Krisen 978-3-16-156557-1 - Mohr Siebeck
Law

Jasper Finke

Krisen

Ein Erklärungsversuch dynamischer Rechtsentwicklungen in Krisenzeiten

[Crises. An Attempt to Explain Dynamic Legal Developments in Times of Crisis.]

2020. Approx. 230 pages.
forthcoming in September

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Published in German.
Conceptualizing crises as part of the normality-exception dichotomy turns a blind eye to the long-term effects of crises, especially the impact they have on the meaning of existing legislation. Jasper Finke reveals why changing interpretations in response to a crisis are to be understood as a process that is inherent to law and not something that is imposed on law.
Conceptualizing crises as part of the normality-exception dichotomy turns a blind eye to the long-term effects of crises, especially the impact they have on the meaning of existing legislation. Jasper Finke reveals why changing interpretations in response to a crisis are to be understood as a process that is inherent to law and not something that is imposed on law.
Authors/Editors

Jasper Finke Studium der Rechtswissenschaft in Kiel; Rechtsanwalt in Berlin; 2008–09 Master Studiengang an der Columbia University in New York; wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Universität Halle und am Graduiertenkolleg »Global Financial Markets«; Global Fellow an der NYU Law School; 2013–17 Juniorprofessor an der Bucerius Law School; 2015 Habilitation (Frankfurt/Main); Visiting Fellow am Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Cambridge; Lecturer in International Law, Edinburgh University School of Law; Visiting Fellow am Center for History and Economics, Harvard University; Rechtsanwalt in Berlin und Research Fellow am Institute for European Integration des Europa Kolleg Hamburg.

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