dr. (Alessandra) A. Arcuri

dr. (Alessandra) A. Arcuri

Associate Professor Erasmus School of Law International and European Union Law
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Erasmus University Rotterdam
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L 5-002
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arcuri@law.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

A. Arcuri & L. Gruszczynski (2018). Pigs, African swine fever and the principle of regionalization: comments on the Appellate Body report in the Russia – Pigs dispute. The European Journal of Risk Regulation.

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Risk Regulation, International Economic Law, Law and Economics

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        • A. Arcuri & L. Gruszczynski (2018). Pigs, African swine fever and the principle of regionalization: comments on the Appellate Body report in the Russia – Pigs dispute. The European Journal of Risk Regulation.
        • A. Arcuri & F. Violi (2017). Reconfiguring Territoriality in International Economic Law. Netherlands Yearbook of International Law, 2017 (47).
        • A. Arcuri (2017). Is CETA keeping up with the promise? Interpreting certain provisions relating to Biotechnology. Questions of International Law, 2017 (July), 35-58.
        • A. Arcuri (2015). The Transformation of Organic Regulation: The Ambiguous Effects of Publicization. Regulation and Governance, 9 (2), 144-159. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/rego.12066[go to publisher's site]
        • A. Arcuri & M. Simoncini (2015). Scientists and Legal Accountability: Lessons from the L’Aquila Case. EUI Working Papers, LAW (2015/17), 1-17. doi: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2600406
        • A. Arcuri (2014). The coproduction of the global regulatory regime for food safety standards and the limits of a technocratic ethos. EUI Working Papers, RSCAS 2014 (97), 1-17.
        • A. Arcuri (2013). International Economic Law Meets Lifestyle Risks: What Role for International Standards? The European Journal of Risk Regulation, 4 (4), 542-547.
        • A. Arcuri (2012). Back to the Future: US-Tuna II and the New Environment-Trade Debate. The European Journal of Risk Regulation, 2, 177-189. doi: http://dx.doi/org/10.2139/ssrn.2043127
        • A. Arcuri, L. Gruszczynski & A. Herwig (2010). Independence of Experts and Standards for Evaluation of Scientific Evidence under the SPS Agreement - New Directions in the SPS Case Law. The European Journal of Risk Regulation, 1 (2), 87-92.
        • A. Arcuri, L. Gruszcynski & A. Herwig (2010). Risky Apples Again? Australia - Measures Affecting the Importation of Apples from New Zealand. The European Journal of Risk Regulation, 1 (4), 437-443.
        • A. Arcuri & G. Dari-Mattiacci (2010). Centralization versus Decentralization as a Risk-Return Trade-Off. The Journal of Law and Economics, 2010 (53), 359-378.
        • A. Arcuri & S. Poli (2010). What Price for the Community Enforcement of WTO Dispute Settlement Body's Rulings? Opinio Juris in Comparatione, 2010 (Paper no. 1), 1-46.
        • A. Arcuri, E. Woerdman & S. Clò (2008). Emmissions Trading and the Polluter-Pays Principle: Do Polluters Pay under Grandfathering? International Review of Law and Economics, 2008, 565-590.
        • A. Arcuri (2008). Eclectism in Law and Economics. Erasmus Law Review, 1 (3), 59-81.
        • A. Arcuri (2007). Reconstructing precaution: deconstructing misconception. Ethics & international affairs, 21 (3), 359-379.
        • A. Arcuri (2006). The law of catastrophic risks: or on what to do when the impossible may erupt into the possible. Ars Aequi, 2006 (55), 2-10.
        • A. Arcuri (2005). A different reason for 'De-Coasing' environmental Law and Economics. European Journal of Law and Economics, 20, 225-246.
        • A. Arcuri (2002). European Union Law: Italy 2001. The International Lawyer, 36 (3), 855-878.
        • A. Arcuri & R.J. Van den Bergh (2001). Metodologie di valutazione dell'impatto della regolamentazione: il ruolo dell'analisi costi-benefici. Mercato Concorrenza Regole, III (2), 223-256.
