Ramses A. Wessel

European Law | EU External Relations | Foreign and Security Policy | International Organizations Law

PHD SUPERVISION

  • Karolien Pieters, The Integration of the Mediterranean Neighbours into the EU Internal Market (successfully defended October 2009)
  • Chris Breuer, The Regional Conundrum: How Regions and Encompassed Actors are Involved in EU Regional Policy (successfully defended April 2011)
  • Martin Holterman, The Transaction Costs of Semi-Public Institutions: The History of the Railways as a Challenge for Coase (successfully defended September 2011)
  • Nupur Chowdhury, European Regulation of Medical Devices: Regulatee Expectations of Legal Certainty (successfully defended September 2013)
  • Maurits Sanders, Publiek-Private Samenwerking in de Nederlandse energiesector: vorm en legitimiteit (successfully defended December 2013)
  • Lesley Broos, ‘Publieksvriendelijk’ versnellen van innovatie in netwerksectoren: exploratie van wetstechnische mogelijkheden ter bevordering van innovatie in de telecomsector, met behoud van de bescherming van publieke belangen (successfully defended February 2014)
  • Marcel Kiers, Er zijn meerdere wegen die naar Brussel leiden. Strategie en doelbereiking van Nederlandse provincies in Europa (successfully defended February 2014)
  • Evisa Kica, The Legitimacy of Transnational Private Governance Arrangements Related to Nanotechnologies: The Case of International Organization for Standardization (successfully defended January 2015)
  • Claudio Matera, The European Union as an International Actor in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. A Legal Constitutional Analysis (successfully defended June 2016)
  • Tatiana Nascimento Heim, The Governance and Regulation of Cybersecurity (UT, in progress)
  • Radu Triculescu, Border Controls the Flow of Asylum Seekers in Europe (UT, in progress)
  • Dominika Proszowska, The Impact of Variations in the Vertical Distribution of Competences and Economic Conditions on Citizens' Trust in the EU (UT, in progress)
  • Julien Bois, The Role of Courts during the Eurozone Crisis (joint project with the Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies (BTS) (BTS/UT, in progress)
  • Elena Escalante Block, The (De)politicisation of State Aid Policies and its Impact on the EU’s Legitimacy (joint project with SciencesPo Paris) (SciencePo/UT, in progress)
  • Anne Verhelst, NATO and the Law of International Organisations (member of the doctoral committee at the KU Leuven) (Leuven, in progress)
  • Angélique van Herwijnen, The legal challenges realising an Investment Court System in the context of the development from ISDS to a Multilateral Investment Court System for international investment arbitration (RUG, in progress)

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