Lawmaking in a pluralist legal order

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Social Sciences

Law
private law
case law
law of civil procedure
regulation
transmission theory
EU
notary public
source of law
consumer protection
social rights
proportionality
legislation
doctrine
self-regulation
constitutional state
epistemology
liability
European Law
empowerment
guarantee
responsibility
bank
legitimacy
transparency
accident
damages
dialogue
methodology
Netherlands
lack
digitalization
evaluation
evidence
rules of competition
school law
institutional change
regime
peer review
multi-level system
parliament
rationality
market
legal order
positivism
participation
social science
court of justice
natural sciences
argumentation
testimony
statute
regulatory policy
ranking
peace
instrumentalization
acceptance
programming
mismatch
public law
expert
governance
qualitative research
empirical research
EU citizen

Engineering & Materials Science

Robots
Fuzzy sets