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  • Luciana Pinto | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Centre for Documentation and Latin American Studies Department Member edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests none edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send a reset password

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  • Susanna Neleman | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    internship at the NGO Fairfood International I engaged in research on various sustainability issues in the food and beverage industry with a special focus on water management in the agricultural fishing sector My internship field experiences in Brazil and the interdisciplinary nature of the CEDLA have prepared me to work both independently and as a team with people from different fields of expertise and disciplines It also gave me the academic skills needed for the rest of my career In the future I hope to continue to research and work with sustainability I also hope to further develop an understanding of the implications of sustainable development poverty reduction and conservation project for local populations especially youth living in and around protected areas in nearly per urban coastal areas in Brazil edit Advisors Dr F de Castro edit Edit Done Editing Talks Community based Ecotourism in the Marine Extractive Reserve Mãe Grande opportunities and constraints for the Young Generation of Curuçá Pará Brazil more by Susanna Neleman Marine Extractive Reserves MERs are an increasingly popular tool for governments to mitigate climate change solve resource use conflicts and to guarantee user rights to traditional populations However the process of implementation more Marine Extractive Reserves MERs are an increasingly popular tool for governments to mitigate climate change solve resource use conflicts and to guarantee user rights to traditional populations However the process of implementation of MERs along the Brazilian coast has been mainly top down while that of the Amazonian forest extractive reserves in the 80s was bottom up The geographic and demographic context of the areas also poses major obstacles to an effective co management system given the densely populated and urbanized conditions of coastal areas Among the most vulnerable groups are the young generation who have limited education and job opportunities

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  • German Rodriguez | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Interests Latin American Studies Latin American Film Latin American culture and 3 more Peasant Studies Cinema and the City and Neoextractivismo conflictos socioambientales territorios sagrados minería metodología cualitativa actantes sociedad naturaleza edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter

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    Publication Date Jan 1 2003 Publication Name International Worm Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section RNA Based Gene Therapy for Haemophilia B more by Francesca Milano Publisher ingentaconnect com Publication Date Jan 1 2005 Publication Name Current Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section S2050 SATB1 Influences Expression of Cytokines in Colorectal Cell Lines and Is Associated with a More Aggressive Phenotype more by Francesca Milano Publisher gastrojournal org Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Bone Morphogenetic Protein BMP 4 mediates transformation of inflamed squamous esophageal mucosa into Barrett s more by Francesca Milano Publisher dare uva nl Publication Date Jan 1 2006 Publication Name mechanisms in the Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Dendritic cell immunotherapy for esophageal adenocarcinoma an ex vivo validation study more by Francesca Milano Publisher aacrmeetingabstracts org Publication Date Jan 1 2006 Publication Name of the American Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section W1893 P53 Protein Overexpression By Immunocytochemistry ICC and p53 Gene Locus Loss By DNA Fluorescent in Situ Hybridization FISH Are Complimentary more by Francesca Milano Publisher gastrojournal org Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Low Level of Her 2 Locus Amplification by Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization Does Not Correlate with Her 2 Protein Overexpression by Immunohistochemistry more by Francesca Milano Publisher hindawi com Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Publication Name Journal of View on hindawi com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Nano Curcumin as a Promising New Therapy for Treatment of Esophageal Adenocarcinoma more by Francesca Milano Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Gastroenterology Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section S2030 Interferon Gamma Restores Trastuzumab Mediated CTL Response in Esophageal Adenocarcinoma Through Re

