Publications by Members of the Institute in the first half-year 2015

Alongside the many varied Projects undertaken by the Institute the Scientific Staff maintain a healthy publication record of their own also covering a wide range of legal areas. For the first half-year the publications by the Scientific Staff of Institute (in alphabetical order) are as follows:


Ernst Karner
  • Zur Anwendbarkeit des UN-Kaufrechts bei Werk- und Dienstleistungen. Am Beispiel von Maschinen- und Industrieanlagenverträgen. [together with Koziol] (2015). 91 pages.

Christa Kissling
  • Impact of Bribery on Contracts Under Swiss Civil Law, in: Michael Joachim Bonell/Olaf Meyer (eds), The Impact of Corruption on International Commercial Contracts, Ius Comparatum – Global Studies in Comparative Law 11 (forthcoming mid-August 2015), chapter 16 (approx 40 pages).

Helmut Koziol
  • Zur Anwendbarkeit des UN-Kaufrechts bei Werk- und Dienstleistungen. Am Beispiel von Maschinen- und Industrieanlagenverträgen. [together with Karner] (2015). 91 pages.
  • Comparative Conclusions, in: H. Koziol (ed), Basic Questions of Tort Law from a Comparative Perspective (Wien 2015) 683–838.
  • Social Security System, Risk-Spreading and the Compensation of Damage in the Case of Personal Injury: Comparative Stimulations 3 – 10, Concluding Remarks 44 – 53; Flexibility Instead of the All-or-Nothing Rule: Comparative Stimulations 57 – 65, Concluding Remarks 96 – 101; Liability of Children as well as Persons with Reduced Abili-ties and the Notion of Fault: Comparative Stimulations 105 – 109, Concluding Remarks 140 – 146; Liability for Agents and Agents’ Liability: Comparative Stimulations 149 – 153; Concluding Remarks 182 – 195; Limitations of Liability and Lawful Alternative Conduct: Comparative Stimulations 199 – 208, Concluding Remarks 235 – 239; Com-pensation in Kind for Non-Pecuniary Harm, in Particular the Finding of a Violation: Comparative Stimulations 243 – 244, Concluding Remarks 261; in: H. Koziol (ed), Comparative Stimulations for Developing Tort Law (2015).

Eva Ondreasova
  • Haftung für technische Hilfsmittel de lege lata, ÖJZ 2015, 443. 

Julian Pehm
  • Anmerkung zu OGH 25.6.2014, 2 Ob 48/14v EvBl 2015/82.
  • Pehm, Neue Aufgaben für das europäische Schadenersatzrecht. Bericht über die 14th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, ZVR 2015 (in Print).

Thomas Thiede
  • Kartellschadenersatz im Privatklageweg nach der Richtlinie 2014/104/EU, in: Tagungsband XXIII. Karlsbader Juristentag 2014. Praha 2015, Leges, 351-388.
  • Náhrada škody v soutěžním právu podle nové Směrnice o soukromých žalobách 2014/104/EU, Praha 2015, Leges, 389-424.
  • Aus eins mach zwei! Zum Bereicherungsanspruch im Urheberrecht bei Verletzung des sui-generis-Schutzes von Datenbanken; zugleich eine Anmerkung zu den Entscheidungen OGH 4 Ob 17/02g, 4 Ob 11/07g und 4 Ob 133/13g, in JBl – Juristische Blätter, [together with Judith Schacherreiter] Vienna, Verlag Österreich 2015, 287-296.
  • The recent Shift from the Passive to the Active Consumer, in: ALJ – Austrian Law Journal [together with Judith Schacherreiter] Graz 2015, 23-31.
  • Vorsätzliche Schädigung von Anlegern im europaweiten arbeitsteiligen Wertpapiervertrieb: Der internationale Gerichtsstand nach der EuGVVO, in: ÖBA - Österreichisches Bank-Archiv [together with Florian Sommer] Vienna, Bankverlag/Linde 2015, 175-187.
  • Theory in Practice: Lessons from Norway, in: S. Koch/I. Helland (eds) Nordic and Germanic Legal Methods. Contributions to a Dialogue between Different Legal Cultures, with a Main Focus on Norway and Germany. Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck 2015, 367-391.
  • Conflict of Laws. Texts and Materials [together with B.A. Koch/H. Ortner] Vienna, 3.ed., Vienna, 2015, 298 pages.
  • The International Dimensions of Law. [together with B. Lurger] Vienna, 2.ed Vienna 2015, XIII, 198 pages.





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