        • A. Arcuri (2001). Controlling environmental risk in Europe: the complementary role of an EC environmental liability regime. Tijdschrift voor Milieuschade en Aansprakelijkheidsrecht, 2001 (2), 37-45.
        • A. Arcuri, F. Cafaggi & M. Simoncini (2013). Opening Editorial and Introduction to Special Issue on 'Transnational Risks and Multilevel Regulation: A Cross-Comparative Perspective'. The European Journal of Risk Regulation, 4 (2), 121-123.
        • A. Arcuri (2011). Introduction to the Special Issue on Contemporary Food Regulatory Regimes and the Challenges Ahead. Erasmus Law Review, 3 (4), 1917-202.
        • A. Arcuri, L. Gruszczynski & A. Herwig (2010). Global governance of risks: WTO, Codex Alimentarius and Private Standards - a report on the SRA-Europe 19th annual conference'. The European Journal of Risk Regulation, 1 (3), 285-287.
        • A. Arcuri (2007). Compliance is a hard nut to crack in the Biotech Dispute (available at http://www.ictsd.org/cyberlaunch/biores-web.pdf). Bridges Trade BioRes, 2007, 11-13.
        • A. Arcuri (2001). Foreign Law Year in Review: 2000 - European Law. The International Lawyer, 35 (3), 899-926.
        • A. Arcuri (2017). Glyphosate. In D. Joyce & J. Hohmann (Eds.), International Law's Object (pp. Chapter 14). Oxford: Oxford University Press
        • A. Arcuri (2015). Global food safety standards: The evolving regulatory epistemology at the intersection of the SPS Agreement and the Codex Alimentarius Commission. In Panagiotis Delimatsis (Ed.), The Law, Economics and Politics of International Standardisation (pp. 79-103). Cambridge University Press
        • A. Arcuri (2013). The TBT Agreement and Private Regulation. In M.J. Trebilcock & T. Epps (Eds.), Research Handbook on the WTO and Technical Barriers to Trade (pp. 485-524). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing
        • A. Arcuri (2013). Law and Economics of the SPS Agreement: A Critical Perspective. In G. van Calster & D. Prevost (Eds.), Research Handbook on Environment, Health and the WTO (pp. 164-206). Edward Elgar Publishing
        • A. Arcuri (2013). Reimagining risk regulation: from reason to compassionate reason. In E. Palmerini & E. Stradella (Eds.), Law and Technology: The Challenge of Regulating Technological Development (RoboLaw Series, 1) (pp. 215-229). Pisa: Pisa University Press
        • A. Arcuri (2012). Risk Regulation. In A.M. Pacces & R.J. van den Bergh (Eds.), Regulation and Economics - Encyclopedia of Law and Economics (second edition). Cheltenham: Edward ElgarPublishing Ltd.
        • A. Arcuri (2011). Food Safety at the WTO after 'Continued Suspension': a Paradigm Shift? In Antonis Antoniadis, Robert Schütze & Eleanor Spaventa (Eds.), The European Union and Global Emergencies: A Law and Policy Analysis (pp. 205-224). Oxford: Hart Publishing
        • A. Arcuri (2009). Interpreting the concepts of 'risk management' and 'insufficiency of scientific evidence': juggling between the logics of different knowledge-based groups? In Maria.Chiara Malaguti, Claudio Dordi, Saverio Di Benedetto & Alberto Alemanno (Eds.), Science & Law - Scientific Evidence in International and European Law (pp. 66-83). Argo Editore
        • A. Arcuri, E. Woerdman & S. Clò (2008). European Emmissions Trading and the Polluter-Pays Principle: Assessing Grandfathering and Over-allocation. In M. Faure & M. Peeters (Eds.), Climate Change and European Emissions Trading: Lessons for Theory and Practice (pp. 128-150). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
        • A. Arcuri (2006). The Case for a Procedural Version of the Precautionary Principle Erring on the Side of Environmental Preservation. In M. Boyer, Y. Hiriart & D. Martimort (Eds.), Frontiers in the Economics of Environmental Regulation and Liability (pp. 19-63). Hampshire: Ashgate
        • A. Arcuri & P. Pardolesi (2002). Analisi Economica del Diritto (Economic Analysis of Law). In Uitgeverij Giuffrè (Ed.), Enciclopedia Giuridica (pp. 7-20). Milano: Giuffrè
