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Europees mededingingsrecht Competition and Regulation in Network Industries

ISSN 1783-5917
Published quarterly
www.crninet.com 

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Journal Description
In Europe, public utilities and services - known as network industries - were once the exclusive domain of the government. In today’s deregulating environment, state monopolies are giving way to private competition - both local and cross-border. Network industries encompass not only gas, electricity and water utilities, industries such as rail transport, aviation and telecommunication but also cutting edge areas such as electronic payment systems. This means that the competitive and regulatory environment for network industries is rapidly evolving into a complex, interwoven and dynamic web that extends over the 5 continents in the world. Competition and Regulation in Network Industries explores the legal, economic, institutional and public policy aspects of the network industries. 

The double blind peer reviewed journal Competition and Regulation in Network Industries (CRNI) explores the legal, economic, institutional and public policy aspects of these network industries.
 
Written by leading specialists, it investigates the shift from monopoly to competition, emerging problems surrounding the right of all citizens to access basic public services, and the continuing expansion of the large and relatively unmapped legal and economic terrain of the communications industry.

As these complex industries and their regulatory environments evolve, the journal will provide researchers, policy-makers, legal experts and other interested groups with a valuable information source and debating forum.

Competition and Regulation in Network Industries is indexed in EconLit, the American Economic Association's electronic bibliography.


Editorial board
The editorial board of Competition and Regulation in Network Industries is formed by leading European specialists in the field of network industries.

Editors-in-Chief
- Matthias Finger (Professor Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale, Lausanne, Switzerland)
- Rolf Künneke (Associate Professor Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands)
 
Managing Editor
Marc Laperrouza (Senior Research Associate Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale, Lausanne, Switzerland)
 
Associate Editors
Maarten Arentsen (Professor, University of Twente; the Netherlands), Gert Brunekreeft (Professor of Energy Economics Jacobs University Bremen, Germany), François Lévêque (Professor Ecole des Mines de Paris, Cerna, France) and Ulrich Weidman (Professor, Institute for Transportation Planning and Systems, ETHZ, Switzerland). 

Assistant Editor
Daniel Scholten (Researcher Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands)

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Mensenrechten Cyprus Human Rights Law Review

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ISSN 2034-8770
Published twice a year
In co-operation with the European Human Rights Law Institute
 

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The Cyprus Human Rights Law Review promotes knowledge, appreciation and constructive discussion on matters of human rights law and policy, particularly those affecting the Cypriot legal order.

The Review publishes articles and case notes that consider human rights from an international to domestic context, book reviews, analysis of recent jurisprudence and practice of international and regional human rights systems and analysis of recent and relevant jurisprudence and practice of Cypriot courts and other domestic authorities.

While primarily academic in focus, the Review is also of interest to the wider international human rights community, particularly as the Cypriot legal order often forms the basis of complicated judicial determinations with wider implications for Public International law, European Union Law and European Human Rights Law.

In particular the Review covers:
- Analysis of a wide range of issues relating to the European Convention of Human Rights, European Social Charter and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights;
- Summaries and commentaries on recent cases introduced or determined by the European Court of Human Rights, Court of Justice of the European Union or by national courts in Cyprus or other jurisdictions that may be of interest or affect the Cypriot Legal Order;
- Reports by international and regional organisations and authorities dealing with the implementation of human rights standards in Cyprus;
- Developments on the ratification by Cyprus of various instruments affecting human rights law in Cyprus.

The Review’s editorial and scientific board guarantees the maintenance of a high standard of the contributions published.


Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief
Leto Cariolou, Director, European Human Rights Law Institute

