European Journal of Law Reform

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Issue 3-4, 2004


Authors Frank Emmert
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Frank Emmert
Editorial Board Member. John S. Grimes Professor of Law and Director of the Center for International and Comparative Law at Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis.

Bonum Commune - An Outline

Authors Kurt Seelmann
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Kurt Seelmann
Professor of Legal Philosophy, University of Basle School of Law.

Paul H. Dembinski
Observatoire de la Finance, Geneva & University of Fribourg.

Towards a Common Good: A Path to Utopia?

Authors Mario G. Losano

Mario G. Losano

Jean-Michel Bonvin
Jean-Michel Bonvin is Professor at the Department of Sociology, University of Geneva - jeanmichel.bonvin@socio.unige.ch.

Sandra Lavenex
Institute of Political Science, University of Lucerne, Switzerland.

Véronique Zanetti
Professor at the Fakultät für Geschichtswissenschaft, Philosophie und Theologie, Abteilung Philosophie, Universität Bielefeld. A first, slightly different, version has appeared in A. Follesdal & Th. Pogge (Eds.), Real World Justice 199-214 (2005).

Mark Joób
Institut für Rechtsphilosophie, University of Graz, Austria. Mark Joób is Swiss participant in the research training network “Applied Global Justice” of the European Union (HPRN-CT-200200231)

Frank Emmert
John S. Grimes Professor of Law and Director of the Center for International and Comparative Law at Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis. Some of the ideas and arguments contained in this paper have been developed earlier and in more detail in F. Emmert, Labor, Environmental Standards, and World Trade Law, 10 (1) University of California Davis Journal of International Law and Policy 75-167 (2003). Some footnotes are direct copies from that publication. I would like to thank my assistant, Ms. Sabrina Salewski, for her support in the preparation of the present manuscript. The usual disclaimer applies. Comments and suggestions may be sent to femmert@iupui.edu.

Christian Giordano
Department of Social Anthropology, University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

Jürg Martin Gabriel
Professor (em.), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich, Switzerland.