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The WTO legal and dispute settlement systems in times of global governance crises

Author: PETERSMANN, Ernst-Ulrich
Year: 2020
Abstract: This contribution begins with an overview of current global governance crises (I). Due to the ‘perspectivism’, ‘bounded rationality’ and ‘conflicting…

Pandemics and human rights : three perspectives on human rights assessment of strategies against COVID-19

Authors: SCHEININ, Martin; MOLBÆK-STEENSIG, Helga
Year: 2021
Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge to human rights and human rights law globally. The epidemic itself as well as the measures enacted to…

That's an Order! : the orders of the CJEU and the effect of Article 99 RoP on judicial cooperation

Authors: SADL, Urska; NAURIN, Daniel; LÓPEZ ZURITA, Lucía; BREKKE, Stein Arne
Year: 2020
Abstract: The benefits of timely justice and rigorous judicial argument are impossible to overstate and hard to reconcile. In its struggle to deliver both, the…

Frontex actions : out of control? : the complexity of composite decision-making procedures

Author: TAS, Sarah Nicole
Year: 2020
Abstract: Frontex operations can have important consequences on an individual’s life, and they should consequently be subject to an efficient control in order…

COVID-19 and the social role of indicators : a preliminary assessment

Authors: NELKEN, David; SIEMS, Mathias; INFANTINO, Marta; GENICOT, Nathan; RESTREPO AMARILES, David; HARRINGTON, John A.
Year: 2020
Abstract: Indicators play a key role in the COVID-19 crisis. Infection and casualty rates are used as proxies for the spread and effect of the virus. There are…

Neo-liberal, state-capitalist and ordo-liberal conceptions of world trade : the rise and fall of the WTO dispute settlement system

Author: PETERSMANN, Ernst-Ulrich
Citation: Florence : European University Institute, 2020
Year: 2020
Abstract: This contribution begins with an overview of the historical evolution of international trade leading to, today, five competing conceptions of…

Freedom of contract on crossroads : the struggle over the concept of contract liberty in 20th century Poland

Author: GROCHOWSKI, Mateusz Fabian
Citation: Osteuropa-Recht, 2020, Vol. 66, No. 1, pp. 34-53
Year: 2020
Abstract: The text delves into the origins and theoretic premises of the concept of freedom of contract that developed in Poland throughout the 20th century.…

A proposal for a Kantian definition of terrorism : leading the world requires cosmopolitan ethos

Author: SCHEININ, Martin
Year: 2020
Abstract: This paper builds upon three streams of experience by its author: (a) one related to his six-year term as the first UN Special Rapporteur on human…
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