Editors
- Dr Theodora Christodoulidou, Counsel, Human Rights Sector, Legal Service of the Republic of Cyprus
- Christina Karakosta, Adviser to the European Ombudsman
- Dr Panayotis Voyatzis, Lawyer, European Court of Human Rights Scientific Board
- Nicholas Alivizatos, Professor of Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, University of Athens
- Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade, Judge, International Court of Justice
- Hugh Collins, Professor of English Law, London School of Economics
- Achilles Emilianides, Professor of Law, University of Nicosia
- Dr Constantinos Kombos, Lecturer in Law, School of Law, University of Cyprus
- Dr Stuart Lakin, Lecturer, School of Law, University of Reading
- Dr George Letsas, Reader in Philosophy of Law and Human Rights, University College London
- Dr Virginia Mantouvalou, Lecturer in Law, University College London
- Dr Saladin Meckled-Garcia, Lecturer in Human Rights and Political Theory, University College London
-  George Nicolaou, Judge, European Court of Human Rights
- Colm O’Cinneide, Reader in Law, University College London
- Christos Rozakis, Former Vice-President, European Court of Human Rights
- Dean Spielmann, President, European Court of Human Rights
- Dr Stephanos Stavros, Executive Secretary to European Commission against Racism and Intolerance
- S. Tsakyrakis, Associate Professor of Public Law, Faculty of Law, University of Athens

 

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Europees socialezekerheidsrecht European Journal of Social Security

ISSN 1388-2627
Published quarterly
www.ejss.eu 



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Journal description
The European Journal of Social Security (EJSS) is a highly respected, peer-reviewed journal, which is aimed at academics, researchers, policy makers, and practitioners who are interested in social security in Europe.

EJSS is primarily concerned with developments in social security at the EU level and, on a comparative basis, with developments in different European countries. It adopts a broad definition of social security and, in addition to articles on different forms of income maintenance, it includes articles on demography, inequality, poverty, disability, health and social care, employment, migration, taxation and public expenditure.
 
Editorial Board
General editors
Frans Pennings (Utrecht) and Michael Adler (Edinburgh)
 
Book review editor:
Sara Stendahl (Göteborg)
 
Editorial assistants
Fiona McGrath and Martin Pullinger (Edinburgh)


Editorial board
 Henriette Sinding Aasen (Bergen)
- Willem Adema (OECD)
- Bea Cantillon (Antwerp)
- Mel Cousins (Trinity College, Dublin)
- Stamatia Devetzi (Fulda)
- Eberhard Eichenhofer (Jena)
- Bent Greve (Roskilde)
- Ana Guillen (Oviedo)
- Tamara Hervey (Sheffield)
- Kirsten Ketscher (WELMA, Copenhagen)
- Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, Paris)
- Peter Saunders (NSW and FISS)
- Paul Schoukens (Leuven and EISS)
- Dorrottya Szikra (ELTE, Budapest)
- Anne Pieter van der Mei (Maastricht)
- Marcin Wujczyk (Krakow)

 

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Europees arbeidsrecht European Labour Law Journal

ISSN 2013-9525
Published quarterly
www.ellj.eu


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Journal description
The European Labour Law Journal aims to increase and foster the debate on the future of labour law in Europe and to increase the knowledge of labour law. It aims to better define the role of labour law in Europe and in light of a European Social Model which can provide solutions for the challenges facing the EU and its Member States, requiring a good combination of economic market performance and quality of life, good work and social justice.

In order to contribute to this, the Journal studies European labour law in national, European and international contexts. Current and future developments in Europe and the world necessitate a fundamental investigation of labour law in the EU and its Member States, and of the basic principles of labour law in Europe.

The Journal fills an existing gap in the academic community. Although there are many national and some internationally oriented labour law journals, none of them specifically addresses the EU as a central focus of attention, including developments of labour law in the EU at the level of the Member States. The European Labour Law Journal aims to be a leading academic journal in the area of European labour law and social policy. European labour law is viewed in a wide sense. It includes labour law at the European Union level as well as labour law in the Member States. It also pays attention to developments of labour law at a more global level and its relevance for the EU and its Member States. These various levels are seen as intrinsically connected and mutually interdependent.

Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief
Frank Hendrickx, University of Leuven & Tilburg University (Belgium & the Netherlands)

Board Members
Anne Davies, University of Oxford (United Kingdom), Guus Heerma van Voss, University of Leiden (the Netherlands), Sophie Robin-Olivier, University of Paris X Nanterre (France), Achim Seifert, University of Jena (Germany) and Bernd Waas, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt (Germany). 

