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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Prof Dr Philipp Dann

Publications

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Philipp Dann, 'The Battle for International Law: South - North Perspectives on the Decolonization Era', Oxford University Press (2019) (mit Jochen von Bernstorff) – Introductory chapter available here

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Philipp Dann‚ 'Institutional Law and Development Governance: An Introduction‘, Law and Development Review 12 (2019), 537-560 – available here

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Philipp Dann/Michael Riegner, 'The World Bank’s Environmental and Social Safeguards and the Evolution of Global Order' Leiden Journal of International Law (2019), 1-23 – available here

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Michael Riegner, Interdisziplinäre Forschung zur Globalisierung und Europäisierung des Rechts. Das Beispiel der Meinungsfreiheit im Internet, in: Christian Boulanger/Julika Rosenstock/Tobias Singelnstein (Hrsg.), Interdisziplinäre Rechtsforschung. Eine Einführung, Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2019 – verfügbar hier

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Michael Riegner, International Institutions and the City: Towards a Comparative Law of Glocal Governance, in: Helmut Aust/Anel du Plessis (Hrsg.), The Globalization of Urban Governance - Legal Perspectives on the Implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 11, London: Routledge, 2019 – available here

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“The Council”, in: Robert Schuetze /Takis Tridimas (Hrsg.), Oxford Principles of EU Law, Volume 1, 2018, S. 518-46 – available here.

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Tanja Herklotz. Feminist Dilemmas: The Challenges in Accommodating Women’s Rights within Religion-Based Family Law in India. Rapoport Center Human Rights Working Paper Series 2/2018

Winner of the third place in the the 2017 Audre Rapoport Prize for Scholarship on Gender and Human Rights –available here

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Tanja Herklotz. Law, Religion and Gender Equality: Literature on the Indian Personal Law System from a Women's Rights Perspective, Indian Law Review 2018.

Winner of the Indian Law Review Literature Review Prize 2017 – available here

Michael Riegner, Informationsverwaltungsrecht internationaler Institutionen, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2017 – verfügbar hier

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Maxim Bönnemann/Laura Jung, Critical Legal Studies and Comparative Constitutional Law, Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law, Oxford University Press 2017 – available here

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Philipp Dann/Maxim Bönnemann/Tanja Herklotz, Of Apples and Mangoes: Comparing the European Union and India, Indian Yearbook of Comparative Law 2016, S. 3 - 20, Oxford University Press 2017 – available here

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Philipp Dann, The Global Administrative Law of Development Cooperation, in: Sabino Cassese (Ed.), Research Handbook on Global Administrative Law, London 2016 – available here

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Michael Riegner, Legal frameworks and general principles for indicators in sovereign debt restructuring, Yale Journal of International Law 41 (2016), 141-175 – available here

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Michael Riegner, Governance Indicators in the Law of Development Finance: A Legal Analysis of the World Bank’s “Country Policy and Institutional Assessment”, Journal of Internat’l Economic Law 19 (2016), 1-26

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Michael Riegner, Implementing the “Data Revolution” for the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals - Toward a Global Administrative Law of Information, in: Boisson de Chazournes / Davis / Fariello (eds), World Bank Legal Review 7, Washington D.C., 2016, 17-39 – available here

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Tanja Herklotz, Dead Letters? The Uniform Civil Code through the Eyes of the Indian Women's Movement and the Indian Supreme Court, VRÜ 49 (2016) – available here

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Philipp Dann, „Entwicklung und Recht. Eine systematische Einführung“, Baden-Baden 2014, 800 S. (zusammen mit Stefan Kadelbach und Markus Kaltenborn) – verfügbar hier

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Philipp Dann, „The Law of Development Cooperation. A comparative analysis of World Bank, EU and Germany“, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2013, 592 S. – available here