Volume 48 Articles


Volume 48, Issue 3 (Spring 2013)

Articles

Introduction
Emily Kadens
In the Name of Custom, Culture, and the Constitution: Korean Customary Law in Flux
Marie Seong-Hak Kim
Legal Autonomy Versus Regulatory Law: Customary Law in Eastern Scandinavia
Kjell Å. Modéer
Western Scandinavia: Exit “Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch” — The Resurrection of Customary Laws
Peter Ørebech
False Jurisdictions? A Revisionist Take on Customary (Religious) Law in Germany
Pascale Fournier & Pascal McDougall
The Law and Economics of Norms
Juliet P. Kostritsky
Custom in American Property Law: A Vanishing Act
Henry E. Smith
The Jurisprudence of Custom
Frederick Schauer
Contextualizing Legitimacy
Kish Vinayagamoorthy

Note

Why Wars Without a Name May Need One: Policy-Based Application of International Humanitarian Law in the Algerian War
Katherine Draper


Volume 48, Issue 2 (Spring 2013)

Articles

The Right to Leave the Eurozone
Jens C. Dammann
The Financial Stability Board: From Independence to Politics in International Financial Regulation
Stavros Gadinis
Organizational Choices of Banks and the Effective Supervision of Transantional Financial Institutions
Tobias H. Tröger
Amending the National Constitutions to Save the Euro: Is this the Right Strategy?
Victor Ferreres Comella
Narratives of European Crisis and the Future of (Social) Europe
Philomila Tsoukala
Combating the Financial Crisis: European and German Corporate and Securities Laws and the Case for Abolishing Sovereign Debtors’ Privileges
Christian Kersting

Note

A Critical look at the Current International Response to Combat Trade-Based Money Laundering: The Risk-Based Customs Audit as a Solution
Laura Hoffmann


Volume 48, Issue 1 (Fall 2012)

Articles

Leaving the FDA Behind: Pharmaceutical Outsourcing and Drug Safety
Chenglin Liu
Beyond Ruggie’s Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: Charting an Embracive Approach to Corporate Human Rights Compliance
Robert C. Blitt
Tracking Genocide: Persecution of the Karen in Burma
Jay Milbrandt

Notes

The Limits of Economic Sanctions Under International Humanitarian Law: The Case of the Congo
Mallory Owen