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  • Francesca Milano | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    ex vivo validation study more by Francesca Milano Publisher aacrmeetingabstracts org Publication Date Jan 1 2006 Publication Name of the American Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section W1893 P53 Protein Overexpression By Immunocytochemistry ICC and p53 Gene Locus Loss By DNA Fluorescent in Situ Hybridization FISH Are Complimentary more by Francesca Milano Publisher gastrojournal org Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Low Level of Her 2 Locus Amplification by Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization Does Not Correlate with Her 2 Protein Overexpression by Immunohistochemistry more by Francesca Milano Publisher hindawi com Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Publication Name Journal of View on hindawi com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Nano Curcumin as a Promising New Therapy for Treatment of Esophageal Adenocarcinoma more by Francesca Milano Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Gastroenterology Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section S2030 Interferon Gamma Restores Trastuzumab Mediated CTL Response in Esophageal Adenocarcinoma Through Re Induction of TAP 2 Expression more by Francesca Milano Publisher gastrojournal org Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name Gastroenterology Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section S1115 A Prognostic Diagnostic DNA Fluorescent in Situ Hybridization Probe Set for Identifying Patients At Risk and Early Neoplasia in Barrett s Esophagus more by Francesca Milano Publisher gastrojournal org Publication Date Jan 1 2008 Publication Name Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Bone Morphogenetic Protein BMP 4 mediated transformation of inflamed squamous esophageal mucosa into Barrett s esophagus more by Francesca Milano Publisher aacrmeetingabstracts org Publication Date Jan 1 2006 Publication Name of the American Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section W1977 Trastuzumab Induced CTL Responses Against Esophageal Cancer Are Inhibited By Down Regulation of the Antigen Processing Machinery Component Tap2 more by Francesca Milano Publisher gastrojournal org Publication Date Jan 1 2008 Publication Name Gastroenterology Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Intestinalization of esophageal squamous cells depends on a synergistic collaborative interaction between the BMP4 PSMAD pathway and CDX 2 more by Francesca Milano Publisher nvge nl Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Gastroenterology Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Novel therapeutic strategies for treating esophageal adenocarcinoma the potential of dendritic cell immunotherapy and combinatorial regimens more by Francesca Milano Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2008 Publication Name Human immunology Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Real time PCR analysis of genes encoding tumor antigens in esophageal tumors and a cancer vaccine more by Francesca Milano Publisher ncbi nlm nih gov Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name Cancer Immunity a View on ncbi nlm nih gov Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Trastuzumab mediated T cell response against HER 2 neu overexpressing esophageal adenocarcinoma depends on intact antigen processing machinery more by Francesca Milano Publisher dx plos org Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Publication Name PloS one View on dx plos org Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Gene expression profile comparison of Barrett s esophagus

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  • David Ingleby | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Health SSGH Researcher edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Migration Studies Refugee Studies and Migration And Health edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send a reset

