European Economic “Order” in Transformation: From Competition Union to Financial Union

Monday, March 20th, 2017 @ 12:15pm to @ 1:10pm
William and June Warren Hall, Room 103
Mar 20
Monday, March 20th, 2017 @ 12:15pm to @ 1:10pm
William and June Warren Hall, Room 103

The European Legal Studies Center Presents:

European Economic “Order” in Transformation:
From Competition Union to Financial Union

a lunchtime lecture with
Stefan Grundmann
Professor of Transnational Private Law
at the European University Institute

Please RSVP

Lunch will be served.

Stefan Grundmann holds the chair of Transnational Private Law at the European University Institute (on leave from Humboldt University where he is a Professor of Private and Business Law). Before, he held chairs of German and International Business Law at several other universities. His main areas of expertise and writing include European, German and Comparative Contract, Banking and Company Law, Private Law and Social Theory, Transnational Law and Governance. His books include treatises on “European Company Law”, “European Contract Law”, “Private Law Theory”, and (several) on banking law – a good number also in English, all (also) in German, his edited books on more specific topics such as for instance the Organizational Contract, Contract Governance or European Contract Law in the Digital Age mostly only in English. He is founding president and current president of the Society of European Contract Law (SECOLA), co-founder and president of the European Law School (Berlin/London/Paris/Rome/Amsterdam), member of the board of the German Society of Comparative Law (heading the section ‘Fundamental Theory’), with membership in the Académie Internationale de Droit Comparé.

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jt2826@columbia.edu
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