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Dr Clemens Rieder
Faculty Academic Fellow
Clemens’ research interests lie in the area of EU Law, European Human Rights Law and Healthcare Law. He takes an interdisciplinary approach with the inclusion of political and philosophical theory.
EU Law, European Human Rights Law and Healthcare Law
Clemens has written a book chapter; 'When Patients Exit, What Happens to Solidarity?' in Ross and Borgmann-Prebil (eds.) Promoting Solidarity in the European Union (Oxford University Press, 2010).
Clemens has also published several articles on his areas of research:
'The EC Commision’s New Adopted Baby: Health Care' (2007-2008) 14 Columbia Journal of European Law 145
'Protecting Human Rights Within the European Union: Who Is Better Qualified To Do The Job – the European Court of Justice or the European Court of Human Rights?' (2005) 20, Tulane European and Civil Law Forum 73
'Case C-147/03, Commission of the European Communities v Republic of Austria, Judgment of the Court (Second Chamber) 7 July 2005' (2006) 43 Common Market Law Review 1711
Clemens’ research profile can be viewed here.
Importance of research outside of academia
Improved public understanding:
In April 2012, Clemens wrote an article for Die Presse, a leading broadsheet daily newspaper in Austria. His article was titled ‘Zu Kurz gedeacht: Das Kreuz mit der direkten Demokratie’ and discussed the problems related with a proposal by the Austrian People’s Party on increasing direct democracy.
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