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Legal Philosophy | Legal Theory | Legal Policy | Sociology of Law

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Commercial Law

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Copyright Law | Intellectual Property Law | Media Law

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Criminal Law

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n Law International Law | Comparative Law | Public International Law Schriften zur Europäischen Integration und Internationalen wirtschaftsordnung

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Rainer Hofmann/Stephan w. Schill/Christian J. Tams (eds)

Preferential Trade and Investment agreements From Recalibration to Reintegration

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Preferential Trade and Investment Agreements From Recalibration to Reintegration Edited by Rainer Hofmann, Stephan Schill and Christian J. Tams 2013, 359 pp., pb., € 94.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0832-1

(Schriften zur Europäischen Integration und Internationalen Wirtschaftsordnung, vol. 31) International investment law no longer exclusively consists of self-standing investment protection treaties, but increasingly comprises preferential trade and investment agreements (PTIAs) that integrate rules on investment and trade. This book explores the impact of this new form of investment agreement on international investment relations.

Turkey and the International Criminal Court

This volume assesses topical and highly-debated issues of EU international investment policy in the wake of the Lisbon Treaty, including the role of Member States with regard to future EU investment agreements, investor-state dispute settlement and national investment insurance systems.

Rechtsvergleichende Untersuchung des Verbraucherinformationsrechts In Deutschland, Belgien, Dänemark, Frankreich, Großbritannien, Irland, Schweden und den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika Band 2 Länderberichte Edited by Thomas Pfeiffer 2013, 434 pp., pb., € 109.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-6696-6 (Privatrecht – Wirtschaftsrecht – Verfahrens­ recht, vol. 4) How does consumer information legislation in Belgium, Denmark, France, UK, Ireland, Sweden, and USA differ from German legislation? This book presents a comparative legal analysis that was assigned to the editor by the German Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture, and Consumer Protection. Volume 2 covers country reports. Published in German and English.

A Substantive Criminal Law Analysis in the Context of the Principle of Complementarity

International Commercial Arbitration

By Ali Emrah Bozbayindir

Commentary

2013, 168 pp., pb., € 42.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0346-3

Edited by Nicole Conrad, Peter Münch and Jonathan Black-Branch

(Schriften zum Internationalen und Europäischen Strafrecht, vol. 5) The book offers a comparative perspective with regard to Turkey’s approach towards the International Criminal Court, and a critical analysis of the Turkish substantive criminal law in respect of the principle of complementarity.

EU and Investment Agreements Open Questions and Remaining Challenges Edited by Marc Bungenberg, August Reinisch and Christian Tietje 2013, 200 pp., pb., € 59.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0250-3 (Studien zum Internationalen Investitionsrecht, vol. 7)

Standard Clauses and Forms

2013, 913 pp., hc., € 320.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0145-2 Providing a full range of clauses, forms and documents needed from the beginning of arbitral proceedings right through the issuing of the arbitral award, the handbook is an indispensable working tool for practitioners. It contains insightful commentaries and offers insider information and know-how regarding arbitration in specific countries, including the Asian countries which are becoming important players in the field of international arbitration. 

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Corporate Internal Investigations

Court of Justice of the EU

– Overview of 13 jurisdictions –

– Commentary on Statute and Rules of Procedure –

Edited by Stephan Spehl and Thomas Gruetzner

By Bertrand P. Wägenbaur

2013, 454 pp., hc., € 189.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7388-9

2013, 921 pp., hc., € 199.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7272-1

This study on Corporate Internal Investigations gives an outline of recurring questions regarding internal investigations in thirteen different jurisdictions. The book is especially concerned with the requirements for the initiation of internal investigations and the legal boundaries of different investigative measures. In addition, different questions concerning data protection or employment laws, the conduct of interviews of employees and the penalty measures sanctioning misappropriate employee conduct are described.

This commentary takes account of the new Rules of Procedure of the Court of Justice of 25 September 2012; it comments upon European procedural rules, article by article, including the amendments to the Statute and the recast rules of procedure of the Court of Justice. It thus enables the reader to access easily any rule governing the procedure before the EU Courts.

Institutional Arbitration Article-by-Article Commentary Edited by Rolf A. Schütze 2013, 1.511 pp., hc., € 329.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7262-2 This book provides a comprehensive article-byarticle commentary of rules of arbitration of 14 important arbitration institutions: AAA | CIEDAC | DIAC | DIS | ICC | ICSID | KLRCA | LCIA | MKAS | SCC | SIAC | Swiss Rules | Uncitral Rules | Vienna Rules.

International Handbook on Unfair Competition Edited by Frauke Henning-Bodewig 2013, 653 pp., hc., € 239.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7265-3 The book discusses the “Acquis” in unfair competition law on an International and Regional level, as well as the national approach of more than 20 countries to the regulation of marketing and advertising, of protection for competitors against passing-off and discrediting, and of special rules for consumers etc. It not only offers insights to business and lawyers dealing abroad, but also forms the basis for the development of uniform standards worldwide regarding the commercial fairness of business practices.

New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards – Commentary – Edited by Reinmar Wolff 2013, 677 pp., hc., € 185.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7264-6 The 16 articles of the Convention are dealt with article-by-article, with a clear structure which swiftly guides the reader to the issue he or she is engaged with.

Fundamentals of Public International Financial Law International Banking Law within the system of Public International Financial Law By Christos Gortsos 2012, 315 pp., hc., € 79.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7180-9 (Schriften des Europa-Instituts der Universität des Saarlandes – Rechtswissenschaft, vol. 89) This study is an introduction to public international financial law, with particular emphasis on one of its branches, public international banking law. Its main objective is to analyse the four levels of the adoption and enforcement of public international financial law; to provide an overview of the main sources of this branch of public international economic law; and to analyse in more detail the provisions pertaining to the two main blocks of sources of public international banking law, including the ‘Basel III’ provisions.


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Regulatory Competition in Contract Law and Dispute Resolution Edited by Horst Eidenmüller 2013, 523 pp., hc., € 150.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7268-4 In many regions of the world and across various fields, law has become a product. Individuals and companies seek attractive legal regulations and countries advertise their legal wares globally as they compete for customers. In order to analyze this development and to develop policy recommendations with respect to contract law and dispute resolution a conference was held in October 2011. This book compiles revised versions of the various papers and comments produced for that conference.

REACH Best Practice Guide to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 concerning Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals Handbook Edited by Dieter Drohmann and Matthew Townsend 2013, 579 pp., hc., € 200.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7270-7 This handbook covers all the relevant issues from initial registration of chemical substances to the final enforcement of the obligations under the Regulation.

Towards a European Legal Culture Edited by Geneviève Helleringer and Kai Purnhagen 2013, approx. 500 pp., hc., € 179.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7195-3 Published approx. October 2013 The contributors to this book explore in different legal areas whether cultural pluralism can be considered a distinctive feature of European legal culture. Diversity is not something that is in opposition to, but rather constitutes a new, different understanding of European legal culture. The contributions demonstrate in detail how such an approach inter alia in the areas of

private, corporate, administrative and constitutional law furthers understanding of a developing European legal culture, how it offers theoretical and doctrinal insights, and how it adds critical perspective.

