Today, a blog by Niels Philipsen on the importance of academic collaboration with China was published as a Faculty of Law blog. Earlier this year, Mariolina Eliantonio, Sarah Schoenmaekers, Michael Faure (with Yu Yan) and Marjan Peeters also published in Law Blogs Maastricht.
The blogs can be found here:
Philipsen, The importance of academic collaboration with China, 8 April 2021.
Eliantonio, Vaccine trade wars and composite procedures: gibt er nog richter in Berlin?, 26 March 2021.
Schoenmaekers, Het belang van onze taal, 22 February 2021.
Faure & Yan, Could Microinsurance Achieve “Jing Shi Ji Min” with Government Interventions? Evidence from China, 17 February 2021.
Peeters, Only 29 years to go - The challenging path towards climate neutrality in 2050, 18 January 2021.
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