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Research impact

 

 

My publications have been widely cited in journals and books around the world. Whole chapters of books, articles, and presentations have been based on my publications. They have been acknowledged in theses and policy documents.

 

I also receive letters and emails from professors and other scholars who read my books and articles. They come from literally everywhere and they let me know their reactions, and comments about my publications.

 

The following is a partial list of some of the articles, books, and theses that have quoted my works.

 

 

·       Richard Posner, “Let Us Never Blame a Contract Breaker”, Michigan Law Review, Vol. 107 No. 2, November 2008.

·       Richard Frimpong Oppong, “Re-Imagining International Law: An Examination of Recent Trends in the Reception of International Law Into National Legal Systems In Africa” (2007) 30 Fordham Int'l L.J. 296.

·       R. Bender, Launching and operating satellites: legal issues (The Hague; Boston: M. Nijhoff, 1998).

·       Andrea B. Carroll, "Examining a Comparative Law Myth: Two Hundred Years of Riparian Misconception" (2006) 80 Tul. L. Rev. 901.

·       Valérie Kayser, Launching Space Objects: Issues of Liability and Future (Dordrecht; Boston; London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001).

·       Lara L. Manzione, “Multinational Investment in the Space Station: An Outer Space Model for International Cooperation?” 2002 18 Am. U. Int'l L. Rev. 507.

·       Henry Wong, The Paper “Satellite” Chase: The ITU Prepares for Its Final Exam in Resolution 18 (1998) 63 J. Air L. & Com. at 849.

·       H., Mutti, Espacio Ultraterrestre. Política y Legislación del Espacio Exterior (Buenos Aires: Ediciones Particulares, 1997).

·       Luis F. Castillo Argañarás, Telecomunicaciones satelitales y solución de controversias internacionales, ED 206-808.

·       Dora Nevares-Muñiz, Recodification of Criminal Law in a Mixed Jurisdiction: The Case of Puerto Rico, vol 12.1 Electronic Journal of Comparative Law, (May 2008).

·       Heather A. Douglas, DEATH IN PURSUIT OF SPACE TRAVEL: AN ANALYSIS OF CURRENT METHODS OF RECOVERY FOR FAMILIES OF ASTRONAUTS AND THE NEED FOR REFORM, (2004) 26 Whittier L. Rev. 333.

·       THESIS SURVEY 46 McGill L.J. 1205, Julian Hermida, Legal Aspects of Space Risk Management, McGill University.

·       J. Jack Kennedy, Jr., Is International and Municipal Law Congruous to the Development of Fledgling Commercial Space Businesses? New Mexico Space Alliance.

·       Cowan, Jeffrey P. Jr., "The Taxation of Space, Ocean, and Communications Income under the Proposed Treasury Regulations" (2001-2002) 55 Tax Lawyer, 133.

·       Gomez-Perez, Alfredo, Mexican telecommunications: a study of privatization of the state monopoly and opening of the market to competition, McGill thesis, 2000.

·       THESIS SURVEY 48 McGill L.J. 797 Julian Hermida, Legal Basis for a National Space Legislation, McGill University.

·       Hörl, Kay-Uwe, Legal aspects of risks involved in commercial space activities, McGill thesis, 2003.

·       Michael Gerhard, National Space Legislation — Perspectives for Regulating Private Space Activities in Marietta Benkö and Kai-Uwe Schrogl (eds.) Space Law: Current Problems and Perspectives for Future Regulation, (Eleven Publications, 2005).

·       Böckstiegel, Karl-Heinz (ed.), "Project 2001" - legal framework for the commercial use of outer spacerecommendations and conclusions to develop the present state of the law (Köln: Carl Heymanns,  2002).

·       Alejandro Piera, "Intellectual Property in Space Activities. An Analysis of the United States Patent Regime" (2004) 29 Air and Space Law pp. 42-58.

·       Meeting International Responsibilities and Addressing Domestic Needs: Proceedings-United Nations, Vienna, 2006.

