Welcome to YSEC Yearbook of Socio-Economic Constitutions

The English-language, peer-reviewed Yearbook of Socio-Economic Constitutions (YSEC) presents contemporary analysis of the challenges that constitutional frameworks face in balancing fundamental economic and social interests on local, national, regional, and global level. YSEC is addressed to academics, professionals, politicians and all those involved or interested in socio-economic constitutional processes.

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Common European Law on Investment Screening (CELIS)

The Current Volume publishes the academic results of the 2019 CELIS International Conference.

Key features:

  • Presents the very first, interdisciplinarily grounded, comprehensive appraisal of a future “Common European Law on Investment Screening”
  • Combines contributions from leading international academics, practitioners, and policy makers in their respective fields
  • Provides a foundation for a European administrative law framework for investment screening by setting out viable solutions and evaluating their pros and cons
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Triangulating Freedom of Speech: Business, Social Rights, and the Freedom of Speech in a Digital Age

We are pleased to announce a call for submissions for the second volume of YSEC (2021): Triangulating Freedom of Speech. The theme for this volume is the challenges associated with upholding freedom of speech where it conflicts with social rights, such as respect for private and family life and with economic rights such as the freedom to conduct a business or the rights of free movement.

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Access our Submissions and Review Platform if you want to submit your contribution or review.

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