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CELSE - Parallel Sessions II

All Parallel Sessions II are scheduled from 1.30 - 3.15 PM

Constitutional Law and Fundamental Rights - Room C0.23

Chair: Shai Dothan, University of Copenhagen - iCourts - Centre of Excellence for International Courts

Measuring Violations of Human Rights: An Empirical Analysis of Awards in Respect of Non-Pecuniary Damage Under the European Convention on Human Rights
Szilvia Altwicker-Hamori, Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Tilmann Altwicker, University of Basel - Faculty of Law (presenter)
Anne Peters, Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences - Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
Discussant: Rok Spruk, Utrecht University - Research Group Social Economic History
A Virtual Wall of Shame: The New Way of Imposing Reputational Sanctions on Defiant States
Shai Dothan, University of Copenhagen - iCourts - Centre of Excellence for International Courts (presenter)
Discussant: Antoinette Muntjewerff, University of Amsterdam - Faculty of Law

Data Analysis as a Method to Gather Data to Study the Relation between Fundamental Rights and Rule of Law
Antoinette Muntjewerff, University of Amsterdam - Faculty of Law (presenter)
Kirsten van Loo, Utrecht University
Discussant: Shai Dothan, University of Copenhagen - iCourts - Centre of Excellence for International Courts

 

Judges and Judging II - Room C2.05

Chair: Thomas Gschwend, University of Mannheim - Department of Political Science

Correction Activities by French Supreme Courts and Control over their Dockets
Pierre Bentata, École Supérieure de Commerce (ESC) de Troyes (presenter)
Yolande Hiriart, University of Toulouse 1
Romain Espinosa, Université  Paris II - Panthéon-Assas
Discussant: Lydia Tiede, University of Houston

Political Signals and Judicial Review on the Bulgarian Constitutional Court
Tanya Bagashka, University of Houston
Lydia Brashear Tiede, University of Houston (presenter)
Discussant: Ieva Sakalauskaite, University of Amsterdam

Optimal Panel Size on the UK Supreme Court
Chris Hanretty, University of East Anglia (UEA) - School of Political, Social and International Studies (presenter)
Discussant: Thomas Gschwend, University of Mannheim - Department of Political Science

 

Law & Finance I - C2.23

Chair: Alexander Groh, EMLYON Business School

Same Rules, Different Enforcement: Market Abuse in Europe
Douglas J. Cumming, York University - Schulich School of Business
Alexander Peter Groh, EMLYON Business School, EMLYON Business School (presenter)
Sofia Johan, York University - Schulich School of Business
Discussant: Daniel Behn, Pluricourts
Effects Of Patent Rights On Industry Structure and R&D
Tolga Caskurlu, University of Amsterdam Business School (presenter)
Discussant: Guosong Xu, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

Foreign Bribery and Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions
Guosong Xu, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management (presenter)
Discussant: Alexander Groh, EMLYON Business School

 

 

Law & Text-Mining II - Room C3.17

Chair: Allen Riddell, Dartmouth College

Constitutional Archetypes
David S. Law, Washington University in Saint Louis - School of Law (presenter)
Discussant: Arthur Dyevre, KU Leuven - Faculty of Law
Agenda Formation and the U.S. Supreme Court: A Topic Model Approach
Michael A. Livermore, University of Virginia - School of Law
Allen Riddell, Dartmouth College (presenter)
Daniel Rockmore, Dartmouth College - Department of Mathematics
Discussant: David S. Law, Washington University in Saint Louis - School of Law
The Promise and Pitfalls of Automated Text-Scaling Techniques for the Analysis of Judicial Opinions
Arthur Dyevre, KU Leuven - Faculty of Law (presenter)
Discussant: Allen Riddell, Dartmouth College

 

 

Litigation - Room D1.09

Chair: Neil Rickman, University of Surrey - Department of Economics

Determinants of In-Court Settlements - Empirical Evidence from a German Trial Court
Michael Berlemann, University of the German Federal Armed Forces - Department of Economics
Robin Christmann, Leibniz School of Business (presenter)
Discussant: Kowsar Yousefi, Institute for Management and Planning Studies, Iran

Legal Fees and Delay in Settlement
Paul Fenn, University of Nottingham
Neil Rickman, University of Surrey - Department of Economics (presenter)
Discussant: Simon Hedlin, Harvard University, Students

Are Bad Physicians Pardoned with Shorter Litigations? Evidence from Med-Mals in Florida
Kowsar Yousefi, Institute for Management and Planning Studies, Iran (presenter)
Discussant: Neil Rickman, University of Surrey - Department of Economics

 

 

Contract Law - Room C2.17

Chair: Mark Wilson, Saint Bonaventure University

Holmes May Well Have Been Right After All: How Contract Law Reflects Interpersonal Morality
Sergio Rubens Mittlaender Leme de Souza, Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences - Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy (presenter)
Discussant: Chantal Mak, University of Amsterdam - Centre for the Study of European Contract Law (CSECL)

Contracts and Trust
Bryan C. McCannon, West Virginia University - College of Business & Economics
Colleen Tokar Asaad, Baldwin Wallace University
Mark Wilson, Saint Bonaventure University (presenter)
Discussant: Sergio Rubens Mittlaender Leme de Souza, Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences - Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy
Insuring Your Donation - An Experiment
Renate Buijze, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) - Erasmus School of Law
Christoph Engel, Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences - Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods (presenter)
Sigrid Hemels, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) - Erasmus School of Law
Discussant: Mark Wilson, Saint Bonaventure University