath to be nothing more than an empty ritual. This book explores the value of the oath throughout the history of thought, and how oaths can have value in today’s society.

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Public Administration / Political Science

Smart Hybridity Potentials and Challenges of New Governance Arrangements Joop Koppenjan, Philip Marcel Karré and Katrien Termeer (Eds.)

In our current society, governments face complex societal issues that cannot be tackled through traditional governance arrangements. Therefore, governments increasingly come up with smart hybrid arrangements that transcend the boundaries of policy domains and jurisdictions, combine governance mechanisms (state, market, networks and self-governance), and foster new forms of collaboration. This book provides an overview of what

ISBN: 978-94-6236-893-4 eISBN: 978-94-6274-972-6 paperback 176 pp. book / ebook: € 41.50 | $ 52.99 | £ 40.50

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smart hybridity entails and of its potentials and challenges. It includes empirical analyses of hybrid arrangements in five policy domains, and reflections upon these studies by internationally renowned governance scholars. They show that the smartness of the new hybrid arrangements does not lie in realizing quick fixes, but in participants’ capacities to learn, adapt and arrive at sustainable and legitimate solutions that balance various public values.


Public Administration Political Science

ISBN: 978-94-6236-944-3 eISBN: 978-94-6274-505-6 paperback 290 pp. book / ebook: € 52.50 $ 65.99 £ 51.00

Inside the Behavioural State

Joram Feitsma

Inside the Behavioural State Joram Feitsma

A ‘Behavioural Insights’ movement has entered the global policy scene. Drawing from the behavioural sciences, this movement has been pushing novel forms of policy analysis and design, particularly promoting the use of ‘nudges’ and field experiments. Despite Behavioural Insights’ apparent popularity, its contribution to state and society has been appraised divergently. Some see a promise of radical evidence-based government, others a looming manipulative technocracy, and again others a trivial fad. In light of the puzzle posed by these clashing appraisals, this study has explored Behavioural Insights from up close. Based on ethnographic fieldwork in Dutch government, it asks what Behavioural Insights experts actually do, how they are professionalizing and how they ‘see’. The result is a rich account of the emerging ‘behavioural state’, with a sharper understanding of its varieties, tensions and ambiguities.

Public Administration Political Science

ISBN: 978-94-6236-951-1 eISBN: 978-94-6274-538-4 paperback 294 pp. book / ebook: € 47.50 $ 59.99 £ 46.00

It is all about integrity, stupid STUDIES ON, ABOUT OR INSPIRED BY THE WORK OF LEO HUBERTS

Edited by Gjalt de Graaf

It is all about Integrity, Stupid Studies on, about or Inspired by the Work of Leo Huberts Gjalt de Graaf (Ed.)

This book contains 26 studies on the integrity of governance, by scholars from around the world. The studies are on, about or inspired by Leo Huberts, the famous integrity scholar.

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TEXTBOOKS BY ELEVEN YOUR SOURCE FOR LEARNING

Analysis Techniques for nonExperimental Data: An Introduction C.C.J.H. Bijleveld, S.G.A. van de Weijer, S. Ruiter and V.R. van der Geest C.C.J.H. Bijleveld S.G.A. van de Weijer S. Ruiter V.R. van der Geest

Analysis Techniques for non-Experimental Data: An Introduction

Textbooks

ISBN: 978-94-6236-835-4 paperback 291 pp.

LA NA S A I D & M A S U M A S H A H I D

Cases and Materials International and European Union Law

Anja Eleveld Beryl ter Haar (Eds.)

Collected Cases on EU Labour Law

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Collected Cases on EU Labour Law Anja Eleveld and Beryl ter Haar (Eds.)

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Comparative Constitutional Law Documents A A LT W I L L E M H E R I N GA & S A S C H A H A R D T ( E D S. )

Comparative Constitutional Law Documents

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Aalt Willem Heringa and Sascha Hardt (Eds.)

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Edited by Alex Geert Castermans & Caspar van Woensel

CSR for young business lawyers

CSR for young business lawyers Alex Geert Castermans and Caspar van Woensel (Eds.)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-766-1 paperback 406 pp.

Marnix Snel Janaina de Moraes

Doing a systematic literature review in legal scholarship

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Doing a systematic literature review in legal scholarship Marnix Snel and Janaína Garcia de Moraes

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English Legal Terminology Legal Concepts in Language (4th edn.) Helen Gubby

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Law Enforcement in Digital Society Wouter Stol and Litska Strikwerda

Law Enforcement in Digital Society Wouter Stol Litska Strikwerda

ISBN: 978-94-6236-894-1 paperback 342 pp.

