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Michelle Q. Zang, Postdoctoral Fellow, PluriCourts, has published the article, "The Uncompleted Mission of China — Electronic Payment Services: Policy Equilibrium between Market Access and National Treatment under the GATS". The article will appear in Manchester Journal of International Economic Law, April 2015. Read the full article.http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2560688
Kristian Espelid graduated from the University in Bergen in 2014. His master thesis titled Judicial Independence in China: A Post-totalitarian Story examines to what extent the Chinese judiciary is politically independent, and identifies the factors that can help explain the degree of judicial independence.
Kristian was affiliated with the NCHR through the China Programme, from which he received a master student scholarship.
Master thesis by Elise Gedde Metz on European Court of Human Rights and Norwegian Supreme Court cases on what is considered to be sufficient reasoning in jury cases. Read the thesis.
Heith Copes, Andy Hochstetler & Sveinung Sandberg (forthcoming 2015): "Using a Narrative Framework to Understand the Relationship Between Drugs and Crime." Criminal Justice Review. Published online ahead of print November 26. 2014
Marit Lomundal Sæther ble uteksaminert fra Universitetet i Bergen (UiB) i 2014 og er per dags dato ansatt ved Nasjonal Institusjon på Norsk senter for menneskerettigheter. Hennes masteroppgave med tittelen Isolert fra rettssikkerhet? Forvaltningens kontroll og overprøving av fengselsbesluttede isolasjonsvedtak omhandler kriminalomsorgens internkontroll ved bruk av isolasjon. Oppgaven er også relevant for UiOs forskningsprosjekt Skandinavisk isolasjonsnettverk. Avhandlingen publiseres uten endringer, slik den ble levert.
The relationship between environmentally sustainable development and company and business law has emerged in recent years as a matter of major concern for many scholars, policy-makers, businesses and nongovernmental organisations.
Claudio Corradetti, Postdoctoral fellow, MultiRights, has edited (translation and preface) the book "Public Deliberation: Pluralism, Complexity and Democracy". The book written by James Bohman has become a classic reference in the international debate on public deliberation.
This book edited by Claudio Corradetti (Postdoctoral fellow, MultiRights), Nir Eisikovits and Jack Volpe Rotondi, both at Suffolk University, USA, addresses the theoretical underpinnings of the field of transitional justice, something that has hitherto been lacking both in study and practice.
Doing Time, Doing Freedom
In his master thesis, PluriCourts research assistant Cristoffer Nyegaard Mollestad analyses the friction between transparency and confidentiality requirements in investment arbitration. Read the thesis (SSRN).
Routledge Handbook on Crime and International Migrationtar is concerned With the various relationships between migration, crime and victimization.
- classic republished in new and extended version.
- nordic anthology on masculinity and crime
Norwegian Narratives and Images of a Police Murder Case, 1926–1950
- Halvorsen with new article on Nils Christies contribution to modern criminal Law.
Eugen Ehrlich (1862-1922) is considered as one of the founding fathers of sociology of Law.
Sveinung Sandberg together with Silje Dahl has published an article on cannabis and gender identity.
In this new article in Philosophy of Justice (edited by Guttorm Fløistad), PluriCourts director Andreas Føllesdal introduces John Rawls’ book A Theory of Justice, which is perhaps the contribution in political philosophy that attracted the most attention in the twentieth century.
PluriCourts coordinator Christina Voigt has co-edited the new volume The Common Interest in International Law. The book is a part of the Intersentia series on Law & Cosmopolitan Values. Voigt has also contributed with the chapter "Delineating the Common Interest in International Law".
PluriCourts postdoc Silje Aambø Langvatn has together with Sofie A.E. Høgestøl written a book review of International Criminal Justice: Legitimacy and Coherence, edited by G. Boas, W. A. Schabas and M. P. Scharf. The review is published in the Nordic Journal of International Law, vol. 83, no. 3. Read the review.
In this article, PluriCourts Director Andreas Føllesdal discusses what the foundations for a shared European Identity should be.
Master thesis by PluriCourts Research Assistant Marte Jervan. PluriCourts Research Paper No. 14-17. Read the thesis (SSRN).
In this new book in the Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law series, MultiRights postdoctoral fellow Matthew Saul examines the international legal framework which regulates popular governance of post-conflict reconstruction.