The Jean Monnet Papers on European and International Sustainability Law are a research paper series, which is published by the Jean Monnet Chair. The series provides an opportunity for students and young academics to present their high-level research results to the public. The series focuses on sustainability as a key dimension of European integration, addressing politics and law within the EU and its Common Market as well as in its international relations. Everyone can download the Jean Monnet Papers for free.
Combating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing within the Regime Complex for Ocean Fisheries
by Sven Siebrecht, 2022Abstract
Toward Sustainable Campus Operations in Europe: A Case Study on the Universities of Goettingen and Uppsala
by Lea Marie Quilitz, 2022Abstract
European Union and global sustainable development through law – the research agenda
by Peter-Tobias Stoll, 2022Abstract
Sustainability and Future Generations: How can their interests be preserved?
by Samuel Matthias Hartwig, 2020Abstract
Sustainable Development and EU External Action
by Sven Pauls, 2020Abstract
Mainstreaming Sustainable Development into EU Policy and Law: The Governance Approach of the EU in Light of its Historical Foundations
by Nazli Aghazadeh-Wegener, 2019Abstract
Submit your article
The Jean Monnet Chair welcomes the submission of manuscripts focused on international law and sustainable development law issues, including topics such as environmental law, investment law, international trade law, social justice, international human rights and related topics. Articles are required to be written in English language. For a successful submission, please follow our Submission Guidelines.
Submit a blog post
The Jean Monnet Chair invites Master and Ph.D. students, Post Docs, junior researchers and lecturers to write short blog posts on their research topics related to sustainable development to be published in our Jean Monnet Blog. Academic blogs are important to share your research and analysis to an open audience from colleagues in the academia to civil society, policy makers and interested public in general. Have a look at these tips and present your ideas in an accessible and informal way! Send your post to us via email: email@example.com.
The Jean Monnet Chair, in cooperation with the International Writing Center of the University of Göttingen, invites Master and Bachelor students to participate in our workshop sessions on Academic Writing.
The next Writing School Workshop will take place soon. Details will be announced in time on this website.
There is a short Blog Post about the last Writing School Workshop in June 2019.