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    V I Lenin was not only upheld as the Civil Code s main general clause but was even used in new legal rules However after 1999 new general clauses began to be added in newly amended or created provisions including good morals equity and reasonableness Nevertheless the principles of social intercourse have not been repealed This has led to the emergence of an incoherent patchwork system of general clauses which is perplexing academic lawyers and judges This pluralism of general clauses in contrast to the pluralism found e g in German law does not allow the judiciary to develop a nuanced approach to general clauses in which one general clause corresponds to one standard or judicial approach To the contrary judges have been forced to treat all general clauses as more or less interchangeable becoming actually indifferent towards the linguistic form of general clauses As regards the regulatory function of general clauses the paper expresses the fear that after the adoption of a new Polish Civil Code which is currently being drafted or possibly a European Civil Code based on the Draft Common Frame of Reference Polish judges and scholars could actually stand out from their colleagues from other member state of the EU due to their indifference to the linguistic form of geneal clauses An analysis of the draft Polish Civil Code and the DCFR both reveal that their authors have deliberately used numerous different general clauses which correspond to different standards and different methodologies which are to be employed in their application However Polish judges used to the interchangeability of general clauses and immune to their linguistic form might actually overlook the legislative s intent of creating a more nuanced system of general clauses which could lead to an oversimplifying interpretation of the future Civil Code As regards the ideological function of general clauses the paper draws attention to the metaphorical nature of general clause and points out that different linguistic forms of general clauses correspond to different visions of the socio economic order Therefore a patchwork system comprising both general clauses of state socialist origin and those of capitalist origin leads to a blurred ideological message Location Riga Publisher Latvia University Press Publication Date Oct 3 2012 Publication Name in Janis Rozenfelds Janis Plebs et al eds The Quality of Legal Acts and its Importance in Contemporary Legal Space Riga Riga University Press 2012 pp 540 561 Research Interests Civil Law Transitional Justice Socialist Legal Tradition Socialist Law Legal Culture and 4 more Legal Theory Comparative Legal History Legal History and Comparative Private Law edit View on ssrn com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Prawo prywatne w Unii Europejskiej Perspektywy na przyszłość more by Rafał Mańko More Info Warszawa PSPE UW 2004 ISBN 83 918286 6 2 Research Interests Private law European private law Comparative Private Law Polish law and Polish Private Law edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Shifts in International Boundary Rivers more by Rafał Mańko The aim of this article is to present the rules of public international law relating to shifts in international boundary rivers showing their historical origin and the legal basis of their binding character in the international legal more The aim of this article is to present the rules of public international law relating to shifts in international boundary rivers showing their historical origin and the legal basis of their binding character in the international legal order More Info as co author published in 2002 2003 26 Polish Yearbook of International Law 135 Research Interests Public International Law Boundary Rivers International Law Borders and Frontiers Alluvial deposits and 2 more Rivers and Roman Law edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Is the Socialist Legal Tradition Dead and Buried The Continuity of Certain Elements of Socialist Legal Culture in Polish Civil Procedure more by Rafał Mańko The paper analyses the survivals of the Socialist Legal Tradition within Polish law of civil procedure The examples of such survivals studied in this paper include the prosecutor s participation in civil proceedings and public interest more The paper analyses the survivals of the Socialist Legal Tradition within Polish law of civil procedure The examples of such survivals studied in this paper include the prosecutor s participation in civil proceedings and public interest oriented forms of appeal in civil proceedings previously called extraordinary revision now skarga kasacyjna which can be launched by certain public officials quite apart from the will of the parties to the litigation More Info in Thomas Wilhelmsson Elina Paunio Annika Pohjolainen eds Private Law and the Many Cultures of Europe Alphen aan den Rijn Kluwer Law International 2007 pp 83 103 Research Interests Civil Procedure Comparative Civil Procedure Civil Procedure Comparative Civil Procedure Comparative Law Judicial Review Private International Law Comparative Law International Business Law Civil Procedure Insolvency Law Public Prosecution Service and 5 more Socialist Legal Tradition Socialist Law Polish Private Law Comparative Private