Groningen Centre for Law and Governance

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  1. 2016
  2. Brus, M. (2016). Walls Won’t Work: International law for sustainable migration. Paper presented at Round table on Migration, Sofia, Bulgaria.
  3. Roorda, B. (2016). (IN)TOLERANCE FOR INTOLERANT PROTEST: Content-based restrictions on protests: desirable?. Paper presented at Graduiertenkolleg DIA, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  4. Brink, B., & Marseille, A. (2016). Contentment of litigants with the procedure at a higher court. Paper presented at European Group for Public Administration (EGPA 2016), Utrecht, Netherlands.
  5. van Bochove, T. (2016). Old light and less old light on an old issue: The subscriptio of the Florentine index auctorum revisited. Paper presented at 23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Belgrade, Serbia.
  6. Diestelmeier, L., & Kuiken, D. (2016). Access to Smart Electricity Systems for Final Customers. Paper presented at 5th Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures, Florence, Italy.
  7. Giljam, R. (2016). A life-cycle approach in EU energy law: using biomass & biofuels as an example. Poster session presented at Vereniging voor Milieurecht Actualiteitendag, .
  8. Hesselman, M. (2016). Is there a right to international assistance in times of disaster in international (human rights) law?. Paper presented at International Conference on Human Rights and Disasters, Rome, Italy.
  9. Weishaar, S. (2016). Carbon emissions and competitiveness in the energy sector – a law and economics analysis. Paper presented at State Aids, Taxation and The Energy Sector: Looking for a better coordination and efficiency, Madrid, Spain.
  10. Kettner, C., Kletzan -Slamanig, D., & Weishaar, S. (2016). Classification of Carbon Taxes from Economic and Legal Perspectives. Paper presented at 17th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, Groningen, Netherlands.
  11. Weishaar, S. (2016). Energy market integration and the EU Emissions Trading System: electricity leakage. Paper presented at 7th Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics, A Toxa, Spain.
  12. Winter, H., & Schuldink, D. (2016). Governance in the earthquake area and the Energy Port Region Groningen: Public-private partnerships as a panacea for a sustainable future?. Paper presented at The Sixth Biennial Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance, Tilburg, Netherlands.
  13. Weishaar, S. (2016). Innovative technology and managing market transition. Paper presented at 5th Asia-Pacific International Conference: Innovative Technology Response to Climate Change, Seoul, Korea, Republic of.
  14. Rachovitsa, A. (2016). Is ICANN Using Public International Law as a Panacea for Internet Governance Issues?. Paper presented at ILA British Branch Spring Conference 2016 - Non-State Actors and Changing Relations in International Law, Lancaster, United Kingdom.
  15. Bruijn, L. M. (2016). Judicial Behavior And The War On Drugs In The Dutch Real Estate Sector: A quantitative analysis of Dutch litigation regarding drug-related closures . Paper presented at 3rd Annual International and Comparative Urban Law Conference, Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  16. Bex-Reimert, V. M., Brink, B., & gerritsen, W. (2016). Kwaliteitsbewaking onder de nieuwe Jeugdwet. Paper presented at Jaarcongres onderzoeksprogramma public trust and public law, Groningen, .
  17. Brandsma, F. (2016). Law in daily life: Parking fines and Roman law. Paper presented at Annual Kyushu University Law Conference, Fukuoka, Japan.
  18. Rachovitsa, A. (2016). “Legislation” by Technology while International Law Looks Away? The Internet Standardisation Bodies as Guardians of Online Privacy. Paper presented at 2016 ESIL Research Forum – ‘The Making of International Law', Istanbul , Turkey.
  19. Weishaar, S. (2016). Linking after Paris. Paper presented at Emissions Trading in North America and Beyond: Taking Stock and Looking Forward, Boston, United States.
  20. Weishaar, S., & Madani, S. (2016). Long-term economic viability of electricity capacities in the Western Balkans. Paper presented at 17th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, Groningen, Netherlands.
  21. Prakken, H. (2016). On how AI & Law can help autonomous systems obey the law: a position paper. Paper presented at AI for Justice, Den Haag, Netherlands.
