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Seminar: Regulatory Theory

Regulation and governance have become cross-cutting themes in law and the social sciences. Empirically we see an explosion of non-state regulatory networks; supermarkets impose standards on farmers in...

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Working group: International Economic Law and Policy WG Inaugural Lecture: Competitive Balance and the EU-UK TCA - A New Mission for Trade Liberalisation?

Competitive Balance and the EU-UK TCA – A New Mission for Trade Liberalisation?Presentation by Damian Chalmers, Vice Dean and Professor, Faculty of Law, University of SingaporeMonday, 1st February, 11...

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Working group: Diplomatic/International History Working Group: What news on the Rialto? Diplomacy and Spaces of Information Gathering | Discussion Session

Diplomatic activities did not happen in a social vacuum. People involved in them were not only governmental officials and often met in different locations under various circumstances. Following up on ...

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Seminar: Political Culture

Nomothetic accounts of politics have postulated a deductive framework to explain political behavior, in principle applicable across space and over time. In this framework, self-interest is the driving...

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Seminar: Law and Technology

Discussions over law and technology are all the rage as a new wave of digital innovations like artificial intelligence ( AI ), block chain, augmented reality and robotics are developed and deployed in...

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Roundtable: MWP Book Roundtable with Prof. Katharina Pistor (Columbia Law School) - The Code of Capital: How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality

Online event (via Zoom)Book abstract:In this revealing book, Katharina Pistor argues that the law selectively codes certain assets, endowing them with the capacity to protect and produce private wea...

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