Law and Private law edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Unifikacja europejskiego prawa prywatnego z perspektywy społeczeństwa polskiego przyczynek do dyskusji more by Rafał Mańko More Info 2008 2 Nowa Europa 35 Research Interests European private law European contract law Unification of Laws Harmonization of Laws Legal Harmonization and 5 more Legal Culture Polish law Polish Private Law Polish Civil Law and Sociology of Law edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The Unification of Private Law in Europe from the Perspective of Polish Legal Culture more by Rafał Mańko The paper analyses the relationship between the possible future unification of private law in the European Union and Polish culture of private law understood as the ability of Polish legal culture to adapt to a new unified European more The paper analyses the relationship between the possible future unification of private law in the European Union and Polish culture of private law understood as the ability of Polish legal culture to adapt to a new unified European private law in the future Based on the assumption that Polish culture of private law does not have a unique or original character making it qualitatively distinct from e g German or French legal culture the paper argues that Polish legal culture as such does not pose any obstacles to the unification of private law The paper also analyses the possible impact of the unification of Polish private law on the practices of Polish legal culture i e legislation adjudication legal counselling scholarship and education It argues that the unification would be the most beneficial for Polish practitioners and scholars making their professions much more internationalised than at present and enhancing the possibility of their effective free movement across the Union The same applies to legal education the new unified European private law introduced into curricula of law schools law faculties and legal professional training would mean that Polish students and apprentices would study subjects of a pan European and not only national relevance A benefit common to judges practitioners and scholars would be the possibility of resorting to a much wider scope of case law and scholarly writings in pleadings court decisions and academic discussions de lege lata However it would also be important to ensure that an input from Polish scholars is made into the new European doctrine of private law so that the movement of legal ideas is not only one sided More Info 2007 2008 11 Yearbook of Polish Legal Studies 109 Research Interests Private law European private law Polish Private Law Polish law Legal Culture and 3 more Unification of Laws Harmonization of Laws and European Civil Code edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Institutional Implications of the Unfair Terms Directive in Poland more by Rafał Mańko ABSTRACT In this paper I focus on the institutional implications of the EU Unfair Terms Directive 93 13 in Poland in the broader context of the welfare state model prevalent in that post socialist EU Member State I depart from the more ABSTRACT In this paper I focus on the institutional implications of the EU Unfair Terms Directive 93 13 in Poland in the broader context of the welfare state model prevalent in that post socialist EU Member State I depart from the assumption that there is in principle a link between the intensity of the welfare state and the level of consumer protection as evidenced e g by the traditionally high level of both in the Nordic countries Such a view is supported by the fact that both policies are the expression of the desire to promote social justice Hence I argue that there is a close link between the currently experienced atrophy of the welfare state in capitalist Poland and stances towards consumer protection Therefore in section 2 I depart from a brief account of the evolution of the Polish welfare state from the pre 1989 state socialist model to the current model within the framework of Poland s new capitalism which can be described on a theoretical plane as marginal or residual if not simply atrophic In section 3 I discuss the evolution of consumer protection in Poland indicating its initial lack during the state socialist period and its emergence in the early 1980s before moving on to the post socialist period and the impact of European integration Having presented the background information on the welfare state and consumer protection in section 4 I discuss in detail the institutional impact of the Unfair Terms Directive My analysis encompasses such aspects as the definition of a consumer the substantive scope of protection and the available means of protection incidental and abstract control I will also discuss the newly introduced group actions