1. Focusing on the Constitutional Court of Belgium, the approach of this book is to combine normative ideas on how the Court should act with an empirical case law analysis. It explores the extent to which the Court performs as a deliberative institution, while operating within a consensual political system.
    € 99,-

  2. For a millennium, Roman Law has been part and parcel of the Western legal canon. This book follows the interpretation efforts triggered by a specific problem concerning multiple tortfeasors’ liabilities for homicide. The complete evolution of Roman law scholarship is reflected in the discussions of one single problem.
    € 49,-

  3. This book addresses the fundamental question of the creation of medical guidelines in healthcare systems, critiques the current state of ‘evidence-based’ guideline-making in England and the Netherlands, and demonstrates how the development of guidelines involves a series of subjective choices driven by economic, cultural, institutional and political forces.
    € 79,-