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Journals


ISSN: 2352-068X print and online: € 109.00 online: € 82.00

African Journal

print and online (institutional): € 280.00 online (institutional): € 210.00

of International Criminal Justice

volume 5 2019 issue 2 Founding editor: Charles C. Jalloh

African Journal of International Criminal Justice (AJICJ) Prof. Charles C. Jalloh (Founding editor), Margaret DeGuzman, Lansana Gberie, Lucy Hovil, Laurence Juma, Simon Meisenberg, Godfrey Musila, Lydia A. Nkansah, Sarah Nouwen, Chidi Odinkalu, Benson Olugbuo, Harry Rhea, Shakiratu Sanusi, Alpha Sesay and Yitiha Simbeye

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. 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 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, and 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.

ISSN: 2542-4602 print and online: € 97.00 online: € 74.00

2018 | 2

CORPORATE MEDIATION JOURNAL Editorial From the Editor

Articles What Is a Good Mediator?

print and online (institutional): € 272.00 online (institutional): € 204.00

The Power of the CPR Pledge A Definition of Mediation?

Corporate Mediation Journal (CMJ) Martin Brink PhD and Claire Mulder LLM The Corporate Mediation Journal (CMJ) 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 to their workplace and their organisation. CMJ 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.

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ISSN: 2589-7764 print and online: € 82.00 online: € 62.00

E ast Eur o p e a n Ye ar b o o k o n H um an R igh t s V O LU M E 2 2 019

Egidijus Kūris

On Lessons Learned and Yet to Be Learned

Dragoljub Popović

Reasoning in Domestic Judgments in New Democracies

Taras Pashuk

The Right of Appeal against a Decision on Disciplinary Liability of a Judge

Julia Kapelańska-Pręgowska

Primus inter pares? In Search of ‘Fundamental’ Human Rights

J. Shadi Elserafy

The Smuggling of Migrants across the Mediterranean Sea Human Rights Practice Review

Albania, the Russian Federation, Ukraine

East European Yearbook on Human Rights (EEYHR)

Human Rights Literature Review

Estonia, Hungary

Mart Susi (editor-in-chief), Vesna Crnić-Grotić, Michał Balcerzak and Tiina Pajuste (assistant-editor) The East European Yearbook on Human Rights is a new peer-reviewed legal journal, focusing on the human rights discourse in Eastern Europe, and positioning this in the broader context of worldwide problems and developments in the area of human rights. Eastern European states have all undergone a transition from state socialism to liberal democracy. While the problems of transition vary from country to country, there are also joint concerns. The journal provides a platform to share both common and disparate experiences in relation to human rights. The journal is a valuable source of insight for scholars conducting research into other transitional situations. Though some aspects of the Eastern European transition are unique to the region, other aspects of transitions are universal.

ISSN: 2210-2671 open access journal Please visit: www.elevenjournals.com/elr

Erasmus Law Review

Volume 12 | issue x | January 2019

Erasmus Law Review (ELR) Kristin Henrard (Editor-in-Chief), Harold Koster, Xandra Kramer, Peter Mascini, Lana Said (Managing-Editor), Harriet Schelhaas en Frank Weerman

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 its 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.

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ISSN: 1877-9107 print and online: € 144.00 online: € 106.00

European Employment Law Cases 2019 | 4 UK

Industrial action injunction refused where trade unions were seeking parity of treatment

BELGIUM

Provisions on minimum salary based on work experience constitute age discrimination, even if they are not relevant

AUSTRIA

Transfer of undertakings does not include temporary agency workers

SWITZERLAND

Equal pay principle: new measures to reduce the gender pay gap, the example of Switzerland

European Employment Law Cases (EELC) James Davies, Zef Even (General Editor), Ruben Houweling (General Editor Academic Board), Effie Mitsopoulou, Luca Ratti, Paul Schreiner, Andreea Suciu, Jan-Pieter Vos and Amber Zwanenburg

European Employment Law Cases (EELC) publishes mainly “case reports” and summaries of recent relevant judgments by the Court of Justice EU. The case reports are English language summaries of recent judgments by courts all over Europe on issues that can be relevant to practitioners of employment law, with commentaries both by the author and by lawyers from other countries. Some examples of the topics covered: transfer of undertakings, discrimination (gender, age, disability, religion, etc.), working hours, maternity protection, fixed-term contracts, collective redundancies, privacy, paid leave, information and consultation, temporary agency work, free movement. It can help your clients, reputation and court cases if you know what the courts in other countries are doing.

