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Making Transnational Law Work in the Global Economy: Essays in Honour of Detlev Vagts Hardcover – November 29, 2010

ISBN-13: 978-0521192521 ISBN-10: 0521830818 Edition: 0th

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"No short review can do justice to the rich content and fine craftsmanship found in each contribution to this Festschrift,...each has ably demonstrated the full measure of his or her devotion to Vagts as professor, mentor, coauthor, colleague, and friend."
-Peter D. Trooboff,Covington & Burling LLP

Book Description

This book is devoted to the transnational legal revolution, and celebrates one of its key players - Professor Detlev Vagts of the Harvard Law School. Scholars and practitioners from around the globe evaluate the entire spectrum of modern transnational law in thirty-one chapters.

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Michael Waibel is an international lawyer working at the University of Cambridge. His speciality is the law and policy of financial crises and sovereign defaults.

In 2008, the American Society for International Law awarded him the Francis Deak prize for his AJIL article 'Opening Pandora's Box: Sovereign Bonds in International Arbitration'.

Michael was educated at the University of Vienna, the London School of Economics and Harvard Law School. He has taught at the LSE, Harvard, St. Gallen and Cambridge.

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