Thesis topic proposal
Tamás Fézer
New Tendencies in the Development of a Common European Private Law


Institute: University of Debrecen
Géza Marton Doctoral School of Legal Studies

Thesis supervisor: Tamás Fézer
Location of studies (in Hungarian): ÁJK A/13. szoba
Abbreviation of location of studies: A/13

Description of the research topic:

The European Union launched a challenging project to widen the horizon of harmonization in order to establish a somewhat unified private law in the Member States. The original purpose or excuse for this harmonization was mainly to strengthen consumer protection, while the actual outcomes and legislative products paint a more complex picture: company law, tort law, business transactions and contract law stepped out of the regular B2C relations and in some cases a B2B dimension also appears. Researches focus on the new possibilities and directions of this ambitious project in the EU.

Required language skills: English (angol)
Number of students who can be accepted: 2

Deadline for application: 2016-12-31

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