comparable to class actions which are specifically tailored for consumer cases including those where the rules on unfair terms are involved In section 5 I present my concluding remarks RESUME Le texte a pour objet d analyser la transposition de la directive 93 13 sur les clauses abusives dans l ordre juridique polonais dans le contexte du modèle d État providence Premièrement j analyse l évolution historique d État providence en Pologne et je note la crise contemporaine de celui ci Deuxièmement j analyse le modèle de la protection du consommateur en Pologne et les rapports existants entre ladite protection et le modèle d État providence Troisièmement j analyse les implications institutionnelles de la directive 93 13 en Pologne et notamment le champ d application ratione personae définition du consommateur le champ d application ratione materiae définition de la clause abusive le caractère juridique de la liste des clauses abusives liste grise ou noire le contrôle in concreto des clauses abusives par les juridictions civiles ordinaires le contrôle in abstracto des clauses abusives par une juridiction spécialisée c est à dire la Cour de la protection de la concurrence et du consommateur a Varsovie les actions dites de groupe comme une nouvelle forme de protection collective des droits du consommateur L article souligne des difficultés rencontrés au regard de la transposition et application du droit des clauses abusives en Pologne qui peuvent être liées au problème plus générale de la crise d État providence More Info in Jacobien W Rutgers ed European Contract Law and the Welfare State Groningen Europa Law Publishing 2012 pp 141 169 Research Interests Welfare State Welfare States Civil Law Private law Comparative Private Law and 9 more Consumer Law Consumer protection law Polish law Europanization European Law European Union Law European consumer law Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts and Class Actions edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Europejski kodeks cywilny stan prac nad projektem i perspektywy dalszego rozwoju more by Rafał Mańko Prace nad europejskim kodeksem cywilnym różnią się zasadniczo od dotychczasowych doświadczeń kodyfikacyjnych Pomimo oficjalnego poparcia udzielanego pracom nad kodeksem przez instytucje Unii Europejskiej nie zdecydowano się na more Prace nad europejskim kodeksem cywilnym różnią się zasadniczo od dotychczasowych doświadczeń kodyfikacyjnych Pomimo oficjalnego poparcia udzielanego pracom nad kodeksem przez instytucje Unii Europejskiej nie zdecydowano się na odgórne powołanie komisji kodyfikacyjnej Zamiast tego prace kodyfikacyjne są prowadzone przez niezależne grupy i komisje przygotowujące własne projekty i kontrprojekty niekiedy otrzymujące jednak wsparcie finansowe od instytucji unijnych lub krajowych Celem niniejszego artykułu jest przegląd dotychczas działających grup kodyfikacyjnych oraz próba oceny perspektyw stworzenia europejskiego kodeksu cywilnego na podstawie prowadzonych przez nie prac Poszczególne grupy zostaną przedstawione w porządku chronologicznym według daty powstania danej grupy Artykuł opisuje stan prac kodyfikacyjnych na koniec 2004 r More Info 2004 43 Studia Iuridica pp 135 154 Publisher wuw pl Publication Date Jan 1 2004 Publication Name Studia Iuridica XLIII Research Interests European private law European contract law European Civil Code Study Group on a European Civil Code and Principles of European Contract Law edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Prawo prywatne w Unii Europejskiej perspektywy na przyszłość more by Rafał Mańko SPIS TREŚCI Wprowadzenie Rozdział I Aktywność legislacyjna UE w obszarze prawa prywatnego 1 Prawo materialne 2 Prawo prywatne międzynarodowe 3 Prawo postępowania cywilnego 4 Prywatnoprawne kompetencje Unii na w more SPIS TREŚCI Wprowadzenie Rozdział I Aktywność legislacyjna UE w obszarze prawa prywatnego 1 Prawo materialne 2 Prawo prywatne międzynarodowe 3 Prawo postępowania cywilnego 4 Prywatnoprawne kompetencje Unii na w projekcie Traktatu Konstytucyjnego Rodział II Problemy związane z wdrażaniem unijnego prawa prywatnego do prawa krajowego 1 Problemy techniki legislacyjnej 2 Problemy systemowe 2 1 Wprowadzenie 2 2 Przepisy pozakodeksowe 2 3 Zmiany w kodeksie 2 4 Podsumowanie 3 Problemy jakości i skuteczności unijnego prawa prywatnego 4 Tzw Publicyzacja prawa prywatnego 5 Podsumowanie Rozdział III Prace nad projektem europejskiego kodeksu cywilnego 1 Wprowadzenie 2 Grupa O Lando 2 1 Organizacja grupy 2 2 Zasady Europejskiego Prawa Umów 2 2 1 Uwagi ogólne 2 2 2 Przegląd wybranych przepisów z e p u 2 3 Podsumowanie 3 Grupa C von Bara 3 1 Organizacja grupy 3 2 Proponowana struktura kodeksu 3 3 Stan prac i przyjęte założenia 3 4 Wnioski 4 Inne grupy kodyfikacyjne Rozdział IV Organy UE