ISSN: 1877-9107

Also available

EELC Updates: € 235.00

EELC updates

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ISSN: 1387-2370 print and online: € 336.00 online: € 240.00

european journal of law reform

print and online (institutional): € 386.00 online (institutional): € 290.00

volume 22 2020 issue 1

European Journal of Law Reform (EJLR) Prof. Dr. Katharina Boele-Woelki, Prof. Dr. Frank Emmert, Dr. Christiana Fountoulakis, Prof. Dr. Ingeborg Schwenzer, Dr. Constantin Stefanou and Prof. Helen Xanthaki

The key purpose of the European Journal of Law Reform is to respond to the 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. 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, and is a leading journal on law reform in the world.

ISSN: 2352-5002 print and online: € 114.00 online: € 86.00 print and online (institutional): € 282.00 online (institutional): € 212.00

International Journal

of Online Dispute Resolution

volume 6 2019 issue 2

International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution (IJODR) Daniel Rainey, Ethan Katsh and Mohamed Abdel Wahab (Editors-in-Chief)

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.

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ISSN: 2589-9929 print and online: € 84.00 online: € 60.00 print and online (institutional): € 260.00 online (institutional): € 195.00

Politics of the Low Countries (PLC)

Politics of the Low Countries

Stefanie Beyens, Katja Biedenkopf, Nicolas Bouteca, Brenda Van Coppenolle, Silvia Erzeel, Christophe Lesschaeve, Maurits Meijers, Julien van Ostaaijen, Daphne van der Pas, Min Reuchamps and Peter Thijssen

Volume 1 | 2019 | nr. 3

Politics of the Low Countries (PLC) provides scientific insights in Belgian and Dutch politics. It is the official journal of the Flemish (VPW) and Francophone (ABSP) political science associations in cooperation with the Dutch Political Science Association (NKWP). The journal publishes blind peer reviewed research articles from a wide variety of methodological perspectives and on a broad range of topics such as political behaviour, political parties, political communication, parliamentary studies, public administration, political philosophy and even EU- and international politics. PLC’s comprehensive scope, embracing all the major political developments in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, makes it essential reading for both political practitioners and academics. Res Publica: The 2005-2018 issues of Res Publica, the predecessor of PLC, are now online available for subscribers to Politics of the Low Countries.

print and online: € 83.00 online: € 63.00 print and online (institutional): € 261.00 online (institutional): € 196.00

The International Journal of Restorative Justice

2019 vol. 2(3)

ISSN: 2589-0891

The International Journal of Restorative Justice (TIJRJ) Ivo Aertsen (Editor-in-Chief), Estelle Zinsstag (Managing Editor), Fernanda Fonseca Rosenblatt (Book-Review Editor), Albert Dzur, Stephan Parmentier and Lode Walgrave

The International Journal of Restorative Justice (TIJRJ) is an academic peer-reviewed journal about restorative justice. Articles are written by experts featuring original and current research on theoretical, practice and policy developments, debates about practices, models or recent innovations, book reviews and ‘Conversations’ with prominent figures known globally for their contributions to the field. The journal’s aim is to contribute to the development of restorative justice by discussing its diverse, challenging and innovative facets, as well as to encourage fruitful discussions and debates. TIJRJ will appeal to academics and researchers, to practitioners and policy-makers, and to those who want to keep up to date with the rapid changes in the field of restorative justice.

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Forthcoming publications


2020 Q2 A Critical Approach to Police Science

Veronika Nagy and Klára Kerezsi (Eds.) Category: Criminal Law and Criminology ISBN: 978-94-6236-887-3 | eISBN: 978-94-6274-957-3

Cases and Materials EU Law

M.K. Shahid and René Repasi Category: European and International Law ISBN: 978-94-6236-132-4

Concurrence in European Private Law

Overlap, Interaction, Conflict Ruben de Graaff Category: European and International Law Series: E.M. Meijers Institute for Scientific Legal Research ISBN: 978-94-6236-134-8 | eISBN: 978-90-5454-684-9

Critical Essays on Human Rights Criticism

Andras Sajo and Renáta Uitz (Eds.) Category: Constitutional Law and Human Rights Series: Issues in Constitutional Law ISBN: 978-94-6236-123-2 | eISBN: 978-90-5454-526-2 350 pp.

