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- Brkan, M., & Bonnet, G. (2020). Legal and technical feasibility of the GDPR’s quest for explanation of algorithmic decisions: Of black boxes, white boxes and fata morganas. European Journal of Risk Regulation, 11(1), 18-50. https://doi.org/10.1017/err.2020.10
- Claessens, S. (2020). The role of student evaluations in a PBL centred law curriculum: towards a more holistic assessment of teaching quality. Law Teacher, 54(1), 43-54. https://doi.org/10.1080/03069400.2019.1580009
- Fromage, D., & Platon, S. (2020). France – The Resilience of the Constitutional Order to Populism so far and Potential Threats to the Separation of Powers. In S. Hardt, A-W. Heringa, & H-T. Nguyen (Eds.), Populism and Democracy (pp. 169-192). Eleven Publishing.
- Hardt, S., Heringa, A. W., & Nguyen, H-T. (Eds.) (2020). Populism and Democracy. Eleven International publishing.
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- Heringa, A. W. (2020). Staatsrecht begrepen. Boom Juridisch.
- Klosse, S., & Montebovi, S. (2020). Sociale Zekerheid voor zelfstandigen: hoe regel je dat? Een blik over de grenzen. Tijdschrift Recht en Arbeid, (1), 10-15. [TRA 2020/3].
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The MCEL Master Working Paper series seeks to give excellent Master students the opportunity to publish their final thesis and to make their work accessible to a wide audience.
Florian Ockenfuss (2019). EASO’s Role in Supporting Member States. Hotspots as Incubators of an Integrated European Asylum Policy.
Monique Frederikke Lundh (2019). The forgotten EU dimension in the Urgenda Case and the applicability of the Charter.
Phoebe Cox (2019). The Contribution of the Fundamental Rights Agency to Fundamental Rights Protection in the European Union.
Felix Peerboom (2019). The safe third country principle and the EU/Turkey deal. To what extent is the current application of the safe third country concept under EU law in compliance with international human rights law?
Sarantis Niotis (2018). The Birth of the EMF - Integrating the ESM into the EU Legal Order: 'Constitutional' Challenges.
Thomas Devine (2018). The End of the European 'Delaware': UK Limiteds in the EU after Brexit.
Nikolaos Papadopoulos (2018). Austerity-based Labour Law Reforms in Greece vs Fundamental Rights during the European Debt Crisis: An evaluation through the lens of supranational and national bodies' jurisprudence.
Priscilla Tollini (2018). The Era of Big Data: The Interplay Between Competition Law and Data Protection.
Juncal Montero Regules (2018). Disinformation and Freedom of Expression - A Study on the Regulation of 'Fake News' in the European Union.
Florence Wautelet (2018). Intersectionality theories and headscarf cases before the ECtHR and the CJEU.
Britt Beliën; Ellil Zachari; Valerie Govers (2018). State Aid and Public Procurement - The Evolution of State Aid to Banks: A Post Crisis Review.
Matthias Hasler (2018). The Legal Classification of ESM – MoUs in the Ledra Decision: At Odds with the Union Principle of the Rule of Law?
Katrin Bungart (2018). The European Chemicals Agency and its Compliance with the Meroni Doctrine: Do the powers of the European Chemicals Agency go beyond the scope of what is permissible under the Meroni doctrine (as modified by Case C-270/12)?
Christine Recker (2018). Banking Resolution Under the SRM Regulation and the Single Resolution Board: An assessment of the limits to the delegation of powers to EU agencies - The Single Resolution Board and its compliance with the Meroni doctrine.
Jasmin Hiry (2018). Fitting national social security benefits into European categories: Are long-term care benefits exportable within the framework of Regulation 883/2004?
Eline Vancraybex (2018). Innovation in the EU Merger Control Battlefield: In Search for Best Practices.
Chris Mondschein (2017). The Regulation of Targeted Behavioural Advertising in the European Union
Sarah Wagner (2017). The Future of Transatlantic Data Flows: Privacy Shield or Privacy Sieve? An adequacy assessment by reference to the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Kortese, L (2016). Assessing the Coherence of Mechanisms for the Recognition of Qualifications: Discerning Dimensions to a Multilevel Challenge.
Leonie Kijewski (2015). Protecting Borders, People and Rights at Sea? An Analysis of Frontex’s Approach to Human Rights.
Koen Orbons (2015), EU Accession to the ECHR:Is it still worth pursuing after Opinion 2/13.
Nina Stoffel (2015). Quo Vadis Impact Assessment? An Evaluation of the European Commission’s New Better Regulation Agenda.
Nina Ferreira (2015). The European Parliament’s Practice in the Adoption of International Trade Agreements: The Creation of an Institutional Parallelism to the Unilateral Dimension?
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