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  • Check out TIG's new knowledge clip: Prof. Stavros Zouridis on Why the Rule of Law has failed in Europe 15 Jan 2019Video Check out TIG's new knowledge clip: Prof. Stavros Zouridis on Why the Rule of Law has failed in Europe
    What is happening with the rule of law in Europe? Do we witness a decline of the rule of law and if so, what are the root causes of this decline? The growing number of rules and legal checks, as well as the scarcity of resources in the public institutions that should enforce the rule of law, have led to this growing gap between the law in the books and the law as enforced, says Prof. Stavros Zouridis.

  • TILT's 25th Anniversary Year: Events in January 08 Jan 2019News TILT's 25th Anniversary Year: Events in January
    This year will be TILT's 25th anniversary! 2019 will be full of events, symposia, international keynotes and more to celebrate that TILT was founded so many years ago and has grown to be one of the leading institutes in the world on law, technology and society under the consecutive leadership of Corien Prins, Han Somsen, Bert-Jaap Koops, Anton Vedder and Ronald Leenes.

  • Prof. Giorgi Monti appointed to TILEC’s Ronald Coase Chair in Law and Economics 20 Dec 2018News Prof. Giorgi Monti appointed to TILEC’s Ronald Coase Chair in Law and Economics
    For the academic year 2018-19, Tilburg Law School has appointed Professor Giorgi Monti of the European University Institute in Florence, Italy to the Ronald Coase Chair in Law and Economics at TILEC, the Tilburg Law and Economics Center.

  • Men suffer from long-lasting atypical employment 14 Dec 2018News Men suffer from long-lasting atypical employment
    Men who experience more spells of atypical employment during their first six years of labor market participation report worse self-rated health, new research has shown.

  • Dialogue China and human rights treaty bodies is improving 13 Dec 2018Press release Dialogue China and human rights treaty bodies is improving
    Despite its relatively poor compliance record, as some scholars, NGOs, or states hold, China does consider itself subject to the international human rights treaty regime. There is a systemic dialogue between China and the treaty bodies, which has generally improved over time, especially on China’s part. That is one of the main conclusions of Jingjing Wu’s dissertation research, which she will defend on December 18th, 2018 at Tilburg University.



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