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Risk and EU Law Hans-W Micklitz and Takis Tridimas (eds) Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2015, 272pp.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 November 2018

Elbert R DE JONG
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Utrecht University School of Law

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1 Lee, M, ‘The Sources and Challenges of Norm Generation in Tort Law’ (2018) 9(1) EJRR 34 CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

2 See van Asselt, MBA and Vos, E, ‘The Precautionary Principle and the Uncertainty Paradox’ (2006) 9(4) Journal of Risk Research 313 CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

3 This tort law dimension was the subject of the recent special issue of the EJRR on judge-made risk regulation (2018) vol 9(1).

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