October 20, 2008
Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law
The Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HIL) has issued two calls for research proposals on the topics of (1) Private Actors and Self-Regulation and (2) New Transnational Constitutionality. The subject of the first topic concerns corporate regulation with a transnational dimension, with norms created by private or public actors (including intergovernmental organizations). The core research question regarding the second project on New Transnational Constitutionality is how to make informal international public policy-making be made more democratic and accountable.
The total amounts HIL reserves for research grants to be awarded pursuant to these Calls are Euro 400,000 and Euro 200,000, respectively. For more information, click here.
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