Economic optimization of tort law.
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Harmonisation of private law in Europe.
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Liability for unknown risks: A law and economics perspective.
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Self-regulation versus public regulation: an analysis of environmental and safety standards setting in the oil and gas pipeline sector.
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The regulation of corporate environmental responsibility.
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Attribution of liability: An economic analysis of various cases.
Chicago-Kent law review, 91(2), 603-635.
Compensation for nuclear damage: a comparison among the international regime, Japan and China.
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Explaining the failure of environmental law in China.
Columbia Journal of Asian Law, 29(2), 1-99.
In the aftermath of the disaster: liability and compensation mechanisms as tools to reduce disaster risks.
Stanford Journal of International Law, 52(1), 95-178.
Liability and compensation for damage resulting from CO2 storage sites.
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The role of Engos in environmental litigation: a French case study.
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A multilayered approach to cover damage caused by offshore facilities.
Virginia Environmental Law Journal, 33, 356-422.
Appellate caseload and the switch to comparative negligence.
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Cartel enforcement in China. Monetary or criminal sanctions?
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Dispersed losses in tort law. An economic analysis.
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Potential and limits of out-of-court rapid claims settlement - a law and economics analysis.
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Private liability and critical infrastructure.
European Journal of Risk Regulation, 6(2), 229-243.
Settling disputes in the tourism industry: the global code of ethics for tourism and the world committee on tourism ethics.
Santa Clara Journal of International Law, 13(2), 375-415.
Special issue: the rule of law and climate adaptation in the Asian region.
Carbon & Climate Law Review, 9(1), 1-4.
The directive on criminal sanctions for market abuse: a move towards harmonizing inside trading criminal lat at the EU level?
Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law, 9(2), 387-427.
The economics of disaster relief.
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The interplay between public and private enforcement in European private law: law and economics perspective.
European Review of Private Law, 4, 525-549.
Third-party financing and litigation expenditures.
NYU Journal of Law & Business, 12(3), 751-778.
Compensation for environmental damage in China: theory and practice.
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Insurance as a remedy against financial crisis.
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Shale gas exploitation in Europe: liability and insurance under uncertainty.
Environmental Law and Management, 26(6), 205-217.
Shrimp export from Benin vs food safety in Europe: reconcilable interests?
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The complementary roles of liability, regulation and insurance in safety management: theory and practice.
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The effectiveness of cross-border pipeline safety and environmental regulations (under international law).
North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation, 40(1), 55-134.
The internal market and the consumer: what consumers actually choose.
Columbia Journal of European Law, 21(1), 47-70.
The regulator's dilemma: caught between the need for flexibility & the demands of foreseeability. Reassessing the lex certa principle. .
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The role of China's banking sector in providing green finance.
Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, XXIV, 89-140.
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