Marija is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law. Marija's research agenda revolves around the relationship between law and social change. In her research project VENI (funded by the Dutch Grant Authority NWO) , and titled 'BRINGING DEMOCRACY TO MARKETS: TTIP and the Politics of Knowledge in Postnational Governance', Marija explores the co-constututive relationship between institutions (democratic or not), laws and expert knowledge in the re-shaping of global political economy. Marija is also interested in the possible contribution of law, and private law in particular, to the socio-ecological transformation.
Marija serves as a Deputy Director of the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law (from 2015), and a PhD Dean at the Faculty of Law (from 2016). She teaches several courses, including 'Private law in European and International Perspective' and 'Making Markets beyond the State: Between Private Law and International Economic Law'. Marija has acquired her PhD from the European University Institute in Florence, with a thesis Legitimacy and European Private Law.
Marija's most recent publications are:
Forthcoming: Market Imaginaries and European Private Law, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 2019; and P. Kjear, The Law of Political Economy, CUP 2019.
Internal Market Rationality: In the Way of Re-imagining the Future, European Law Journal 1/2018.
Contesting Austerity: On the Limits of the EU ‘Knowledge’ Governance (Journal of Law and Society, 1/2017).
Making transnational markets: the institutional politics behind the TTIP ('Europe and the World: A Law Review’, University College London Press, 1/2017).
Regulatory Convergence through the Backdoor: TTIP’s Regulatory Cooperation and the Future of Precaution in Europe (German Law Journal, 4/2017).
with C. Leone: Minimum Harmonisation and Article 16 CFR: Difficult Times Ahead for Social Legislation?, in H. Collins, S. Grundmann, 'EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and European Contract Law', Intersentia, 2017.
Internal Market Rationality, Private Law and the Direction of the Union: Resuscitating the Market as the Object of the Political (European Law Journal, 4/2015).
The Way We Do Europe: Subsidiarity and the Substantive Democratic Deficit (European Law Journal, 1/2015).
See also https://uva.academia.edu/MarijaBartl
M. Bartl, 'Internal Market Rationality, Private Law and the Direction of the Union: Resuscitating the Market as the Object of the Political’ (European Law Journal, forthcoming 4/2015. Available in pre-view http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/eulj.12122/abstract)
M. Bartl, ‘The Way We Do Europe: Subsidiarity and the Substantive Democratic Deficit’ (European Law Journal, forthcoming 1/2015).
M. Bartl, ‘Affordability of Energy Supply: How much Protection for the Vulnerable Consumers?,’ Journal of Consumer Policy (2010).
M. Bartl, E. Fahey, ' The Postnational Market Place? Negotiating the Transantlantic Trade and Investment Partnership', in E. Fahey & D. Curtin (eds.), Transatlantic Community of Law: Interactions between the EU and US legal orders (CUP 2014).
M. Bartl, C. Leone, 'Minimum Harmonisation after Alemo-Herron: The Janus Face of EU Fundamental Rights Review', European Constitutional Law Review (forthcoming 1/2015).
M. Bartl, ‘Legitimacy and European Private Law’, EUI Thesis, (2012).
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