giovedì 21 maggio 2015

Bando Programma di Dottorato di IMT Alti Studi Lucca


Si informa che è aperto il nuovo bando di selezione per l'accesso al Programma di Dottorato di IMT Alti Studi Lucca per i seguenti curricula di specializzazione:

    • Analysis and Management of Cultural Heritage
    • Computer Science and Systems Engineering
    • Economics, Management and Data Science

    martedì 19 maggio 2015

    !!! New Paper by Prof. P.G. Monateri: "The Equivalence of Political and Economic Allocations" - Cardozo Accepted Papers Series


    Title: The Equivalence of Political and Economic Allocations
    Author: P.G. Monateri
     
    Abstract:     
    The aim of this paper is to analyse what does it happen when we introduce “violence”, threats and self-help, into economic models. This will be done considering the alternative between a market or a political allocation. The conclusions will be:

    a) That under standard assumptions there is no difference between a market allocation and a political allocation; and so that there is no inner superiority in a market allocation in comparison with a political one.


    b) That if we move away from these standard assumptions, then the only real economic problem becomes a “political” problem, and that there cannot be efficient conclusions which are independent from an initial allocation of force and resources.

    Number of Pages in PDF File: 10
    Keywords: Law and Economics, Economic Allocation, Property Rights, Violence, Blackmail, Political, Coase, International Relations, Efficiency, Social Cost.


    Download HERE 

    domenica 26 aprile 2015

    Il diritto all'oblio ai tempi di Internet - Giorgio Resta, Vincenzo Zeno-Zencovich



    Si segnala il nuovissimo volume – edito  dalla Roma TrE-Press – curato da Giorgio Resta e da Vincenzo Zeno-Zencovich su “Il diritto all’oblio su Internet dopo la sentenza Google Spain” che contiene 12 approfonditi commenti alla sentenza della Corte di Giustizia, da diverse prospettive.

    Il volume è pubblicato sotto licenza “creative commons” ed è dunque liberamente scaricabile dalla pagina 

    venerdì 24 aprile 2015

    Call for Papers - Issues of Fact: the Pathologies of Fact and the Fictitious in Law and the Humanities

     

    Call for Papers

    Issues of Fact: the Pathologies of Fact and the Fictitious in Law and the Humanities

    A three-day conference organized by Jeanne Gaakeer and Frans-Willem Korsten

    To be held September 24-26, 2015

    Erasmus School of Law & Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication – Leiden - University Centre for the Arts in Society

    Deadline application: a proposal of max. 300 words should be sent to issuesoffact@gmail.com before May 15th, 2015.

     For further information, please visit here.

    lunedì 20 aprile 2015

    XXIII Colloquio biennale dell'Associazione Italiana di Diritto Comparato





    Giovedì 11, venerdì 12 e sabato 13 giugno si celebra il XXIII Colloquio biennale dell'Associazione Italiana di Diritto Comparato presso Palazzo Chiaromonte - Steri sede del Rettorato dell'Università di Palermo, iniziativa curata dal Dipartimento di Studi Europei e dell'Integrazione Internazionale (D.E.M.S.) della stessa Università. 
    All'interno del Colloquio, tra le numerose sessioni di lavoro, segnaliamo la tavola rotonda d'apertura, programmata per giovedì 11 giugno ore 16:00, dal titolo The legacy of Patrick Glenn. Teaching comparative law in the 21st Century, alla quale interverranno B. Favaurque-Cosson, D. Jutras, G. Napolitano, R. Sabato, A. Sherr, V. Trstenjak e L. Moccia; venerdì 12 giugno ore 18:30 la presentazione del volume degli studi in ricordo di Giovanni  Criscuoli, che vede gli interventi di G. Corso, S. Mazzamuto, A. Miranda, P. Stanzione e M. Serio; sabato 13 giugno ore 9:00 tavola rotonda di chiusura dal titolo Comparative Law Handbooks: Past, Present, Future, alla quale parteciperanno G. Ajani, G. De Vergottini, G.F. Ferrari, U. Mattei, P.G. Monateri, L. Pegoraro, A Somma e S. Sica. 
    Il programma completo del Colloquio può essere consultato al sito http://www.dirittocomparato.org/doc/COLLOQUIOPALERMO.pdf; la scheda di iscrizione, all'interno della quale tutte le informazioni utili a tal fine, può essere scaricata visitando il sito http://www.dirittocomparato.org/doc/SCHEDA_DI_ISCRIZIONE.pdf

    martedì 14 aprile 2015

    The new website about comparative law, by Professor Arroyo!





