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The German Law Journal is a pioneering open-access forum for the publication of scholarship and commentary on comparative, European, and international law. It has been online and freely-available since 1999. Founded as a transatlantic newsletter on developments in German law, the Journal has secured a place among the world's leading law reviews disseminating scholarship across borders. The Journal combines high-quality theoretical research with reports on current developments and thematic special issues. Pursuing this agenda, the Journal has gained a reputation for innovative publishing - linking cutting-edge, border-crossing scholarship with open access and speed to publication.
GLJ 24.1: The Resurgence of the State as an Economic Actor
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The Resurgence of the State as an Economic Actor-International Trade Law and State Intervention in the Economy in the Covid Era
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