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Advanced introduction to international trade law [Monograph]
Trebilcock, M. J.. \ 2015
Commercial treaties - Commercial treaties - Foreign trade regulation - Free trade - International economic relations

Used in course: LAW-31806 Global Economic (Trade) Law and Risk Regulation
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Basisboek recht [Monograph] - Vijftiende druk.
Roest, O.A.P. van der \ Barents, R. \ 2017

Used in course: LAW-21306 Law and Public Power
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EU food law handbook [Monograph]
Meulen, B. van der \ European Institute for Food Law \ 2014
food legislation - international law - food contamination - labelling - nutrition labeling - food - feeds - foods - european union

The twenty-first century has witnessed a fundamental reform of food law in the European Union, to the point where modern EU food law has now come of age. This book presents the most significant elements of these legal developments with contributions from a highly qualified team of academics and practitioners. Their analysis is based on a shared vision of the structure and content of EU food law. The book takes the perspective of food law embedded within general EU law. It highlights the consequences of this combination and provides insights into both substantive and procedural food law. Taking the General Food Law as a focal point, this handbook analyses and explains the institutional, substantive and procedural elements of EU food law. Principles are discussed as well as specific rules addressing food as a product, the processes related to food and communication about food to consumers through labelling. These rules define requirements on subjects like market authorisation for food additives, novel foods and genetically modified foods, food hygiene, tracking & tracing, withdrawal & recall. The powers of public authorities to enforce food law and to deal with incidents are outlined. Attention is given to the international context (WTO, Codex Alimentarius) as well as to private standards. In addition to the systematic analysis, the book includes selected topics such as nutrition and health policy, special foods, food import requirements, food contact materials, intellectual property and animal feed.


Used in course: LAW-30806 Food Law
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European food law [Monograph] - 2nd [fully rev. and updated] ed
O'Rourke, R. \ 2001
food - law - labelling - food hygiene - food quality - food safety - food additives - authority - europe - european union

The new edition of European food law comprehensively updates the law and covers new issues such as the response to BSE and dioxin contamination, producer responsibility and liability for defective products, traceability for everyone in the food chain, the setting up of a new European Food Authority, EU/US trade relations under WTO Agreements, new Directives on labelling, food flavouring, dietary foods, food supplements, deliberate release of GMOs.


Used in course: LAW-30806 Food Law
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European food law [Monograph] - 3rd ed
O'Rourke, R. \ 2005
food legislation - european union - food safety - labelling - food quality - food additives - nutrition - trade - food biotechnology - eu regulations - product liability

European Food Law is recognised as the leading authority on all aspects of European law as it applies to the composition, packaging and consumption of food. The creation of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in 2002 was a milestone in the development of a body of food-specific European legislation and case law. This new edition examines the new regulatory framework under the Authority and draws together the growing body of relevant legislation and case law on food-related matters. It explains and interprets all aspects of current EU Food Law, covers the full diversity of the subject - from food hygiene and labelling to genetic modification and free movement of goods issues. It is a practical work which explains the law clearly to a wide audience (both legal and regulatory). It includes new chapters on emerging concerns such as obesity and organic food, deals with international issues, including the WTO and zoonoses, and contains the text of relevant legislation and regulations.


Used in course: LAW-30806 Food Law
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European food law handbook [Monograph]Companion website
Meulen, B. van der \ Velde, M. van der \ Szajkowska, A. \ 2008
food - food legislation - food products - labelling - food additives - novel foods - food hygiene - eu regulations - handbooks - european union - europe - tracking and tracing

This handbook analyses and explains the institutional, substantive and procedural elements of EU food law, taking the General Food Law as a focus point. Principles are discussed as well as specific rules addressing food as a product, the processes related to food and communication about food through labelling. These rules define requirements on subjects like market approval for food additives, novel foods and genetically modified foods; food hygiene, tracking & tracing, withdrawal & recall.


Used in course: LAW-30806 Food Law
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Fed up with the right to food? : The Netherlands' policies and practices regarding the human right to adequate food [Monograph]
Hospes, O. \ Meulen, B. van der \ 2009
food supply - food - food consumption - human rights - moral values - ethics - government policy - food policy - netherlands - justice - moral - social ethics - Right to food Netherlands - Food supply Government policy - Right to food

Used in course: LAW-55306 Food, Nutrition and Human Rights
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Food law [Lecture notes]
Meulen, B. van der \ Litjens, M. \ Szajkowska, A. \ 2007
food legislation - food - law - regulations - codex alimentarius - consumer information - consumer protection - european union - europe

Used in course: LAW-30806 Food Law
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Food law [Lecture notes] - 2016/2017
Wageningen University & Research. \ 2017

Used in course: LAW-30806 Food Law
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Food law, management & economics (FLME) [Lecture notes] - 2015
Wageningen Universiteit. \ 2015

Used in course: LAW-32806 Food Law, Management and Economics
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Food safety law in the European Union : an introduction [Monograph]Table of contents
Meulen, B. van der \ Velde, M. van der \ 2004
european union - food safety - legislation - international law

“Food Safety Law in the European Union” analyses the substantive and procedural elements of food law, taking the General Food Law as a focus point. In substantive law general principles are treated, as well as the rules on the composition of food, the handling of food, and the communication about food. This is treated in combination with procedural and institutional elements of food law.


