vesco paskalev

Dr Vesco Paskalev

Lecturer

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • School of Law and Politics

Summary

Vesco Paskalev joined the Law School in 2014 after completing his PhD at the European University Institute, Florence. His previous positions include researcher at the EUDO Citizenship Observatory at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (Florence), advisor to the Committee of European Integration of the Bulgarian parliament (2002-2005) and an adjunct lecturer in EU law. He was actively engaged with the green movement in Bulgaria and still counsels national and European environmental NGOs and writes complaints to the European Commission for infringement of biodiversity law. He has also been visiting researcher at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford University (2003-4) and at the London School of Economics (2010).

Journal Article

May science be with you: Can scientific expertise confer legitimacy to transnational authority?

Paskalev, V. (2017). May science be with you: Can scientific expertise confer legitimacy to transnational authority?. Transnational Legal Theory, 8(2), 202-223. doi:10.1080/20414005.2017.1356624

Bulgarian constitutionalism : challenges, reform, resistance and ... frustration

Paskalev, V. (2016). Bulgarian constitutionalism : challenges, reform, resistance and ... frustration. European Public Law, 22(2), 203-224

Cutting genuine links : a normative analysis of citizenship deprivation

Bauböck, R., & Paskalev, V. (2015). Cutting genuine links : a normative analysis of citizenship deprivation. Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 30, 47-104

GMO regulation in Europe: undue delegation, abdication or design flaw?

Paskalev, V. (2015). GMO regulation in Europe: undue delegation, abdication or design flaw?. European Journal of Risk Regulation, 6(4), 573-578. https://doi.org/10.1017/s1867299x00005110

Report

An assessment of current regulation of GMOs in the EU and proposals for amending it

Paskalev, V. (2016). An assessment of current regulation of GMOs in the EU and proposals for amending it. Green House

Postgraduate supervision

Vesco would be interested in supervising researchers in any area of EU law, as well as any regulatory issue where decisions are purported to be on the basis of scientific evidence or formal assessment (e.g. cost-benefits analyses). Current PhD supervisions - Yuchen Guo, Public Participation in the Marine Related Decision-making Process—A Lesson Learned from Marine Legislation - Talal S Al Rasbi, The Right to Nationality for Children: A study of Nationality Laws in the GCC Countries