Magdalena Słok-Wódkowska

Magdalena Słok-Wódkowska
University of Warsaw | UW · Institute of International Law

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The sharing of data between States, particularly during a transnational public emergency, is essential for, e.g., monitoring adequate responses. Yet, in the digital economy, it is the private sector that leads in the collection and processing of huge amounts of data on a global scale, while the public sector often lags behind. We begin the article...
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A growing number of regional trade agreements include articles prohibiting access to or the transfer of source code as a condition of the import, distribution, sale, or use of software. We challenge this new approach to protecting source code in international economic law. Using Katharina Pistor’s theory of the ‘code of capital’, we find that this...
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The objective of this paper is to provide insight into the regulatory solutions that refer to the electronic commerce (e-commerce) adopted in the regional trade agreements (RTAs) of the European Union. Our goal is to compare these regulatory measures with the obstacles indicated in the literature as key issues hampering international digital trade....
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Carbon leakage seems to be one of the most serious problems linked to the current EU climate policy. It is mainly related to the fact that the EU, who wants to be a leader of emissions reductions, sets very ambitious goals unilaterally. These goals can strongly influence international trade between EU and non-EU states, especially in some sensitive...
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A fundamental aim of our paper is to examine the effectiveness of the European Union Generalized System of Preferences (especially its part called GSP+) as a tool of increasing export from selected developing countries to the EU via tariff suspending, as well as promoting sustainable development and good governance. Firstly, we describe and analyze...
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On January 1, 1999, the euro came into existence as a European common currency (currency of Economic and Monetary Union). Additionally, euro has become a legal tender in states and countries outside euro zone. In Europe, San Marino, the Vatican, Monaco and Andorra have adopted euro. With the introduction of the euro, it was necessary to redefine mo...