Current and forthcoming visitors:






Professor Josep CapdeferroPompeu Fabra UniversityApril-July 2022Comparing historical experiences on rule of law and parliamentarism
Professor Ignacio CofoneMcGill UniversityMay 2022Privacy tradeoffs: behavioural economics and regulatory limits in data protection
Professor Alexander HellgardtUniversity of RegensburgMay-June 2022The changing divide between public and private law
Dr Pinelopi GiosaUniversity of PortsmouthFebruary-March 2022Environmentally friendly products: how to make them competitive without relying on interfirm cooperation
Professor Francesco BilanciaUniversity "G. d'Annunzio" of Chieti-PescaraJuly-August 2021Sovereignty of the people: democracy and populism
Dr Martina ConticelliUniversity of Rome "Tor Vergata"July-August 2022Expropriation: regulations and other administrative limits to property rights: the role of procedural requirements in the definition of the proprietary status
Professor Juan Fuentes OsorioUniversity of JaenMay-June 2022Hate speech: a comparative study of the English legal context
Dr Brooke MarshallUniversity of New South WalestncAsymmetrtic jurisdiction clauses
Dr Alisdair MacPhersonUniversity of AberdeenJune-August 2022Floating charges in comparative perspective
Dr Gabriel MagadanPontificia Universidade Catolica do RGSMarch-September 2022The hypothetical cause problem: a comparative study of causation issue in tort law and civil liability
Professor Chee Ho ThamSingapore Management UniversitySeptember 2021-March 2022Assignment of intangible assets under non-English legal systems
Julia Motte-BaumvolUniversity of ParisSeptember 2021-May 2022Social protection for ageing migrants in a globalized world: building bridges between national, regional and international law for old-age pension rights
Dr Kathrin EidenmüllerMunich Court of AppealsSeptember 2021-July 2022Optimizing judicial proceedings in commercial matters in a post-pandemic/post-Brexit world
Professor Anatole BouteChinese University of Hong KongJanuary-May 2022Shaping the Eurasian energy market: regulatory convergence and strategic influence along the belt and road
Professor Johann HattinghUniversity of Cape TownMay-October 2022

1. Finding the meaning of nexus for taxes - past, present and future

2. The dialectical relationship between taxation and the political balance of power