Advisory Board
Takashi Araki, University of Tokyo (Japan), Janice Bellace, Wharton School (U.S.A.) & IIRA, Roger Blanpain, Tilburg University & KULeuven (Belgium), Giuseppe Casale, ILO & IIRA (Switzerland), Sjoerd Feenstra, European Commission (Belgium), Matthew W. Finkin, University of Illinois (U.S.A.), Evance Kalula, University of Cape Town (South Africa), Antoine Jacobs, Tilburg University (Netherlands), Teun Jaspers, Utrecht University (Netherlands), Csilla Kollonay-Lehoczky, Central European University (Hungary),  Manfred Weiss, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt (Germany), Marie-Ange Moreau, European University Institute (Florence), Alan Neal, University of Warwick (United Kingdom), Ruth Nielsen, Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), Birgitta Nyström, Lund University (Sweden), Joellen Riley, University of New South Wales (Australia), Ton Wilthagen, Tilburg University (Netherlands), 

Correspondents
The editorial board is assisted by correspondents from all EU Member States and candidate member states. The editorial board also works in cooperation with the European Labour Law Network (ELLN).

 

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Mensenrechten Human Rights and International Legal Discourse

ISSN 1783-7014
Published twice a year
www.hrild.org


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Journal description
Human Rights & International Legal Discourse is a peer-reviewed law journal that encourages the critical study of the increasing influence of human rights law on international legal discourse. In addition to traditional international public law, the journal aims to focus on the interaction of human rights law with specific domains of international law, including international development law, international environmental law, international criminal law, international labour law, and international trade law. The journal places special emphasis on promoting a north-south dialogue.
 
The journal analyses the interaction between human rights and contemporary international law. Traditional international law was exclusively inter-state law that mainly sanctioned relations between Western states. On the other hand, the human rights genre has evolved differently and unlike traditional international law, addresses itself to the concerns of state as well as non-state actors. Human rights have had a growing influence on traditional international law to the extent that the interests of individuals, minorities, newly independent states, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), multinationals and other companies are increasingly coming under the spotlight of contemporary international law. Moreover, these new actors have contributed to creating a brand of international law which is articulated within non-diplomatic circles. Lobbyists, national lawyers, judges and even the man in the street increasingly have a greater stake in determining the manner in which international affairs evolve. This is influencing international law to such an extent that several of the traditional premises upon which it was built have to be reappraised.
 
Human Rights & International Legal Discourse attracts high-quality contributions from all over the world. These analyse the afore-mentioned interaction between human rights and contemporary international law. The aim is to discuss how human rights are influenced and are influencing traditional international public law. Emphases are laid on the incidents of human rights on certain specific domains such as development law, humanitarian law, environmental law, trade law, labour law and criminal law. Special attention will be given to north-south relations.
 
Human Rights & International Legal Discourse is run by an editorial board composed of academic experts from the law faculties of the universities of Antwerp, Brussels, Ghent and Leuven. It has an advisory board composed of distinguished international experts. 
 
 
Editorial Board
- Eva Brems (Ghent University); 
- Alexia Herwig (University of Antwerp); 
- Cedric Ryngaert (Utrecht University);
- Stefaan Smis (Free University Brussels); 
- Stefan Sottiaux (Catholic University of Leuven);
- Wouter Vandenhole (University of Antwerp);
- Kim Van der Borght (Free University Brussels and the University of Hull); and
- Jan Wouters (Catholic University of Leuven).
 

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Mensenrechten Inter-American and European Human Rights Journal

Inter-American and European Human Rights Journal  | Revista Interamericana y Europea de Derechos Humanos

ISSN 2030-7942
Published annually
www.iaehr-journal.org
 

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Journal description
The Inter-American and European Human Rights Journal / Revista Interamericana y Europea de Derechos Humanos aims to offer an international platform for research in the field of human rights of relevance for (Latin) America and Europe. Situated on the crossroads between both continents, the journal is well-placed to be a place of exchange of ideas and views between academic scholars and practicians in the field of human rights from both European and (Latin) American universities, research institutions, non-governmental organisations, etc. General topics on human rights relevant for the European and (Latin) American context shall be considered for publication. In the same way, topics from other continents will also be considered for publication if relevant for the European and (Latin) American context. The journal focuses both on human rights law issues as well as interdisciplinary issues. Its editorial board is composed of researchers from the partner universities and institutions of the Inter-American and European Human Rights Network and external experts in the field of human rights. The Inter-American and European Human Rights Network / Red Interamericana y Europea de Derechos Humanos was set up in 2005 with the purpose of bringing together (Latin) American and European universities and institutions in order to build up and strengthen their capacity in the field of human rights and to improve teaching and research capabilities so that a superior level of education in human rights can be reached. The Network is momentarily composed of 16 universities and other institutions from both (Latin) America and Europe.

