Connecting Organizations in a Sustainable Society
A sustainable society promotes the simultaneous pursuit of economic, social and environmental goals, as reflected in concepts such as circular economy and corporate sustainability. But traditional top-down standard setting is often ineffective - stakeholders are increasingly contributing to sustainable regulation, and modern information technologies offer new and increasingly influential ways to organize and regulate economic activities. We seek to better understand how law enables, supports and challenges the new approaches in a sustainable society.
Our experts cover contract law, corporate law, family law, property law, tax law, tax economics, labor law, and tort law. Many also have an interdisciplinary background in, for example, economics, philosophy and IT. By collaborating with each other and with third parties, we can deliver context-specific and comprehensive results rather than fragmented proposals that overlook issues in other fields.
Limits to atypical work
Gain insight in the social security position of atypical workers, more specifically in the social protection of platform workers and self-employed workers without personnel.More information
Platformization, algorithmization, and social protection
This topical book (in Dutch) on legal implications of online work platforms and algorithms for the social protection of workers is now freely available online, thanks to the generous support of Instituut Gak!More information
Regulating shareholders to stimulate sustainable corporate behavior
Large corporations need stimuli to use their major potential for ensuring sustainability. This research project aims to investigate whether and how shareholder actions can really impact corporate sustainability in the Netherlands.More information
prof. dr. Paul Verbruggen LLM MPhil
Full Professor of Private Law
TLS: Tilburg Law SchoolView full profile
TLS: Private, Business and Labour LawPaul.Verbruggen@tilburguniversity.edu Room M 320