Used in course: LAW-30806 Food Law
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Harnessing intellectual property rights for development objectives : the double role of IPRs in the context of facilitating MDGs Nos. 1 and 6 [Monograph]
Maister, B. \ Genugten, W. van \ Meijknecht, A. \ 2011
intellectual property rights - developing countries - food security - drugs - development cooperation

Poor management of intellectual property rights and the system of intellectual property rights itself hinder equal research partnerships between the South and the North, and often result in an over-cautious or one-sided Northern investment policy and unnecessary delays in the realization of some of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Central to this report is the double role of intellectual property rights – also referred to in terms like ‘protecting legitimate economic interests’ versus (or alongside) ‘the need to contribute to worldwide development from the perspective of sharing global public goods’, including knowledge. This report is the result of a research project, funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and NWO-WOTRO Science for Global Development, on the role of intellectual property rights in realizing some of the MDGs. The emphasis is on issues in the field of access to food and to medicines and on the larger discussions on the present global and regional systems of intellectual property rights.


Used in course: LAW-32306 Intellectual Property Rights
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International environmental law [Monograph]
Beyerlin, U. \ Marauhn, T. \ 2011
environmental legislation - environment - law - world - textbooks

Written for students, practitioners and academics, this textbook is an ideal introduction to the subject of international environmental law. The book enables the reader to place international environmental law in the context of public international law in general, revealing at the same time that international environmental law is experimental ground for developing new legal approaches towards global governance. To this end, the authors have combined theory and practice, and have provided a fresh understanding of international environmental law as a whole, seen in the light of climate change, biodiversity loss, and other serious environmental challenges facing the world. Apart from discussing concepts, rule-making, and compliance, the book looks at options for improved coordination, harmonization, and even integration of existing multilateral environmental agreements, analyzing how conflicts between various environmental regimes can be avoided or, at least, adequately managed. The book also emphasizes the growing human rights dimension of international environmental law. This book is an ideal 'door opener' for further study. Focusing on international environmental governance in a comprehensive way serves to explain that each institution, each actor, and each instrument is part of a multi-dimensional process in international environmental law and relations.


Used in course: LAW-22306 Global and EU Environmental Law & Policy; LAW-31806 International and American Food Law (Comparative Food Law)
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International organization [Monograph] - 2nd edition
Rittberger, V. \ Zangl, B. \ Kruck, A. \ 2012
international organizations - foreign politics - international relations - policy - history - world

International organizations such as the UN, EU andIMF play an increasingly important role in international politics. Fully revised and updated,this broad-ranging text provides a systematic theoretical and empirical introduction to the structure, policies and performance of international organizations.


Used in course: PAP-21306 International Policies and Institutions; LAW-55306 Food, Nutrition and Human Rights
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Law and legal complexity in relation to natural resources : T&O3 [Lecture notes]
Roth, D. \ Dijk, H. van \ [2007]
law - natural resources - management - tenure systems - traditional tenure systems - agricultural law - developing countries

Used in course: LAW-21806 Natural Resource Governance in a Complex World
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Law and public power [Lecture notes]
Köhne, M. \ 2009
law - political power - politics - development - property - state - corporate social responsibility

Used in course: LAW-21306 Law and Public Power
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Productieketens en recht [Lecture notes]
Bremmers, H.J. \ Meulen, B. van der \ 2016

Used in course: LAW-12306 Legal Regulation and Management of Production Chains
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Productieketens en recht [Lecture notes] - Slides 2017
Bremmers, H.J. \ Meulen, B. van der \ 2017

Used in course: LAW-12306 Legal Regulation and Management of Production Chains
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Property rights, natural resources and conflict [Lecture notes]
Roth, D. \ Haar, G. van der \ 2011
property rights - law - agricultural law - natural resources - environmental legislation - conflict - nature conservation - environmental protection - legal systems - policy - sociology - developing countries - water rights

Used in course: LAW-31306 Property Rights, Natural Resources and Conflict
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Recht, bestuur en beleid [Lecture notes]
Köhne, M. \ Hospes, O. \ Pijnenburg, L. \ [2010]
law - administration - policy - sociology - anthropology - governance

Used in course: LAW-10306 Law, Policy and Governance
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