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The ISAIDAT Law Review is a peer reviewed periodical covering all aspects of comparative and transnational law. It is also dedicated to the neighbouring fields of legal anthropology, law and language, law and the cognitive sciences, as well as to the dialogue between law and other disciplines.
The ISAIDAT foundation promotes research on the frontiers of legal science. The Review is supported by the Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law established by ISAIDAT.
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Special Issue 3: Complexity of transnational sources

Articles  Table of Contents

Complexity of transnational sources: General Report
Silvia Ferreri
Complexity of transnational sources: Austria
Bea Verschraegen
Complexity of transnational sources: Switzerland
Andreas Fötschl
Complexity of transational sources: Canada
Helge Dedek, Alexandra Carbone
Complexity of transnational sources: Germany
Eva-Maria Kieninger
Complexity of transnational sources: Hungary
Georgina Suto Burger
Complexity of transnational sources: Japan
Tetsuo Morishita
Complexity of transnational sources: Ohada member countries (a “regional” report from the Ohada member countries)
Salvatore Mancuso
Complexity of transnational sources: the Netherlands
Jan M. Smits
Complexity of transnational sources: Serbia
Jelena Perovic
Complexity of transnational sources: Portugal
Luis De Lima Pinheiro
Complexity of transnational sources: reply from the secretariat of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law
Luca Castellani
Complexity of transnational sources: Venezuela
Zhandra Marin
La complexité des sources transnationales: Espagne
Gabriel Garcia Cantero

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Complexity of transnational sources / La complexité des sources transnationales