Published:

Fiorentini F., Hausler K., Jagielska-Burduk, A. and Jakubowski, A. (eds), ‘Directive 2014/60/EU and the Movement of Cultural Objects in the European Union’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2):

  • Fiorentini F., Hausler K., Jagielska-Burduk A., and Jakubowski A., ‘Editorial’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 9-20; EDITORIAL_SAACLR_2_2016_(2)
  • Górka M., ‘Directive 2014/60/EU: A New Legal Framework for Ensuring the Return of Cultural Objects within the European Union’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 27-34
  • Vigneron S., ‘The Return of Illicitly Exported Cultural Objects: the Implementation of the 2014/60/EU Directive in France’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 35-56
  • Stamatoudi I.A., ‘Greek Law 4355/2015 Implementing Directive 2014/60/EU on the Return of Cultural Objects Unlawfully Removed from the Territory of a Member’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 57-70
  • Frigo M., ‘The Implementation of Directive 2014/60/EU and the Problems of the Compliance of Italian Legislation with International and EU law’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), 71-84
  • Peters R., ‘The Protection of Cultural Property: Recent Developments in Germany in the Context of New EU Law and the 1970 UNESCO Convention’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 85-102
  • Heese van M., ‘The Implementation of Directive 2014/60/EU in the Netherlands’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 103-118
  • Łukańko B., ‘The Implementation Process of Directive 2014/60/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council in Austrian Legislation’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), 119-134
  • Stec P., ‘The Lady or the Tiger? Legal Pitfalls of Implementing the Return of Cultural Goods Directive’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 135-148
  • Schneider M., ‘The 1995 UNIDROIT Convention: An Indispensable Complement to the 1970 UNESCO Convention and an Inspiration for the 2014/60/EU Directive’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 149-164
  • Kowalski W.W., ‘Ratification of the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects, in light of Directive 2014/60/UE on the Return of Cultural Objects Unlawfully Removed from the Territory of a Member State: The Perspective of Poland’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 165-178
  • Nafziger J.A.R., ‘Trading and Returning Cultural Objects under International Law’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 179-194
  • Mackenzie-Gray Scott R., ‘The European Union’s Approach to Trade: Restrictions on Cultural Property: a Trendsetter for the Protection of Cultural Property in Other Regions?’ (2016) Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2), pp. 211-236

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  1. English version: olgierd_jakubowski_imi-study2016_heuright;
  2. Polish version: olgierd_jakubowski_imi-studium2016_heuright.

Forthcoming:

  • Bieczyński M. M., ‘Prawo do dziedzictwa kulturowego: sprawa dwóch sądów – Strasburg v. Luksemburg [Right to Cultural Heritage: A Matter of Two Courts: Strasbourg vs. Luxembourg]’ in J. Sobczak, K. Chałubińska-Jentkiewicz and K. Kakareko (eds.), Prawo wobec kultury i sztuki [Law in relation to Culture and the Arts] (Wolters Kluwer 2017)
  • Manikowska E., ‘O replice we współczesnym muzeum [Replicas in contemporary museums]’ (2017) Przegląd filozoficzno-literacki 3
  • Fiorentini F. and Jakubowski A., ‘Istria’s Artistic and Spiritual Heritage in Abeyance: International Cooperation and Cultural Community Rights’ (2017) Italian Yearbook of International Law 27