        • A. Arcuri (1999). Product Safety Regulation. In Bouckaert, B. and De Geest, G., (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Law and Economics (pp. 329-346). Edward Elgar
        • A. Arcuri (2009). The Compatibility of A 'Duty to Inform' with WTO Law. In Hey, Davis & Arcuri (Eds.), Assessment of the Compatibility of the Timber Procurement Assessment System (TPAS) with WTO and EU Law regarding public procurement, a tax on unsustainable wood and a duty to inform, Report for the Dutch Ministry of Environment of Environment (VROM) on the compatibility of the Dutch rules to procure sustainable wood with the WTO and EU legal system (pp. 37-39). The Hague: Ministry of Environment (VROM)
        • A. Arcuri (2009). The Compatibility of a TPAS-Based Tax on Non-Sustainable Wood with WTO Law. In Hey, Davis & Arcuri (Eds.), Assessment of the Compatibility of the Timber Procurement Assessment System (TPAS) with WTO and EU Law regarding public procurement, a tax on unsustainable wood and a duty to inform, Report for the Dutch Ministry of Environment (VROM) on the compatibility of the Dutch rules to procure unsustainable wood with the WTO and EU legal system (pp. 30-36). The Hague: Ministy of Environment (VROM)
        • A. Arcuri (2009). The Agreement on Government Procurement. In Hey, Davis & Arcuri (Eds.), Assessment of the Compatibility of the Timber Procurement Assessment System (TPAS) with WTO and EU Law regarding public procurement, a tax on unsustainable wood and a duty to inform, Report for the Dutch Ministry of Environment (VROM) on the compatibility of the Dutch rules to procure sustainable wood with the WTO and EU legal sysem (pp. 11-29). The Hague: Ministry of Environment (VROM)
        • F.G.M. Smeele, A. Arcuri & N. van Tiggele-van der Velde (2016). Financial instrument to facilitate safe and sound ship recycling Draft Final Report. (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission
        • A. Arcuri, G. Davies & E. Hey (2009). Assessment of the Compatibility of the Timber Procurement Assessment (TPAS) with WTO and EU Law, regarding public procurement, a tax on unsustainable wood and a duty to inform. (Extern rapport). Den Haag: Dutch Ministry of Public Health, Public Planning and Environment
        • A. Arcuri (2002). Boekbespreking [Bespreking van het boek Liability and Environment - Private and Public Law Aspects of Civil Liability for Environmental Harm in an International Context]. .
        • A. Arcuri (2011). [Bespreking van het boek The Application of the Precautionary Principle in Practice, by Joakim Zander]. The European Journal of Risk Regulation, 2(1), 143-145.
        • A. Arcuri (2011). [Bespreking van het boek The Application of the Precautionary Principle in Practice]. The European Journal of Risk Regulation, 143-145.
      • A. Arcuri & S. Poli (2010). The Costs of Decentralized Enforcement of WTO Law. In 103 ASIL Proceedings (pp. 3-5). Washington: ASIL
      • A. Arcuri (2016). Who is afraid of CETA? . (blog). (blog of the the Deaprtment of International and European Union Law). The Department of International and European Union Law BlogReblogged at: http://alessandraarcuri.com/2017/03/24/reblogging-ceta/.
      • A. Arcuri (2013). Animal welfare at the WTO bench: Emotions vs Reasons? (blog). The Department of International and European Law Blog. (available: 17 Apr 2013).
      • A. Arcuri, F. Cafaggi & M. Simoncini (Eds.). (2013) The European Journal of Risk Regulation, 4(2).
      • A. Arcuri (Ed.). (2011) Erasmus Law Review, 3(4).
      • A. Arcuri (2018, januari 18). Invited Lecture on Accountability in Global Technocracy,. EU Ombudsman, Brussels, EU Ombudsman Lunch seminar series.
      • A. Arcuri (2017, oktober 10). Invited Lecture on Legal Dimensions of International Economics and Politics. Erasmus School of Economics (ESE), Erasmus University Rotterdam., Honours Programme in International Politics and Economics,.
      • A. Arcuri (2017, juni 10). selected presentation on ‘The Great Asymmetry and the Rule of Law in Trade and Investment Agreements’. WTO, Graduate Institute, Geneva 9-10 June 2017, Annual Conference on WTO Law.
