Institutional economics in transforming countries of the former East Bloc and developing countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America

1. "L'entrée de la Roumanie au FMI et la théorie des relations internationales" (Michèle Schmiegelow)
Revue Française de Science Politique (Vol 25, février 1975), pp.213-18.
2. "How Strategic Pragmatism Can Reform Eastern Economies: Japan and Germany Provide Seven Guides to Ownership" (Henrik Schmiegelow and Michèle Schmiegelow)
The International Economy (Juli/August 1991)
3. "Economie de marché et privatisation: principes et mécanismes" (Michèle Schmiegelow)
in La démocratisation en Pologne (Louvain-la-Neuve: UCL, Unité des Relations Internationales et Département de Droit Public, Table Ronde octobre 1992, 1993), pp.79-85.
4. "Why Legal Transformation Assistance from Germany and Japan?" (Henrik Schmiegelow)
Zeitschrift für Japanisches Recht , 11. Jahrgang, Nr. 22 (Winter 2006) p. 5 ff
5. “Perspektiven der deutschen Rechtsberatung in Transformationsländern und Entwicklungsländern (Perspectives of Advice for Legal Reforms in Transforming and Developing Countries)” (Henrik Schmiegelow)
Presentation at the Joint Symposium of the German Federal Ministries of Justice and of Economic Cooperation in Berlin on April 1, 2008
6. “Interdisciplinary Approaches to Comparing Common Law and Civil Law” (Michèle Schmiegelow)
Contribution to the Conference Volume of the “Civil Law Forum for South East Europe” edited by the German Association for Technical Assistance (GTZ) Belgrad, 2010
7. “Economic, Political and Sociological Assumptions of Legal Origins Theory” (Michèle Schmiegelow)
Presentation at the 1st Regional Conference des Civil Law Forum for South East Europe in Cavtat, Croatia, October 28, 2010
8. «A Counterintuitive Efficiency Divide between Common Law and Civil Law: Rules and Structures of Civil Procedure in 8 Developed or Newly Industrialized Countries» (Henrik Schmiegelow)
Joint Working Paper Series of CRIDES, IRES and CECRI of the University of Louvain No 14/01, April 2013 (
9. « Financial Crisis as a Catalyst of Legal Reforms: The Case of Asia » (Masahiro Kawai, Dean of the Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, and Henrik Schmiegelow)
Joint Working Paper Series of CRIDES, IRES and CECRI of the University of Louvain No 13/03, October 2013 (
10. Institutional Competition between Common Law and Civil Law: Theory and Policy (Michèle Schmiegelow and Henrik Schmiegelow, Editors)
(Dordrecht, Heidelberg, Berlin: Springer, 2014) (
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