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Dissertation awards 2019 for Antje Neumann and Koen van der Swaluw16th January 2020
The prizes for the best Dissertations of the year 2019 were awarded by Rector Magnificus prof. Klaas Sijtsma to Antje Neumann of Tilburg Law School and Koen van der Swaluw of the Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences on the 16th of January.
Interaction needed between analog and digital administrative law13th January 2020
Is existing administrative law adequately equipped to respond automated decision-making? According to Tilburg University Professor of Administrative Law, Market and Data Johan Wolswinkel, more interaction should take place between analog and digital administrative law.
Gani Aldashev appointed Ronald Coase Visiting Professor in Law and Economics16th December 2019
Prof. Gani Aldashev has been appointed Ronald Coase Visiting Professor at the Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC) for the academic year 2019-20. Prof. Aldashev is a renowned authority in the field of organizational economics and economic governance, with a particular focus on developing countries.
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Lecture by Hyoung-Jin Nho
As part of the I-Hilt e-lectures series, Hyoung-Jin Nho (Tilburg University) will give a lecture titled 'Lost in Between Treaties and Tributes: Korea as a Dual Periphery of International Law in the 19th Century'.
11:00 - 12:00
Lecture by Maurits den Hollander
As part of the I-Hilt e-lectures series, Maurits den Hollander (Tilburg University) will give a lecture titled 'Insolvency and Economic Misfortune in 17th Century Amsterdam'.
16:00 - 17:00
PhD Defense B.A. Aguilar MA
Vidas dañadas y sentidos de la tierra. La reparación a victimas campesinas desde el enfoque de las capacidades.