Publications

The Erik Castrén Institute publishes reports and monographs. In general, the completed research projects are published in the Erik Castrén Research Reports series. In 2000, the Institute launched an international publication series, Erik Castrén Institute Monographs on International Law and Human Rights, in cooperation with Brill Academic Publishers (formerly Kluwer Law International).

Magdalena Kmak: The Scope and Application of the Principle of Universal Jurisdiction. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 28/2011

Palojärvi Pia, Battle in Bits and Bytes: Computer Network Attacks and the Law of Armed Conflict. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 27/2009.

Merja Pentikäinen: Yritystoiminta ja ihmisoikeudet. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 26/2009

Pekka Niemelä: The Politics of Responsibility to Protect. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 25/2008

Juha Rainne: Legal Implications of NATO Membership: Focus on Finland and Five Allied States. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 24/2008

Tiina Pajuste: Mainstreaming Human Rights in the Context of European Security and Defence Policy. The Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 23/2008

Taru Kuosmanen: Bringing Justice Closer – Hybrid Courts in Post-Conflict Societies. The Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 22/2007

Martti Koskenniemi & Study Group of the International Law Commission: Fragmentation of International Law: Difficulties Arising from the Diversification and Expansion of International Law. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 21/2007

Eyassu Gayim: People, Minority and Indigenous: Interpretation and Application of Concepts in the Politics of Human Rights. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 20/2006

Katja Creutz: Transnational Privatised Security and the International Protection of Human Rights. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 19/2006

Outi Korhonen, Jutta Gras & Katja Creutz: International Post-Conflict Situations: New Challenges for Co-Operative Governance. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 18/2006

Samuli Seppänen: Possibilities and Challenges of the Human Rights-Based Approach to Development. The Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 17/2005

Eyassu Gayim, Päivi Leino & Miko Lempinen: Human Rights and Institutional Politics - The EU, UN and Other International Institutions. The Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 16/2005

Päivi Leino-Sandberg: Particularity as Universality - The Politics of Human Rights in the European Union. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 15/2005

Samuli Seppänen: Commercial Disputes and Their Resolution in the People's Republic of China. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 14/2005

Samuli Seppänen: Good Governance in International Law. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 13/2003

Katja Keinänen: Rantavaltion toimivalta puuttua ydinjätteen kuljettamiseen Itämerellä. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 12/2002

Martin Björklund: EU:n pakotepolitiikka. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 11/2002

Viljam Engström: Realizing the Global Compact. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 10/2002

Jutta Gras & Outi Korhonen: International Governance in Post-Conflict Situations. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 9/2001

Jutta Gras: Monitoring the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 8/2001

Timo Makkonen: Identity, Difference and Otherness. The Concepts of "People," "Indigenous people" and "Minority" in International Law. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 7/2000

Tapio Puurunen: The Committee on Amnesty of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 6/2000

Jutta Gras: The European Union and Human Rights Monitoring. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 5/1999

Jutta Pomoell: European Union Citizenship in Focus: The Legal Position of the Individual in EC Law. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 4/1999

Miia Aro & Jarna Petman: Voimankäytön oikeuttaminen ja sotilaallisten järjestelmien muutokset Suomessa ja Euroopassa. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 3/1999

Anja Lindroos: The Right to Development. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 2/1999

Merja Pentikäinen: The Applicability of the Human Rights Model to Address the Status and Concerns of Women. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 1/1999

Walter Rech (2013). Enemies of Mankind: Vattel’s Theory of Collective Security. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Reut Yael Paz (2012). A gateway between a distant god and a cruel world: the contribution of Jewish German-speaking scholars to international law. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Miia Halme-Tuomisaari (2010). Human Rights in Action: Learning Expert Knowledge. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Marja Lehto (2009). Indirect Responsibility for Terrorist Acts: Redefinition of the Concept of Terrorism Beyond Violent Acts. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Päivi Gynther (2007). Beyond Systemic Discrimination: Educational Rights, Skills Acquisition and the Case of Roma. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

James Summers (2007).  Peoples and International Law: How Nationalism and Self-determination Shape a Contemporary Law of Nations. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

María José Falcón y Tella (2004). Civil Disobedience. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Tarja Långström (2003). Transformation in Russia and International Law. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Lauri Mälksoo (2003). Illegal Annexation and State Continuity. The Case of the Incorporation of the Baltic States by the USSR. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Tuomas Kuokkanen (2002). International Law and the Environment. Variations on a Theme. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Kerry Rittich (2002). Recharacterizing Restructuring. Law, Distribution and Gender in Market Reform. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

J. Heliskoski (2001). Mixed Agreements as a Technique for Organizing the International Relations of the European Community and its Member States. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Outi Korhonen (2000). International Law Situated. An Analysis of the Lawyer's Stance Towards Culture, History and Community.