• Marjolein BA van Asselt
  • Ellen Vos


This working paper publishes all papers written by students within the framework of thisproject between 2010 and 2014. It shows the diversity of topics studied and highlightsdifficulties with which regulators, in particular the EU are struggling in their attempt tocome to grip with uncertain risks in relation to innovation and trade.We would like to thank first all students for their dedication to the research and theirhard work. We would also like to thank all teachers in this course who joined us in this eventover the past years: Tessa Fox, Marijke Hermans, Frederic Bouder, Denise Prévost and MariaWeimer. We also would like to thank the external experts who with their knowledge andexpertise enriched the research carried out and underlined the importance of this kind ofinterdisciplinary research, Ragnar Löfstedt (King’s College, Centre for Risk Management),Ruth Mampuys (Netherlands Commission on Genetic Modification (COGEM)) and Annickde Vries (Rathenau institute).Last but not least, we are very grateful to Tania Isacu (student trainee at the MaastrichtCentre for European Law) and Marcel Hoß (master student European Law School at theFaculty of Law) for all their help with the collection and the formatting of the papers.