A Comparative Analysis of the Trans­formation of State/Social Property Privatization and Restitution in the PostCommunist Countries – Kosovo as a sui generis Case of Privatization By Haxhi Gashi 2013, approx. 243 pp., pb., € 64.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0726-3 (Schriftenreihe des Zentrums für Europäische Rechtspolitik der Universität Bremen (ZERP), vol. 66) Published approx. October 2013 Clearly structured, comprehensible in terms of objectives and conclusions, the book is easy to understand. It includes: contents, abbreviations, introduction and is divided into two parts, with a total of eight chapters. The reader can easily find the solutions for / the models of transformation of property in countries subject to analysis and answers to the raised questions based on the methodology of analysis that every country’s experience is discussed, analyzed and summarized separately as a case study. Short conclusions are developed for each chapter and the final conclusion reflects the whole work and results.

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In Cooperation with Konrad­Adenauer­Stiftung

Oliver C. Ruppel | Christian Roschmann | Katharina Ruppel-Schlichting

Climate Change: International Law and Global Governance Volume II: Policy, Diplomacy and Governance in a Changing Environment

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Climate Change: International Law and Global Governance Volume II: Policy, Diplomacy and Governance in a Changing Environment Edited by Oliver C. Ruppel, Christian Roschmann, and Katharina RuppelSchlichting

With a foreword by Hans-Gert Poettering 2013, 926 pp., hc., subscription offer € 138.00 (after 11/15/2013 € 168.00) ISBN 978-3-8329-7796-2 The two-volume publication is one of the first attempts to systematically address both international climate change law and global climate change governance. It deals with international law and the multiple regulatory regimes reflecting fragmentation in the absence of a universal climate change regime. International climate change law, global climate governance and diplomacy are interrelated and extremely complex: The publications explore these areas from a variety of doctrinal, transdisciplinary and thematic perspectives.

Climate Change: International Law and Global Governance Volume I: Legal Responses and Global Responsibility Edited by Oliver C. Ruppel, Christian Roschmann, and Katharina Ruppel-Schlichting With a foreword by Hans-Gert Poettering 2013, 1.016 pp., hc., subscription offer € 138.00 (after 11/15/2013 € 168.00), ISBN 978-3-8329-7797-9

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Der Beitritt der Europäischen Union zur EMRK The accession of the European Union to the ECHR L'adhésion de l'Union Européenne à la CEDH Die auswirkung auf den Schutz der Grundrechte in Europa The impact on the protection of fundamental rights in Europe L'impact sur la protection des droits fondamentaux en Europe

Der Beitritt der Europäischen Union zur EMRK – The Accession of the European Union to the ECHR – L’adhésion de l’Union Européenne à la CEDH

Die auswirkung auf den Schutz der Grundrechte in Europa – The impact on the protection of fundamental rights in Europe – L’impact sur la protection des droits fondamentaux en Europe Edited by Julia Iliopoulos-Strangas, Vasco Pereira da Silva, and Michael Potacs 2013, 315 pp., pb., € 59.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0620-4 (Societas Iuris Publici Europaei (SIPE), vol. 8) The multi-layered and complicated issues of the EU accession to the ECHR and its importance for the human rights protection in Europe were discussed intensively by experts from both a theoretical and practical background for two days in Lisbon. The present volume puts the revised editions of the presentations together with the contributions presented in the “Workshop of Junior Scholars”. Published in German, English, and French.

Current legal issues concerning tobacco regulation in Europe Edited by Eckhard Pache, Kyrill-A. Schwarz and Olaf Sosnitza 2013, 152 pp., pb., € 56.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0194-0 (IUS EUROPAEUM, vol. 55) The study addresses different aspects of current legal questions posed by the planned revision of the EU Tobacco Products Directive. The upcoming revision and the planned tightening up of the EU rules on the characteristics of tobacco products, placing restrictions on access to tobacco products, and increasing the deterrent effect of tobacco packaging design, clearly evoke numerous legal


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problems. Three essays draw on expert opinions provided originally by the editors for the British American Tobacco GmbH.

Synthesis and assessment of the public debate on the reform of the CAP after 2013 Edited by Cordula Rutz, Rainer Klump, Jörg Schramek and Winfried von Urff 2013, 98 pp., pb., € 28.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0172-8 (Schriften zur Europäischen Integration und Internationalen Wirtschaftsordnung, vol. 29) This publication offers a comparative analysis of the public debate on the reform of the EU Common Agricultural Policy after 2013 in ten European Member States. The study analyses the views of stakeholder groups, such as governments, farmers’ unions, scientists or environmental non-governmental organisations, on the reform proposals of the European Commission.

Das soft law der europäischen Organi­sationen – The Soft Law of European Organisations – La soft law des organi­sations européennes Edited by Julia Iliopoulos-Strangas and Jean-François Flauss † 2012, 427 pp., pb., € 74.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7558-6 (Societas Iuris Publici Europaei (SIPE), vol. 7) The term “soft law” is used for non-formal legally binding agreements, declarations of intent, or guidelines. The conference proceedings of the 7th Congress of Societas Iuris Publici Europaei (SIPE) discuss the complex and complicated questions of the term’s validity and scope within the realm of European organizations. Published in German, English, and French.

Locating Intersectional Discrimination Edited by Europäisches Trainings- und Forschungs­zentrum für Menschenrechte und Demokratie 2013, approx. 200 pp., pb., approx. € 49.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0203-9 Published approx. October 2013

Interdisciplinary research regarding the field of multiple discriminations is quite rare in German speaking countries. This compilation provides different perspectives on the topic, written by experts in social sciences, law and legal practice, together with a common analysis.

Constitutional Law Decisions of the Bundesverfassungsgericht – Federal Constitutional Court – Federal Republic of Germany Volume 5: Family-Related Decisions 1957-2010

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Decisions of the Bundesverfassungs­ gericht – Federal Constitutional Court – Federal Republic of Germany Volume 5: Family-Related Decisions 1957-2010

Edited by the Federal Constitutional Court 2013, 994 pp., hc, € 98.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-6851-9 The present volume adds important rulings on family-related issues, and hence introduces a further major field of German constitutional case law. The field encompasses many aspects of the (legal) relationships within marriage and the family, and ranges from questions on the conclusion of marriage, the law on maintenance, rights of custody, adoption and divorce, through to the right to know one’s parentage.