Editorial board

Executive editors
- Clara Burbano Herrera (Ghent University);
- Eduardo Cifuentes Muñoz (Universidad de los Andes);
- Felipe Gonzalez (Member Inter-American Commission of Human Rights);
- Yves Haeck, Editor-in-Chief (Ghent University and Utrecht University);
- Claudia Martin (Washington College of Law);
- Cesar Rodriguez Garavito (Universidad de los Andes);
- Diego Rodriguez-Pinzón (Washington College of Law); and
- Leo Zwaak (Utrecht University).

Editorial board
Victor Abramovich (Inter-American Commission on Human Rights); Gudmundur Alfredsson (University of Lund); Juan Amaya Castro (UN University for Peace); Juan Carlos Arjona (Universidad Iberoamericana); Randall Brenes (Inter-American Institute of Human Rights); Antônio Cançado Trindade (Universidade de Brasilia); Alicia Cebada Romero (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid); Gaston Chillier (Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales); Roberto Cuellar (Inter-American Institute of Human Rights); Paul De Hert (Free University of Brussels); Ernesto de la Jara (Instituto de Defensa Legal); Francisco Eguiguren Praeli (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú); Gudmundur Eiriksson (UN University for Peace) ; Gérard Gonzalez (Université de Montpellier I); Claudio Grossman (Washington College of Law, Member UN Committee Against Torture); José Antonio Guevara (Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs); Fernando Mariño (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Member UN Committee Against Torture); Cecilia Medina Quiroga (President Inter-American Court of Human Rights, Universidad de Chile); Manfred Nowak (UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, Vienna University); Alan Rosas (Judge European Court of Justice); William Schabas (University of Galway); Magdalena Sepúlveda (UN Independent Expert on the Question of Human Rights and Extreme Poverty); Johanna Sjöwall (University of Lund); Françoise Tulkens (Judge European Court of Human Rights); Johan Vande Lanotte (Ghent University); John Vervaele (Utrecht University); and José Zalaquett (Universidad de Chile).

 

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Gerechtelijk recht International Journal of Procedural Law

Internationale Zeitschrift für Prozessrecht  |  Revista Internacional de Derecho Procesal  
Rivista Internazionale di Diritto Processuale  |  Revue internationale de droit processuel

 

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ISSN 2034-5275
Published twice a year


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Journal Description


 

The multilingual International Journal of Procedural Law (IJPL) provides an international research platform for scholars and practitioners in the field of procedural law, especially in civil matters.

In addition to articles in five different languages examining current developments in judicial and alternative dispute resolution, the IJPL also publishes articles devoted to the theoretical foundations of procedural law. Contributions address legal issues from domestic, transnational or international perspectives, including comparative law and conflicts of law aspects. Consequently, the IJPL is not only of interest for scholars but also for practitioners in charge of cross-border cases.

The IJPL is published twice a year. Each issue consists of five parts: Studies, Practice, Debate, Legislation and Information (book reviews, interviews, conference summaries). Articles must be written in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish and will be published in the language in which they have been submitted. Preliminary abstracts in the other languages of the IJPL inform the reader about the central points of each article. The IJPL is the journal of the International Association of Procedural Law.


La Revue Internationale de droit processuel (RIDP) fournit une plateforme de recherche internationale pour les chercheurs et praticiens dans le domaine du droit du procès, spécialement en matière civile.
Dédiée à l’ensemble des modes de règlement des conflits, juridictionnels ou non, la RIDP entend rendre compte de l’évolution de l’actualité procédurale mondiale aussi bien que des réflexions de type plus théorique sur les principes et les fondements du droit processuel.

A vocation académique autant qu’à destination des praticiens du contentieux, la Revue internationale de droit comparé est publiée deux fois par an, chaque numéro comportant une partie Doctrine, une partie Pratique, une partie Débats, une partie Législation et une partie Informations (bibliographie, colloques, etc.).

