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The Harmonisation of National Legal Systems

Strategic Models and Factors

Antonios E. Platsas

This book offers a novel perspective on the leading concept of harmonisation, advocating the mutual benefits and practical utility of harmonised law. Theoretical models and factors for harmonisation are explored in detail. Antonios E. Platsas acknowledges a range of additional factors and presents harmonisation as a widely applicable and useful theory.
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Acknowledgements

Strategic Models and Factors

Antonios E. Platsas

A number of people have offered their advice and guidance to the author at various stages of the research for this project. The following persons and colleagues are therefore hereby acknowledged for their previous guidance and advice in relation to this project:

●  Prof. John Bell (Cambridge)
●  Prof. Hilary Biehler (Trinity College, Dublin)
●  Emeritus Prof. William Binchy (Trinity College, Dublin)
●  Emeritus Prof. Joachim Michael Bonell (Rome I ‘La Sapienza’; UNIDROIT)
●  Prof. Michael Bridge (London School of Economics; National University of Singapore)
●  Prof. Petra Butler (Victoria University, Wellington)
●  Prof. Hugh Collins (Oxford)
●  Dr Neville Cox (Trinity College, Dublin)
●  Prof. Alberto Ricardo Dalla Via (Buenos Aires)
●  Prof. Anna Maria De Vita (Florence)
●  Prof. Bruno de Witte (European University Institute; Maastricht)
●  Dr Oran Doyle (Trinity College, Dublin)
●  Prof. Jabeur Fathally (Ottawa)
●  Prof. Carmen Otero García-Castrillón (Complutense University, Madrid)
●  Late Emeritus Prof. Stephen Goldstein (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
●  Prof. Mehmet Helvacı (Istanbul)
●  Dr Angel José Rodrigo Hérnandez (Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
●  Prof. Margot Horspool (Queen Mary, London)
●  Dr Benjamin Karakostanoglou (Aristotle University, Thessaloniki)
●  Prof. Jawahar Lal Kaul (Delhi)
●  Prof. Richard S. Kay (Connecticut)
●  Emeritus Prof. Konstantinos D. Kerameus (Athens; Aristotle University, Thessaloniki)
●  Emeritus Prof. Eckart Klein (Potsdam)
●  Emeritus Prof. Hein Kötz (Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Law)
●  Prof. Assaf Likhovski (Tel Aviv)
●  Prof. María Elena Mansilla y Mejía (National Autonomous University of Mexico)
●  Prof. Owen McIntyre (University College Cork, National University of Ireland)
●  Prof. Loukas Mistelis (Queen Mary, London)
●  Prof. Olivier Moréteau (Louisiana State University)
●  Prof. John F. Murphy (Villanova)
●  Dr Eoin O’Dell (Trinity College, Dublin)
●  Prof. Tuomas Ojanen (Helsinki)
●  Emerita Prof. Esin Örücü (Glasgow)
●  Prof. Christa Roodt (University of South Africa; Glasgow)
●  Prof. Cheryl Anne Saunders (Melbourne)
●  Alex Schuster (Trinity College, Dublin)
●  Dr Ruth Sefton-Green (Paris I, ‘Pantheon Sorbonne’)
●  Nick Squires (Coventry)
●  Prof. Evhen Tsybulenko (International University, Kiev)
●  Prof. Gardiol Johan van Niekerk (University of South Africa)
●  Prof. Dário Moura Vicente (Lisbon)
●  Prof. Gerry Whyte (Trinity College, Dublin)
●  Prof. Jiro Yamaguchi (Hosei)