Universiteit Leiden

nl en

Eight Meijers prizes awarded

On Thursday 10 January the annual Meijers prizes were awarded for the best published article, of each faculty research programme, written by Assistant Professors or other academic staff members. The winners received a certificate and a sum of money to spend on research.

Criminal Justice

Anouk Bosma: Selection processes in prison-based treatment referrals: a street level bureaucracy perspective

In: Crime & Delinquency 64(8) 1001-1032

Juryrapport

Coherent privaatrecht 

Thy Pham:Shifting Paradigm? Long-Term Value Creation as a Normative Principle in a Hostile Takeover: Evidence from the Netherlands”   

In: European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 4(2): 91-102.

Juryrapport

Exploring the Frontiers of International Law

Daniel Peat: International Investment Law and the Public Law Analogy

In: Journal of International Dispute Settlement 9(u) 654-678

Juryrapport

Effective protection of fundamental rights in a pluralist world              

Karolina La Fors-Owczynik:Profiling ‘Anomalies’ and the Anomalies of Profiling: Digitalized Risk Assessments of Dutch Youth and the New European Data Protection Regime

In: Adams S., Purtova N., Leenes R. (Eds.) Under Observation: The Interplay Between eHealth and Surveillance, Springer Publishers, the Hague, p. 107-138

Juryrapport

Grenzen van fiscale soevereiniteit       

Dirk Broekhuijsen:Een evaluatie van het multilateraal instrument

In: Tijdschrift Fiscaal Ondernemingsrecht 2018/158.2

Juryrapport

Hervorming van sociale regelgeving    

Jim Been:Job-search requirements for unemployed at the end of working life: Effects of unemployment dynamics and self-employment probabilities

In: Journal of Human Resources 52(2) 491-530

Juryrapport

The Legitimacy and Effectiveness of Law & Governance in a World of multilevel jurisdictions             

Claudia Bouteligier: Empathie als supplement: redactionele inleiding

In: Claudia Bouteliglier & Timo Slootweg (red.), Het empathisch supplement in recht en literatuur. Oud-Turnhout/’s-Hertogenbosch: Gompel &Scavina 2018

Juryrapport

The Progression of EU law: Accommodating change and upholding values

Melanie Fink:Non-Governmental Organisations and Search and Rescue at Sea

In: Maritime Safety and Security Law Journal 4: 1-25.

Juryrapport

More images of the award ceremony here

This website uses cookies. More information