Transformation of Church and State Relations in Great Britain and Germany Edited by Christian Walter and Antje von Ungern-Sternberg 2013, 251 pp., pb., € 66.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7862-4 (Schriften zum Religions­recht, vol. 4) How do traditional church and state relations, developed within Christian legal orders, respond to Muslim immigration and religious diversification? The study concentrates on this question from a comparative perspective, focusing on Great Britain and Germany. The contributions of the collection cover aspects such as disestablishment,

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church autonomy, the legal protection of individuals, the status of religious communities and the influence of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Legal Philosophy | Legal Theory | Legal Policy | Sociology of Law Law, Science, Technology Plenary lectures presented at the 25th World Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Frankfurt am Main, 2011 ARSP Beiheft 136 Edited by Ulfrid Neumann, Klaus Günther and Lorenz Schulz 2013, 173 pp., pb., € 38.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0190-2

Although human dignity is an old principle in philosophy, the history of its legal form is relatively short. Since its first adoption in the preamble of the Irish Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights it has more and more proven to be a fundamental principle of law. The philosophers, lawyers and political scientists joint in this book discuss this assumption with respect to the legal form of dignity, its relation to values like freedom and autonomy, and analyze its implications for justice in difficult decisions. Because of the fundamental value of human dignity, comparative studies are intended to show its relevance in different legal orders and in international law.

Human Rights, Language and Law Proceedings of the 24th World Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Beijing, 2009. Volume II ARSP Beiheft Nr. 131 Edited by Thomas Bustamante and Oche Onazi 2013, 192 pp., pb., € 39.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7430-5

The dynamic development of science and technology in the last decades has led to new challenges in jurisprudence. This holds for individual fields of doctrinal law as well as the concerned fields of jurisprudence. It is especially significant for the structure of justice, the efficiency of law as a steering instrument of society, and the empirical conditions of legal responsibility. In a jurisprudential perspective, the philosophy of law is rather engaged with the adaptiveness of its traditional principles and categories or the capacity to come to terms with the new developments and less concerned with concrete matters of law.

The book comprises a selection of papers delivered at the 24th IVR World Congress, divided into four sections. The first, Human Rights and Justice in a Global Perspective, centres on the problems of the foundation of Human Rights and the legitimacy of Political Power. The second deals with Public Policy, Economics and Social Rights. In the section called Law, Language and Literature the focus is on the multiple ways in which Law can relate to language, discourses and literature. The fourth and final section analyses some of the recent Transformations in Legal Dogmatics and in Private Law.

Human Dignity as a Foundation of Law

Global Harmony and the Rule of Law

Proceedings of the Special Workshop held at the 24th World Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy in Beijing, 2009

Proceedings of the 24th World Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Beijing, 2009. Volume I

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By Thomas Bustamante and Oche Onazi

Edited by Winfried Brugger and Stephan Kirste

2012, 133 pp., pb., € 34.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7429-9

2013, 267 pp., pb., € 49.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0729-4

ARSP Beiheft Nr. 130

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address the challenge of the construction of a Global Ethics in the context of fragmented and pluralist societies, in which the idea of an Ethical Space seems to be an unachievable project, but also an indispensable device for cooperation between individuals, communities and states.

Commercial Law Kartell­ und Regulierungsrecht

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Standardessentielle Patente, FRaND-Verpflichtungen und Kartellrecht Standard Essential Patents, FRaND Commitments and Competition Law Eine analyse unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der deutschen ‚Orange-Book-Standard‘-Rechtsprechung an analysis under Particular Consideration of the German ‚Orange-Book-Standard‘-Decisions

Judicial Minimalism – For and Against Proceedings of the 9th Kobe Lectures. Tokyo, Nagoya, and Kyoto, June 2008 Nomos

ARSP Beiheft 132 Edited by Yasutomo Morigiwa and Hiroshide Takikawa 2012, 99 pp., pb., € 29.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0013-4 Ten commentators carefully examine Sunstein’s legal theory, especially his arguments for and against judicial minimalism. Sunstein himself replies to the comments by appealing to the notion of fallibility. This book attempts to evaluate the pros and cons of judicial minimalism as an important strategy for legal interpretation.

Civil Law Schriften zum Familien- und Erbrecht

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Makoto arai/Ulrich Becker/Volker Lipp (eds.)

adult Guardianship Law for the 21st Century Proceedings of the First world Congress on adult Guardianship Law 2010

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Adult Guardianship Law for the 21st Century Proceedings of the First World Congress on Adult Guardianship Law 2010

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Edited by Makoto Arai, Ulrich Becker, and Volker Lipp

2013, 335 pp., pb., € 89.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0359-3 (Schriften zum Familien- und Erbrecht, vol. 9) In our aging societies adult guardianship is increasingly important. The book describes the contemporary challenges to adult guardianship law and offers proposals for its reform.

Standardessen­ tielle Patente, FRAND-Verpflich­ tungen und Kartell­ recht. Standard Essential Patents, FRAND Commit­ ments and Compe­ tition Law

Eine Analyse unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der deutschen ‘Orange Book Standard’-Rechtsprechung. An Analysis under Particular Consideration of the German ‘Orange Book Standard’-Decisions By Torsten Körber 2013, 322 pp., pb., € 84.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0429-3 (Kartell- und Regulierungsrecht, vol. 6) This study takes up central questions raised by the current “patent wars” in the IT sector. The author assesses whether the filing of a cease and desist order by the holder of a standard essential patent (SEP) constitutes an abuse of power under Article 102 TFEU and clarifies the meaning of the FRAND measure and the Orange-Book-Standardtest in this context.

The United States Bayh-Dole Act and its Effect on University Technology Transfer By Joel Gotkin 2012, 74 pp., pb., € 21.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7706-1 (Munich Intellectual Property Law Center – MIPLC, vol. 18) This publication analyzes the U.S. Bayh-Dole Act from the perspective of United States technology transfer. The publication analyzes some supposed successes and shortfalls of the Act, comments on the future of the Act as it relates to technology transfer, and compares the U.S. technology transfer scheme to schemes from other countries.

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Magdalena Kolasa

The Scope and Limits of Protection for Distinctive Signs against the Community Design The application and Implications of art. 25 (1) (e) of the Community Designs Regulation

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The Scope and Limits of Protec­ tion for Distinctive Signs against the Community Design The Application and Implications of Art. 25 (1) (e) of the Community Designs Regulation

By Magdalena Kolasa 2012, 82 pp., pb., € 24.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7910-2 (Munich Intellectual Property Law Center – MIPLC, vol. 17) The study examines the practical application of Art. 25(1) (e) CDR – the ground for invalidation of a community design on the basis of infringement of a prior distinctive sign. This seemingly attractive provision results until to date in a relatively low number of successful invalidations. The author analyses its advantages, drawbacks and its hidden potential.

The Effects of Trademark Rights on the East African Common Market Concocting an Appropriate East African Community Trade Mark Model based on the European Trade Mark System By Niteleka Jacob Nichaenzi Jaconiah 2012, 276 pp., pb., € 72.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7700-9 (Munich Intellectual Property Law Center – MIPLC, vol. 16) This book addresses the interface between trademark rights and the principle of free movement of goods underlying the East African Community common market; it demarcates the extent to which common market principles should prevail over monopoly rights lawfully claimable based on the national systems of trademark protection and vice versa.

