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About the Author
Pierre Larouche is Professor of competition law, Tilburg University (the Netherlands) and a founding director of the Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC). Péter Cserne is now Senior lecturer in law, University of Hull (United Kingdom) and an extramural fellow of TILEC.
Table of ContentsIntroduction.- Convergence and divergence, in law and economics and comparative law.- The Draft Common Frame of Reference (DCFR): A giant with feet of clay .- The recodification of private law in Central and Eastern Europe.- Courts and expertise: Consequence-based arguments in judicial reasoning.- From a formalistic to an integrative model: the case of EU economic regulation.- The reform of EU electronic communications law: revolution or evolution? Networks of regulatory agencies in Europe.- Reinventing accountability: judicial control vs. participation.- Legal emulation between regulatory competition and comparative law .- Impact Assessment: the theory.- Impact Assessment: empirical evidence.- Judicial networks.- Conclusions.