      • A. Arcuri (2017, juli 2). invited presentation on The Appellate Body Report in Russia – Pigs (EU). , Vienna, Symposium on EU – Russia Trade Law And Policy Relations, organised by MGIMO/ESI and the Diplomatic Academy in Vienna.
      • A. Arcuri (2017, december 1). Dimensions of Accountability for Global Regulatory Scientists. Erasmus School of Law (ESL), Erasmus University Rotterdam, International Workshop on Unpacking the ‘Accountability Paradox’ in Expert-Based Decision-Making.
      • A. Arcuri (2017, oktober 25). Aligning the Core of Investment Arbitration with the Rule of Law. onbekend, International Conference on Reforming International Investment Law: Opportunities, Challenges, Paradigms, Boston College Law School, Boston.
      • A. Arcuri (2017, mei 19). presentation on ‘Risks, Responsibilities and Techno-democracy,’ at the Participatie-symposium,. DesignLab, The Gallery, Enschede, Symposium on Afvalwaterinjectie, sinkholes, Nieuwe inspraakmodellen ontwerpen, om als samenleving beter om te gaan met risicovolle operaties,.
      • A. Arcuri (2016, november 17). Scientists and Legal Liability, invited presentation. Universität Heidelberg, Alfred-Weber-Institut für Wirtschaftswissenschaften, German, Workshop on Tort Law and Innovation.
      • A. Arcuri (2016, december 1). invited presentation on Non-Tariff barrires in Russia-EU relations, under the WTO legal framework. Moscow, Russia, Seminar on the Effects of The WTO Agreements in the EU and in the Eurasian Economic Union, MGIMO/ESI, Moscow.
      • A. Arcuri (2016, november 25). Legal Reasoning of WTO Adjudicatory bodies and Science and Technology Studies. ESL, Rotterdam, INFAR Workshop Varieties of Consequential Reasoning and the Rule of Law: Theory and Institutional Contexts.
      • A. Arcuri (2015, oktober 15). Opening Lecture TTIP: an Informed debate. EUR, Rotterdam, First Young Erasmus Food for Thought Lab ‘The TTIP and the future of the transatlantic regulatory state’.
      • A. Arcuri (2015, mei 22). Invited Presentation: Global Regulatory Scientific Institutions. Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Workshop on Production and Uses of Expertise by International Bureaucracies.
      • A. Arcuri (2015, mei 11). Selected Presentation: International Law Meets Science and Technology Studies. The Hague Institute for Global Justice, The Hague., Symposium The Changing Role of Scholarship in International Law,.
      • A. Arcuri (2015, december 3). Invited Plenary Lecture TTIP and Foreign Investors: Are Some Animals More Equals than Others? EUR, Rotterdam, Common Study Programme on Criminal Justice and Critical Criminology.
      • A. Arcuri (2014, september 4). Presentation: The Sound of Science and the Codex Alimenatarius Commission: Understanding Exclusion, Imagining Inclusion. University of Vienna, Vienna., ESIL 10th Anniversary Conference ‘International Law and …’.
      • A. Arcuri (2014, mei 16). Accountability Regimes for ‘Food Experts’. Radboud University Nijmegen, Hybridisation of Food Governance Workshop,.
      • A. Arcuri (2014, mei 17). Political Economy of International Health Law: Science and Capture,. La Sapienza University, Rome, International Conference on The Political Economy Of International Law.
      • A. Arcuri (2014, juli 10). Multi-Stakeholder Standard-Setting and Regulatory Scientific Institutions: Experiences and Best Practices. University of Bern, Bern, Fourth Society of International Economic Law (SIEL) Global Conference.
      • A. Arcuri (2014, oktober 17). International Food Politics and the Construction Of Risk: Understanding Exclusion, Imagining Inclusion. Institute for Legal Studies, Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary., COST Action Workshop on Imagining the Future: Conceptions of Risk and the Regulation of Uncertainty in International Law,.
      • A. Arcuri (2013, januari 23). presentation: ‘Risk assessment: time for an ‘emotional’ turn?’. University of Antwerp, International Conference on Legal Perspectives on Resilience in Disaster Regulation.