    Dear Colleagues,

    It is my pleasure to invite you to visit the new website of our Academy on www.iuscomparatum.org

    In addition to the information concerning the Academy, its members, and all our activities, you will find also a multi-blog with four sections: case law, legislative reform, doctrine and academic events. I hope that the multi-blog, as well as the "news" tab will be very dynamic.

    You will receive in a few days the new version of the Academy Directory. Perhaps you have received it already. It has been prepared with great care.

    I remain available for any question related to the new website and to the Directory.

    With my best regards,

    Diego P. Fernández Arroyo
    Secretary-General of the International Academy of Comparative Law


    lunedì 13 aprile 2015

    Nuovo Realismo & Letteratura - Giornate di studi, 20/21 aprile - Università degli Studi di Torino




    Importante convegno che si terrà il 20-21 aprile sul nuovo realismo in letteratura, a cura del Dottorato di Comparatistica.
     
    Per maggiori informazioni sul programma, clicca qui.

    venerdì 10 aprile 2015

    International Economic Law and the Challenges of Global Inequality - CTLS Academic Annual Conference 2015 17-18 April 2015

    Academic Annual Conference 2015

    International Economic Law
    and the Challenges of Global Inequality

     

    CTLS Academic Annual Conference 2015
    17-18 April 2015 :: Moot Court Room :: Somerset House East Wing

     
    Somerset House
     
    Increasing economic inequality within and between countries is one of the greatest intellectual and policy challenges of our time. From social movements such as ‘Occupy Wall Street’, ‘We are the 99%’, and the ‘Indignados’, to new treatises including Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty First Century, inequality is centre-stage when we think about the world’s present social and economic condition. The promise of shared prosperity that underwrote economic liberalisation a generation ago remains elusive. Although a few have yielded great benefits from a global economy, many have seen their income stagnate or decline. In many rich countries economic opportunities for youth are bleaker than those of their parents, shattering assumptions of trans-generational progress and social mobility.

    These dramatic changes were ushered in by a model of economic liberalization structured at the global and domestic levels by law and regulation. The CTLS Academic Annual Conference will explore whether and how international economic law has helped shaped the current conditions of inequality and whether it might help shape solutions. The conference will focus on four main areas: trade, investment, labour, and tax. The conference will also explore interactions between the different fields and how they may illuminate similar problems from different angles.

    Key questions include:
    • constraints in capacity of the State to regulate economic and social policy;
    • global regulatory competition in tax, labour, and investment law;
    • global initiatives to address collective action problems;
    • asymmetry of global movement of capital and labour;
    • critiques of the State as the best entity to promote welfare.
    Convenors: Cian Murphy (King’s College London) & Alvaro Santos (Georgetown University).

    Speakers include: Yuri Biondi (Crns - ESCP Europe), Liam Campling (Queen Mary University of London), Simon Deakin (Cambridge University), Julio Faundez (Warwick University), Susan Franck (Washington and Lee University), Robert Howse (New York University), Ann Mumford (King’s College London), Ann O’Connell (University of Melbourne), Federico Ortino (King’s College London), David Quentin (Stone King), Kerry Rittich (University of Toronto), David Schneiderman (University of Toronto), Hila Shamir (Tel Aviv University), Fiona Smith (Warwick University), Robert Wai (Osgoode Hall).

    Space at the conference is extremely limited. To request a place please register via EventBrite and our conference support team will be in touch.

    Venue Information

    The conference will take place in the Moot Court Room, Somerset House East Wing, at King's College London's Strand Campus. Please arrive at the Somerset House East Wing reception and you will be directed to the conference venue.

    Founded in 2008, the Center for Transnational Legal Studies is a global partnership of leading law faculties with a shared commitment to addressing pressing problems of transnational law and governance.

    Invitation - Conférence "The Internet and Citizen Empowerment" 13 avril - SciencesPo


    giovedì 9 aprile 2015

    Call for papers - "Issues of Fact: the Pathologies of Fact and the Fictitious in Law and the Humanities"



    Call for Papers

    Issues of Fact: the Pathologies of Fact and the Fictitious in Law and the Humanities

    A three-day conference organized by Jeanne Gaakeer and Frans-Willem Korsten

    To be held September 24-26, 2015

    Erasmus School of Law & Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication – Leiden - University Centre for the Arts in Society

    Deadline application: a proposal of max. 300 words should be sent to issuesoffact@gmail.com before May 15th, 2015.

