Publications - Page 4
Contribution from postdoctoral fellow Juan Pablo Pérez-Léon Acevedo.
Publication by Postdoctoral Fellow Juan Pablo Pérez-Léon Acevedo on ASIL Insights with "Analysis and Comparative Considerations" on reparations.
Article by Postdoctoral Fellow Silje Aambø Langvatn published in the fall 2016 issue of Ethics in International Affars.
Master thesis by PluriCourts research assistant Chrysa Alexandraki available on SSRN
Master thesis by PluriCourts research assistant Claire Poppelwell-Scevak. The thesis is available on SSRN.
Master thesis by PluriCourts research assistant Maksim Usynin. The paper is available on SSRN.
Professor Christina Voigt has written an article on the standard of conduct is for Parties following the Paris Agreement. The article is available on Questions of International Law.
The issue will be published in Lov og Rett, Nr. 7, 2016, 55. årgang. The publication is in Norwegian; "FNs menneskerettslige traktatorganer og deres betydning i norsk rett".
Professor Christina Voigt has written a chapter on "Climate Change and Damages" in the recently published "Oxford Handbook of International Climate Change Law".
Postdoctoral fellow Theresa Squatrito has co-authored an article on international courts and global democratic values together with Jonathan W. Kuyper from Stockholm University. The article will be published in the upcoming volume of Review of International Studies
This volume edited by Christina Voigt explores the interlinkages between the UNFCCC guidance for REDD+ and other international legal regimes. It aims to examine how and to what extent REDD+ is embedded in the international legal framework. Prof. Voigt has also contributed with two chapters to the book.
This chapter by PluriCourts director Geir Ulfstein appears in the forthcoming book Legitimacy and International Courts (eds. N. Grossman, H.G. Cohen, A. Follesdal and G. Ulfstein), Cambridge University Press. Read the chapter on SSRN.
Postdoctoral fellow Claudio Corradetti has edited an issue of Transnatioal Legal Theory on "Cosmopolitan Law and the Courts". In addition to the introduction, Corradetti has contributed with the article "Judicial cosmopolitan authority". Andreas Føllesdal has contributed with the article "Building democracy at the Bar: the European Court of Human Rights as an agent of transitional cosmopolitanism" to the same issue.
In the article "Subsidiarity and International Human-Rights Courts: Respecting Self-Governance and Protecting Human Rights - Or Neither?", Andreas Føllesdal discusses the relationship between the principle of subsidiarity and international human rights courts. Read the article in Law and Contemporary Problems, vol. 79(2): 147-163.
A new article on "Differentiation in the Paris Agreement" by Christina Voigt and Felipe Ferreira has recently been published in a special issue of Climate Law on the Paris agreement.
Professor Daniel Naurin has written a report for the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS) together with Per Cramér, Olof Larsson and Andreas Moberg. The report has the title: "See You in Luxembourg? EU Governments' Observations Under the Preliminary Reference Procedure" (SIEPS report 2016:5).
PluriCourts coordinator Daniel Naurin has together with Olof Larsson written the article "Judicial Independence and Political Uncertainty: How the Risk of Override Impacts on the Court of Justice of the EU". The article is published in International Organization 70(2), 2016.
The article "Speaking Law to Power: The Strategic Use of Precedent of the Court of Justice of the European Union" by PluriCourts coordinator Daniel Naurin together with Olof Larsson, Mattias Derlén, and Johan Lindholm is published in Comparative Political Studies.
Professor Andreas Føllesdal has written a chapter in the edited volume "Shifting Centres of Gravity in Human Rights Protection: Rethinking relations between the ECHR, EU, and national legal orders" (2016, Routledge).
Professor Geir Ulfstein has written a chapter in the edited volume "Shifting Centres of Gravity in Human Rights Protection: Rethinking relations between the ECHR, EU, and national legal orders" (2016, Routledge).
Professor Andreas Føllesdal has together with Victor M. Muñiz Fraticelli published the article "The Principle of Subsidiarity as a Constitutional Principle in the EU and Canada" in Les ateliers de l’éthique / The Ethics Forum, vol. 10, no. 2, 2015, pp. 89-106. Read the article.