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Law & Governance - Beyond the Public-Private Law Divide?

Law & Governance - Beyond the Public-Private Law Divide?
  • Year of publication 2013
  • 312 pages
Editor:A.L.B. Colombi Ciacchi, M.A. Heldeweg, and Bernd van der Meulen
Series:NILG - Governance & Recht (volume 9)
Icon_printbook 978‐94‐6236‐103‐4 | paperback | 1st edition | € 67,00 / $ 85,05 / £ 66,78
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The Third Annual NILG Conference took place at Wageningen University on 29 November 2011. The conference was themed ‘Law & Governance – Beyond the Public-Private Law Divide?’. A governance approach focuses on all institutions that pursue policy goals. During the conference, the main question discussed was what this approach means for legal research and legal practice. Is the distinction between public and private law still relevant? Can the governance approach enrich methodologies of legal research? Can this approach further new types of regulation, in which the market or civil society organizations have an important input and/or which require more technical expertise?

Target group

Scholars interested in the Law and Governance theme.

Author's information

Aurelia L.B. Colombi Ciacchi is professor of Law and Governance and Academic Director of the Groningen Centre for Law and Governance, at the University of Groningen, Faculty of Law

Michiel A. Heldeweg is professor of Public Governance Law at the University of Twente, Department of Public Administration

Bernd M.J. van der Meulen is professor of Law and Governance at the Research University of Wageningen, Department of Social Sciences

Richard Neerhof is an associate professor of administrative law in the department of constitutional and administrative law of the VU University of Amsterdam