    For more detailed information: click HERE

    lunedì 30 marzo 2015

    Legal pluralism in Europe and the ordre public exception: normative and judicial perspectives - International Workshop - 16 and 17 April 2015, Trento




    The International Workshop draws its inspiration from the circumstance of several countries in Europe experiencing a growing number of cases in which individuals (mainly immigrants) claim to have a series of family and personal matters regulated by the law of their country of origin, under international private law.
    In so far as this foreign law corresponds to – or is largely influenced by – Islamic law (or other religious law), domestic legal systems in Europe face the problem of reviewing the compatibility of such religiously inspired foreign law with domestic (and European) fundamental rights standards, mainly by applying the public policy (ordre public) exception which prevents the administrative application or the judicial enforcement of foreign law or foreign judicial or administrative decisions that are qualified as incompatible.
    The International Workshop aims at considering the current attitude shown  by  the judiciary in legal systems strongly influenced by Islamic law as well as in some European states, while ultimately focusing  on whether a shared European ordre public exception in the field of family law is emerging in case law.


    Full description of the event: here and here.

    martedì 24 marzo 2015

    New issue of the German Law Journal!

     New issue of the German Law Journal
    - the first to appear in 2015.


    Throughout the Journal's sixteen years, time and again, we have delivered on our broad mandate:  "Review of Developments in German, European and International Jurisprudence."  But we have seldom be so comprehensive in a single issue.  Here we present you with excellent scholarship from each of those fields.

    And we continue our tradition of timely and thoghtful commentary on the most important recent developments with a remarkable "special section" on the CJEU's controversial Opinion 2/13.

    It is another excellent issue.  We hope it makes a contribution to your engagement with the diverese issues covered.  We also hope it inspires you to contribute your work to the GLJ for publication.  We understand very well that the Journal's first purpose is to provide an effective and dynamic platform for the work of scholars.  For that reason, the GLJ is - and always has been - an online/open-access scholarly forum.  Your articles, commentary, notes and reviews will benefit from exposure to the Journal's large readership (each published text receives an average of 500 views in the first month of publication) and the Journla's established reputation (it is placed #1 and #2 in the relevant impact-factor rankings).

    There are other profound services the GLJ offers it authors.  The peer-review board often offers thoughful feeback.  And the student editors invest themselves in each accepted text, offering native-language style edits, formatting the content for publicaiton, and aligning the citations with the Journal's style-guide.  The student editors' contribution to this important project is especially on my mind as we publish this issue because it is the time of year when the current team, in preparation for graduation in a few weeks, hands it responsibilities to a new group of editors.  I want to take this opportunity - on behalf of the all those connected with the Journal (editors and authors and readers) - to thank them for their dedication and committment.  This is particularly true of the outgoing chief editor of the student team, Brenna Duncan.  Working from here in the Virginia countryside, Brenna and the other W&L students are an absolutely esstential and tireless, but too-often unremarked, part of the the Journal's success.  For all of that - I hope you'll join me in thanking them.

    domenica 15 marzo 2015

    Call for Papers - Rileggendo Pasolini: il diritto dopo "la scomparsa delle lucciole"


    I giovani ricercatori del Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza dell'Università di Perugia hanno lanciato un call for papers sul tema Rileggendo Pasolini: il diritto dopo "la scomparsa delle lucciole" in vista del convegno che si terrà sempre a Perugia dal 15 al 18 luglio. La scadenza per l'invio di una proposta di paper è fissata al 22 maggio 2015. Ulteriori informazioni sui temi dell'iniziativa e le modalità di partecipazione in http://www.dirittocomparato.org/doc/pasolini.pdf

    CONVEGNI, SEMINARI, EVENTI - Marzo/Giugno 2015




    Mercoledì 25 marzo ore 10:00 presso il Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza dell'Università di Napoli Federico II è programmato il convegno dal titolo Magna Carta e rule of law nell'ordinamento inglese. Ad ottocento anni dalla redazione del documento fondativo delle libertà britanniche (1215 - 2015). Ulteriori dettagli sull'iniziativa in http://www.dirittocomparato.org/doc/magnacarta.pdf
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    Lunedì 27 aprile ore 10:00 presso la sede dell'Avvocatura dello Stato in Roma si tiene il convegno dal titolo Diritto ed economia di mercato. Per ulteriori dettagli sul programma si può consultare http://www.dirittocomparato.org/doc/avvocatura.pdf
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    Giovedì 25 e venerdì 26 giugno si svolge, presso la Erasmus School of Law dell'Università di Rotterdam, la International Conference on Legal Argumentation and  the Rule of Law. Ulteriori informazioni sul programma del convegno e sulle modalità di partecipazione sono disponibili al sito http://legalargumentation.com

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