2017

  • De ruysscher, D., “Partnerships as Flexible and Open-Purpose Entities: Legal and Commercial Practice in Nineteenth-Century Antwerp (c. 1830-c. 1850)” in De ruysscher, D., Cordes, A., Dauchy, S. and Pihlajamäki, H. (eds.), The Company in Law and Practice: Did Size Matter? (Middle Ages-Nineteenth Century), (Studies in the History of Private Law) (Leiden: Brill, 2017), 158-202.

  • De ruysscher, D. en M. In’t Veld, “De handelsgewoonte in het Belgisch en Nederlands economisch privaatrecht”, Tijdschrift voor Privaatrecht 2017, 417-454.

2018

  • De ruysscher, D., “Bescheiden toezichter of bemiddelaar? De rol van de rechter in reorganisatie en faillissement vanuit rechtshistorisch perspectief”, Tijdschrift voor Privaatrecht 2018, 147-218.

  • De ruysscher, D., “Legal Culture, Path Dependence and Dysfunctional Layering in Belgian Corporate Insolvency Law”, International Insolvency Review 27 (2018/3), 374-397.

  • De ruysscher, D., "Security Interests, Insolvency and the Ranking of Debts in Early Modern Continental Europe: Transnational Trends in Legal Change", Rechtskultur: Zeitschrift for europäische Rechtsgeschichte 7 (2018) 1-10.

  • De ruysscher, D. and M. In’t Veld, “Der dogmatische Handelsbrauch in den  Niederlanden und Belgien (19.-21. Jahrhundert)”, Zeitschrift für neuere Rechtsgeschichte 40 (2018), 177-205. 

  • De ruysscher, D. and Kotlyar, I., “Local Traditions v. Academic Views: Collateral Rights over Movables in Holland (15th-17th Centuries)”, Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis 86 (2018), 365-403.

2019

  • De ruysscher, D., “Ius Commune Legal Scholarship and Coherence: the Author’s Structure”, Historia et Ius 15 (2019), paper no 7, http://www.historiaetius.eu/

  • De ruysscher, D., "De zakelijke rechten van de onbetaalde verkoper, rechtshistorisch bekeken", Tijdschrift voor Belgisch Handelsrecht 2019/3, 404-420.

  • Mooi, R. and den Hollander, M., "Protecting the Foreign Creditor. International Insolvency in Early Modern Amsterdam and Frankfurt", TSEG/Low Countries Journal of Social and Economic History 16/3 (2019), in the press.

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2020

  • De ruysscher, D., “Chartered Companies in Sweden, the Dutch Republic and North-West Europe (c.1600-c.1630): Experimenting in Corporate Governance” in K. Tikka (ed.), The Development of Commercial Law in Sweden and Finland (Early Modern Period-Nineteenth Century) (Leiden, Brill, 2020), 59-91. 

  • De ruysscher, D., "Why We Need A History of Collateral Rights: the Example of Antwerp (15th-16th Centuries)" in L. Brunori, S. Dauchy and X. Prévost (eds.), in L. Brunori, S. Dauchy, O. Descamps and X. Prévost (eds.), Le droit face à l'économie sans travail. Finance, investissement et spéculation de l'Antiquité à nos jours. Tome II: L'approche internationale, Paris, Classiques Garnier (Histoire du droit), 2020, 297-308. 

  • De ruysscher, D., “Conceptualizing Lex Mercatoria: Malynes, Schmitthoff and Goldman Compared”, Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 27/4 (2020), 465-483.

  • De ruysscher, D., “Crafting the Hierarchy of Debts (Antwerp, 15th-16th Centuries)” in G. Oppitz-Trotman and L. Kolb (ed.), Early Modern Debt, London, Palgrave MacMillan, 2020, 131-152.

  • De ruysscher, D. “Customs and municipal law: the symbolic authority of the past (Low Countries, 16th-17th century)”, Dutch Crossing: a Journal of Low Countries Studies, published online

  • De ruysscher, D., “Entity shielding y los inicios del patrimonio de las sociedades (Amberes, siglos XVI-XVII)”, Anuario de historia del derecho 90 (2020), 242-271.

2021

  • De ruysscher, D. and M. In't Veld, "Rembrandt's Insolvency: the Artist as Legal Actor", in the press.

  • De ruysscher, D., “Maxims and Cases: Maritime Law and the Blending of Merchant and Legal Culture in the Low Countries (16th-17th Centuries)”, Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung (Germanistische Abteilung) 2021, in the press.