1. Rethinking the New York Convention

    Publication date: May 6, 2013

    The New York Convention is regarded as one of the most successful treaties in the past fifty-five years in the field of transnational business law, more specifically, international commercial arbitration. Its simplicity and brevity in wording but complexity and diversity in application have triggered endless discussions, debates and writings. Rethinking the New York Convention – A Law and Economics Approach for the first time offers a unique j...
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  2. Compensating Ecological Damage

    Publication date: June 26, 2013

    This book focuses on the damage to private natural resources which have an ecological value in excess of their market value and the damage to public natural resources. Its aim is to design a compensation system, taking into account the interaction between regulation, liability rules and compensation mechanisms, to both prevent and compensate for ecological damage.
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    €90.-

  3. The global financial crisis that started in 2007 sparked several academic debates about the role that financial sector regulators played in the crisis and prompted policy reforms in the financial supervision architectures of several countries. This book focuses on the question of what accountability, independence, transparency and, more generally, governance mechanisms applicable to financial regulators can better contribute to building respon...
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    €75.-
  4. Economic Evidence in EU Competition Law

    Publication date: February 22, 2016

    This edited volume addresses the importance, implications, practices, problems and the role of economic evidence in EU competition law. It includes contributions on the use of the economic approach in the application and enforcement of EU competition law in different EU countries, candidate member states and third countries.
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    €99.-