      • A. Arcuri (2013, april 4). presentation: 'L’Aquila and beyond: what role for "responsibility" in regulatory science?'. University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, EPISTO kick-off conference, Why not epistocracy? Political legitimacy and 'the fact of expertise' Arena Centre for European Studies.
      • A. Arcuri (2013, september 14). presentation: "The L'Aquila case and Scientists Accountability'. Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, 11th Annual Meeting German Law and Economics Association.
      • A. ArcuriPresentation: Codex Standards and The WTO: Time For a New Regulatory Epistemology? Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC), Tilburg University,Tilburg., International Conference on “International Standardization, Marrying Public and Private, Global and Local, Law and Economics”.
      • A. Arcuri (2012, juni 28). The Transformation of Organic Regulation: The Ambiguous Distributional Effects of 'Publicization' (presentation: ). University of Exeter, UK., 4th Biennial ECPR Standing Group for Regulatory Governance Conference, 27-29 June 2012.
      • A. Arcuri (2012, juni 22). Rethinking Risk Regulation: From Reason to Compassion? (presentation). Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa., Workshop on Regulating Technological Development at the Intersection of Science and Law, RoboLaw Project, 21-22 June 2012.
      • A. Arcuri (2012, april 16). The Interplay between Government and Governance (presentation). Department of Law, EUI, Florence., International Workshop on Governance by Contract, organized by Prof. Claire Cutler and Prof. Fabrizio Cafaggi,.
      • A. Arcuri (2011, juni 22). Biobags: bringing theory down to earth. T.M.C. Asser Institute, The Hague, Conference 'Transnational Private Regulation: Beyond the Constitutional Challenge'.
      • A. Arcuri (2011, december 7). Bottom-up private regulation: the case of organic regulation. Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, RSCAS Seminar.
      • A. Arcuri (2010, juni 22). Rethinking the risk paradigms at the WTO. SRA-Europe, King's College London, Symposium, 'Global governance of risks: WTO, Codex Alimentarius and Private Standards', SRA, London.
      • A. Arcuri (2017). Head Organizer (with Dr. Florin Coman-Kund) of International Workshop Unpacking the ‘Accountability Paradox’ in Expert-Based Decision-Making,.
      • A. Arcuri (2017). Organizer (together with Dr. Coman-Kund) of the International Workshop Unpacking the ‘Accountability Paradox’ in Expert-Based Decision-Making.
      • A. Arcuri (2017). Sustainable farm management for improvement of animal health and welfare, under the H2020-SFS-2016-2017 call; coordinator (Prof. Sternberg Lewerin). Submitted Research Proposal: .
      • A. Arcuri (2016). Ceci n’est pas Glyphosate: Glyphosate as an object of re-politicization of Global Governance International, Presentation at theWorkshop on Law’s Objects: Emergence, Encounter and Erasure through Object and Image, Queen Mary Centre For Law And Society in a Global Context And UNSW Faculty Of Law Workshop, Queen Mary University, London.
      • A. Arcuri (2016). interview in the Dutch newspaper Trouw on the negotiations on CETA, October 25, 2016, available at http://www.trouw.nl/tr/nl/39681/nbsp/article/detail/4401775/2016/10/25/Is-Philip-Morris-zo-zwak-dat-het-privileges-nodig-heeft.dhtml.
      • A. Arcuri (2016). Head Organizer, Second Young Erasmus Food for Thought Lab ‘Who Is Afraid of European Mega-Regionals? Reflections on CETA (and the Dormant TTIP), EUR, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (co-organized with Federica Violi and Florin Coman-Kund).
      • A. Arcuri (2016). Presentation on Accountability of Technocratic Governance. Lunch Meeting linked to the Workshop on Social Legal Theory with Prof. Brian Z. Tamanaha: (2016, juni 13).
      • A. Arcuri (2016). Revised Version RETHINKING GLOBAL TECHNOCRACY: AN INQUIRY INTO THE AUTHORITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF GLOBAL REGULATORY SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS (GRSIS). Proposal submitted to the Vidi Round 2016; not selected.: .
