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Networks and connections in society are becoming more intensive, but also shorter, more dependent and more complicated. Knowledge and risks are bundled into multi-dimensional relationships and there is a continuing trend towards globalisation and Europeanisation on a large scale. There is also individualisation; individuals often emphasise their own interests and freedom of choice. There are also interwoven relationships, or connectedness, which is characterised by strong mutual dependencies. These developments do not only affect citizens and businesses. The role and responsibility of government is also changing.
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- Head of Department of Public Law - Full Professor
- Research Program Law in a network society (LNS) - Full Professor
- Research Program Transformative effects of Globalisation and Law (TGL) - Full Professor
- Department of Public Law - Lecturer
- Research Program Transformative effects of Globalisation and Law (TGL) - Lecturer
Stol, W. & Westers, S.
1/10/21 → 1/01/23
A systematic review of ethical challenges and opportunities of addressing domestic violence with AI-technologies and online toolsNovitzky, P., Janssen, J. & Kokkeler, B., Jun 2023, In: Heliyon. 9, 6, p. 1-15 15 p., e17140.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › peer-reviewOpen Access
Hendrikse, M. L., 12 Jan 2023, Verzekeringsrecht . Hendrikse, M. L., van Huizen, H. J. G. & Rinkes, J. G. J. (eds.). 6 ed. Deventer: Wolters Kluwer , p. 643-682 40 p. (Recht en Praktijk Verzekeringsrecht).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Academic › peer-review
Between Accessibility and Oblivion: Strenghts and Weaknesses of the 'Invisible' Dutch constitutional amendment modelLeenknegt, G-J. & Passchier, R., 18 May 2023, The Architecture of Constitutional Amendments: History, Law, Politics. Albert, R. (ed.). 1 ed. Hart Publishing, p. 209-220
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Academic
Arenas Catalán, Eduardo (Recipient), 8 Feb 2021
Prize: Other distinction › Academic
Heutger, Viola (Recipient), 1 Aug 2020
Prize: National/international honour › Academic
The European Court of Human Rights' position within the EU legal order: the domestic courts' perspective
Jesse Claassen (Speaker)1 Jun 2023
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Conference contribution (without a publication) › Academic