Allerhand's President Arkadiusz Radwan in Romania

Allerhand's President Arkadiusz Radwan is in Cluj where he teaches takeover law to graduate students enrolled in international and comparative business law program. This is a continuation of his last year's appointment to serve as a visiting professor at the UBB School of Law. Babeș-Bolyai University is the largest university in Romania and its law school is has been continuously ranked as the best in the country.

Komunikat prasowy dot. wspólnego wystąpienia think tanków i organizacji pozarządowych w sprawie zażegnania kryzysu konstytucyjnego związanego ze sporem o Trybunał Konstytucyjny

 

Kryzys konstytucyjny paraliżuje funkcjonowanie instytucji i delegitymizuje państwo w oczach obywateli. Podważa także wiarygodność państwa na arenie międzynarodowej […], co może zniweczyć szanse na zwiększenie bezpieczeństwa międzynarodowego Polski” – ostrzegają organizacje, które poparły dokument programowy pt. „10 tez o naturze konfliktu, potrzebie kompromisu i kierunku reformy Trybunału Konstytucyjnego” przygotowany przez dr Arkadiusza Radwana, Prezesa Instytutu Allerhanda i dr Jacka Sokołowskiego, Kierownika Centrum Badań Ilościowych nad Polityką Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. 

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A new Allerhand Working Paper is out! - we are pleased to present Arkadiusz Radwan’s position on the constitutional crisis resulting from the conflict that arose around the Constitutional Tribunal

The paper provides factual and analytical coverage of the crisis including nuances of the course and dynamics of the conflict as well as its immediate run-up. It also offers analytical take on the legal and political nexus underpinning and propelling the conflict, as seen against the background of the societal divide and a “tribal” nature of the split among the people of Poland with regard to their appraisal of the socio-economic order that emerged from the Round Table Talks of 1989.

The file is available here

We present working paper on Consumer Insolvency Proceedings in Poland.

We are pleased to present working paper on Consumer Insolvency Proceedings in Poland by Marek Porzycki (Jagiellonian University, Allerhand Institute) and Anna Rachwał (Jagiellonian University).The above paper is a draft chapter from the comparative study „Consumer Insolvency Proceedings in the European Union, Switzerland and Russia” supervised by Dr. Veronika Sajadova, Prof. Thomas Kadner (University of Geneva) and Prof. Juris Bojars (University of Latvia). The result of the above studies is planned to be published in 2016.We do hope you will find the working paper interesting and useful.

The file is available here