      • A. Arcuri (2016). Discussion Leader: EU Mega-regionals and the future of the democratic and regulatory state. Second Young Erasmus Food for Thought Lab ‘Who Is Afraid of European Mega-Regionals? Reflections on CETA (and the Dormant TTIP), EUR, Rotterdam, The Netherlands: (2016, oktober 28).
      • A. Arcuri (2015). RETHINKING GLOBAL TECHNOCRACY: AN INQUIRY INTO THE AUTHORITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF GLOBAL REGULATORY SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS (GRSIS). ERC Starting Grant (2015-2016), project selected, invited to the interview, but not funded: .
      • A. Arcuri (2015). Head Organizer, First Young Erasmus Food for Thought Lab ‘The TTIP and the future of the transatlantic regulatory state’, EUR, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
      • A. Arcuri (2011). The Private and Public Dimensions of Smart Regulation.
      • A. Arcuri (2011). Convenor and Chair of the Panel on Standardization Bodies and spoke at the concluding Roundtable. Expert seminar: Irrelevant, Advisor or Decision-makers? The Role of 'Experts' in International Decision-Making: Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam (2011, juni 24 - 2011, juni 25).
      • A. Arcuri (2010). Workshop on "Quality and Effectiveness of Transnational Private Regimes: In Search of a Framework", Discussant of 'Indicators of Regulatory Quality and Effectiveness of Corporate Social Responsibility',.
      • A. Arcuri (2009). Decentralised private enforcement of WTO law? Some critical thoughts. Research Seminar BACT: Erasmus University, Rotterdam (2009, februari 20).
      • A. Arcuri (periode: 2017 t/m 2017). Visiting Professor (May 2017)Position at: Link Campus University Rome.
      • A. Arcuri (2016). Erasmus + Jean Monnet Network for a collaborative project on ‘WTO and EU-Russia Cooperation: Legal and Economic Aspects’. Overig.
      • A. Arcuri (2016). EUR Fellowship: research grant awarded by Erasmus University Rotterdam on Rethinking Global Technocracy: Towards a Theoretical Framework for the Accountability of Global Regulatory Scientific Institutions. Overig.
      • A. Arcuri (2015). Research of Excellence Intiative; Grant by Erasmus University Rotterdam for a Collective Project on Depoliticization and the Public Interest (Co-ordinator Prof.dr. Willem Schinkel, EUR). Overig.
      • A. Arcuri (2011). Research on 'The Public Dimensions of Private Regulatory Regimes in the Area of Social Regulation'. Jean Monnet fellowship: . Overig.
      • A. Arcuri (2011). Jean Monnet Fellowship, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute (EUI), Florence. Overig.
      • A. Arcuri (2003). Global Research Fellow, School of Law – New York University (NYU). Overig.
      • A. Arcuri (2001). Marie Curie Fellowship, Law and Economics Institute - Hamburg University. Overig.
      • A. Arcuri (Expert Panelist) (2015, jul 03). WTO Appellate Body report on India – Agricultural Products. [webcast]. In Talking Disputes, Organised by ICTSD and WTIA. WTO, Geneva: available at: http://www.ictsd.org/themes/trade-law/events/talking-disputes-the-india-%E2%80%93-agricultural-products-dispute.
      • A. Arcuri (Interview) (2015, okt 06). The dangers of ISDS in TTIP. [webcast]. In Studio Erasmus, Talkshow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eQBLPbOqbw&list=PLVqui2jTS-yfBJTlKvLsW_3gOD51-JgaJ.
      • A. Arcuri (2015, november 3). TTIP: het verzet groeit (De Kwestie: Interview on the TTIP). Erasmus Magazine, pp. 9-11.
      • A. Arcuri (2005, januari 7). Governing the risks of ultra-hazardous challenges for contemporary legal systems. EUR (275 pag.) (Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam) Prom./coprom.: prof.dr. R.J. Van den Bergh.
  • Associate Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Law
    Department
    International and European Union Law
    Country
    Nederland
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  • Public International Law

