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Vesna Lazic
Associate Professor at the Molengraaff Institute for Private Law, Utrecht University and a Senior Researcher at the T.M.C. Asser Institute, The Hague.

William Robinson
The author is a coordinator in the Legal Revisers Group of the European Commission's Legal Service. The views expressed are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of the Commission. This article focuses on the drafting processes in a standard procedure for the adoption of an EC act by the European Parliament and the Council and is far from exhaustive.

Alfred E. Kellermann
Team Leader EU Project Strengthening the Ministry of European Integration in Tirana; Legal and Policy Advisor T.M.C Asser Institute, the Hague.

Gil Carlos Rodríguez Iglesias
Director, Real Instituto Elcano, Professor of Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, and former President of the European Court of Justice. I should like to thank the Editors of this Special Issue of the European Journal of Law Reform for their kind invitation to write this brief foreword. This gives me an opportunity to make up for my involuntary absence from the Conference on The Lisbon Treaty (and its rejection?): Internal and External Implications, organised by the Davis Institute for International Relations and the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration, in Jerusalem, on 12-14 July 2008.

Claudio Mandrino
Reasercher at University of Turin (Italy). This paper was first presented at the international conference on “The Lisbon Reform Treaty: Internal and External Implications” organized by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, by the Davis Institute for International Relations and by the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration, 13-14 July 2008.

Sarah Seeger
Sarah Seeger is a researcher at the Center for Applied Policy Research (CAP) at the LMU Munich. This article is based on a paper presented at the international conference “The Lisbon Reform Treaty: Internal and External Implications” at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 13-14 July 2008. I am grateful to Dr. Guy Harpaz, an anonymous referee, Dr. Carlos Closa and the participants of the conference for their helpful comments.

Eve Chava Landau
Professor of Law at Webster University Geneva, LL.B. (London) Docteur en droit (Paris), Diploma of the Hague Academy of International Law, Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung (Frankfurt/Main). Senior Research Fellow of the L. Davis Institute (Jerusalem). Taught at the Universities of Luxembourg, Geneva, Tel-Aviv and the Hebrew University Jerusalem, published numerous legal books and articles on International and European legal topics.

Sergio Fabbrini
Professor of Political Science at the University of Trento (Italy) where he directs the School of International Studies, and the editor of the Italian Journal of Political Science. Address: University of Trento, School of International Studies, via Verdi 8/10, I-38100 Trento, Italy, Sergio.Fabbrini@sis.unitn.it.
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Access_open Introduction: Staying out of court

Journal Erasmus Law Review, Issue 5 2008
Authors René van Swaaningen

René van Swaaningen

Marc A. Loth
Marc Loth is Professor of Jurisprudence and Legal Theory and Dean of the School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Judith van Erp
Judith van Erp is senior researcher at the department of Criminology at the School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently carrying out a research project on naming and shaming, which is funded by the Dutch Council for Scientific Research. The author wishes to thank Henk van de Bunt for his valuable comments on an earlier draft.

Wim Huisman
Wim Huisman is Professor of Criminology at the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam.

Monique Koemans
Monique Koemans MA. MSc is a Ph.D. fellow at the University of Leiden.
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Burke leeft en woont in Nederland

Over volksvertegenwoordigers en de invloed van de publieke opinie

Journal Res Publica, Issue 3 2008
Keywords public opinion, representative democracy, parliament, Dutch politics
Authors Christel Koop and Joop van Holsteyn
AbstractAuthor's information

    According to many observers, contemporary politicians too often are being swayed by the issues of the day. Elected representatives are supposed to permanently monitor public opinion in general and opinion polls in particular and to act accordingly. An analysis of in-depth interviews with Dutch MPs and a content analysis of an important, long-lasting debate in Dutch Parliament indicates, however, that this popular claim is a misconception. Elected representatives disagree on the content and manifestations of ‘public opinion’ and seldom take it into consideration in their role as representatives. Moreover, public opinion is taken seriously only if it is well-considered and based on substantive knowledge and conclusive arguments.


Christel Koop
Drs. C.M.M. Koop is verbonden aan het Europees Universitair Instituut in Florence.

Joop van Holsteyn
Prof. dr. J.J.M. van Holsteyn is als universitair hoofddocent en bijzonder hoogleraar Kiezersonderzoek verbonden aan het departement Politieke Wetenschap van de Universiteit Leiden.

Willem van Boom

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

Louis Visscher
Dr. Louis Visscher is Assistant Professor of Law and Economics, Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics (RILE), School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Hans van Houtte
Professor of Law, K.U.Leuven, Belgium (hans.vanhoutte@law.kuleuven.be), formerly Commissioner and Legal Chair at the CRPC (1996–2003), arbitrator at the CRT (1998–2001), member UNCC (1999–2002), presently President of the Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission (2001 - ).

Iasson Yi
Assistant at the K.U.Leuven, Belgium, working on the research project on ‘Mass Claims Settlement and the Restoration of Property Rights in the Post-Conflict Situations.’

Andrea Pinna
Avocat au Barreau de Paris, France. Research Director at Institut de droit des affaires internationales Paris, France. Formerly Assistant Professor, Erasmus University Rotterdam. The author wishes to thank the board of the Erasmus Law Review and two anonymous referees for their useful comments. Research for this article was finalised September 1st, 2007.

Gabriël Oosthuizen
Gabriël Oosthuizen is executive director of International Criminal Law Services Foundation (ICLS), a Hague-based NGO (www.icls-foundation.org).

Robert Schaeffer
Robert Schaeffer is an ICLS assistant. The views expressed in this article are their own, and do not refl ect the views of ICLS.

Harry Post
Harry Post is General Editor of the HJJ-JJH and Editor-in-chief of the Hague Justice Portal.


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