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Economic Analysis of International Law

Contributions to the XIIIth Travemünde Symposium on the Economic Analysis of Law (March 29–31, 2012)
Ed. by Thomas Eger, Stefan Oeter and Stefan Voigt

[Ökonomische Analyse des internationalen Rechts. Beiträge zum XIII. Travemünder Symposium zur ökonomischen Analyse des Rechts (29.-31. März 2012).]

2014. XIII, 337 pages.
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The topics covered in this volume range from classics of the on-going discussion on the economic analysis of international law – like the issue of the legitimacy of customary international law – to rather new topics such as internet privacy, private military contractors, combat against piracy, the International Criminal Court and the highly topical issue of 'land grabbing.'
The topics covered in this volume range from classics of the on-going discussion on the economic analysis of international law – such as the issue of legitimacy of customary international law – to more recent topics such as internet privacy, private military contractors, the fight against piracy, the International Criminal Court and the highly topical issue of land grabbing.
Survey of contents
Stefan Oeter: The Legitimacy of Customary International Law – Georg von Wangenheim: Comment on Stefan Oeter – Discussion on Stefan Oeter summarized by José CaiadoStefan Voigt: The Economics of Informal International Law – An Empirical Assessment – Peter Lewisch: Comment on Stefan Voigt – Discussion on Stefan Voigt summarized by Christopher KimmerleHaksoo Ko: Law and Technology of Data Privacy: A Case for International Harmonization – Michael Fehling: Comment on Haksoo Ko – Discussion on Haskoo Ko summarized by José CaiadoThilo Marauhn: Private Military Contractors – Mercenaries Outside the Scope of Law? – Discussion on Thilo Marauhn summarized by Jerg Gutmann - Christopher R. Drahozal: Some Observations on the Economics of Comity – Dieter Schmidtchen: Comment on Christopher R. Drahozal – Discussion on Christopher R. Drahozal summarized by Jan EngelmannBirgit Feldtmann: Fighting Maritime Piracy – On Possible Actions and Consequences – Max Gössler: Comment on Birgit Feldtmann – Discussion on Birgit Feldtmann summarized by Viola PriftiFlorian Jeßberger/Julia Geneuss: A Success? Reflections on the First Ten Years of the International Criminal Court – Eyal Benvenisti: Comment on Florian Jeßberger/Julia Geneuss – Discussion on Florian Jeßberger/Julia Geneuss summarized by Joseb GudiashviliChristian Kirchner: The European Constitutional Impossibility Theorem – Thomas Eger: Comment on Christian Kirchner – Discussion on Christian Kirchner summarized by Elif ErdemogluChristian Häberli: Foreign Direct Investment in Agriculture: Land Grab or Food Security Improvement? – Laarni Escresa: Comment on Christian Häberli – Discussion on Christian Häberli summarized by Johannes Schwarze
Authors/Editors

Thomas Eger is a professor of Law and Economics at the University of Hamburg, Faculty of Law, Vice-Dean for Research and International Affairs and director of the Institute of Law and Economics.

Stefan Oeter is a professor of Public Law and International Law and director of the Institute for International Affairs at the University of Hamburg as well as chairman of the Historical Commission of International Society for Military Law and the Laws of War and member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, Den Haag.

Stefan Voigt is a professor at the University of Hamburg and director of the Institute for Law and Economics at the University of Hamburg, fellow of the CESifo in Munich and connected to the International Centre for Economic Research (ICER) in Turin.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: European Journal of Law and Economics — 2015, 183 (Jürgen G. Backhaus)
In: Journal of Economic Literature — 53 (2015), Heft 2