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Introduction, Problem and Finalists Briefs

17th Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition, 2008: Case Concerning the Continued Provision of Lifeline Satellite Services to Countries in the Face of Satellite Operator Insolvency (Concordia and Landia v. Usurpia)

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 10 2008

Hjalmar van Marle
Hjalmar van Marle is Professor of forensic psychiatry at the Erasmus University Medical Centre and at the School of Law of Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

Barbara Pozzo
Barbara Pozzo is Professor of private comparative law at the School of Law of University of Insubria, Como, Italy.

Alessandra Arcuri
Dr. Alessandra Arcuri is Assistant Professor, Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics (RILE), Department of International Law, School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam. Email: acuri@frg.eur.nl. The author wishes to thank an anonymous referee, Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci and the editorial board of the Erasmus Law Review for thoughtful comments; the usual disclaimer applies.

James Boyd White
James Boyd White is Hart Wright Professor of Law, Professor of English, and Adjunct Professor of Classical Studies, The University of Michigan.
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Multi- and interdisciplinarity: mere theory or just practice?

Journal Erasmus Law Review, Issue 3 2008
Authors Jeanne Gaakeer

Jeanne Gaakeer

Roger Van den Bergh
Guest editor, Professor of Law and Economics and Director of the Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics (RILE), School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Roberto Pardolesi
Roberto Pardolesi is Professor of Comparative Law and Private Law at the Guido Carli University of Rome.

Bruno Tassone
Bruno Tassone is Attorney in Rome, Professor of Civil Law Torts at the Guido Carli University of Rome and Professor of Copyright Law at the University of Terano.

Michael G. Faure
Michael G. Faure is Professor of Law and Economics at the METRO Institute, University of Maastricht and at the Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics (RILE), School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam. I am grateful to Roger Van den Bergh and to an anonymous referee for useful comments on an earlier version of this paper.

Ben Depoorter
Ben Depoorter is Associate Professor of Law, University Miami School of Law; Ghent University. The author is grateful to Allison Freidin for her exemplary research assistance.

Claus Ott
Claus Ott is Professor Emeritus, University of Hamburg, Faculty of Law, Judge (ret.) at the Hanseatic Court of Appeals.

Hans-Bernd Schäfer
Hans-Bernd Schäfer is Professor of Economics, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg. For their valuable comments, the authors wishes to thank Roger Van den Bergh and Thomas Eger and the participants of the Mestmäcker colloqium on the autonomist vs. the welfarist concept of law at the Max Planck Institute Hamburg and the Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg, in July 2008.

Peter Castenmiller

    The doctrine of benevolent empire posits that unilateral security governance has become a necessary and legitimate form of global governance. After first assessing if imperial governance can even be considered an instance of global governance, its claim of legitimacy is scrutinised. It is argued, with reference to the political philosophy of Thomas Hobbes, that its strategy of legitimation is eventually doomed to fail because benevolent empire appears to downplay both the importance of education in forging legitimacy and the context-specific nature of legitimacy.


Jacobus Delwaide
Jacobus Delwaide is als politicoloog verbonden aan de KUB/HUB.

Jorg Kustermans
Jorg Kustermans is verbonden aan de vakgroep Europese en Internationale Politiek van de Universiteit Antwerpen.
Symposium

Het cordon sanitaire en het ontluiken der democratie?

Journal Res Publica, Issue 1 2008
Authors Jos Geysels, Sarah de Lange and Meindert Fennema

Jos Geysels

Sarah de Lange

Meindert Fennema

Wouter van der Brug
Wouter van der Brug is sinds vorig jaar hoogleraar Algemene Politicologie aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam. Hij trad daarmee in de voetsporen van vier illustere voorgangers die deze leerstoel eerder bekleedden, te weten Jan Barents, Hans Daudt, Hanspeter Kriesi en Cees van der Eijk. Van der Brug publiceerde recentelijk onder meer The Economy and the Vote (met Cees van der Eijk en Mark Franklin; Cambridge University Press, 2007) en European Elections and Domestic Politics (met Cees van der Eijk; University of Notre Dame Press, 2007). Dit artikel is een bewerking van de inaugurele rede die hij uitsprak op 28 november 2007.
Book Review

Nederlandse toestanden

Journal Res Publica, Issue 1 2008
Authors Joop van Holsteyn

Joop van Holsteyn
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