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14-07-2014: Intersentia authors awarded the 2014 Modderman Prize

Intersentia is proud to announce that two of its authors were awarded the most prestigious Dutch Prize for criminal law:
Dr. Johannes Keiler was awarded the Prize for his book  Actus Reus and Participation in European Criminal Law , and
Dr. Jeroen Blomsma won the Prize for his book Mens Rea and Defences in European Criminal Law.

The Prize which includes a bronze medal and a  sum of money will be awarded to them on 28 August in Leiden, the Netherlands.

For more information ablout the books, please click on the titles.



 


15-04-2014: Change of address!

Our office in Cambridge is moving to new premises. As of 1 May 2014, you can reach us at:
Intersentia Ltd.
Sheraton House
Castle Park
Cambridge
CB3 0AX
Tel.: +44 (0) 1223 370 170
Fax: +44 (0) 1223 370 169
 


17-03-2014: New catalogue out now!

Our new catalogue is available. Click on the cover image to view it online or tor request a printed copy.



 


 

Calendar

Each year, Intersentia attends several international conferences and seminars. Calendar and more information....


 

Just published
European Migration Law, 2nd editionAcademia European Migration Law, 2nd edition
Pieter Boeles, Maarten den Heijer, Gerrie Lodder, Kees Wouters
This book provides an overview of the state of EU migration law in 2014. It explores the meaning of EU legislation on migration in the light of fundamental rights and principles of Union law as explained in leading case-law of the European courts. It is especially aimed at students, but may likewise be useful for practitioners, policy makers or others interested in the legal foundations of migration in Europe.     
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Committed to Reform? Committed to Reform?
Malgorzata Sadowska
This book provides in-depth case studies of EU competition enforcement in the electricity sector. It shows how the European Commission bends and stretches competition law beyond its proper limits to accommodate non-competition goals. The book’s cross-disciplinary approach and clear, straightforward language makes it a good read for both lawyers and economists interested in the interplay between the EU competition and energy policies and their impact on electricity markets. 
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Modern International Criminal JusticeAcademiaGPRC Modern International Criminal Justice
Raphael Kamuli
Scrutinizing all the relevant case-law of the ICC, this book elucidates the paradigm that the ICC’s jurisprudence represents in international criminal justice. It presents in-depth knowledge of how contemporary international criminal justice preserves, departs from or extends the principles that have developed since the Nuremberg Trials. The author explains how the ICC affirms that the most serious crimes of international concern must not go unpunished.   
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European Energy &  Law Report X European Energy & Law Report X
Martha M. Roggenkamp (ed.), Henrik Bjornebye (ed.)
This 10th European Energy Law Report includes chapters on the following topics: “EU Energy Law: Case Law and Infrastructure Developments”, “Internal Gas Market Developments – Security and Safety of Supply” and “Greening EU Energy Markets – Promoting and Trading Renewables”. 
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Does Law Matter for Economic Growth? Does Law Matter for Economic Growth?
Guangdong Xu
This book addresses the role of legal institutions in economic growth. The massive differences in country incomes are largely the product of economic growth, which is in turn shaped, influenced, and determined by the legal infrastructure of a country. There has been a growing interest in exploring the connection between legal rules and economic growth since the 1990s. 
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Towards a Better Assessment of Pain and Suffering Damages for Personal InjuriesAcademia Towards a Better Assessment of Pain and Suffering Damages for Personal Injuries
Vaia Karapanou
This book proposes a novel way to assess pain and suffering damages. It is based on specialised scientific information regarding the impact of injuries and investigates the positive legal and economic implications that would result from its implementation compared to current approaches. 
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Comparative Analysis of Merger Control PolicyAcademia Comparative Analysis of Merger Control Policy
Jingyuan Ma
After thirteen years of discussion, the Anti-Monopoly Law of the People’s Republic of China was promulgated on 30 August 2007 and entered into force in August 2008. This book investigates to what extent competition goals may influence merger policy by taking a comparative perspective. To address this central research question, this book focuses on four major issues; the legislative history of the Anti-Monopoly Law and merger policy; the evolution of the debate on competition goals in the US and the EU; the evolution of incorporating the efficiency goal into merger policy; and the question whether competition goals may have an impact on the analysis of merger cases. 
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Family Law and Culture in EuropeAcademia Family Law and Culture in Europe
Katharina Boele-Woelki (ed.), Nina Dethloff (ed.), Werner Gephart (ed.)
This volume focuses on comparative and international family law in Europe in their respective cultural contexts. The interventions address the new Principles of European Family Law regarding Property Relations between Spouses, the proposed EU private international law regulations for spouses and registered partners for international couples and their property relations, the laws of a growing number of countries which legislate non-formalized relationships and the new developments regarding social, biological and legal parentage.  
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The Domestic Impact and Effectiveness of the Process of State Reporting under UN Human Rights Treaties in the Netherlands, New Zealand and FinlandAcademia The Domestic Impact and Effectiveness of the Process of State Reporting under UN Human Rights Treaties in the Netherlands, New Zealand and Finland
Jasper Krommendijk
The number of international human rights treaties and monitoring mechanisms has grown considerably over the past decades. States are increasingly confronted with criticism as to their domestic human rights record. What is the effect of all these treaties, monitoring and criticism? Do they lead to changes and improvements?  
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Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals - volume 42 Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals - volume 42
André Klip (ed.), Steven Freeland (ed.), Anzinga Low (ed.)
This forty-second volume of annotated leading case law of international criminal tribunals contains decisions taken by the ICTR in 2010.   
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Prevention of reoffendingAcademia Prevention of reoffending
Piet Hein van Kempen (ed.), Warren Young (ed.)
The need to prevent convicted prisoners and other offenders from reoffending constitutes a major challenge for both criminal justice and penitentiary systems. This volume therefore first of all focuses on the value of restoring offenders to a useful life from the perspective of prisoners, their family, society, the tax-payer, prison staff and administration and victims, as well as from a criminological viewpoint.  
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The Mondragon CooperativesAcademia The Mondragon Cooperatives
Amanda Latinne
This book about the Mondragon cooperatives in the Spanish Basque Country is a critical reflection on the origin and further development of one of the most highly-praised cooperative enterprises in the world.  
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Exemptions for the Non-Performance of Contractual Obligations in CISG Article 79AcademiaGPRC Exemptions for the Non-Performance of Contractual Obligations in CISG Article 79
Peter Mazzacano
This book explores the international jurisprudence on Article 79 of the 1980 United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), which is, perhaps, one of its most contentious provisions. The author’s premise is that Article 79—which concerns exemptions for contractual non-performance due to an “impediment” beyond a party’s control—should be interpreted autonomously, that is, as an international norm, without reference to domestic legal concepts and principles. To this end, he considers the application of Article 79 by courts and arbitral tribunals across a number of signatory states.  
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Force & MarriageAcademia Force & Marriage
Iris Haenen
Forced marriages take place all over the world, both in times of peace and in times of conflict. This book provides a comparative perspective on the criminalisation of forced marriage, focusing on the question of whether, and, if so how, the practice of forced marriage should be criminalised under Dutch and international law.  
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  • The Common Interest in International LawThe Common Interest in International Law
    Wolfgang Benedek (ed.), Koen De Feyter (ed.), Matthias C. Kettemann (ed.), Christina Voigt (ed.)