Les contributions sont rédigées en allemand, anglais, espagnol, français ou italien. Publiées dans la langue dans laquelle elles sont soumises, elles sont précédées d’un sommaire dans les autres langues de la revue, ce qui permet au lecteur d’être informé de manière rapide des points centraux de l’article.
La RIDP est la revue multilingue de l’Association internationale de droit processuel.


Die mehrsprachige Internationale Zeitschrift für Prozessrecht (IZP) ist die Fachzeitschrift der International Association of Procedural Law. Ziel der IZP ist die Bereitstellung einer internationalen Forschungsplattform für Wissenschaftler und Praktiker im Rechtsgebiet des Verfahrensrechts, insbesondere des Zivilprozessrechts.

Neben Aufsätzen in fünf verschiedenen Sprachen, die sich mit der Untersuchung von derzeitigen Entwicklungen in der gerichtlichen und alternativen Streitbeilegung beschäftigen, veröffentlicht die IZP auch Aufsätze, die den Grundlagen des Prozessrechts gewidmet sind. Beiträge befassen sich mit Rechtsthemen aus einer innerstaatlichen, grenzüberschreitenden oder internationalen Perspektive, einschließlich rechtsvergleichender und international-privatrechtlicher Aspekte. Somit ist die IZP nicht nur für Wissenschaftler sondern auch für Praktiker mit länderübergreifenden Rechtsfällen von Bedeutung.

Die IZP erscheint halbjährlich. Jede Ausgabe besteht aus fünf Teilen: Doktrin, Praxis, Debatte, Gesetzgebung und allgemeinen Informationen (Buchrezensionen, Interviews, Tagungsbeiträge). Aufsätze können auf Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch oder Spanisch geschrieben werden, veröffentlicht werden sie in der Sprache, in der sie eingereicht worden sind. Dem Aufsatz vorausgehende Kurzbeschreibungen in den anderen Sprachen der IZP informieren jeden Leser über die relevanten Punkte des einzelnen Aufsatzes.


La Revista Internacional de Derecho Procesal (RIDP) ofrece una plataforma de investigación internacional para los estudiosos y los prácticos del Derecho procesal, especialmente en materia civil.

Dedicada al conjunto de los sistemas de solución de controversias, jurisdiccionales o no, la RIDP pretende dar cuenta de la evolución de la actualidad procesal mundial, así como reflexiones de índole más teórica sobre los principios y fundamentos del Derecho procesal. Con vocación académica, pero destinada igualmente a quienes estén implicados en la práctica de la litigación, la RIDP se publica dos veces al año. Cada número incluye una parte de Doctrina, una parte Práctica, una parte de Debate, una de Legislación y una sección de Informaciones (bibliografía, congresos, etc.).

Las contribuciones pueden estar redactadas en alemán, inglés, español, francés o italiano. Se publican en el idioma en que son enviadas, están precedidas por un sumario en las demás lenguas de la revista, lo que permite al lector informarse rápidamente de los puntos centrales del artículo.
La RIDP es la revista multilingüe de la Asociación Internacional de Derecho Procesal.



Advisory Board
Federico Carpi (Italia), Oscar Chase (USA), Masahisa Deguchi (Japan), José Carlos Barbosa Moreira (Brazil), Marcel Storme (Belgium), Yasuhei Taniguchi (Japan), Keith Uff (United Kingdom)

Editors-in-Chief
Peter Gottwald (Germany, Regensburg), Loïc Cadiet (France, Paris 1 Sorbonne)


Editorial Board
Neil Andrews (United Kingdom, Cambridge), Remo Caponi (Italy, Firenze), Frédérique Ferrand (France, Lyon), Ulrich Haas (Switzerland, Zürich), Daniel Jutras (Canada, Montréal), Eduardo Oteiza (Argentina, La Plata), Ada Pellegrini (Brazil, São Paulo), Rolf Stürner (Germany, Freiburg-im-Brisgau), Michele Taruffo (Italy, Pavia), Janet Walker (Canada, Toronto)


