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  1. 2014
  2. Weyers, H. (2014). The right to know one's genetic origins: symbolic, behavioural or something in between?. Paper presented at Legal Research Network Conference 2014, Bristol, United Kingdom.
  3. Wallinga, M. (2014). Provision of financial services, violation of public law conduct of business rules, and private law norm settinga Dutch, German, and European perspective. Paper presented at Legal Research Network Summer School 2014: “The Interface of European and National Law", Bristol, United Kingdom.
  4. Hoops, B. (2014). Regulatory Governance and the Right to a Fair Expropriation Procedure. Paper presented at Conference on Regulatory Governance between Global and Local , Barcelona, Spain.
  5. Hoops, B. (2014). Popular Participation in Expropriation Procedures: A Comparative Law and Governance Study. Paper presented at World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty 2014, Washington, D.C., United States.
  6. Weyers, H. (2014). Regulating new families: lessons from mandatory sperm-donor registries. Paper presented at THE FAMILY KALEIDOSCOPE. Evolving Partnerships and Parenting, Antwerpen, Belgium.
  7. Weyers, H. (2014). Changing Law. Paper presented at Evolution or Revolution? The Biomaterials Property Debate and Changing Ethical, Legal, and Social Norms, Geneve, Switzerland.
  8. Weishaar, S. (2014). Bid rigging: tensions between competition law and public procurement law. Paper presented at Academisch Genootschap Aanbesteden, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  9. Weishaar, S. (2014). Competition and Procurement: 2014 reforms – mixed blessings or our happily ever after?. Paper presented at State aid and public procurement in the European Union, Maastricht, Netherlands.
  10. Beltman, D. (2014). Decision making regarding refugee and migrant children: Is the best interest of the child taken into account?. 290-291. Abstract from EUSARF 2014 'Making a difference', Copenhagen, Denmark.
  11. Weishaar, S. (2014). Der Handel mit Emissionszertifikaten. Paper presented at Marburger Zukunftsforum Energie, (Marburg Forum on the Future of Energy), Marburg, Germany.
  12. Weishaar, S. (2014). Energy Community Treaty and emissions trading: evidence of an unrecognized policy conflict. Paper presented at 27th workshop for law and economics, Erfurt, Germany.
  13. Weishaar, S. (2014). Fault lines between fees and taxes: learnings for US and EU Climate change policy. Paper presented at 15th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  14. Fikkers, S. (2014). Interests as key concepts of future generations. Paper presented at Rights to a Green Future, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  15. Milaj-Weishaar, J. (2014). Invalidation of the Data Retention Directive - Extending the proportionality test. Paper presented at Technology and Crime: Law, Privacy and Policy in the era of Big Data, Barcelona, Spain.
  16. Weishaar, S. (2014). Korean Emissions Trading System and linking. Paper presented at Korean studies seminar and opening Korea Corner, Groningen, Netherlands.
  17. Fikkers, S. (2014). Legislating for future generations: goal regulation. Paper presented at ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops 2014, Spain.
  18. Roy, S. (2014). Locating Agency in Automated Behaviour and Legitimated Authority. Abstract from Human Development and Capability Association Annual Conference, Athens, Greece.
  19. Weishaar, S. (2014). Market integration and external energy policy undermining the EU ETS: evidence of the neglected policy conflict of electricity leakage. Paper presented at 12th IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Colloquium, Tarragona, Spain.
  20. Weishaar, S. (2014). Reconciling Polluter Haven Hypothesis with carbon leakage empirics: need for new approaches. Paper presented at 31st Annual Conference of the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE) , Aix en Provence, France.
  21. Weishaar, S. (2014). Striking an uneasy balance between competition and market integration: the case of EU public procurement. Paper presented at Market Integration: The EU experience and implications for regulatory reform in China, Beijing, China.
  22. 2013
  23. Fikkers, S. (2013). Toekomstige generaties in het recht. Paper presented at VWR Wintervergadering 2013, Netherlands.
  24. Milaj-Weishaar, J. (2013). A privacy assessment of surveillance technologies. Paper presented at Privacy and identity management, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
  25. Milaj-Weishaar, J., & Weishaar, S. (2013). Emissions trading transaction logs and Data Protection? Bars to linking?. Paper presented at Environment taxation and green fiscal reform for a sustainable future, Kyoto, Japan.
  26. Weishaar, S. (2013). Incentivizing technologic change in Emissions trading systems: the case of excess supply. Paper presented at European Environmental Law Forum, Groningen, Netherlands.
  27. Hoogstra, N. (2013). Lex silencio positivo in de Wabo: Probleemloos stilzwijgend vergunnen?. Poster session presented at Vereniging voor Milieurecht Actualiteitendag 2013, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  28. Weishaar, S. (2013). Oversupply in the EU ETS: Politically induced regulatory inefficiency. Paper presented at 26th Workshop in Law and Economics, Erfurt, Germany.
  29. Milaj-Weishaar, J. (2013). Privacy of communication and the leviathanian technology advances. Paper presented at Online Privacy: Consenting to your future, Valletta, Malta.
  30. Vlek, C., Prakken, H., Renooij, S., & Verheij, B. (2013). Unfolding crime scenarios with variations: a method for building a Bayesian network for legal narratives. 145-154. Paper presented at The 26th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, Bologna, Italy.
  31. Weishaar, S. (2013). Unsustainable incongruencies: climate change policy reloaded. Paper presented at GESP research meeting on emission reduction, Groningen, Netherlands.
  32. 2012
  33. Willems, J. H. M. (2012). Non solus sed etiam: boni malique coniugatio. Paper presented at Corporate Game SGOR 2012, Netherlands.
  34. Weishaar, S. (2012). Auctioning EU ETS Allowances: A Law and Economics Assessment of Market Manipulation. Paper presented at 25th Workshop in Law and Economics, Erfurt, Germany.
  35. Weishaar, S. (2012). Hybrid emissions trading systems: what about efficiency?. Paper presented at policy-science-business roundtable on Opportunities with Climate Policy Development in China: Searching Regulatory Approaches for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation, Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, The Hague, Netherlands.
  36. Weishaar, S. (2012). Linking Emissions Trading Systems. Paper presented at U4 Bazaar Conference, Goettingen, Germany.
  37. Weishaar, S. (2012). The EU ETS Spot Market: A Law and Economics Assessment of Market Manipulation. Paper presented at 29th Annual Conference of the European Association of Law and Economics , Stockholm, Sweden.
  38. 2008
  39. Penna, D. (2008). Some examples of Legal Issues Arising from the Byzantine Imperial Acts towards Pisa, Venice and Genova in the 10th, 11th and 12th centuries. Paper presented at Promovendicongres Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid RUG, Groningen, Netherlands.
  40. Voerman, G. (2008). "The politician strikes back": De weblogs van Nederlandse politici. Paper presented at Politicologenetmaal, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
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