Cross-border Access to Electronic Evidence

Improving Indonesian Law and Practice in Investigating Cybercrime Josua Sitompul Category: Criminal Law and Criminology Series: Maastricht Law Series ISBN: 978-94-6236-133-1 | eISBN: 978-90-5454-680-1 352 pp.

Environmental Procedural Rights in Africa

With Specific Reference to South Africa and Uganda Peter Davis Mutesasira Category: Law (general) Series: Humanity, Earth and Law in the Third Millennium ISBN: 978-94-6236-126-3 | eISBN: 978-94-9094-700-2 432 pp.

EU Competition Law and the Digital Economy: Protecting Free and Fair Competition in an Age of Technological (R)evolution The XXIX FIDE Congress in The Hague, 2020 Congress Publications, Vol. 3 Daniel Mândrescu (Ed.) Category: European and International Law ISBN: 978-94-6236-130-0 Book: € 50.00

Insider Guarantees in Corporate Finance

Aart Jonkers Category: Business, Commercial and Financial Law Series: European and International Insolvency Law Studies ISBN: 978-90-7759-600-5 | eISBN: 978-94-6094-852-7 400 pp.

Longer than Life

How the ICTY Strengthened the Rule of Law in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia Hannah Brodersen Category: Constitutional Law and Human Rights ISBN: 978-94-6236-127-0 | eISBN: 978-90-5454-362-6

Mass Atrocities in Africa and Transitional Justice Babafemi Akinrinade Category: Constitutional Law and Human Rights ISBN: 978-94-6236-923-8

National Courts and the Enforcement of EU Law: The Pivotal Role of National Courts in the EU Legal Order The XXIX FIDE Congress in The Hague, 2020 Congress Publications, Vol. 1 Marleen Botman and Jurian Langer (Eds.) Category: European and International Law ISBN: 978-94-6236-128-7 Book € 50.00

Negotiating International Commercial Contracts: Practical Exercises Gustavo Moser and Michael Mcllwrath Category: Business, Commercial and Financial Law ISBN: 978-94-9094-709-5 140 pp.

Raising Moral Barriers

An empirical study on the Dutch approach to outlaw motorcycle gangs Teun van Ruitenburg Category: Criminal Law and Criminology ISBN: 978-94-6236-119-5 | eISBN: 978-94-6094-713-1 402 pp. | book € 79.00

South Asian Constitutional Systems

Series: Comparative Public Law Treatise Domenico Amirante, Pasquale Viola, Maddalena Zinzi, Carmine Petteruti and Luigi Colella Category: Constitutional Law and Human Rights ISBN: 978-94-9094-715-6 | eISBN: 978-90-5454-659-7 250 pp.

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The New EU Data Protection Regime: Setting Global Standards for the Right to Personal Data Protection

Excess of Powers in International Commercial Arbitration

The Transfer of Prisoners in the European Union

Law of the European Union

The XXIX FIDE Congress in The Hague, 2020 Congress Publications, Vol. 2 Jorrit J. Rijpma (Ed.) Category: European and International Law ISBN: 978-94-6236-129-4 Book € 50.00

Challenges and Prospects in the Implementation of Framework Decision 2008/909/JHA Stefano Montaldo (Ed.) Category: Criminal Law and Criminology Series: Giappichelli co-publications ISBN: 978-94-6236-997-9 Open Access

2020 Q3 Cases and Materials International Law L. Said and M.K. Shahid Category: European and International Law ISBN: 978-94-6290-742-3 Book € 30.00

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Compliance with the Arbitral Tribunal's Mandate in a Comparative Perspective Piotr Wilinski Category: Business, Commercial and Financial Law ISBN: 978-94-6236-991-7 | eISBN: 978-94-6094-512-0 635 pp. | book € 105.00 F. Amtenbrink and H.H.B. Vedder Category: European and International Law ISBN: 978-94-6236-928-3 640 pp. | book € 61.00

2020 Q4 Research Methods for Empirical Legal Studies: An Introduction C.C.J.H. Bijleveld Category: Law (general) ISBN: 978-94-6236-938-2 Book € 31.00


