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Realising the Human Right to Water in Costa Rica through Social Movements
Local court reforms and ‘global’ law
A Reciprocal Turn in Criminal Justice? Shifting Conceptions of Legitimate Authority
Ferry de Jong
How the European Citizens’ Initiative ‘Water and Sanitation is a Human Right!’ Changed EU Discourse on Water Services Provision
Jerry van den Berge, Rutgerd Boelens, Jeroen Vos
The Erosion of Borderless Norden? Practices and Discourses on Nordic Border Restrictions in Finland and Sweden during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Saila Heinikoski, Tatu Hyttinen
Cross-border police cooperation and ‘secondary movements’: on reconfigurations in enforcing differential mobility rights within the spatial-legal Schengen space
Instrumentalisation of Tort Law: Widespread yet Fundamentally Limited
The Accountability and Corporate Social Responsibility of Multinational Corporations for Transgressions in Host States through International Investment Law
Four Case Studies on Corporate Social Responsibility: Do Conflicts Affect a Company’s Corporate Social Responsibility Policy?
Cristina A. Cedillo Torres, Mercedes Garcia-French, Rosemarie Hordijk, Kim Nguyen, Lana Olup
Fundamental Social Rights Protection and Covid-19 in the EU: Constraints & Possibilities
Barbara Safradin, Sybe de Vries, Simona de Heer
Equal Treatment of Mobile Persons in the Context of a Social Market Economy
Catherine Jacqueson, Frans Pennings
How do Social and Economic Rights Relate to Each Other in the Social Market Economy: An Introduction to this Special Issue
Shaping the Social Market Economy After the Lisbon Treaty: How ‘Social’ is Public Economic Law?
Anna Gerbrandy, Willem Janssen, Lyndsey Thomsin
The ‘Social Market Economy’ in a (Heterogeneous) Social Europe: Does it Make a Difference?
Catherine Barnard, Sybe de Vries
The Relevance of the Concept of the Social Market Economy: Concluding Observations on the Contributions in this Special Issue
(Re) Conceptualising a Social Market Economy for the EU Internal Market
Social Pensions and Market Values: A Conflict?
Quentin Detienne, Elmar Schmidt
On law’s origin
Derrida reading Freud, Kafka and Lévi-Strauss
Jacques de Ville
‘From shack to the Constitutional Court’
The litigious disruption of governing global cities
Does legal institutionalism rule out legal pluralism?
Schmitt’s institutional theory and the problem of the concrete order
The End of Doctrine?
On the Symbolic Function of Doctrine in Substantive Criminal Law
Ferry de Jong
The Use and Incorporation of Extralegal Insights in Legal Reasoning
Institutional Design of Enforcement in the EU: The Case of Financial Markets
Miroslava Scholten, Annetje Ottow
Evaluating the Quality of Dutch Academic Legal Publications: Results from a Survey
Willem van Boom, Rob van Gestel
The Dutch Banking Sector Agreement on Human Rights: An Exercise in Regulation, Experimentation or Advocacy?
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