Contextual Brand Valuation From Fundamental Issues and Analysis of the State of the Art to a Systematic Integrated Approach to Brand and Intellectual Property (E)Valuation By Eva Riemann 2012, 304 pp., pb., € 79.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7637-8 (Munich Intellectual Property Law Center – MIPLC, vol. 15) This work deals with future-related strategic brand valuation. Value-related characteristics of all intellectual property (IP) in general as well as of brands in particular are set out. An overview of the legal dimensions of brand value and the introduction of a new methodology for IP valuation constitute further key aspects of the work.

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Conflicts of Jurisdiction in Criminal Matters in the European Union Volume I: National Reports and Comparative analysis

Conflicts of Juris­ diction in Criminal Matters in the Euro­ pean Union Volume I: National Reports and Comparative Analysis

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Edited by Martin Böse, Frank Meyer, and Anne Schneider

2013, 466 pp., pb., € 109.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7746-7 The study aims at developing a model for the prevention and settlement of conflicts of jurisdiction by comparing the law of ten different EU member states. It is based on the idea that conflicts of jurisdiction involve matters closely linked to substantive law as well as procedural issues, so that both aspects need to be addressed.

Referral of Cases from International to National Criminal Jurisdictions Transferring Cases from the ICTY and the ICTR to National Jurisdictions By Lena Lindemann 2013, 300 pp., pb., € 78.00


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Multilayered Representation in the European Union

Security Studies wiesner • Importing the american way of war?

The study deals with the so called “Completion Strategy” for the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia which enable these Tribunals to refer cases to national criminal jurisdictions. These referrals raise numerous questions regarding international law and criminal procedure law.

Militär und Sozialwissenschaften The Military and Social Research

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Importing the american way of war? Network-Centric warfare in the UK and Germany

Importing the American Way of War? Network-Centric Warfare in the UK and Germany By Ina Wiesner

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Parliaments, Courts and the Public Sphere Edited by Tatjana Evas, Ulrike Liebert and Christopher Lord 2012, 260 pp., pb., € 68.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7218-9 (Schriftenreihe des Zentrums für Europäische Rechts­politik der Universität Bremen (ZERP), vol. 64) The volume discusses critical questions about the alternative forms and conditions of “multilayered representation” that have emerged from the EU’s configuration as a novel kind of multilevel polity. It presents results from the five year long EU research project “Reconstituting democracy in Europe” (RECON).

State Entities in International Invest­ ment Law By Luca Schicho 2012, 249 pp., pb., € 59.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-6516-7 (Studien zum Internationalen Investitionsrecht, vol. 4) International arbitral tribunals increasingly deal with cases in which the conduct of State entities enjoying separate legal personality harmed foreign investors. The book discusses the attribution of conduct of such entities in international investment law. Their conduct is, opposed to the conduct of actual State organs, not automatically attributable to the State, but only when the requirements of a specific rule of attribution are met.

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2013, 164 pp., pb., € 34.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0496-5

(Militär und Sozialwissenschaften, vol. 48) This study takes a closer look at the adoption of the U.S. military concept of network-centric warfare (NCW) by the British and the German armed forces. The book uncovers striking variances in the adoption outcomes between the two cases and offers an institutionalist argument for explaining the diffusion dynamics of military innovations.

German Defence Politics Edited by Ina Wiesner 2013, 399 pp., pb., € 69.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0824-6 (Schriften der Akademie der Bundeswehr für Information und Kommunikation, vol. 30) Any attempt to fully comprehend German defence policy has to take on a perspective on politics. By focusing on institutions and processes within the field of German security and defence policy this book offers defence specialists as well as academics a comprehensive overview about the state of German defence today.

Global Environmental Change New Drivers for Resistance, Crime and Terrorism? By Achim Maas, Balázs Bodó, Clementine Burnley, Irina Comardicea and Roger Roffey 2013, 298 pp., pb., € 59.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-6894-6

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Global environmental change and the degradation of many natural resources continue unabated. At the same time, the dependence on these dwindling resources is ever increasing while the ability to alter and interfere with the environment is rapidly spreading. Although this knowledge could be used to improve sustainability, it may also be used for criminal and hostile purposes. This book brings together a range of leading scholars to investigate how environmental change and responses to it may drive unrest, fuel environmental crime and relate to terro­rism. The chapters examine these changes, their causes and consequences, and engage the reader in thinking about potential solutions.

Partners for Stability Involving Neighbors in Afghanistan’s Reconstruction – Transatlantic Approaches Edited by Henning Riecke and Kevin Francke 2013, 280 pp., pb., € 46.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-6447-4 (DGAP-Schriften zur Internationalen Politik) Afghanistan’s neighbors must become part of its reconstruction. Countries like Iran, Pakistan and China seek to position themselves in the conflictridden country. The allies in ISAF have no strategy how to win these neighbors as partners. Authors from the USA, Europe and Central Asia discuss this question in the edited volume at hand.

Economization versus Power Ambitions Rethinking Russia’s Policy towards Post-Soviet States Edited by Stefan Meister 2013, 154 pp., pb., 29,– € ISBN 978-3-8329-7645-3 (DGAP-Schriften zur Internationalen Politik) The failure of Russia’s integration policy towards its post-Soviet neighbors has its roots in the unattractiveness of the country’s domestic policy. The authors explore the interrelationships between Russian foreign and domestic policy, Russia’s policy towards Ukraine and Belarus, and its opportunities for cooperating with the EU within the common neighborhood.

Transcending Fratricide Political Mythologies, Reconciliations, and the Uncertain Future in the Former Yugoslavia Edited by Srda Pavlovic and Marko Živković 2013, 300 pp., pb., € 54.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0454-5 (Southeast European Integration Perspectives, vol. 9) The study elaborates on issues that are specific to the post-war situation in the former Yugoslavia. The most general question all the contributors are trying to answer is how to transcend the cleavages left by the Yugoslav fratricide. The central emphasis is on reconciliation and post-conflict resolution. Such focus is shaped by the understanding that the success of future integrative processes will depend on the ability and willingness of both the elites and the communities to initiate and complete the reconciliation.

Evolving Approaches to Regional Security Cooperation A Conceptual Analysis of Cooperative Security with Illustrations of Practices in East Asia By Shafiah F. Muhibat 2013, 171 pp., pb., € 34.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0325-8 (Demokratie, Sicherheit, Frieden, vol. 208) This study clarifies the concept of cooperative security as an approach to regional security cooperation, using two research methods: conceptual analysis and multiple case studies. With social constructivism as its main analytical tool, this book describes how the concept of cooperative security changes according to the dynamics that characterize the particular region where it is applied.

