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IRDEIC

Research Institute in European, International and Comparative Law (IRDEIC)

 
The creation of the institute was the fruit of a deliberate policy to re-orientate European law research in Toulouse towards a wider reflection on European integration, beyond the confines of a strictly economic perspective.
This led to the assembling of experts in the field of EU law, private international law, European finances law and comparative law.
The current institute includes 4 teams:


 


CEDRE (Centre for European Studies, Documentation and Research) whose activities cover institutional and substantive European law.
CERFF (European Tax and Financial Research Centre), formerly CERF, to which the financial dimension has been added to its tax-based research.
LIEu (International and European Laboratory) whose works revolve around the European legal area with a private international law perspective; it also carries out research into judicial and financial topics.
CDC (Comparative Law Centre) which contributes the comparative method to the other teams.



Date of update January 7, 2020


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