La répression de la torture en droit positif béninois
PhD thesis written by Alphonse Gbossou
A Journey into causes of corporate misbehaviour: why corporate legal disciplines and regulation need to be structurally reformedFriday, October 16, 2020
PhD thesis written by Constantijn van Aartsen.
Corporations are the most powerful economic entities in contemporary society. The main finding in this thesis is that existing regulatory approaches in corporate law, corporate governance and corporate social responsibility are methodologically suboptimal and politically biased.
Further step towards unhindered cross-border pension provisionThursday, October 15, 2020
On 18 September Dutch Minister Koolmees answered parliamentary questions about the possibility for pensioners abroad to pass on their proof of life via an app. This concerns a case in which ITEM, together with Advisor on Frontier Work for the MEP Jeroen Lenaers, has worked on in favour of persons receiving pension benefits abroad. The current approach responds to earlier ITEM recommendations and sets the stage for the unhindered enjoyment of cross-border pension payments.
A broken tandem: understanding lack of witness cooperation in the interview roomWednesday, October 14, 2020
PhD thesis written by Alejandra De la Fuente Vilar.
Some witnesses of crime do not want to cooperate with the police during the police investigation, and their participation is not obligatory. This PhD research focuses on the promotion of cooperation during witness interviews.