The Protection of Civilians in UN Peacekeeping Concept, Implementation and Practice Edited by Benjamin de Carvalho and Ole Jacob Sending 2013, 206 pp., pb., € 36.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-6531-0 (The United Nations and Global Change, vol. 7)


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The Protection of Civilians (PoC) has become the central concern of UN peacekeeping missions to the point of guiding many of the activities undertaken by peacekeepers. In this book the authors address how an emphasis on PoC has affected UN peacekeeping in practice by taking stock of the experience from peacekeeping missions throughout the African continent.

Security and Human Rights

Positioned at the interface between historical sociology, anthropology and social movement studies, the volume follows the (post-)Yugoslav anti-war protest cycle which unfolded throughout the 1990s. The author argues that the Yugoslav anti-war activism cannot be recovered without appreciating the inter- and intrarepublic cooperations and contestations, occurring in the context of Yugoslavia’s socialist experience.

Mining Companies between International Commitment and Corporate Practice

SHIRBRIG and the Project of a United Nations Army

By Tanja A. Börzel and Jana Hönke

Successes, Failures, Lessons Learned

2012, 48 pp., pb., € 19.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7740-5

By Joachim Koops and Christof Tatschl

(Schriften des Münchner Centrums für Governance-Forschung, vol. 7) This study investigates the security practices of multinational companies, to what extent these comply with voluntary human rights standards, such as the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights, and if so, if this solves problems of insecurity caused by the presence of these firms.

Resisting the Evil [Post-]Yugoslav Anti-War Contention Edited by Bojan Bilić and Vesna Jankovic 2012, 288 pp., pb., € 49.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7208-0 (Southeast European Integration Perspectives, vol. 7) The volume illuminates (post-)Yugoslav anti-war engagement as an important and up to now neglected aspect of the complex process of Yugoslavia’s dissolution. With its distinctly transnational approach, it recovers the relevance of various forms of civic organizing in former Yugoslavia for the anti-war contention which unfolded before, during and after the wars of Yugoslav succession.

We Were Gasping for Air [Post-]Yugoslav Anti-War Activism and Its Legacy By Bojan Bilić 2012, 224 pp., pb., € 39.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7806-8 (Southeast European Integration Perspectives, vol. 8)

2013, approx. 250 pp., pb., approx. € 39.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7761-0 (The United Nations and Global Change) Published approx. December 2013 This book provides a comprehensive analysis of SHIRBRIG’s activities, impact and limitations and places it in a wider historical and political context. It not only assesses the brigade’s operational and conceptual contributions to UN Peacekeeping and African Capacity-Building, but also provides an analysis of the reasons and political manoeuvrings behind SHIRBRIG’s closure.

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Elena Kulipanova

Regional cooperation, external actors and power relationships in Central asia The cases of the asian Development Bank and the EU

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Regional coopera­ tion, external actors and power relationships in Central Asia The cases of the Asian Development Bank and the EU By Elena Kulipanova

2013, 319 pp., pb., € 59.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0248-0 (Demokratie, Sicherheit, Frieden, vol. 207) Why have international organizations largely failed to promote cooperation in Central Asia? The study offers a theory driven analysis of the impact of external actors on regional cooperation by using the case studies of the ADB and the EU.

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It makes a contribution to understanding the opportunities and limits of external influence in this region.

Borders and Orders in Central Asia Transactions and Attitudes between Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan By Bernd Kuzmits 2013, 391 pp., pb., € 64.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0153-7 (Weltregionen im Wandel, vol. 15) The borders between Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are widely associated with drug traffic and instability. However, interactions are multifaceted at this intersection between Central and South Asia. What are the drivers of and constraints for transborder interactions? The author analyses this question based on intensive field research.

Indonesia’s Civil Society in the Age of Democratization NGO-Responses on the Issue of Labor Migration By Sylvia Yazid 2013, 279 pp., pb., € 49.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0697-6

with economically challenged Europe? This volume presents the latest empirically informed comparative insight into how key Asian players imagine and perceive the EU before and after the Lisbon Treaty – as well before and after the outbreak of the Euro debt crisis

Economic and Political Cooperation between Asia and Europe in the Age of Globalisation Edited by Harald Bergbauer and Young-Ryeol Park 2013, approx. 192 pp., pb., approx. € 34.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0115-5 Publishes approx. November 2013 This volume on the “Economic and Political Cooperation between Asia and Europe” contains twelve articles, written by Korean and German scientists, aiming at analyzing the political and economic situation of their countries as well as current patterns of cooperation between their respective Asian and European environments.

Regional Studies Entwicklungstheorie und Entwicklungspolitik

(Transformation, Development, and Regionalization in Greater Asia, vol. 11) This book investigates the work of two Indonesian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) concerned with Indonesian women migrant workers. In understanding NGOs’ responses to democratization and globalization in Indonesia, it critically assesses the efforts made by NGOs to significantly influence Indonesia’s policies on labor migration.

Europe and Asia: perceptions from afar By Martin Holland and Natalia Chaban 2013, approx. 200 pp., pb., approx. € 36.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0517-7 (Transformation, Development, and Regionalization in Greater Asia) Published approx. March 2014 Is the EU able and prepared to deal with emerging Asia? Is increasingly affluent Asia willing to engage

Frank Vollmer

Poverty Revisited The Capability approach Operationalized in Mozambique

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Poverty Revisited The Capability Approach Operationalized in Mozambique By Frank Vollmer 2013, 366 pp., pb., € 59.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0060-8 (Entwicklungstheorie und Entwicklungspolitik, vol. 12)

What is poverty? This book is dedicated to this question and discusses Amartya Sen’s “Capability Approach”. Sen’s notion of poverty as unfreedom is then applied to re-evaluate and estimate multi­ dimensional poverty in Mozambique.


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Private Security in Guatemala: Pathway to Its Proliferation By Otto Argueta 2013, 296 pp., pb., € 49.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0118-6 (Studien zu Lateinamerika, vol. 22) This book is a historical institutionalism study of private security in Guatemala. It analyses the trajectories of public security institutions and political processes to explain the emergence of commercial and non-commercial private security firms and organizations. It provides an analytical model based on historical empirical sources and interviews.

Linking Refugee Protection with Development Assistance Analyses with a Case Study in Uganda By Ulrike Krause 2013, 267 pp., pb., € 39.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0262-6 Linking refugee and development aid gains importance due to increased refugee waves in the global South. This study contains comprehensive analyses on historic and current trends leading into the elaboration of features necessary for the development-oriented refugee assistance. It includes a case study of a refugee camp in Uganda, complexities and challenges of aid are revealed.

Triangular Cooperation A guideline for working in practice Edited by Julia Langendorf, Nadine Piefer, Michèle Knodt, Ulrich Müller and Lena Lázaro Rüther 2012, 206 pp., pb., € 34.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7975-1 (Staatlichkeit und Governance in Transformation, vol. 4) Triangular cooperation is an interesting tool for development cooperation, linking North-South and South-South cooperation. However, there are still many open questions. In a joint approach of academia and practice, this publication gives answers and presents illustrative cases to discuss the different aspects of triangular cooperation in practice.

