Gastforscher 2016


Zamira Xhaferri, Universität Maastricht

“Has the Introduction of a Novel Hierarchy of Norms by the Lisbon Treaty Achieved its Intended Objectives?”

Andrew F. Tuch, Washington University, St. Louis

“The Role of M&A Advisors in Safeguarding the Public Interest in Financial Markets”

Markus Wagner, University of Miami

“Preferential Trade Agreements Among Economic Superpowers: Is TTIP a Threat to Regulatory Autonomy or Guidepost for Future Developments?”

Giovanni Zampetti, Universität La Sapienza, Rom

“Signs of Crisis in the European System of Fundamental Rights: Protocol No. 16 to the ECHR and the Issue of the Accession of the European Union to the Convention”

Francesco Saitto, Universität La Sapienza, Rom

„European political parties and European public space from the Maastricht Treaty to the Reg. No. 1141/2014. A historical and comparative analysis“

Barbora Králicková, Slowakische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Bratislava

„Angleichung der Wettbewerbsregeln, Länderstudie Slowakei“

Claudio Lombardi, Skolkovo Institute for Law and Development, Moskau

„Analysis of the Kone case on umbrella pricing“


Frühere Gastforscher


Mersilia Anastasiadou, Center of Eastern Studies for Culture and Communication, Panteion Universität Athen

“Economic Adjustment Programmes to cope with the Greek debt crisis and their implementation by Greece”

Darlis Mojarrieta, Universität Sydney

„Selection Policies for Skilled Migration in the European Union: Implementation of the EU Blue Card Scheme”

Sergiu Buscaneanu, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

„Regime Dynamics in Post-Soviet States: EU Democracy Promotion, International Influences, and Domestic Contexts“

Discussion Paper 2/16

Nargiza Kilichova, Willy Brandt School of Public Policy der Universität Erfurt

„Competition Policy implications in cross-border merger transactions“

Marko Milenkovic, Institute of Social Sciences Belgrad

“Approximation of State aid Control in Serbia to EU Law – challenges and prospects”

Discussion Paper 1/16



Alexander Salenko, Department of International and European Law of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University of Russia

„Das Recht zu protestieren in Europa und Russland“

Marianne Takle, NOVA, Oslo und Akershus University College

„Harmonisation of Categories and the European Border Control Regime“

„All European countries are not the same!
The Dublin Regulation and onward migration in Europe“

(Die Forschung zu Teilen dieses Werkes wurde am Institute for European Integration, finanziert durch den DAAD, durchgeführt)

Michele Francaviglia, University La Sapienza, Rome

„The balancing technique used by the European Court of Justice to solve the possible conflicts between fundamental rights“

Madalina Dobrescu, London School of Economics

„The role of EU civilian missions in security and peacebuilding processes in Eastern Europe“

Discussion Paper 2/15

Dumitriţa Bologan, Academy of Sciences of Moldova

„Foundations of Adjustment of the Republic of Moldova Competition Law to the European Union Competition Law“

Discussion Paper 1/15

Novitet XH. Nezaj, Government of the Republic of Kosovo

„Kosovo’s relationship with the EU, transformation into a market economy and its development of domestic competition law“

Discussion Paper 4/15

Discussion Paper 5/15

Discussion Paper 6/15

Claudio Lombardi, University of Trento

„Convergence of liability regimes in private enforcement of competition law: a law and economics analysis“

Discussion Paper 8/15

Anca Chirita, Universität Durham

„Anpassung des rumänischen Wettbewerbsrechts an die Wettbewerbsregeln der EU“

Göksel Kuşlu, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Ankara

„Turkey’s labour market and social policies during the negotiations of accession with the EU“

Discussion Paper 3/15

Maris Butans, Latvian Competition Council, Riga

„Approximation of Competition Rules of New and Future Member States to EU Law: Latvia“


Nada Dollani, University of Tiriana

„The EU Origin of the Albanian Legal Regime on Product Liability“

Discussion Paper 02/14

Julia Iliopoulos-Strangas, University of Athens

„Soziale Grundrechte in Europa“

Dzmitry Bartalevich, University of Aarhus

„Convergence between competition control policies in the EU and the US“

Yesim Atamer, Istanbul Bilgi University

„Türkisches Verbraucherschutzrecht und dessen europarechtliche Bezüge“

Andrew Glencross, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Aberdeen

„Democracy and European Integration in the Shadow of the Debt Crisis: Markets, Elites, and Voters“

Discussion Paper Nr. 3/13

Sergei A. Mudrov, Baranovichi State University

„The European Union and Christian Churches: the patterns of interaction“

Discussion Paper Nr. 3/14



Konrad Lachmayer, University of Vienna, Faculty of Law

„Möglichkeiten und Grenzen des Europäischen Menschenrechtsschutzes am Beispiel der Verfassungsentwicklungen in Ungarn“

Khaydarali Yunusov, UNESCO Chair on International Law and Human Rights at the University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED), Tashkent

„Decision making process within Eurasian economic integration: intergovernmentalismversus supranationalism“

Katalin Nagy, Kopint-Datorg Foundation for economic research, Budapest

„Mitgliedschaft der mittel- und osteuropäischen Länder in der Währungsunion – Risiken und Chancen“

Discussion Paper Nr. 04/13

Balázs Ferkelt, Budapest Business School

„Mitgliedschaft der mittel- und osteuropäischen Länder in der Währungsunion – Risiken und Chancen“

Discussion Paper Nr. 04/13

Endre Domonkos, Budapest Business School

Die Grenzen und die Zukunft der Kohäsionspolitik aus deutscher und ungarischer Sicht

Yulian Tsolov, International Organisation for Migration, Belgrade

Migration Challenges for the Pre-Accession Countries of South-East Europe

Johann-Jakob Wulf, Andrássy University Budapest

„Macro-regional strategies in the European Union“


Dorian Jano

„Adopting and Implementing EU Legislation: The Case of the Potential Member-States from Western Balkans (2005-2009)“

Discussion Paper Nr. 2/12

Zamira Xhaferri

„Post-Lisbon Comitology: A Critical Approach“

Published in: Journal of European and Comparative Law (Issue 20/4, 2013).

Piero Cavicchi

„The European Commission’s discretion as to the adoption of Article 9 commitment decisions: Lessons from Alrosa“

Discussion Paper Nr. 3/11

Andrea Gyulai-Schmidt

„Entwicklung der Europäischen Rechtssprechung zum Vergaberecht im Bereich der Dienstleistungen von allgemeinem wirtschaftlichen Interesse“

Published in: Vergaberecht, Issue 6/2012, pp. 809-833.

Further Information


Viesturs Pauls Karnups

„Latvian Foreign Trade and Investment with Germany and Russia: Past and Present“

Discussion Paper Nr. 4/10


Shiwei Shi

„Auswirkungen des Beitritts Chinas zur WTO auf die Wettbewerbspolitik in China: Eineinstitutionenöknomische Betrachtung“

Discussion Paper Nr. 2/09

Jüri Sepp

„Industriestruktur als Ursache für Produktivitätsunterschiede in Europa: Das Beispiel Estland“

Discussion Paper Nr. 1/09