Working Paper Series
Krisch, Nico “Working Paper 6: Jurisdiction Unbound- Global Governance through Extraterritorial Business Regulation“
Yildiz, Ezgi “Working Paper 5: And then the Court Created Procedural Obligations: A look into the European Court of Human Rights“.
Yildiz, Ezgi “Working Paper 4: A Court with Many Faces: Judicial Characters and Modes of Norm Development in the European Court of Human Right“.
Martinez Esponda, Pedro José “Working Paper 3: Change in international law through informal means: the rise of exceptions to state official immunity for international crimes“.
Yildiz, Ezgi; Yüksel, Umut “Working Paper 2: When Pathways of Change Crisscross- Courts, Consensus, and Custom“.
Krisch, Nico; Corradini, Francesco; Reimers, Lucy Lu “Working Paper 1: Order at the Margins- The Legal Construction of Interface Conflicts over Time“.
Yildiz, E., & Yüksel, U. (2022). “Understanding the Limitations of Behavioralism: Lessons from the Field of Maritime Delimitation“. German Law Journal, 23(3), 413-430. doi:10.1017/glj.2022.24
Krisch, Nico (2021) “Dynamics of International Law Redux“, Current Legal Problems , 74 (1), pp. 269–297
Endres, Dorothea (2021) “The Human Side of Protecting Foreign Investment“, Transnational Legal Theory, 12(2), pp. 249-268
Yildiz, Ezgi (2020) “A Court with Many Faces: Judicial Characters and Modes of Norm Development in the European Court of Human Rights“, European Journal of International Law, 31 (1), pp.73- 99.
Martinez Esponda, Pedro José (2020) “Change in international law through informal means: the rise of exceptions to state official immunity for international crimes“, Revista Latinoamericana de Derecho Internacional, 9, pp.175-200.
Yildiz, Ezgi (2020) “Enduring Practices in Changing Circumstances: A Comparison of the European Court of Human Rights and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights“, Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, 34(2), pp.310-338.
Krisch Nico, Corradini Francesco, Reimers Lucy Lu (July 2020), “Order at the margins: The legal construction of interface conflicts over time”, Cambridge University Press, Global constitutionalism, 9(2), pp. 343-363.
Yildiz, Ezgi (2022). “Extraterritoriality Reconsidered: Functional Boundaries as Repositories of Sovereignty and Jurisdiction,” for The Making of iCourts: New Interdisciplinary Legal Research, eds. Henrik Palmer Olsen and Henrik Stampe Lund (Nomos), pp. 357-372 doi.org/10.5771/9783748927884-357
Nico Krisch “COVID, Crisis and Change in Global Governance” 17.04.2020, The Global.
Nico Krisch “Institutionalizing Subsidiarity in the Reform of Investment Adjudication” 27.01.2020, The Global.
Nina Teresa Kiderlin, Pedro José Martinez Esponda, Dorothea Endres, “On the path(s) to international legal change” 05.11.2019, The Global.
Ezgi Yildiz “A Norm in the Making: Banning the Global Trade in Tools of Torture” 11.10.2018, The Global.
Ezgi Yildiz “The Anatomy of Legal Change” 06.08.2018, The Global.