    What lies in the common interest of the international community? How are those common interests protected? What is the role of states and of the ...
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  • The Practice of Public ProcurementThe Practice of Public Procurement
    Philipp Kiiver, Jakub Kodym

    When buying goods or services on behalf of a public authority, procurement officers must translate the buyer’s needs into tender documents ...
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  • European Federal Criminal LawEuropean Federal Criminal Law
    Carlos Gómez-Jara Díez

    For decades, the EU has developed a system of criminal justice consistent with the mixed (sometimes contradictory) tendencies embedded in its very ...
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  • ChildrenChildren's Rights in Intercountry Adoption
    Claire Fenton-Glynn

    European jurisdictions play a central role in intercountry adoption, both as countries of origin for children being placed, and as receiving countries. ...
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  • The Liability of Public Authorities in Comparative PerspectiveThe Liability of Public Authorities in Comparative Perspective
    Ken Oliphant (ed.)

    In recent decades, the liability of public authorities has been one of the main areas of development in tort law in Europe, with major reforms implemented ...
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  • The Competence of the EU to Intervene in Private (Especially Contract) LawThe Competence of the EU to Intervene in Private (Especially Contract) Law
    Stephen Weatherill

    This book examines the European Union’s impact on private and especially contract law. It shows how the European Union’s founding Treaties ...
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