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6 Save up to 20% at e-elgar.com I For our electronic content, visit: elgaronline.com Research Methods in Human Rights A Handbook: Second Edition Edited by Bård A. Andreassen, University of Oslo, Norway, Claire Methven O’Brien, University of Dundee and University of Strathclyde, UK and Hans-Otto Sano, Danish Institute for Human Rights, Denmark ‘This book highlights the rapid development in Human Rights research methods: the first edition was published in 2017, and now the editors have found it valuable not only to update but also to revise most of the chapters. The first edition quickly became the go-to resource for understanding human rights research methodology. The new edition adds further depth to the evolution of human rights research methodology and will therefore contribute significantly to the consolidation of insights of scholars and students working in the field.’ – Morten Kjaerum, Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Sweden May 2024 c 416 pp Hardback 978 1 80392 260 7 c £205.00 / c $285.00 eBook • Elgaronline Handbooks of Research Methods in Law series Research Handbook on the Law of the Paris Agreement Edited by Alexander Zahar, Southwest University of Political Science and Law, China ‘The Paris Agreement is the core legal document addressing one of the world’s greatest existential crises. However, the torrent of rules, commentaries, and other writings trying to implement or interpret it can leave one quite befuddled. This book, with chapters by many of the world’s leading experts on the subject, is like a torchlight in a cave, illuminating many of the obscurities and helping one find a way through.’ – Michael B. Gerrard, Columbia Law School, US May 2024 c 450 pp Hardback 978 1 80088 673 5 c £210.00 / c $295.00 eBook • Elgaronline Research Handbooks in Climate Law series A Research Agenda for Property Law Edited by Bram Akkermans, Maastricht University, the Netherlands ‘In this carefully composed collection of works, Akkermans offers an innovative groundwork for property discussions. The Research Agenda ties together common themes from an analysis of sub fields to reimagine such fields as well as broader theoretical notions of property and its place in shaping societies, responding to pressures, and underscoring developments.’ – Sue-Mari Viljoen, University of the Western Cape, South Africa May 2024 286 pp Hardback 978 1 80392 480 9 c £100.00 / c $140.00 eBook • Elgaronline Elgar Research Agendas Research Methods in Private International Law A Handbook on Regulation, Research and Teaching Edited by Xandra Kramer, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Utrecht University, the Netherlands and Laura Carballo Piñeiro, Universidade de Vigo, Spain ‘This book offers readers an amphitheater seat from which they can view private international law from multiple fresh angles, and observe it being dissected with expert surgical precision. Reading it will prove enormously enriching and rewarding, for both the novice and the expert. I strongly recommend it.’ – Symeon C. Symeonides, Willamette University College of Law, US May 2024 408 pp Hardback 978 1 80037 552 9 c £165.00 / c $235.00 eBook • Elgaronline Handbooks of Research Methods in Law series Conflict of Laws and the Internet Second Edition Pedro De Miguel Asensio, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain ‘This valuable book explores and explains the Internet from a private international law and international litigation perspective. It addresses the legal foundations, digital services, data and privacy protection, IP rights and transactions and services related to data transfers. This book takes up the latest development in the field and provides invaluable guidance for the upcoming years. Pedro de Miguel Asensio addresses all aspects of cross-border data flows. I heartily recommend this valuable treatise.’ – Burkhard Hess, University of Vienna, Austria May 2024 c 552 pp Hardback 978 1 0353 1512 3 c £195.00 / c $275.00 eBook • Elgaronline Elgar Information Law and Practice series Arms Transfers to Non-State Actors The Erosion of Norms in International Law Hannah Kiel, formerly Freie Universität Berlin, Germany ‘Dr Kiel’s thoughtful analysis of the international norm prohibiting arms transfers to non-state actors illuminates the trends in state practice over the past three decades. The wealth of detail in the case studies provides highly valuable material for scholars and diplomats alike.’ – Stuart Casey-Maslen, University of Pretoria, South Africa May 2024 c 308 pp Hardback 978 1 80392 072 6 c £105.00 / c $145.00 eBook • Elgaronline Elgar International Law series LAW TITLES PUBLISHED APRIL - JUNE 2024