Political Sociology and Theory Studien zur Politischen Soziologie Studies on Political Sociology

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Citizenship and Identity in the Welfare State

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Citizenship and Identity in the Welfare State Edited by Andrzej Marcin Suszycki and Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski 2013, 191 pp., pb., € 34.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7061-1

(Studien zur Politischen Soziologie. Studies on Political Sociology, vol. 13) This volume deals with citizenship and identity in the context of the welfare state and collects contri­butions that scrutinise the conceptual aspects of the terms welfare citizenship and welfare identity; it analyses the relationship between the different forms of citizenship and the outcomes in welfare rights and examines the significance of a national or other identity for the development and maintenance of the welfare state.

Beyond Consensus Public Reason and the Role of Convergence By Enrico Zoffoli 2013, 249 pp., pb., € 46.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0506-1 (Studies in Political Theory, vol. 4) One of the core questions in modern political philosophy is: How is it possible to achieve a system of social cooperation that respects all as free and equal citizens? This book offers a fresh answer to this fundamental question.

Europe bottom-up How Eastern Germans and Poles frame the European Union By Nicola Bücker 2012, 326 pp., pb., € 54.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0012-7 (Studien zur Politischen Soziologie. Studies on Political Sociology, vol. 21) How do citizens rate the EU? The present study uses qualitative interviews with participants from different social milieus in Eastern Germany and

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Poland for answering this question. Taking a constructivist perspective and using the concept of frames, the study analyzes the interaction between national discourses and individual EU-perceptions in particular.

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OSCE Yearbook 2012 Yearbook on the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)

Direkte Demokratie unter Berück­ sichtigung der Kommunen der Weimarer Republik, überarbeiteter Nachdruck von Lee Seifert Greene: „Direct Legislation in Germany, Austria and Danzig“ Erfassung und Überarbeitung unter Mitarbeit von Bernhard Braun, DISUD an der TU Dresden, Felix Lehmann, DISUD an der TU Dresden und Jörn Zylla, DISUD an der TU Dresden Edited by Jörg-Detlef Kühne, Peter Neumann and Christopher Schmidt 2012, 219 pp., pb., € 44.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0037-0 (Studien zur Sachunmittelbaren Demokratie, vol. 10) This volume is a reprint of a study published in English in 1934 dealing with democracy in Germany at that time. Its scientific significance remains – judged from today’s perspective – due to the thorough assessment and description of direct legislation in local units in Germany, Austria and Danzig of the 1930s. At that time such scientific research was already common in the USA but has not been pursued by scholars in Germany for over 60 years.

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OSCE Yearbook 2012 Yearbook on the Organi­ zation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Edited by the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg / IFSH 2013, 482 pp., hc., € 79.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0242-8

Responsibilities and activities of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe: from conflict prevention and crisis management via the promotion of democracy and human rights to arms control – analysis and reports on political and diplomatic practice.

Language Rights and Duties in the Evolution of Public Law By Giovanni Poggeschi 2013, 286 pp., pb., € 54.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0785-0 (Schriftenreihe der Europäischen Akademie Bozen, Bereich »Minderheiten und Autonomien«, vol. 23) The book covers the most relevant examples of language regulations all over the world. It focuses on the juridical aspect of language rights and duties, and it develops its analysis stressing on the existence of three different types of language rights and duties, which respectively refer to the majority, the national minorities and the foreigners.

Organised Crime Dark Sides of Globalisation Edited by Caroline Y. Robertson-von Trotha In collaboration with Silke Flörchinger 2012, 160 pp., pb., € 24.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-5818-3 (Kulturwissenschaft interdisziplinär, vol. 8) In the course of globalisation, organised crime has developed into a transnational phenomenon that increasingly poses a challenge to national judicial


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systems and democracies. This volume presents the multifaceted characteristics of organised crime and the extent of corruption from a sociological, economic, criminological, and judicial perspective.

n E uropean Studies Studies on the European Union | 8

Zelal Basak Kizilkan-Kisacik

Beyond the Merely Feasible

Europeanization of Minority Norms in Turkey

Transnational Women’s Movements’ Politics Today Edited by Uta Ruppert, Andrea Jung and Beatrix Schwarzer 2013, approx. 250 pp., pb., approx. € 34.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-3859-8 (Feminist and Critical Political Economy, vol. 2) Published approx. December 2013 This book makes an original contribution to the debate on transnational women’s movements. Internationally renowned experts from the South and the West, discuss crucial questions about their campaign for global justice and the challenges these movements face. The volume introduces new analytical approaches that best address the politics of these movements in the post-Beijing+10 period.

Toward ecological connectivity protection in multi-layered systems

Europeanization of Minority Norms in Turkey By Zelal Basak KizilkanKisacik 2013, 264 pp., pb., € 44.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7886-0

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The EU has put particular minority conditions for the accession of the candidate countries. It has used membership incentive to promote minority norms. The study is centered on the EU’s norms and conditionality as main variables. It aims to find out whether conditionality or normatively induced factors explain continuity and change concerning minority protection in Turkey.

Where Economists and Diplomats meet A Neo-institutionalist Analysis of the External Representation(s) of the Euro Area By Tobias Kunstein

Edited by Mariachiara Alberton

2013, 281 pp., pb., € 49.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0364-7

2013, approx. 300 pp., pb., approx. € 56.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0789-8

(Studies on the European Union, vol. 9)

(Schriftenreihe der Europäischen Akademie Bozen, Bereich »Minderheiten und Autonomien«) Published approx. December 2013 The book aims at investigating the legal and policy instruments which directly or indirectly affect biodiversity protection and ecological connectivity at international, EU, regional, national and subnational levels. In particular, the analysis identifies the legal and strategic acts that support the maintenance or further improvement of ecological connectivity and the protection of habitats and species.

The book offers a comprehensive and systematic analysis of the euro area’s external representation at the international level, covering potential and real-world developments from the early 1990s to 2011. It extends the state of the art in European integration research with insights into a domain at the interface between economics and foreign policy.

Is there a European Common Good? Edited by Sonja Puntscher Riekmann, Alexander Somek and Doris Wydra 2013, 275 pp., pb., € 44.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7976-8 (Salzburg European Union Studies, vol. 1) Is there a European Common Good? The common good and how it can be pursued is a contested

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question. The publication reflects the struggle of defining the common good within the European Union from different disciplinary perspectives. The contributions explore the potential for a systematic approach to a European understanding of a common good.

has always been a key characteristic of the Netherlands. Today, the two countries are “most similar cases”. But, they still differ with respect to getting along with societal heterogeneity and economic challenges.

The EU as a Political Actor

Civil Society and Innovative Public Administration

The Analysis of Four Dimensions of the EU’s Actorness

Edited by Matthias Freise, Friedrich Paulsen and Andrea Walter

Edited by Petr Kratochvíl

2013, approx. 275 pp., pb. approx. € 44.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0244-2

2013, 199 pp., pb., € 34.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7223-3 The volume illustrates the relevance of the EU as an international player by means of four dimensions: recognition, attractiveness, legitimation and framing. Interdisciplinary contributions highlight the theoretical and empirical aspects of the issue.

