Robert Howse, the Lloyd C. Nelson Professor of International Law at NUY School of Law
Jane Reichel, Professor in Administrative Law, Director of the Public Law Group and Deputy Head of the Department of Law at Stockholm University
Deirdre Curtin, the Director of the Centre for Judicial Cooperation at the Robert Schuman Centre, EUI.
The event will be chaired by Jan Klabbers, Professor of International Law at University of Helsinki.
Kindly register your attendance via e-form by the 11th of December. The Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants.
Transparency has become a new norm. States, international organizations, and even private businesses have sought to bolster their legitimacy by invoking transparency in their activities.
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The Transparency Paradox is an insightful account of the hidden logic of the ideal of transparency and its legal manifestations. It shows how transparency is a covertly conflicted ideal. The book argues that counter to popular understanding, truth and legitimacy cannot but form a problematic trade-off in transparency practices.
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