  22. Bex-Reimert, V. M., Brink, B., Tolsma, H., & Gerritsen, W. (2016). Supervision as a risk for transparancy? An explorative study of the Dutch system of youth care. Paper presented at European Group for Public Administration (EGPA 2016), Utrecht, Netherlands.
  23. Voogsgeerd, H. (2016). The nature of the asymmetry between trade and labour rights in trade agreements of the EU. Paper presented at European Union in International Affairs V (EUIA), Brussels, Belgium.
  24. Hoops, B. (2016). The Public Purpose Requirement in Expropriation Law: A (Potentially) Rich Source of Safeguards against Arbitrary Expropriation. Paper presented at World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, Washington, D.C., United States.
  25. Brandsma, F. (2016). The spider weaves the curtains in the palace of the Caesars. Paper presented at 23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Belgrade, Serbia.
  26. Kettner, C., Kletzan -Slamanig, D., & Weishaar, S. (2016). Umweltsteuern aus ökonomischer und juristicher Perspective. Paper presented at CATs ExpertInnen-Workshop, Vienna, Austria.
  27. 2015
  28. van der Bles, A. M., Kanis, B., Otjes, S., & Postmes, T. (2015). Zeitgeist predicts protest voting. Abstract from 2015 ASPO Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  29. van der Bles, A. M., Kanis, B., Otjes, S., & Postmes, T. (2015). Zeitgeist predicts protest voting. Abstract from Political Psychology conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  30. Brink, B., & Marseille, A. (2015). The New Case Management Procedure at the Administrative Law Courts in the Neteherlands. Paper presented at European Group for Public Administration (EGPA 2015), Toulouse, France.
  31. Allern, H., Bale, T., & Otjes, S. (2015). Drifting Apart but not divorced? Relationships between Centre-Left Parties and Trade Unions in Established Democracies. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association, Vienna, Austria.
  32. Otjes, S. (2015). Explaining Patterns of Wholesale and Partial Alteration in Cabinet Composition. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association, Vienna, Austria.
  33. van Bochove, T. (2015). Between Scylla and Charibdis: Language, law and legal teaching during the reign of Justinian. Giornate di studio IL LATINO A BISANZIO / LATIN IN BYZANTIUM, CA. 400–800 AD, Roma, Italy.
  34. Willems, J. (2015). Een Koningsdrama in het kasteel: inleiding in het programmaboekje voor de Corporate Game van het SGOR. Corporate Game SGOR 2015, Groningen, United Kingdom.
  35. Li, L. (2015). Adoption of the international model of a well-governed land expropriation system in China: problems and the way forward. Paper presented at Linking land tenure and use for shared prosperity : annual world Bank conference on land and poverty, Washington DC, United States.
  36. Flegar, V. (2015). Can "extreme poverty" protect against refoulement? Economic refugees in the light of recent case law of the European Court of Human Rights. 1-13. Paper presented at Human Rights Law Centre Annual Student Conference "Migration and Human Rights: Perception v Reality" , Nottingham, United Kingdom.
  37. Weishaar, S. (2015). Stranded assets in the Western Balkans: Electricity capacities for electricity exports. Paper presented at The Energy Transitions Conference, Joensu, Finland.
  38. Tolsma, H. D., & de Graaf, K. J. (2015). Bending the rules: A Dutch approach to improving the flexible application of environmental standards . Paper presented at European Group for Public Administration (EGPA 2014), Speyer, Germany.
  39. Hoops, B. (2015). Change of Purpose in Expropriation Law: A Comparative Perspective. Paper presented at World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, Washington, D.C., United States.
  40. Weishaar, S. (2015). Environmental Standard Setting: Climate Change Regulation and Legal Risks and Opportunities under WTO Law. Paper presented at The Rise of the Regulatory State? Theory and Practive of the US, EU and China, Beijing, China.
  41. Wallinga, M. (2015). MiFID II: bringing private law under the scope of a public law framework?. ILS-Conference "Room for reflection", Leiden, Netherlands.
  42. 2014
  43. Nap, M. (2014). Eenhoofdigheid en meerhoofdigheid in de Europese Unie. Paper presented at Staatsrechtconferentie 2014:De architectuur van het openbaar bestuur; over collectieve en individuele besluitvorming, Groningen, Netherlands.

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