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The Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law & Justice focuses on the study of international and European economic integration and European Union law via fellowship opportunities for scholars, and online resources for the greater academic world.

Fellowship Applications for the 2015-16 Academic Year are now open. Please apply by January 5th, 2015 to be considered in our pool for the coming year.

Our Most Recent Jean Monnet Working Papers

Jean Monnet Working Paper Series, 2014:

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No. 24/14: Joanna Kulesza
Protecting Human Rights Online --
An Obligation of Due Diligence

No. 23/14: Antoine Vauchez
Methodological Europeanism at the Cradle:
Methodological Entrepreneurs, the Acquis and the Making of Europe’s Cognitive Equipment

No. 22/14: Maciej Bernatt
Tailor-Made Rules Needed:
a Balanced Approach to Imposition of Administrative Sanctions in Poland

No. 21/14: Sung Hui Kim
Pari passu: The Nazi Gambit

No. 20/14: Niels Petersen
Balancing and Judicial Self-Empowerment
– On the rise of balancing in the jurisprudence of the German Constitutional Court –
No. 19/14: Luis Barroso
The Challenges of the New Administrative State of the European Union
and the Case for a Fluid Law of Controls

No. 18/14: Laurence Boisson de Chazournes
Responsibility of International Organizations in Financial Partnerships: Some Remarks

No. 17/14: Valentina Vadi
Toward a Lex Administrativa Culturalis?
The Adjudication of Cultural Disputes Before Investment Arbitral Tribunals

No. 16/14: Armin von Bogdandy
Common Principles for a Plurality of Orders
A Study on Public Authority in the European Legal Area

No. 15/14: Arie Rosen
Two Logics of Authority: Reason and Fiat in Modern Law

No. 14/14: George Katrougalos
Global Administrative Law and Democracy

No. 13/14: Rike U. Krämer
“Trade and” Environment: Diagonal Conflicts in WTO, EU and U.S. Procurement Law

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