·       Filho, José Monserrat, "…a better model of cooperation? The Brazilian–Ukrainian agreement on launching Cyclone-4 from Alcantara" Space Policy, Volume 21, Issue 1, February 2005, Pages 65-73.

·       Justice White, "Ways and Means of Promoting Education in Space Law in Africa" Proceedings-United Nations, Vienna, 2005.

·       Donald H. Martin, Communication Satellites 4th edition, The Aerospace Press, El Segundo, California, 2000.

·       Pablo Rodriguez-Contreras Perez, GNSS Liability Issues: Possible Solutions to a Global System, McGill thesis, 2002.

·       Pearl Goldman, “Legal Education and Technology II” Law Library Journal 2008 Vol 100:3, p. 415.

·       Luis Fernando Fiallos Pazmiño, Legal Aspects of Launching and Operating Spacecraft, McGill thesis, 2003.

·       Audrey Shoshana Bneguira, International Cooperation in the Private Satellite Communications: Enhancing Commercial Exploitation of Outer Space, McGill thesis, 2002.

·       Valérie Kayser, Liability Risk Management for Activities Related to the Launch of Space Objects: Today’s Environment and Tomorrow’s Prospects, McGill thesis, 2002.

·       Pearl Goldman, “Legal Education and Technology II” Law Library Journal 2008 Vol 100:3, p. 415.

·       SCHROGL. (2005). Schrifttum / Bibliographie - Legal Basis for a National Space Legislation, Space Regulations Library Vol. 3, Springer Publishers, Dordrecht. Zeitschrift F̐ưur Luft- Und Weltraumrecht. 54, 173.

·       Michael Gerhard and Bernhard Schmidt-Teddd, “Regulatory Framework for the Distribution of Remote Sensing Satellite Data: Germany’s Draft Legislation on Safeguarding Security Interests” (2005) 48 IISL, p. 45.

·       Michael A. Gorove, Book Review, 26 J. Space L. 79 (1998) (reviewing JULIAN HERMIDA, DERECHO ESPACIAL COMERCIAL -- ASPECTOS INTERNATIONALES NACIONALES Y CONTRACTUALES (1997).

·       Enrique Mapelli, Recension, Revista Europea de Derecho de la Navegación Marítima y Aeronáutica, XV, 1999.

·       Dante Lujan Riccchiuti, “La Reglamentacion Internacional de los Sistemas Moviles Mundiales de Comunicaciones Personales por Satelites (Telefonia Celular Global), Revista Europea de Derecho de la Navegación Marítima y Aeronáutica, XIV, 1998.

·       Dante Lujan Riccchiuti, “Las nuevas formas contractuales en el derecho espacial a la luz de la privatización de Intelsat” ALADA, V, 2001.

·       Maria Jesus Guerrero Lebron, La responsabilidad contractual del porteador aéreo en el transporte de pasajeros, Tirant Lo Blanch, Valencia, 2005.

·       Blandina Baranes, “Bibliography of space policy publications” in Kai-Uwe Schrogl, Charlotte Mathieu and Nicolas Peter (eds.) Yearbook on Space Policy, Springer Vienna, 2007.

·       Luis F. Castillo Argañarás, “Una aproximación al protocolo preliminar de UNIDROIT sobre bienes de equipo espacial. La importancia para Argentina. El Dial, Nov. 28, 2008.

·       Memorial for the Joint Applicants, Team 2 “Case Concerning the Continued Provision of Lifeline Satellite Services to Countries in the Face of Satellite Operator Insolvency” On Submission to the International Court of Justice, Manfred Lachs Moot Court Competition, 2008.

·       Memorial for the Joint Applicants, Team 2 “Case Concerning the Continued Provision of Lifeline Satellite Services to Countries in the Face of Satellite Operator Insolvency” On Submission to the International Court of Justice, Manfred Lachs Moot Court Competition, 2008.

·       Varlyn Vissepo, “Legal Aspects of Reusable Launch Vehicles” (2005) Journal of Space Law 31, p. 165.

 

 

 

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