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Constitutional and administrative law / Subsidizing

Evaluation of Temporary Law on Counterterrorism Administrative measures; (full text only available in Dutch)

On 1 March 2017, the Temporary Law on Counterterrorism Administrative Measures Act (Wet bestuurlijke maatregelen...

Research with publication | 23-03-2020

Evaluation of Exit Programmes for Prostitutes Scheme (RUPS II); (full text only available in Dutch)

Both practice and scientific literature show that there are many barriers to exiting sex work and that it can be a complex...

Research with publication | 25-04-2019

Administrative restriction of freedoms of jihadists; The use in practice of the ‘Temporary Law on Counterterrorism Administrative Measures’ during the first period after its entry into force (full text only available in Dutch)

On 1 March 2017 the‘Temporary Law on Counterterrorism Administrative Measures’ (Wet bestuurlijke maatregelen...

Research with publication | 19-03-2019

Commissioning Research Division (EWB)

Some of the research carried out for the Ministry of Justice is outsourced. The research initiative lies with the Ministry of...

22-11-2017

Council for Injury Damages, evaluation of the effectiveness of the grant and the self-regulation; (full text available only in Dutch)

The central question for the research was: To which extend is it plausible that the five year grant for the Council for...

Research with publication | 04-02-2013

Recovery of state aid; a comparative law study (full text available only in Dutch)

This study addressed alledged violation of European regulations on state aid. The recovery of state aid has to be carried out...

Research with publication | 18-03-2005

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