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The Law of Open Societies – Private Ordering and Public Regulation of International Relations General Course on Private International Law (Volume 360)

(204,883 words)

Author(s): Basedow, Jürgen
Basedow, Jürgen Keywords: Private international law | Conflict of laws | Development of international law | Globalization | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT This course looks into private international law from a new perceptive, by first focusing on the actor of international areas, private as public and what are their common point. The goal is to understand how closed nation-States, by globalization, showed an evolution leading to open society. After that, different form of private ordering intended to reduce the risk of inter…

Aspects économiques du droit international privé (Volume 307)

(155,845 words)

Author(s): Muir Watt, Horatia
Muir Watt, Horatia Keywords: Economy | Globalization | Private international law | Mots clefs: Economie | Mondialisation | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT Professor Muir-Watt shows in her course that, because of economic globalization, private international law is at the same time subjected to a movement towards privatization and a movement towards politicization of disputes. The movement towards the privatization of international law results from national legislations that are made to compete and are subjected t…

The Global Horizon of Private International Law Inaugural Lecture, Private International Law Session, 2015 (Volume 380)

(39,100 words)

Author(s): Van Loon, Hans
Van Loon, Hans Keywords: Private international law | Development of international law | Globalization | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT This inaugural lecture starts with the development of private international law as nation-states appeared. It became “nationalized” even though globalization called upon a transnational perspective. Private international law has become increasingly complementary to regional and global public international law. While still focusing on private relationships, it is now linked to public interna…

Organisations internationales et mondialisation Conférence prononcée à l’Académie de droit international de La Haye le 2 juillet 2002 (Volume 294)

(8,314 words)

Author(s): Camdessus, Michel
Camdessus, Michel Keywords: Globalization | Economic development | Economic co-operation | Mots clefs: Mondialisation | Développement économique | Coopération économique | ABSTRACT In his lecture of July 2, 2002, Michel Camdessus, former Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, examines the reasons why global governance vis-a-vis globalization is such a burning issue, lists the too timid solutions that have been adopted for the moment, and identifies the principles and methods of a more pertinent approach. Organisations internationales et Mondialisation Mi…

The Public International Law Regime Governing International Investment (Volume 344)

(142,300 words)

Author(s): Enrique Alvarez, José
Enrique Alvarez, José Keywords: Foreign direct investment | Public international law | Legal regime | Economy | Globalization | Sovereignty | United States of America | Bilateral investment treaties | Argentina | Mots clefs: Investissements directs à l'étranger | Droit international public | Régime juridique | Economie | Mondialisation | Souveraineté | Etats-Unis d'Amérique | Traités bilatéraux d'investissement | Argentine | ABSTRACT This course considers the ramifications of the legal regime that governs transborder capital flows. This regime consists pri…

Le droit international privé du nouveau millénaire: la protection de la personne humaine face à la globalisation (Volume 282)

(9,844 words)

Author(s): Jayme, Erik
Jayme, Erik Keywords: Private international law | Globalization | Mots clefs: Droit international privé | Mondialisation | ABSTRACT Erik Jayme, Professor em. of Law and former Director of the Institute for Foreign and International Privat and Commercial Law of the University of Heidelberg, suggests in his course that that our time is marked by three characteristics: speed, ubiquity, and freedom. We are witnessing the fact that speed itself becomes a legal value, having a visible impact in private international la…

Quelle place pour l’État dans le droit international d’aujourd’hui? (Volume 347)

(20,479 words)

Author(s): Salmon, Jean
Salmon, Jean Keywords: States | Sovereignty | Competence | Globalization | Legal personality | Public international law | European Union | Mots clefs: Etats | Souveraineté | Compétence | Mondialisation | Personnalité juridique | Droit international public | Union européenne | ABSTRACT Jean Salmon, Professor Emeritus at the Université libre de Bruxelles, was convinced, while attending Paul Reuter’s doctoral course on international organizations in Paris in 1955, that the sovereign State was destined to disappear and would otherwise be re…