Working papers series
The main channel by which M-EPLI supports and disseminates the scholarship of its members is the M-EPLI papers series, available in PDF format at SSRN. The series is also open to interested third parties and is edited by an editorial committee. We encourage you to send in papers that fall within the ambit of M-EPLI’s interests. You can submit them to email@example.com.
Bram Akkermans, The Use of the Functional Method In European Union Property Law, No. 2013/07
Jaap Hage, Conceptual Tools for Legislators Part 2: Pathways through the World of Law, No. 2013/06
Caroline Cauffman, The Principle of Proportionality and European Contract Law, No. 2013/05
Caroline Cauffman, The Impact of EU Law on Belgian Consumer Law Terminology, No. 2013/04
Caroline Cauffman, The Impact of Voidness for Infringement of Article 101 TFEU on Linked Contracts, No. 2013/03
Jan Smits, Private Law in a Post-National Society: From Ex Post to Ex Ante Governance Maastricht European Private Law Institute, No. 2013/2
Jan Smits, Problems of Uniform Sales Law – Why the CISG May Not Promote International Trade Maastricht European Private Law Institute, No. 2013/1
Jaakko Husa, Legal Culture vs. Legal Tradition - Different Epistemologies?, No 2012/18
Jan Smits and William Bull, European Harmonisation of Intellectual Property Law: Towards a Competitive Model and a Critique of the Proposed Unified Patent Court, No 2012/16
Jan Smits, Rethinking Methods in European Private Law, No 2012/15
Bram Akkermans & Eveline Ramaekers, Lex Rei Sitae in Perspective: National Developments of a Common Rule? No 2012/14
Jan Smits, Party Choice and the Common European Sales Law, or: How to Prevent the CESL from Becoming a Lemon on the Law Market, No 2012/13
Constanze Semmelman, The Public-Private Divide in European Union Law or an Overkill of Functionalism, No 2012/12
Jan Smits, The Common European Sales Law (CESL) Beyond Party Choice, No 2012/11
Jaap Hage, Juridical Acts and the Gap between Is and Ought, No 2012/10
Jan Smits, What Do Nationalists Maximise? A Public Choice Perspective on the (Non-) Europeanization of Private Law, No 2012/9
Jaap Hage, The Deontic Furniture of the World: An Analysis of the Basic Concepts that Embody Normativity, No 2012/8
Constanze Semmelmann, Legal Principles in EU Law as an Expression of a European Legal Culture between Unity and Diversity, No 2012/7
Ursula Pachl, The Common European Sales Law - Have the Right Choices Been Made? A Consumer Policy Perspective, No 2012/6
Giesela Ruhl, The Common European Sales Law: 28th Regime, 2nd Regime or 1st Regime?, No 2012/5
Nicole Kornet, The Common European Sales Law and the CISG-Complicating or simplifying the Legal Environment?, No 2012/4
Caroline Cauffman, Access to Leniency related Documents after Pfleiderer, No 2012/3
Gary Low, A Numbers Game – The Legal Basis for an Optional Instrument in European Contract Law, No 2012/2
Jan Smits, A Radical View of Legal Pluralism, No 2012/1
Jaap Hage, Construction or Reconstruction? On the Function of Argumentation in the Law, No 2011/37
Jaap Hage, Can Legal Theory Be Objective? , No 2011/36
Jan Smits, Michael G. Faure, Does Law Matter? An Introduction, No 2011/35
Caroline Cauffman, The interaction of Leniency Programmes and Actions for Damages, No 2011/34
Mieke Olaerts & Caroline Cauffman, Química: further developing the rules on parent company liability. No 2011/33
Mirjami Paso, Court of Justice of the European union as a rhetorical figure. No 2011/32
Jan Smits, Is Law a Parasite? An Evolutionary Explanation of Differences Among Legal Traditions, No 2011/31
Bram Akkermans, The European Union Development of European Property law, No 2011/30
Bram Akkermans, The role of the (D)CFR in the making of European property Law, No 2011/29
Remco van Rhee, Harmonisation of civil procedure: an historical and comparative perspective, No 2011/28
Bram Akkermans, The European Union Development of European Property Law, No 2011/27
Bram Akkermans & E. Ramaekers, Free Movement of Goods and Property Law, No 2011/26
Lars van Vliet, Acquisition and Loss of Ownership of Goods – Book VIII of the Draft Common Frame of Reference, No 2011/25.
Lars van Vliet, Transfer of Movables as a Legal Act, No 2011/24
Lars van Vliet, A Factual Assessment of Book 8 of the Draft Common Frame of Reference (Acquisition and Loss of Ownership of Goods), No 2011/23
Michael Faure, Regulatory Strategies in Environmental Liability, No 2011/22.
Lars van Vliet, Mortgages on Immovables in Dutch Law in Comparison to the German Mortgage and Land Charge, No 2011/21.
Michael Faure, Globalization and Multi-Level Governance of Environmental Harm, No 2011/20.
Jaap Hage, Elusive normativity: a review article on Bertea's the normative claim of law, No 2011/19.
Nicole Kornet, English-medium legal education in continental Europe: Maastricht University's European Law School - experiences and challenges, No 2011/18.
Nicole Kornet, Building a European-oriented law curriculum, No 2011/17.
Remco van Rhee, Introduction in within a reasonable time: the history of due and undue delay in civil litigation, No 2011/16
Remco van Rhee, The history of the 'huissier de justice'in the low countries, No 2011/15.
Jan Smits, Plurality of Sources in European Private Law, or: How to Live with Legal Diversity? No 2011/14.
Jaap Hage, A model of legal acts: part 2: the operation of legal acts, No 2011/13
Jaap Hage, A model of legal acts: part 1: the world of law, No 2011/12
Jaap Hage, Comparative Law and Legal Science, No 2011/11
Sjef van Erp, Teaching law in Europe: from an intra-systemic, via a trans-systemic to a supra-systemic approach, No 2011/10
Jaap Hage, Legal Transactions and the Derivation of 'Ought' from 'Is', No 2011/09
Jaap Hage, The Method of a Truly Normative Legal Science, No 2011/08
Nicole Kornet, Evolving general principles of international commercial contract the unidroit principles and favor contractus, No 2011/07.
Nicole Kornet, Contracting in China: Comparative Observations on Freedom of Contract, Contract Formation, Battle of Forms and Standard Form Contracts, No 2011/06
Caroline Cauffman, Injunctions at the Request of Third Parties in EU Competition Law, No 2011/05
Caroline Cauffman, The DCFR and the Attempts to Increase the Private Enforcement of Competition Law: Convergences and Divergences, No 2011/04
Martin Gelter & Mathias Siems, Networks, Dialogues or One-Way Traffic? An Empirical Analysis of Cross-Citations Between Ten European Supreme Courts, No. 2011/03
Jan Smits, European Legal Education, or: How to Prepare Students for Global Citizenship? No. 2011/02
Jan Smits, The Right to Change Your Mind? Rethining the Usefulness of Mandatory Rights of Withdrawal in Consumer Contract Law, No.2011/01