    Title
    Public International Law
    Year
    2017
    Period
    B 1.5
    Year level
    bachelor 3 (Bachelor Rechtsgeleerdheid / Vrijdagmiddagonderwijs)

    International Economic Law

    Title
    International Economic Law
    Year
    2017
    Period
    BLOK 4
    Year level
    master (Rechtsgeleerdheid / International and European Union Law), master (Commercial Law / Commercial and Company Law), master (Commercial Law / Maritime & Transport Law)

    Human Rights & Intern. Econ. Governance

    Title
    Human Rights & Intern. Econ. Governance
    Year
    2017
    Period
    LAS Q4
    Year level
    Level 300 (LAS / Social and Behavioural Sciences)

    Public International Law

    Title
    Public International Law
    Year
    2016
    Period
    B 1.5
    Year level
    bachelor 3 (Bachelor Rechtsgeleerdheid / Vrijdagmiddagonderwijs)

    International Economic Law

    Title
    International Economic Law
    Year
    2016
    Period
    BLOK 4
    Year level
    master (Rechtsgeleerdheid / International and European Public Law), master (Commercial Law / Commercial and Company Law), master (Commercial Law / Maritime & Transport Law)

    Human Rights & Intern. Econ. Governance

    Title
    Human Rights & Intern. Econ. Governance
    Year
    2016
    Period
    LAS Q4
    Year level
    Level 300 (LAS / Social and Behavioural Sciences)
  • The European Journal of Risk Regulation

    Role
    Editorial Board
    Start Date
    Jan/2017
  • European Universite Institute

    Role
    Jean Monnet Fellow
    Obtained Wage
    no
    Start Date
    Sep/2011
    End Date
    Sep/2012

    New York University School of Law

    Role
    HAUSER GLOBAL RESEARCH FELLOW
    Obtained Wage
    no
    Start Date
    Feb/2003
    End Date
    Feb/2004

    Law and Economics Institute - Hamburg University

    Role
    MARIE CURIE FELLOW
    Obtained Wage
    no
    Start Date
    Apr/2001
    End Date
    Jul/2001

    Young Erasmus

    Role
    Member
    Start Date
    Jan/2015

    Erasmus School of Law

    Role
    Master Coordinator
    Start Date
    Jan/2015

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