Pure Economic Loss in Europe

By Mauro Bussani; Vernon Valentine Palmer | Go to book overview

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Jürgen Backhaus, Professor, Krupp Chair in Public Finance and Fiscal Sociology, University of Erfurt, Germany

Estathios Banakas, Professor of Law, Director of European Private Law Programme, Norwich Law School, University of East Anglia, England

Willem H. van Boom, Senior Lecturer in Law, Tilburg University, the Netherlands

Mauro Bussani, Professor of Law, University of Trieste, Italy; General Editor of the Common Core Project

Kostas Christodoulou, Lecturer in Law, University of Athens, Greece

Lloyd Embleton, Solicitor; Scotland

James Gordley, Cecil Shannon Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Pier Giuseppe Monateri, Professor of Law, University of Turin, Italy

Alberto Musy, Professor of Law, University of Piemonte Orientale, Italy

Christel de Noblet, Adjunct Professor of Law, Tulane University, New Orleans, USA and member of the Barreau de Paris, France

Pedro del Olmo, Professor of Law, University Carlos III, Madrid, Spain

Vernon Valentine Palmer, Thomas Pickles Professor of Law, Director of European Legal Studies, Director of Paris Institute of European Legal Studies, Tulane University, New Orleans, USA

Fernando Pantaleón, Professor of Law, University Carlos III, Madrid, Spain

Francesco Parisi, Professor of Law, George Mason University, School of Law and Co-Director, J. M. Buchanan Center for Political Economy, Program in Economics and the Law, Arlington, USA

Willibald Posch, Professor of Law, University of Graz, Austria

Mathias Reimann, Professor of Law, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

Bernd Schilcher, Professor of Law, University of Graz, Austria

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