wobec idei europejskiego kodeksu cywilnego 1 Parlament Europejski 2 Rada Europejska 3 Rada UE 4 Komisja Europejska 5 Podsumowanie Rozdział V Debata nad ideą europejskiego kodeksu cywilnego 1 Uwagi wstępne cel i metodologia dyskusji 2 Argumenty na rzecz idei europejskiego kodeksu cywilnego 2 1 Oświeceniowe mity o kodeksie cywilnym dostępność pewność przejrzystość 2 2 Argument systemowy 2 3 Argument ekonomiczny 2 4 Argument symboliczny 2 5 Argument integracyjny 2 6 Argument modernizacyjny 2 7 Argument konsumencki 3 Argumenty przeciwko idei europejskiego kodeksu cywilnego 3 1 Kodyfikacja prawa prywatnego jest zbędna i szkodliwa 3 2 Prawo prywatne w Unii Europejskiej 3 2 1 Prawo prywatne a zasada pomocniczości 3 2 2 Prawo prywatne a zasada proporcjonalności 3 2 3 Kodeks nie spełniłby swojej funkcji unifikacyjnej 3 2 4 Pluralizm prawa prywatnego w Europie Rozdział VI Perspektywy obecnych projektów europejskiego kodeksu cywilnego 1 Wpływ na kształcenie prawników 2 Wpływ na naukę prawa 3 Wpływ na praktykę obrotu 4 Wpływ na ustawodawstwo 5 Wpływ na orzecznictwo 6 Nadanie mocy obowiązującej Zakończenie More Info Warszawa Podyplomowe Studium Prawa Europejskiego UW 2004 Publisher PSPE UW Publication Date Jan 1 2004 Research Interests Private law Polish law European Civil Code and Harmonisation of laws edit Download pdf Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Zasady umów długoterminowych wprowadzenie i komentarz more by Rafał Mańko ABSTRACT The present paper is an analysis of the Principles of European Law on Commercial Agency Franchise and Distribution prepared by the Study Group on a European Civil Code The paper presents the Study Group point II the more ABSTRACT The present paper is an analysis of the Principles of European Law on Commercial Agency Franchise and Distribution prepared by the Study Group on a European Civil Code The paper presents the Study Group point II the methodology of the drafting process point III the potential role of the draft in a future European Civil Code point IV and contains a detailed analysis of the black letter rules point V The conclusions point VI contain remarks regarding the potential usefulness of the Principles for the Polish legislature STRESZCZENIE Dokument zatytułowany Zasady prawa europejskiego o umowie agencyjnej umowie franczyzy oraz umowie dystrybucyjnej przygotowany został przez Podzespół ds Umów o Charakterze Długoterminowym działający w ramach Grupy Badawczej ds Europejskiego Kodeksu Cywilnego kierowanej przez niemieckiego cywilistę Christiana von Bara Prace nad projektem trwały od 1998 r do czerwca 2003 r Zespołowi przewodniczył wybitny cywilista i teoretyk prawa prof Martijn Hesselink z Uniwersytetu Amsterdamskiego a w skład zespołu wchodzili cywiliści z różnych państw Unii Hiszpania Włochy Niderlandy Celem niniejszego artykułu jest krótka prezentacja Grupa Badawczej ds Europejskiego Kodeksu Cywilnego w ramach której powstał komentowany projekt punkt II przedstawienie metodyki pracy przyjętej przez grupę amsterdamską punkt III ukazanie roli jaką w intencji twórców projektu miałby on odegrać jako część ewentualnego europejskiego kodeksu cywilnego punkt IV wreszcie szczegółowa analiza postanowień projektu punkt V Całość zamykają uwagi dotyczące potencjalnej przydatności projektu jako źródła inspiracji dla ustawodawcy polskiego punkt VI More Info Zasady umów długoterminowych Wprowadzenie i komentarz Principles of Long Term Contracts Introduction and Commentary 2006 15 2 Kwartalnik Prawa Prywatnego pp 531 563 Publisher Kwartalnik Prawa Prywatnego Publication Date Jan 1 2006 Research Interests Long term contracts Franchising Distribution contracts Contract Law Study Group on a European Civil Code and 2 more European Civil Code and Agency contract edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The culture of private law in Central Europe after Enlargement a Polish Perspective more by Rafał Mańko Publisher Wiley Online Library Publication Date Jan 1 2005 Publication Name European Law Journal Research Interests Private law Legal Culture Polish law Polish Private Law and European Enlargement edit Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The Challenge of Globalization in Pharmaceutical Law Is an International Harmonization of Drug Approval Modeled after the European System Worth Considering more by Kai Purnhagen Location University of Wisconsin Madison Law School Event Date 2007 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move

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  • Martijn Hesselink | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Political Philosophy Comparative Law European Law and 2 more Legal Theory and Contract Law edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll

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