Index A Concise Introduction to International Law 22 A Critical Approach to Police Science 41 African Journal of International Criminal Justice (AJICJ) 35 Analysis Techniques for non-Experimental Data: An Introduction 32 Aviation Cybersecurity: Regulatory Approach in the European Union 4

EU Competition Law and the Digital Economy: Protecting Free and Fair Competition in an Age of Technological (R)evolution 41 European Employment Law Cases (EELC) 37 European Integration: A Theme 23 European Journal of Law Reform (EJLR) 38 Excess of Powers in International Commercial Arbitration 42

Building Blocks for the Development of an International Framework for the Governance of Space Resource Activities 3 Building Bridges 17

Family Law and Family Realities 25 Five Uneasy Pieces 23

Cases and Materials EU Law 41 Cases and Materials International and European Union Law 32 Cases and Materials International Law 42 Collected Cases on EU Labour Law 32 Comparative Constitutional Law Documents 32 Concurrence in European Private Law 41 Conflicts and International Crimes: An Introduction to Research Methods 17 Constructing and organising crime in Europe 18 Contemporary Issues in International Law 22 Corporate Mediation Journal (CMJ) 35 Corporate Religious Freedom and the Rights of Others 10 Critical Essays on Human Rights Criticism 41 Cross-border Access to Electronic Evidence 41 Cross-Border Employment and Social Rights in the EU Road Transport Sector 24 CSR for young business lawyers 33 Detection, Detention, Deportation 19 Devolution and Decentralisation in Social Security 25 Doing a systematic literature review in legal scholarship 33 Dynamics of Solidarity 11 East European Yearbook on Human Rights (EEYHR) 36 EELC updates 37 Enforced performance of commercial sales contracts in the Netherlands, Singapore and China 7 English Legal Terminology 33 Environmental Procedural Rights in Africa 41 Erasmus Law Review (ELR) 36

Houses, Homes and the Law 26 Human Rights in the 21st Century 11 Human Rights of Asylum Seekers in Italy and Hungary 12 Hungarian Yearbook of International and European Law 2019 21 IISL Proceedings Online 5 Implementing and Enforcing EU Criminal Law 16 Insider Guarantees in Corporate Finance 41 Inside the Behavioural State 31 Insurance Aspects of Cross-Border Road Traffic Accidents 24 International Business Courts 6 International Civil Aviation 4 International Criminal Investigations 19 International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution (IJODR) 38 It is all about Integrity, Stupid 31 Judicial Dialogue 12 Justiciability of Political Questions in South Africa 8 Law Enforcement in Digital Society 33 Law of the European Union 42 Law, Science, Rationality 23 Longer than Life 41 Marital Captivity 13 Mass Atrocities in Africa and Transitional Justice 41 Ministers of Justice in Comparative Perspective 13 Models for Mediation 26 National Courts and the Enforcement of EU Law: The Pivotal Role of National Courts in the EU Legal Order 41

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National-Level Adoption of International Standards on Expropriation, Compensation and Resettlement 27 Negotiating International Commercial Contracts: Practical Exercises 41 Network Corruption: When Social Capital Becomes Corrupted 20 New Perspectives on Acquisitive Prescription 27 On the European Court of Human Rights 14 Politics of the Low Countries (PLC) 39 Proactive and Powerful 28 Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2018 5 Raising Moral Barriers 41 Research Methods for Empirical Legal Studies: An Introduction 42 Smart Hybridity 30 South Asian Constitutional Systems 41 Space Law: Basic Legal Documents 3 Sustainability and Private Law 23

The 800-pound Gorilla: Limits to Group Structures and Asset Partitioning in Insolvency 7 The American Presidency under Trump 10 The Constitutional Systems of Central-Eastern, Baltic and Balkan Europe 9 The Constitutional Systems of East Asia 9 The Creative Carpenter 18 The European Arrest Warrant and In Absentia Judgments 23 The International Journal of Restorative Justice (TIJRJ) 39 The New EU Data Protection Regime: Setting Global Standards for the Right to Personal Data Protection 42 The Praxis of Justice 20 The “Private” in Private International Law 28 The Role of Courts in Contemporary Legal Orders 14 The Transfer of Prisoners in the European Union 42 The Transnational Illegal Adoption Market 29 The value of the Oath 29 The World Community between Hegemony and Constitutionalism 15 Women and Minority Rights Law in Africa 15

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