Juniorprofessor Dr. Matthias Goldmann
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Goldmann, Matthias, Steininger, Silvia (Eds.)
The book discusses the relationship between democracy and the financial order from various legal perspectives. Each of the nine contributions adopts a unique perspective on the legal and political challenges brought before by the Global Financial Crisis.
Each chapter adresses the concept of law from a particular theoretical angle, be it a full-grown legal theory or an approach in political economy that has a particular view of the law.
Conrtibutions by: Matej Avbelj, Thomas Biebricher, Isabel Feichtner, Matthias Goldmann, Francisco Saffie G., Oisin Suttle, Emanuel V. Towfigh and Lars Viellechner. -> e-book version available here.
Declaration of Matthias Goldmann before the SDNY Court in the case of the Ovaherero and Nama Peoples v. Germany (April 25, 2018). Available at SSRN.
Goldmann, Matthias (2018). United in Diversity? The Relationship between Monetary Policy and Prudential Supervision in the Banking Union. European Constitutional Law Review, 14(2), 283-310. Available at Cambridge Core. Previous version available as SAFE Working Paper at https://ssrn.com/abstract=2975998.
Matthias Goldmann, "Discretion, not rules: postunitary constitutional pluralism in the Economic and Monatary Union." In: Davies, G. & Avbelj, M. (eds.), Research Handbook on Legal Pluralism and EU Law. Edward Elgar Publishing 2018, pp. 335-354. Also available at SSRN.
Goldmann, Matthias (2018) "Public and Private Authority in a Global Setting: The Example of Sovereign Debt Restructuring," Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies: Vol. 25: Iss. 1 (Spring 2018). Available here.
Matthias Goldmann, “Sources in the Meta-Theory of International Law: Exploring the Hermeneutics, Authority, and Publicness of International Law.” In: The Oxford Handbook on the Sources of International Law, Jean d'Aspremont, Samantha Besson (eds.). Oxford University Press, Oxford 2017, 447-468. OUP Website
Matthias Goldmann, "The Great Recurrence: Karl Polanyi and the Crises of the European Union", 23 European Law Journal (2017) 272-289.
Recent blog posts and press texts:
16 Aug 2017: New post on Verfassungsblog "Summer of Love: Karlsruhe Refers the QE Case to Luxembourg".
18 Aug 2017: Post on SAFE Policy Blog "Karlsruhe Refers the QE Case to Luxembourg: Summer of Love" German / English. Longer version published as SAFE policy letter No. 58: "Karlsruhe Refers the QE Case to Luxembourg: Summer of Love"
3 May 2017: "Integrated European Financial Supervision": Interview with Matthias Goldmann on SAFE Policy Blog on the possibilities and obstacles concerning a further centralization of supervisory competences. German Version / English Version
Working papers 2017/2018:
Matthias Goldmann and Grygoriy Pustovit, "Public Interests in Sovereign Debt Litigation: An Empirical Analysis" (May 2018). Available at SSRN.
Matthias Goldmann, "Foreign Investment, Sovereign Debt, and Human Rights" (January 17, 2018 - update July 2018). Chapter for Ilias Bantekas and Cephas Lumina (eds.), Sovereign Debt and Human Rights, OUP 2018 (forthcoming). Available at SSRN.
Matthias Goldmann, "Relative Normativity" (March 08, 2017). Chapter for Jean d’Aspremont and Sahib Singh (eds.), Fundamental Concepts of International Law (2017 Forthcoming). Available at SSRN.
For further working papers, please consult my author's page at SSRN.
"A History of Misunderstandings and a Discourse Theorethical Proposal" (Youtube) - Public Law & Finance, IUC Seminar by Matthias Goldmann, Turin, 20 March 2017.