Collaboration

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The Center for Law & Economics collaborates with leading academic institutions in Asia, Europe and the U.S., in particular through joint research projects, conferences and teaching activities. Major collaboration partners include:

1. Max Planck Institutes, Germany

2. New York University (link)

  • Research projects on judicial decision-making (Gerard Hertig and Lewis Kornhauser), on cumulative innovation (Stefan Bechtold, Chris Buccafusco & Chris Sprigman) and on innovation on rare diseases (Stefan Bechtold & Kathy Strandburg)
  • Regular conferences organized by the Center for Law & Economics and New York University School of Law in the area of law, finance & banking as well as innovation

3. Singapore-ETH Center (link) and National University Singapore (link)

4. Université de Toulouse

  • Regular conferences organized by the Center for Law & Economics and Toulouse School of Economics in the area of law, innovation & finance

5. Université Paris 1

  • Research project on CAC 40 Charters (1966-2016) (Gerard Hertig and Alain Pietrancosta) as part of the collaboration between the Center for Law & Economics and Labex ReFi (Paris 1/CNAM/ENA/ESCP/HESAM)
  • Regular seminars organized by the Center for Law & Economics and the Université Paris 1 in the area of law & finance

6. Universities of Basel, Lucerne, St. Gallen and Zurich

  • For an overview of the three Workshop & Lecture Series, which are co-organized by the Center for Law & Economics and various Swiss universities, please click here.

For an overview of the research activities of members of the Center for Law & Economics, please click here.

 
 
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28.03.2017
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