The effects of rules and decisions are relevant for the legitimacy of those who issue them. Research Topic 3 thus considers the effects of the International Courts and Tribunals (ICs) by several standards, including legal effectiveness, i.e. compliance, and de facto impact, which is seen in relation to the ICs objectives, as well as in terms of other social and political consequences - intended as well as unintended.
- The Judicialization of International Law
The Causes and Effects of International Investment Agreements and Investment Treaty Arbitration
PhD candidate Tarald Laudal Berge investigates the politico-economic causes and effects of the international regime for regulating international investors.
International Courts and Domestic Politics in Advanced Democracies
When, how and why do democracies care about international law and courts?
Book project by PluriCourts coordinator Marlene Wind.
- International courts and global democratic values: Participation, accountability, and justification
See You in Luxembourg?
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).