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Paternalism and contract law (2018)
Book Chapter
Cserne, P. (2018). Paternalism and contract law. In K. Grill, & J. Hanna (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of the philosophy of paternalism, 293–310. Abingdon: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Les nudges sont-ils des outils extra-juridiques? (2018)
Book Chapter
Cserne, P. (2018). Les nudges sont-ils des outils extra-juridiques?. In A. Brunon-Ernst, & M. Bozzo-Rey (Eds.), Nudges et normativités: Généalogies, Concepts et Applications, 121–145

Facts and Norms in the Behavioural Assumptions of Law (2016)
Book Chapter
Cserne, P. (2016). Facts and Norms in the Behavioural Assumptions of Law. In S. Taekema, B. van Klink, & W. de Been (Eds.), Facts and Norms in Law: Interdisciplinary Reflections on Legal Method, 100–124. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing

Is nudging really extra-legal? (2016)
Journal Article
Cserne, P. (2016). Is nudging really extra-legal?. Revue Tocqueville / Tocqueville Review, 37(1), 159-180

Some of the scholarly literature on nudges seems to assume, without giving it much further thought, that nudges represent a non-legal or extra-legal form of regulation. Others routinely assume nudges to be legal, i.e. capable of being authorized and... Read More

Jogalkotási javaslatok megfogalmazása a jogtudományban (2015)
Book Chapter
Cserne, P., & Gajduschek, G. (2015). Jogalkotási javaslatok megfogalmazása a jogtudományban. In A. Jakab, & A. Menyhárd (Eds.), A jog tudománya: Tudománytörténeti és -elméleti írások, gyakorlati tanácsokkal, 79–100. Budapest: HVG-Orac

Contract, Freedom of (2014)
Book Chapter
Cserne, P. (2014). Contract, Freedom of. In Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, 1-10. Springer Publishing Company. doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7883-6_538-1

Freedom of contract is a principle of law, expressing three related ideas: parties should be free to choose their contracting partners (“party freedom”), to agree freely on the terms of their agreement (“term freedom”), and where agreements have been... Read More

National legal systems and globalization: New role, continuing relevance (2013)
Book
P. Larouche, & P. Cserne (Eds.), (2013). National legal systems and globalization: New role, continuing relevance. doi:10.1007/978-90-6704-885-9

This book sheds a new light on the fate of national legal systems in an era of globalization, with a more optimistic message than elsewhere in the literature This book was written by a team of experts in comparative law and law and economics, two per... Read More

The recodification of private law in Central and Eastern Europe (2013)
Book Chapter
Cserne, P. (2013). The recodification of private law in Central and Eastern Europe. National legal systems and globalization: new role, continuing relevance, 45 - 88. T M C Asser. doi:10.1007/978-90-6704-885-9_4

In the past two decades, Central and Eastern European countries have experienced a rapid political, economic and social transformation. This transformation has been intertwined with the Europeanisation and modernisation of the law. This chapter analy... Read More

The recodification of private law in central and eastern Europe (2012)
Book Chapter
Cserne, P. (2013). The recodification of private law in central and eastern Europe. National Legal Systems and Globalization: New Role, Continuing Relevance, 45-88. T.M.C. Asser Press. doi:10.1007/978-90-6704-885-9_4

In the past two decades, Central and Eastern European countries have experienced a rapid political, economic and social transformation. This transformation has been intertwined with the Europeanisation and modernisation of the law. This chapter analy... Read More

Between the 'Metaphysics of the Stone Age' and the 'Brave New World': H.L.A. Hart on the Law's Assumptions about Human Nature (2012)
Book Chapter
Cserne, P. (2012). Between the 'Metaphysics of the Stone Age' and the 'Brave New World': H.L.A. Hart on the Law's Assumptions about Human Nature. In M. Jovanović, & B. Spaić (Eds.), Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy in the 21st Century: Reassessing Legacies, 71 - 89. Frankfurt: Peter Lang Pub Inc

This paper analyses H.L.A. Hart’s views on the epistemic character of the law’s assumptions about human behaviour, as articulated in Causation in the Law and Punishment and Responsibility. Hart suggests that the assumptions behind legal doctrines typ... Read More