2023 Research from the University of Amsterdam

Here’s a selection of papers published in 2023 by some of the UvA researchers, Sustainable Global Economic Law.

Bartl, M. Imaginaries of Prosperity as Constitutional Imaginaries. European Constitutional Imaginaries: Between Ideology and Utopia. ed. / J. Komárek. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2023. p. 360-377.

Bogoeski, V. Nonwaivability of Labour Rights, Individual Waivers and the Emancipatory Function of Labour Law. In: Industrial Law Journal, Vol. 52, No. 1, 03.2023, p. 179–213.

Bose, D. Decentring narratives around business and human rights instruments: An example of the French devoir de vigilance law. In: Business and Human Rights Journal, Vol. 8, No. 1, 02.2023, p. 18-42.

Cusato, E. Ecology in the war against Ukraine and beyond. In: ESIL Newsletter, Vol. 2023, No. Winter, 2, 2023.

Eckes, C. The Autonomy of EU Law: the Case of the Energy Charter TreatyEuropean Papers.

Ferrari, Valeria (Editor); Leiter, Andrea (Editor); Idelberger, Florian (Editor) et al. Log Out. A Glossary of Technological Resistance and Decentralization. Institute of Network Cultures, 2023.

Isailovic, I. The Political Economy of the European Green Deal, Neoliberalism and the (Re)production of Inequalities, Green deals & justice symposium with Afronomics Law.

Leone, C.; van Duin, J. Doubling down on debt? Legal responses to private debt as a business model in the Netherlands. Regulation of Debt Collection in Europe: Understanding Informal Debt Collection Practices. ed. / C.-G. Stănescu. London: Routledge, 2023. p. 116-137 (Routledge Research in Finance and Banking Law).

Lorenzo, J.A.P, Differential Treatment and Inequalities under the Sustainable Development Goals: Beyond Preferential Market Access. In: Law and Development Review, 05.06.2023.

Venzke, I. & Isailovic, I. Law-Law-Land. A Conversation about International Law, Sustainability, and Solidarity. In: Arts of the Working Class, issue 26