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Title:Same-sex spouses in the EU after Coman : more free movement, but what about marriage? Author(s):KOCHENOV, Dimitry; BELAVUSAU, UladzislauDate:2019Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI LAW; 2019/03Abstract:This paper provides a detailed critical analysis of the case of Coman, where the Court of Justice clarified that the meaning of the term ‘spouse’ in Directive 2004/38 was gender-neutral, opening up the door for same-sex ...
Title:The fathers and mothers of consumer law and policy in Europe : the foundational years 1950-1980 Editor(s):MICKLITZ, Hans-W.; HONDIUS, Ewoud; VAN MIERLO, Thom; ROETHE, ThomasDate:2019Citation:Florence : European University Institute, 2019, Law DepartmentType:BookAbstract:The book owes its origin to the sudden passing away of my mentor and friend Norbert Reich in 2015, the father of the consumer law in Germany. My Dutch colleagues and friends, Ewoud Hondius and Thom van Mierlo pushed me ...
Title:Scholars in self-estrangement (again) : rethinking the law of international organisations Author(s):VAN DEN MEERSSCHE, DimitriDate:2017Citation:London review of international law, 2017, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 455–480Type:Article
Title:Performing the rule of law in international organizations : Ibrahim Shihata and the World Bank’s turn to governance reform Author(s):VAN DEN MEERSSCHE, DimitriDate:2019Citation:Leiden journal of international law, 2019, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 47-69Type:ArticleAbstract:In recent years, the academic field of international institutional law has taken a clear ‘constitutional’ turn. In this normative endeavour, liberal ‘rule of law’ ideals are being reinvigorated, translated and projected ...
Title:The World Bank's lawyers : an inquiry into the life of law as institutional practice Author(s):VAN DEN MEERSSCHE, DimitriDate:2019Citation:Florence : European University Institute, 2019Version:Part of the PhD thesis draw on fragments of an earlier version published as an article 'Performing the rule of law in international organizations : Ibrahim Shihata and the World Bank’s turn to governance reform' (2019), in the journal 'Leiden journal of international law'
Part of the PhD thesis draw on fragments of an earlier version published as an article 'Scholars in self-estrangement (again) : rethinking the law of international organisations' (2017), in the journal 'London review of international law'
Part of the PhD thesis draw on fragments of an earlier version published as an article 'nternational organizations and the performativity of measuring states discipline through diagnosis' (2018), in the journal 'International organizations law review'Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of LawAbstract:In the landscape of global governance, international institutions have emerged as productive sites for the incubation, circulation and mediation of international law. Legal labor and imagination have often appeared as ...