Legal Aspects of the EU Association Agreements with Georgia, ...

Legal Aspects of the EU Association Agreements with Georgia, ...
Trunk, Alexander; Panych, Nazar; Rieckhof, Susanne

Legal Aspects of the EU Association Agreements with Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine in the Context of the EU Eastern Partnership Initiative

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ISBN 978-3-8441-5509-9
Bestell-Nr. 5509C
Warengruppe Rechtswissenschaft
Sachgruppe Kieler Schriften für Ostrecht
Einband broschiert
Sprache Englisch
Umfang 182
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction
By:
- Alexander Trunk

A. General Aspects
With contributions by:
- Felicia Badalova
- Ala Otgon
- Tetiana Iliushyna
- Mykhailo Smeshko
- Oleksandr Shevchuk
- Vadym Karnaukh

B. Trade and Investment Aspects: the DCFTAs within the Three Association Agreements
With contributions by:
- Marta Zakharko
- Anastasiia Romanchenko
- Kseniya Smyrnova
- Anastasiia Rogozina

C. Economic and Sectoral Cooperation within the Three Associations Agreements – Overview and Examples
With contributions by:
- Alexander Trunk
- Ana Tokhadze
- Olena Serpukhovitina
- Solomon Menabdishvili

D. Cooperation in the Area of Justice, Freedom and Security in the Three Association Agreements and Related Issues
With contributions by:
- Ludmila Negritu
- Salome Kavtaradze

E. Dispute Settlement under the three Association Agreements
With contributions by:
- Yulia Khomyn
- Anastasiia Bessonova

Über den Autor

Alexander Trunk is a professor of civil and East European law at the University of Kiel. He is the director of the Institute of East European Law of Kiel University and currently serves as chair of Kiel University‘s Center of East European Studies. He holds a doctor honoris causa degree of Tibilisi State Universiy and a honoris causa professorship of the Urals State Law University at Ekaterinburg.

Nazar Panych studied law at the University of Lviv (Ukraine) and wrote a PhD thesis in legal history. He furthermore acquired an LL.M. degree at the University of Regensburg. In 2016 he finished a PhD thesis at the University of Kiel on “Indemnity Insurance in Ukrainian Law” from a comparative perspective. Currently he works as a research assistant at the Institute of East European Law of Kiel University.

Susanne Rieckhof studied law at the universities of Greifswald and Krasnoyarsk. Her PhD thesis was about the penal system in Russia. She worked as a lawyer as well as a consultant in the Landtag of Schleswig-Holstein. Besides she was a research assistant at the Institute of East European Law. Nowadays she is the managing director of the police union of Schleswig-Holstein.

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