Cristina Coteanu

Doctor in drept (Universitatea Leiden), licentiata magna cum laude in drept european (Université Libre de Bruxelles), licentiata magna cum laude in drept international (Université Libre de Bruxelles), licentiata magna cum laude in relatii internationale (si diplomatie) la Universitatea Sophia Antipolis Nice, avand un master cum laude in management public la prestigioasa scoala de management - Solvay Business School, ea a fost avansata la rangul MPhil (grad doctoral) la Queen Mary College of the Unversity of London. Ea este licentiata a Facultatii de drept, Universitatea Al I Cuza din Iasi cu o diploma de merit.

Cristina este autor al unor carti si articole in domeniul dreptului european precum si editorul unor carti pe tematica cooperarii juridice si judiciare, comertului electronic, dreptului concurentei, comertului electronic si restructurarea societatilor etc. A fost prima in Romania care a publicat in 1993 articole, anchete si o teza de masterat cu privire la integrarea Romaniei in UE. Ultima ei carte a fost recunoscuta international prin acordarea unui premiu international din partea International Association of Consumer Law 2003.(Canada).

Publicatii :
-Cyber Consumer Law. State of Art and Perspectives, Editura Humanitas/Meijers Institute, 2005,
Articole publicate in jurnale romanesti in 2005:

-The end of history versus the Great Europe (Sfarsitul Europei versus Marea Europe)

-European Union : tout est dans la maniere (Interesul national si UE : tout est dans la maniere)

-All changes because nothing is changing (Totul se schimba pentru ca nu se schimba nimic)

-Do we like women in politics and diplomacy? (Ne plac femeile in politica sau diplomatie ?)

-The Lord of the Rings and European funds (The Lord of the Rings si fondurile europene

- In cautarea Occidentului in diplomatia si politica romaneasca - A book to be published by Humanitas, Bucharest, 2006

 




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Cyber Consumer Law
Whilst consumer protection in the 1960s was fashioned by its external environment, cyber consumer protection, today, is challenged by internal conditions linked to the technological nature of the Internet. Given the current underdeveloped state of technology now available to consumers, it is impossible for them to exercise real control over the technological issues of the electronic marketplace....detalii

336 pagini

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