Working Paper Series

2014 Spring Issue

01/2014  'Bureaucratic 'Criminal' Law: Too Much of a Bad Thing?' Jeremy Horder

02/2014  'Novartis v Union of India and the Person Skilled in the Art: A Missed Opportunity' by Sivaramjani Thambisetty

03/2014  'Intermediated Securities and Legal Certainty' by Eva Micheler

04/2014  'The Constitution of the Conflict of Laws' by Jacco Bomhoff

05/2014  'Determinants of Corporate Governance Codes' by Carsten Gerner-Beuerle

06/2014  'The Costs of Separation: Friction between Company and Insolvency Law in the Single Market' by Carsten Gerner-Beuerle and Edmund-Philipp Schuster

07/2014  'Imprisoning the Mentally Disordered: A Manifest Injustice?' by Jill Peay

08/2014  'Politicising Europe's Justice Deficit: Some Preliminaries' by Michael Wilkinson

09/2014  'Theorising International Environmental Law' by Stephen Humphreys and Yoriko Otomo

10/2014  'The Struggle for Legal Reform after Communism' by Jan Komárek  

11/2014  'Law after Lehmans' by Joanne P. Braithwaite


2013 Winter Issue

20-2013  'Why Patent Law Doesn't Do Innovation Policy' by Sivaramjani Thambisetty

21-2013 'Special Resolution Regimes for Banking Institutions: Objectives and Limitations' by Christos Hadjiemmanuil  

22-2013 'Balancing Constitutional Rights: Introduction' by Jacco Bomhoff  

23-2013 'Towards a Critique of the Vulnerable Subject: Pashukanis and Public Protection' by Peter Ramsay

24-2013 'Seeing, Knowing, and Regulating Financial Markets: Moving the Cognitive Framework from the Economic to the Social' by Julia Black  



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