From Friends to Collaborators A Constructivist Analysis of Changes in ItaloGerman relations with the End of the Cold War

(European Civil Society) Published approx. October 2013 What is the role and potential of organized civil society for a more democratic and legitimate reform-perspective on public administration? The chapters of the edited volume focus on this question by bringing together the perspectives of efficient and effective output orientation, management of relationships and input-legitimacy.

By Dörte Dinger

Policy Laboratories of the Federal State?

2013, 377 pp., pb., € 59.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7752-8

The Role of Intergovernmental Cooperation in Health Policy Diffusion in Switzerland

(Internationale Beziehungen, vol. 19)

By Katharina Füglister

Italy and Germany’s relations undergo a structural estrangement since the end of the cold war. This book provides a sound analysis of these changes. Studying bilateral relations from a constructivist perspective, empirically rich case comparisons show how group identities of ‘friends’ have become challenged by the pragmatic individualism of ‘collaborators’.

2012, 231 pp., pb., € 44.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7883-9

Civil Societies Compared: Germany and the Netherlands Edited by Annette Zimmer 2013, 345 pp., pb., € 54.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7494-7 (European Civil Society, vol. 13) Civil society serves as the starting point to shed light on the topic of how societies cope with risks and challenges. Unlike in Germany, pragmatism

(Politik und Demokratie in den kleineren Ländern Europas | Politics and Governance in the Smaller European Democracies, vol. 6) According to states-as-policy-laboratories metaphor, federalism promotes policy learning. However, how do policies diffuse, and how is policy relevant information disseminated? Analyzing interdependencies between health policy-makers in Switzerland, the author shows how intergovernmental networks channel the way in which policy makers learn from another.


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Poland’s EU­Council Presidency Under Evaluation Navigating Europe Through Stormy waters Edited by Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski, Thomas Mehlhausen and Monika Sus 2013, approx. 180 pp., pb., approx. € 32.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0305-0

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Airy Curtains in the European Ether

Broadcasting and the Cold War

(German and European Studies of the Willy Brandt Center at the Wroclaw University, vol. 1) Published approx. December 2013 The volume explores the Polish EU Council Presidency in the context of the changes introduced by the Lisbon Treaty. It covers issues including Eastern Partnership, Energy and climate Policy, Common Foreign and Security Policy, the EU enlargement process and the negotiation of the Multiannual Financial Framework 2014–2020.

The Formation of Coalitions in the European Union a comparative analysis of initiatives to influence European energy policy By Maren Kreutler 2013, approx. 250 pp., pb., approx. € 36.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0600-6 (Studies on the European Union) Published approx. November 2013 This book investigates why European associations form interest coalitions, which strategies these coalitions pursue to influence the EU institutions, and how persistent they are over time. In this context, questions concerning the transparency of European decision-making are approached. The field of European energy policy serves as empirical background.

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Airy Curtains in the European Ether Broadcasting and the Cold war Edited by Alexander Badenoch, Andreas Fickers and Christian Henrich-Franke 2013, 375 pp., pb., € 64.00

(Institut für Europäische Regionalforschungen – Institute for European Regional Research, vol. 15) This book emphasizes the important role of broadcasting as central actor in the creation of a transnational and European communication space during the period of the Cold War. Its methodological design links the study of the circulation and appropriation of cultural performances with awareness for the crucial role of broadcast technologies as mediators and catalysts of cultural transfers.

The Institutions and Dynamics of the European Community, 1973­83 By Johnny Laursen 2013, approx. 370 pp., pb., approx. € 69.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-6963-9 (Veröffentlichungen der Historiker-Verbindungsgruppe bei der Kommission der EG, vol. 14) Published approx. December 2013 Based on fresh archival research and interviews the volume offers a new look on the history of this distinct époque of European integration. Overall, the contributions take up a re-interpretation of the period as a period of crisis and stagnation and offer a discussion of the importance of the developments.

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The Caribbean Basin Initiative (CBI) 1981-2005

Relevance of International Experience in a Globalized World

From Reaganomics of Development to Free Trade

By Lutz Sommer

By Florian Pressler 2012, 322 pp., hc., € 59.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7057-4 (Historische Grundlagen der Moderne, vol. 7) In 1981 Ronald Reagan devised the CBI as an economic tool to project imperial power into Central America and the Caribbean. However as America lost competitiveness and came under economic siege by Asian rivals the program changed its character: It became an integral part of a fortress America built of trade agreements, which it helped to make more defensible.

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Values in Internal Marketing Living the Brand in Sustainable Banking

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Values in Internal Marketing Living the Brand in Sustainable Banking By Heinz Brodbeck 2013, 269 pp., pb., € 54.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0534-4 (Wettbewerb und Regu­ lierung von Märkten und

A new concept of the emergence and impact of value based employee behaviour – ‚Living the brand’ is researched from the perspective of the creation of sustainable competitive advantages in financial services. The book delivers recommendations for increasing brand value for Management, Marketing, HR, and for students and scholars.

2013, 167 pp., pb., € 29.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0370-8 In the context of international management, international experiences are generally underestimated as influencing factor in theory and practice. This study offers new insights in their significance for decision processes, suggests their integration in existing theories as well as gives reference for their implementation.

Local public choice: five essays on fiscal policy, interest rates, and elections By Florian Ade 2013, 182 pp., pb., € 39.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0226-8 (Neue Studien zur Politischen Ökonomie, vol. 11) How to design the rules of decision making? This book contributes to this discussion by empirically investigating economic, fiscal, and political effects of institutions at the municipal level, i.e. election scheme of the mayor: direct or through municipal council, incumbency advantages, divided government, council size, and yields in the credit market.

Selection of Public Servants into Politics An Economic Analysis of Its Causes and Consequences By Thomas Braendle 2013, approx. 166 pp., pb., approx. € 36.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0307-4 (Neue Studien zur Politischen Ökonomie, vol. 12) Published approx. December 2013 The strong representation of public servants in politics compromises the separation of powers. However, public servants also bring in first-hand public service expertise beneficial to legislating. This study is the first comprehensive attempt to analyze the institutional determinants and the consequences of the selection of public servants into politics.


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n Media ((( ABA ))) Audio Branding Academy Yearbook 2012/2013 Edited by Kai Bronner, Rainer Hirt and Cornelius Ringe 2013, 263 pp., pb., € 44.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7878-5 The Yearbook contains the proceedings of the Audio Branding Congress 2012 that took place at Oxford University. Included are impressive award case studies of brands like Nokia, Dell, Harrods and The Linde Group, contributions from the scientific Call for Papers, and a comprehensive documentation of the branch study Audio Branding Barometer 2012 among others.