Assistant-Editorship
Jens Adolphsen (Germany, Gießen), Samuel P. Baumgartner (USA, Akron), Michele Lupoi (Italy, Bologna), Gabriele Mecarelli (France, Paris Sud 11), Marie Nioche (France, Paris Ouest Nanterre), Elisabetta Silvestri (Italy, Pavia), John Sorabji (United Kingdom, London), Michael Stürner (Germany, Frankfurt/Oder), Francisco Verbic (Argentina, La Plata)


General Assistant-editor
Fernando Gascón (Spain, Complutense de Madrid)

 

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Europees Recht Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law

ISSN 1023-263X
Published quarterly
www.maastrichtjournal.eu



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Journal description
Recent years have seen an intensified unification and harmonisation of the law within European countries. This convergence results not only from norms adopted within the framework of the European Communities, the Council of Europe and other important European and international organisations, but also from the parallel evolution of neighbouring legal systems attempting to cope with similar problems.


This tendency has led to an increased Europeanisation of the study of law. There is a growing need to examine the common legal tradition and heritage in Europe as well as the remaining diversity.

Academics and practitioners will only fully appreciate this new dimension if they familiarise themselves with the concept of `Ius Commune Europaeum' and use it to develop a common set of tools with which to analyse the similarities and differences between legal systems. This will add depth to research being carried out and provide a greater insight to existing and developing legislation and policy at both the national and European levels.

The Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law provides literature which enables both the European professional and academic lawyer to grapple with the special difficulties presented by the concept of Ius commune Europaeum.

The Maastricht Journal gives a deeper understanding of the extent to which there are common strands in law shared by the countries of Europe. The journal is not, however, a battle horse in the fight for legal uniformity, but a forum in which reflection and dialogue can take place about the new legal pluralism in Europe, its new unity, and the strong elements of diversity which remain.


Members of the editorial board
- Monica Claes, Professor of European and Comparative Constitutional Law
- Michael Faure, Professor of Comparative and International Environmental Law (Co-Chair)
- Jan M. Smits, Professor of European Private Law (Co-Chair)
- Phedon Nicolaides, Professor at the European Institute of Public Administration 
- Raymond Luja, Professor of Comparative Tax Law
- Andrea Ott, Associate Professor of European Law
- Caroline Cauffman. Assistant Professor (responsible for the legal development section)
- Mark Dawson, Assistant Professor of European Law (responsible for the case-note section

All members of the Editorial Committee are faculty at Maastricht University.

 

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Mensenrechten Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights

ISSN 0169-3441
Published quarterly
www.nqhr.net


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Journal description
Human rights are universal and indivisible. Their fundamental importance makes it essential for anyone with an interest in the field to keep abreast of the latest developments. The Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights (NQHR) is an academic journal that reviews the latest evolutions in the promotion and protection of human rights across the world.

The Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights is an academic publication which contains scholarly articles on human rights issues and the promotion and protection of human rights in international law from authors from around the world. It carries human-rights related contributions by acknowledged correspondents on recent developments in the field of human rights in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas, as well as the various intergovernmental organisations (such as United Nations, the Council of Europe, the European Union, the Organisation on Security and Cooperation in Europe, the Organisation of American States, the African continent and the International Criminal Court). The texts of major international agreements, treaties and declarations are reprinted in the section ‘Appendices’. The section on documentation contains book reviews and descriptions of recent documents and literature in the field of human rights. 

The Quarterly’s international team of leading editors commissions in-depth articles and book reviews that probe the issues that matter to people involved in the definition, study, implementation, monitoring, or enforcement of human rights.


An international editorial board guarantees the maintenance of a high standard of the articles published.


 

Editorial board

Executive editors

- Antoine Buyse (Editor-in-Chief, Professor of human rights and Director of the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands)
- Julie Fraser (Managing Editor, PhD Candidate, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Ana-Sofia Valderas (Executive Assistant, LLM Candidate, Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Karin Arts (Professor of International Law and Development at International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands);
- Nicola Jägers (Professor International Human Rights Law, Center for Trans-boundary Legal Development, Tilburg University, the Netherlands);
- Brianne McGonigle Leyh (Assistant Professor at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Yvonne Donders (Professor International Human Rights and Cultural Diversity and Executive Director of the Amsterdam Centre for International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands);
- Leo Zwaak (Legal Researcher, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- † Fried Van Hoof (Editor-in-Chief, Professor of Human Rights, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Jenny E. Goldschmidt (Professor of Human Rights Law and Director of the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands);


