TILT

Publications Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT)

This is an overview of the 10 most recent publications.

  1. The general theory of the natural course of world trade - Special circumstances to initiate trade remedy investigations (2021)

    Comnenus, G. A. (Accepted/In press). The general theory of the natural course of world trade: Special circumstances to initiate trade remedy investigations. Journal of World Trade, 55(3), 1-14. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3694455
  2. Make Hydrogen Whilst the Sun Shines: How to Turn the Current Momentum into a Well-Functioning Hydrogen Market? (2021)

    Lavrijssen, S., & Vitez, B. (2021). Make Hydrogen Whilst the Sun Shines: How to Turn the Current Momentum into a Well-Functioning Hydrogen Market? Carbon and Climate Law Review, 14(14), 266. [4].
  3. Responsibility and liability (2021)

    Noorman, M. (Accepted/In press). Responsibility and liability. In J. Zerilli (Ed.), A citizen's guide to artificial intelligence MIT Press.
  4. Polycentricity and polyphony in international law. - Interpreting the corporate responsibility to respect human rights (2021)

    Partiti, E. (2021). Polycentricity and polyphony in international law. Interpreting the corporate responsibility to respect human rights. The International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 70(1), 133-164. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/international-and-comparative-law-quarterly/article/polycentricity-and-polyphony-in-international-law-interpreting-the-corporate-responsibility-to-respect-human-rights/B57E5023601F1D38CDA3D68827775413
  5. Regulating transnational sustainability regimes under EU and WTO Law (2021)

    Partiti, E. (2021). Regulating transnational sustainability regimes under EU and WTO Law. Cambridge University Press.
  6. Trade and deforestation (2021)

    Partiti, E. (Accepted/In press). Trade and deforestation. In P. Delimatsis , & L. Reins (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of trade and environment Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd..
  7. Is blockchain normatively acceptable? (2021)

    Schellekens, M. (2021). Is blockchain normatively acceptable? CTLR: The Journal of E-commerce, Technology and Communications, 27(1), 16-25.
  8. Mapping the development of China’s data protection law - Major actors, core values, and shifting power relations (2021)

    Zhao, B., & Feng, Y. (2021). Mapping the development of China’s data protection law: Major actors, core values, and shifting power relations. Computer Law and Security Review, 40(1), 1-16. [105498].
  9. EU Cartel Law and Economics (2020)

    Argenton, C., Geradin, D., & Stephan, A. (2020). EU Cartel Law and Economics. Oxford University Press.
  10. Citizen sensing - Towards a right to contribute to environmental information (2020)

    Berti Suman, A. (Author). (2020). Citizen sensing: Towards a right to contribute to environmental information. Web publication/site, Tilburg University. https://blog.uvt.nl/environmentallaw/?p=443