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Here is a selection of the ACELG Working Papers Series on SSRN.


  • Kati Cseres, Feminist Competition Law, SSRN
  • Kati Cseres, Varieties of Energy Transition: A Consumer-Focused Comparative Study in the Netherlands and Hungary, SSRN
  • Annette Schrauwen, Essential, Invisible, Discriminated and Exchangeable. Labour Migrants in the EU, SSRN


  • Skaiste Katinaite, Healthcare Personnel Recruitment and Retention Regulation in the EU – Lithuanian Perspective, SSRN
  • Christina Eckes, The Autonomy of the EU Legal Order: The Case of the Energy Charter Treaty, SSRN


  • Laurens Ankersmit, Jesse Peters, Public Access to Documents in EU External Relations, SSRN
  • Kati Cseres, EU Competition Law and Democracy in the Shadow of Rule of Law Backsliding, SSRN
  • Kati Cseres, Instrumentalization of Consumer Law in Central and Eastern Europe for Populist Politics: A Citizen-Consumer Perspective, SSRN
  • Laurens Ankersmit, Third Country Goods Inside the Internal Market, SSRN


  • Christina Eckes, Päivi Leino and Anna Wallerman Ghavanini, Conceptual Framework for the Project Separation of Powers for 21st Century Europe (SepaRope), SSRN
  • Christina Eckes, A Timid Defence of Legal Formalism, SSRN
  • Kati Cseres, Intersection of Competition and Regulation in Abuse of Dominance and Monopolization, SSRN
  • Eogan Hickey & Maria Weimer, The Transparency of EU Agency Science – Towards a New Proactive Approach Post-Covid19, SSRN


  • de Ruijter, Roel M. W. J. Beetsma, Brian Burgoon, Francesco Nicoli and Frank Vandenbroucke, EU Solidarity and Policy in Fighting Infectious Diseases: State of Play, Obstacles, Citizen Preferences and Ways Forward, SSRN
  • Alessio M. Pacces and Maria Weimer, From Diversity to Coordination: A European Approach to COVID19, SSRN
  • Kai P. Purnhagen, Mark Leslie Flear, Tamara Hervey, Alexia Herwig and A. de Ruijter, More Competences than you Knew? The Web of Health Competences for Union Action in Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak, SSRN
  • Hannah van Kolfschooten and A. de Ruijter, COVID-19 and Privacy in the European Union: A Legal Perspective on Contact Tracing, SSRN
  • Kati Cseres and Agustin Reyna, EU State Aid Law and Consumer Protection: An Unsettled Relationship in Times of Crisis, SSRN
  • Tamara Hervey and A. de Ruijter, The Dynamic Potential of European Union Health Law, SSRN
  • Christina Eckes, EU Human Rights Sanctions Regime: Ambitions, Reality and Risks, SSRN
  • Christina Eckes, Composite Administrative Procedures in the European Union, SSRN


  • Pierluigi Cuccuru, 'Interest Representation in European Standardisation: The Case of CEN and CENELEC', SSRN
  • Jan Broulík, Social Capture of US and EU Competition Policy: A Lesson from the Global Financial Crisis, SSRN
  • Kati Cseres, Postal Consumers in the EU and in Local Markets: From Users of Universal Services to Users of All (Digital) Postal Services How Does EU and National Law Facilitate Consumers in the Digital Postal Market? SSRN
  • Kati Cseres, The Implementation of the ECN+ Directive in Hungary and Lessons Beyond, SSRN
  • Kati Cseres, Rule of Law Challenges and the Enforcement of EU Competition Law a Case – Study of Hungary and Its Implications for EU Law, SSRN
  • Christina Eckes and Dominique Barnhoorn, Commercial Data Transfers and Liaison Officers: What Data Protection Rules Apply in the Fight Against Impunity When Third Countries are Involved? SSRN
  • Filipe Brito Bastos and A. de Ruijter, Break or Bend in Case of Emergency? Rule of Law and State of Emergency in European Public Health Administration, SSRN