Editorial Board

- Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen (Professor of Public Law and Deputy Director of the Research Institute of International and European Law at Sorbonne University, and Judge at the Constitutional Court of Andorra);
- Surya Deva (Associate Professor at the School of Law of City University of Hong Kong);
- Bas de Gaay Fortman (Honorary Chair in Political Economy of Human Rights, Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Cees Flinterman (Honorary Professor of Human Rights at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, and member of the UN Human Rights Committee);
- Shuichi Furuya (Professor of International Law, Waseda University, Japan, member of International Humanitarian Fact-Finding Commission);
- Christof Heyns (Director of the Centre for Human Rights, Dean and Professor of Human Rights Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, South Africa);
- Ernst Hirsch Ballin (Professor of Human Rights, University of Amsterdam and Professor of Dutch and European Constitutional Law, University of Tilburg);
- Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann (Canada Research Chair in International Human Rights, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada);
- Anja Mihr (Head of Rule of Law, The Hague Institute for Global Justice and Associate Professor Utrecht University);
- Rachel Murray (Professor and Director of the Human Rights Implementation Centre, University of Bristol Law School, United Kingdom);
- Egbert Myjer, Professor of Human Rights at the Free University of Amsterdam and former judge at the European Court of Human Rights;
- Manfred Nowak (Director of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights, Vienna, Austria);
- Pablo Saavedra-Alessandri (Secretary, Inter-American Court of Human Rights, San José, Costa Rica);
- Ian Seiderman (Senior Legal and Policy Advisor, International Commission of Jurists, Switzerland);
- Olivier de Schutter (Professor of Law, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium);
- Brigit Toebes (Associate Professor and Rosalind Franklin fellow at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands);
- Deepika Udagama (Head, Department of Law, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka;
- David Weissbrodt (Fredrikson & Byron Professor of Law, Co-Director of the Human Rights Centre of the University of Minnesota, USA); and
- Roman Wieruszewski (Director of Poznañ Human Rights Centre, Professor of Constitutional Law, Institute of Legal Studies of the Polish Academy of Science, Poland, Member of the UN Human Rights Committee).

Former Editorial Board Members

- Peter Baehr † (Honorary Professor of Human Rights, Utrecht University and Emeritus Professor of Human rights at Leiden University, the Netherlands);
- Kevin Boyle † (Professor of Law, University of Essex, UK).

 


 

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ISSN 2032-2844
Published quarterly
www.njecl.eu


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The New Journal of European Criminal law is the leading international journal on European criminal law. It aims at analysing, discussing, defining, developing and improving criminal law in Europe and in particular criminal law as it is drawn up by the European Union and the Council of Europe. 

European criminal law is an established and recognised legal discipline. It is not confined to the European Union, but it extends to all forty-seven States of the Council of Europe. Institutionally speaking European criminal law is driven by both the EU and the Council of Europe under the supervision and influence of the Court of Justice of the European Communities so far as the EU is concerned and by the European Court of Human Rights as regards the Council of Europe. 

Although European criminal law is a recognised body of law, it constitutes by no means a perfect system and it requires analysis and discussion, so that it may develop and improve. Analysis and discussion cannot be the exclusive preserve of the legislative and judicial bodies; others must contribute to ensure balanced solutions. 

Nor is European criminal law confined to what is traditionally considered as criminal law. It extends to and complements environmental law and competition law. As regards competition law the New Journal of European Criminal Law is running a section dedicated to the criminalisation of competition law and of hard-core cartels in particular. It is the first ever legal journal to treat criminal and competition law disciplines related at their interface. 


The New Journal of European Criminal Law has two patrons: the European Criminal Bar Association (ECBA) and the European Criminal Law Academic Network (ECLAN). It serves as a forum for both legal practitioners and academics interested in issues related to European Criminal Law. Its editorial board comprises as wide a cross-section of the legal profession as possible. The New Journal of European Criminal Law solicits articles from all those involved in criminal law in its European dimension. It seeks a large variety of articles, ranging fromwith short case notes with little or no comment, to opinionated comments on developments to long in-depth critiques of judgements and legislative measures with proposals for reform or change. 