The Governance of Large-Scale Projects Linking Citizens and the State Edited by Andrea Römmele and Henrik Schober 2013, 292 pp., pb., € 54.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7879-2 (Kommunikation in Politik und Wirtschaft, vol. 5) Large-scale projects are long-term, high-cost endeavors which involve a variety of stakeholders. Many citizens are increasingly concerned about the ends means, and they ask for recognition and participation. This book discusses the potential of civic involvement in large-scale projects from the areas of infrastructure, communication management and public administration.

Empowering Citizens Studies in Collaborative Democracy Edited by Andrea Römmele and Henning Banthien 2013, 182 pp., pb., € 34.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7919-5 (Kommunikation in Politik und Wirtschaft, vol. 6) Governments are increasingly challenged by citizens who demand for more than just classical representation through elections. Citizen move-

ments call for modes of continuous and issueoriented participation. This volume addresses the question to what extent new forms of citizen participation enhance democratic legitimacy and where the limits are.

Beyond the Market Myth A Research on the Dual Broadcasting System and its Inspirations for China’s Ongoing Television System Reform By Li Zeng 2013, approx. 270 pp., pb., € 49.00 ISBN 978-3-8487-0371-5 (Schriften zur Medienwirtschaft und zum Medienmanagement) Published approx. November 2013 Media, market, propaganda… Today Chinese television is carrying a dual role as official mouthpiece and cash cow. The author, nevertheless, discusses the possibility of restoring the gradually vanishing public remit in Chinese television by integrating the dual broadcasting system into the current reform scheme.

Communication and Media Policy in the Era of the Internet Theories and Processes Edited by Maria Löblich and Senta Pfaff-Rüdiger 2013, approx. 191 pp., pb., approx. € 39.00 ISBN 978-3-8329-7842-6 (Schriften des Münchner Centrums für Governance-Forschung, vol. 9) Published approx. November 2013 The contributions to this book approach communication and media policy in the era of the Internet from two perspectives: Theories and processes. Special attention is given, on the one hand, to the question of how communication policy-making is transformed due to technical evolution which is intertwined with social and economic developments. On the other hand, this book considers how these transformations can be studied and what insights are produced by distinct theoretical approaches.

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Ade, Florian 20 Alberton, Mariachiara 17 Arai, Makoto 9 Argueta, Otto 15

Gashi, Haxhi 5 Gortsos, Christos 4 Gotkin, Joel 9 Gruetzner, Thomas 4 Günther, Klaus 8

Maas, Achim 11 Mehlhausen, Thomas 19 Meister, Stefan 12 Meyer, Frank 10 Morigiwa, Yasutomo 9 Muhibat, Shafiah F. 12 Müller, Ulrich 15 Münch, Peter 3

Schicho, Luca 11 Schill, Stephan 3 Schmidt, Christopher 16 Schneider, Anne 10 Schober, Henrik 21 Schramek, Jörg 7 Schulz, Lorenz 8 Schütze, Rolf A. 4 Schwarzer, Beatrix 17 Schwarz, Kyrill-A. 6 Sending, Ole Jacob 12 Somek, Alexander 17 Sommer, Lutz 20 Sosnitza, Olaf 6 Spehl, Stephan 4 Sus, Monika 19 Suszycki, Andrzej Marcin 15

B Badenoch, Alexander 19 Banthien, Henning 21 Basak Kizilkan-Kisacik, Zelal 17 Becker, Ulrich 9 Bergbauer, Harald 14 Bilić, Bojan 13 Black-Branch, Jonathan 3 Bodó, Balázs 11 Börzel, Tanja A. 13 Böse, Martin 10 Bozbayindir, Ali Emrah 3 Braendle, Thomas 20 Brodbeck, Heinz 20 Bronner, Kai 21 Brugger, Winfried 8 Bücker, Nicola 15 Bungenberg, Marc 3 Burnley, Clementine 11 Bustamante, Thomas 8

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H Helleringer, Geneviève 5 Henning-Bodewig, Frauke 4 Henrich-Franke, Christian 19 Hirt, Rainer 21 Hofmann, Rainer 3 Holland, Martin 14 Hönke, Jana 13

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J Jaconiah, Niteleka Jacob Nichaenzi 10 Jankovic, Vesna 13 Jung, Andrea 17

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Eidenmüller, Horst 5 Europäisches Trainingsund Forschungszentrum für Menschenrechte und Demokratie 7 Evas, Tatjana 11

Karolewski, Ireneusz Pawel 15 Kirste, Stephan 8 Klump, Rainer 7 Knodt, Michèle 15 Kolasa, Magdalena 10 Koops, Joachim 13 Körber, Torsten 9 Kratochvíl, Petr 18 Krause, Ulrike 15 Kreutler, Maren 19 Kühne, Jörg-Detlef 16 Kulipanova, Elena 13 Kunstein, Tobias 17 Kuzmits, Bernd 14

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Carvalho, Benjamin de 12 Chaban, Natalia 14 Comardicea, Irina 11 Conrad, Nicole 3

D Dinger, Dörte 18 Drohmann, Dieter 5

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Federal Constitutional Court 7 Fickers, Andreas 19 Flauss, Jean-François 7 Francke, Kevin 12 Freise, Matthias 18 Füglister, Katharina 18

Langendorf, Julia 15 Laursen, Johnny 19 Lázaro Rüther, Lena 15 Liebert, Ulrike 11 Lindemann, Lena 10 Lipp, Volker 9 Löblich, Maria 21 Lord, Christopher 11

N Neumann, Peter 16 Neumann, Ulfrid 8

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Pache, Eckhard 6 Park, Young-Ryeol 14 Paulsen, Friedrich 18 Pavlovic, Srda 12 Pawel Karolewski, Ireneusz 19 Pereira da Silva, Vasco 6 Pfaff-Rüdiger, Senta 21 Pfeiffer, Thomas 3 Piefer, Nadine 15 Poggeschi, Giovanni 16 Potacs, Michael 6 Pressler, Florian 20 Puntscher Riekmann, Sonja 17 Purnhagen, Kai 5

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Reinisch, August 3 Riecke, Henning 12 Riemann, Eva 10 Ringe, Cornelius 21 Robertson-von Trotha, Caroline Y. 16 Roffey, Roger 11 Römmele, Andrea 21 Roschmann, Christian 6 Ruppel, Oliver C. 6 Ruppel-Schlichting, Katharina 6 Ruppert, Uta 17 Rutz, Cordula 7

T Takikawa, Hiroshide 9 Tams, Christian J. 3 Tatschl, Christof 13 Tietje, Christian 3 Townsend, Matthew 5

U Ungern-Sternberg, Antje von 7 Urff, Winfried von 7

V Vollmer, Frank 14

W Wägenbaur, Bertrand P. 4 Walter, Andrea 18 Walter, Christian 7 Wiesner, Ina 11 Wolff, Reinmar 4 Wydra, Doris 17

Y Yazid, Sylvia 14

Z Zeng, Li 21 Zimmer, Annette 18 Živković, Marko 12 Zoffoli, Enrico 15

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