Hamburg Lectures in L&E
The Hamburg Lectures in Law and Economics are a lecture series that takes place at the University of Hamburg every Wednesday evening (6:15 - 7:45 p.m.) during the semester. The lectures, held by internationally renowned researchers from Germany and abroad, deal with current research results in the field of economic analysis of law and address a broad audience through their interdisciplinary approach.
Summer Term 2021
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, all lectures will be held via zoom until further notice. Please send an email to email@example.com to register for the lectures.
Unless otherwise indicated, all lectures will take place on Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. We are looking forward to seeing you.
Rewiring Corporate Law for an Interconnected World
5:30 pm CEST
The Development and Regulation of Mobile Payment: Chinese Experiences and Comparative Perspectives
Corporate Groups Ownership and Contracts
Kin Networks and Institutional Development
Contract Law and Inequality
Compliance for Foxes – Compliance Theories & the Behavioural Turn in International Law
On the Virtues of Simple Standards
Forensic Economics and Vote Buying
Betrayal, Risk, and Externalities: An experimental study on fairness ideals
Does legal freedom satisfy?
Islamic Law States and Peaceful Resolution of Territorial Disputes
How does court stability affect legal stability?
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