To ensure originality, the New Journal of European Criminal Law has a peer-review system which is applied to long in-depth articles. This is necessary to maintain the position of the New Journal of European Criminal Law as the pre-eminent journal in its field and to guarantee the continued quality of its contents. For the same reason an Advisory Committee, composed of several authorities on the subject of European Criminal Law,  supervises the Journal and its future development.

Thus, each issue comprises i.a. an Editorial, in-depth Articles submitted to a peer review, cutting-edge and to-the-point Analysis & Opinions, Case Law Notes and Legislative updates.

 

Editorial board
 

General Editors
- Scott Crosby, M.A., LL.B., LL.M., Advocate, Brussels (Editor in chief)
- Professor Paul de Hert, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, University ofTilburg
- Professor RA Holger Matt, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main
- Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas, Queen Mary University, London 
- Professor Anne Weyembergh, Université libre de Bruxelles

Advisory Board
- Professor Sir Francis Jacobs QC, London,Honorary Chairman
- Professor John Vervaele, University of Utrecht
- Professor John Spencer QC, University of Cambridge
- Professor Ulrich Sieber, Max-Planck-Institut, Freiburg im Breisgau
- Professor Robert Roth, University of Geneva

Editorial Board
- Heiko Ahlbrecht, Düsseldorf
- Astolfo di Amato, Rome
- Ulrich Bauschulte, Cologne
- Nicolas Boulay, Paris

- Stefan Braum, Luxembourg
- Pedro Caeiro, Coimbra
- Gerard Conway, London
- Serge de Biolley, Brussels
- Stefano Filletti, Malta
- George Gebbie, Glasgow
- Jaan Ginter, Tartu
- Sabine Gless, Basel
- Christopher Harding, Aberystwyth
- Julian Joshua, Brussels
- Marc Henzelin, Geneva
- Kai Hart-Hoenig, Wiesbaden
- Louise Hodges, London
- Han Jahae,Amsterdam
- Robert Kert, Vienna
- Professor Roberto E. Kostoris, Padua
- Richard Lang, Luton
- Katalin Ligeti, Luxembourg 
- Adam Lazowski, London
- Stefano Manacorda, Naples
- Jonathan Mitchell, London
- Caroline Morgan, London
- Patrick O’Reilly, Dublin
- Kristine Strada-Rosenberga, Latvia
- Richard Soyer, Vienna
- Katja Sugman, Ljubljana
- Annika Suominen, Helsinki
- Gintaras Svedas, Vilnius
- Alex Tinsley, Brussels

- Diana Ungureanu, Pitesti
- Jorn Vestergaard, Copenhagen
- Peter Whelan, Leeds
- Christoffer Wong, Lund

Assistant Editors
- Irene Wieczorek, Brussels
- Auke Willems, Brussels

- Gavin Robinson, Luxembourg

 


 

 

 

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Economie Review of Business and Economic Literature (ReBEL)

ISSN 2034-7677
Published quarterly
www.rebel-journal.org 

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The Review of Business and Economic Literature (ReBEL) is an internationally peer-reviewed scholarly journal published quarterly. ReBEL’s articles seek to synthesise recent academic developments in business and economics that are relevant to both academics and professionals. ReBEL’s goal is to give its readers a clear insight into all academic developments related to business and economics. As such, ReBEL is an invaluable instrument for each academic, researcher or professional active in the vast range of areas in business and economics.

Editor
Martine Cools (KU Leuven)

Editorial Assistant
Hilde Roos (KU Leuven)

Editorial Board
Bruno Cassiman (IESE Business School and KU Leuven)
Christophe Crombez (KU Leuven and Stanford University)
Federico Etro (Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca)
Johan Eyckmans (KU Leuven)
Maddy Janssens (KU Leuven)
Philip Joos (Tilburg University)
Jo Swinnen (KU Leuven)
Geert Van Campenhout (KU Leuven)
Patrick Van Cayseele (KU Leuven)
Jan Van Mieghem (Northwestern University)
Inneke Van Nieuwenhuyse (KU Leuven)
Tom Van Puyenbroeck (KU Leuven)
Marleen Willekens (KU Leuven)

 

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