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mr. drs. M.W. (Marleen) Wessel

Faculty of Law
Constitutional and Administrative Law

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
Postal address
  • Postbus 15557
    1001 NB Amsterdam
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  • Profile

    Marleen Wessel is writing a dissertation on financial regulatory reform in the department of Constitutional and Administrative Law. Her project is part of the Research Programme Market Regulation (Marktordening), directed by her promotor, Adrienne de Moor-van Vugt.

    Provisional title: 
    Governing systemic risk in the financial sector: Legal and institutional aspects
    In May 2009, Marleen received her master's degree in Dutch law ( cum laude ) with an essay titled:
    Ruimte voor duurzame energie. Aanleg van energie-infrastructuur voor de productie en het transport van elektriciteit uit hernieuwbare bronnen. Nederlandse aanpak en regels in de context van Europees klimaatbeleid.
    This essay can be consulted on the websiteof the Nederlands Juristenblad (see link below).

    Marleen also holds a master's degree in history (UvA 1984, cum laude ). Her historical research concerned French historiography and theoretical history, in particular the work of the French historians and founders of the Annales -school Lucien Febvre (1878-1956) and Marc Bloch (1886-1944).

    Selected publications (see links below):
    Book review (Emilios Avgouleas), Law and Financial Markets Review , November 2012.
    Book review (Larisa Dragomir, Charles Goodhart), Common Market Law Review , Vol. 49, No. 5, October 2012, p. 1803-1807.
    A.J.C. de Moor-van Vugt & M.W. Wessel, 'Systeem in het financiële toezicht', RegelMaat,  vol. 26, afl. 2011/4, p. 213-229.
    'Entre liberté et servage. Lucien Febvre, l'Encyclopédie française et l'occupation allemande', Cahiers Jaurès, 2002/1-2, no. 163-164, p. 149-159.
    'Portrait d'une présence' (contribution au débat autour du livre d'Ulrich Raulff, Ein Historiker im 20. Jahrhundert: Marc Bloch ), Cahiers Marc Bloch 5, 1997, p. 51-60.
    "'Honneur ou Patrie?' Lucien Febvre et la question du sentiment national', Genèses 25, décembre 1996, p. 128-142.
    'Vijf jaar Annales in brieven', NRC 4 februari 1995.
    Workshop Report :
    'The Future of Financial Regulation', University of Amsterdam, January 18th 2011.

    Presentations :
    '"Living wills", a key to reducing systemic risk?', 17th Ius Commune Conference Amsterdam, 30 November 2012.
    'Systeemrisico in de financiële sector', wetenschappelijke vergadering Staats- en bestuursrecht, UvA, 20 June 2011.

    Links :

    Entre liberté et servage

    Honneur ou Patrie?

    Ruimte voor duurzame energie

    Vijf jaar Annales in brieven

  • Publications

    2011

    • de Moor-van Vugt, A. J. C., & Wessel, M. W. (2011). Systeem in het financiële toezicht. Regelmaat : Kwartaalblad voor Wetgevingsvraagstukken, 26(4), 213-229. [details]

    2012

    • de Moor-van Vugt, A. J. C., van Engers, T. M., Groenewegen, F. T., van Haaften, W. F., Klap, A. P., Nieuwenhuis, A. J., ... Wessel, M. W. (2012). Gegevensuitwisseling door toezichthouders. Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam, Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid. [details]

    2012

    • Wessel, M. (2012). [Review of: C. Goodhart (2011) The Basel Committee on banking supervision: a history of the early years, 1974-1997; L. Dragomir (2010) European prudential banking regulation and supervision: the legal dimension]. Common Market Law Review, 49(5), 1803-1807. [details]
    • Wessel, M. (2012). [Review of: E. Avgouleas (2012) Governance of global financial markets: the law, the economics, the politics]. Law and Financial Markets Review, 6(6), 426-428. https://doi.org/10.5235/LFMR6.6.426 [details]
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