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  1. 2019
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    Oosterhuis, J. (2019). A staunch Protestant on an irenic Remonstrant: Matthaeus’s references to Grotius in De criminibus. In H. Dondorp, M. Schermaier, & B. Sirks (Eds.), De rebus divinis et humanis. Essays in honour of Jan Hallebeek (pp. 225–240). Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  3. 2018
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    Oosterhuis, J. (2018). Het Provinciaal Hof Limburg in het Weekblad van het Regt: gebrek aan 'wrijving van denkbeelden'?. In B. Van Hofstraeten, J. van Rensch, T. Gehlen, G-R. de Groot, & C. H. van Rhee (Eds.), Ten definitieven rechtdoende... LouIs BERkvens AMICORUM: Opstellen aangeboden aan prof. dr. A.M.J.A. Berkvens, bijzonder hoogleraar rechtsgeschiedenis der Limburgse territoria (UM), ter gelegenheid van zijn emeritaat (Vol. 25, pp. 266-282). Maastricht: Koninklijk Limburgs Geschied- en Oudheidkundig Genootschap (LGOG).
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    Oosterhuis, J. (2018). Private and public in the design of commercial Law: Lessons from the history of bills of exchange. In M. Heidemann, & J. Lee (Eds.), The future of the commercial contract in scholarship and law reform (pp. 369-388). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-95969-6_14
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  7. 2017
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  9. 2016
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    Oosterhuis, J. (2016). Commercial impracticability and the missed opportunity of the French Contract Law Reform: doctrinal, historical and law and economics arguments: Comment on Lutzi's introducing imprévision in French contract law. In S. Stijns, & S. Jansen (Eds.), The French contract law reform: A source of inspiration? (pp. 113-129). (Ius Commune Europaeum). Antwerp: Intersentia.
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    Oosterhuis, J. (2016). Treatise on the Law of Sale of Personal Property 1868: Judah Philip Benjamin (1811-1884). In S. Dauchy, G. Martyn, A. Musson, H. Pihlajamäki, & A. Wijffels (Eds.), The formation and transmission of Western legal culture: 150 Books that made the law in the age of printing (pp. 382-385). [117] (Studies in the History of Law and Justice; Vol. 7). Cham: Springer.
  12. 2015
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    Beckers, A., Kornet, N., & Oosterhuis, J. (2015). Who does what in commercial law? The case for a multi-actor and multi-level approach to regulating commercial transactions. In B. Akkermans, J. Hage, N. Kornet, & J. Smits (Eds.), Who does what in European private law? (pp. 125-175). (Ius Commune Europaeum; No. 137). Cambridge-Antwerp-Portland: Intersentia.
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  15. 2014
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    Oosterhuis, J. (2014). Convergence and unification of 19th Century European commercial sales law. Why the CESL might just be an Intermezzo in the game of unifying European commercial sales law. In J. M. Milo, J. H. A. Lokin, & J. M. Smits (Eds.), Tradition, codification and unification: comparative-historical essays on developments in civil law (pp. 159-173). (Ius Commune Europaeum; No. 128). Cambridge, Antwerp, Portland: Intersentia.
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    Oosterhuis, J. (2014). From legislature to Code? Goal-oriented formalism in French and Dutch cases about marriage and parental authority in the 19th Century. In K. M. Staudigl-Ciechowicz, P. Klausberger, R. Pils, P. Scheibelreiter, & C. Schmetterer (Eds.), Recht [durch] setzen: Making things legal. Gesetzgebung und prozessuale Wirklichkeit in den europäischen Rechtstraditionen (pp. 528-535). (Beiträge zur Rechtsgeschichte Österreichs; No. 2/2013). Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
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  21. 2013
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    Oosterhuis, J., & van Dongen, E. G. D. (2013). Introduction. In J. Oosterhuis, & E. G. D. V. Dongen (Eds.), European Traditions: Integration or Disintegration? (pp. 1-2). Oisterwijk: Wolf Legal Publishers.
  25. 2012
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  28. 2011
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    Oosterhuis, J. (2011). Les promesses de mariage et la difficile unité entre le droit révolutionnaire et le droit existant aux Pays-Bas. L'acculuration entre le droit révolutionnaire et le droit existant (fin XVIIIe - début XIXe siècle). In B. Coppein, F. Stevens, & L. Waelkens (Eds.), Modernisme, tradition et acculturation juridique (pp. 233-243). (Iuris Scripta Historica; No. XXVII). Brussel: Koninklijke Academie van België voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten.
  30. 2010
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    Oosterhuis, J. (2010). Industrialization and Specific Performance in the German Territories during the 19th Century. In J. Hallebeek, & J. H. Dondorp (Eds.), The Right to Specific Performance - The Historical Development (pp. 97-134). (Ius Commune Europaeum; No. 82). Antwerp: Intersentia.
  32. 2009
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    Oosterhuis, J. (2009). Industrialization and Specific Performance in the Netherlands during the 19th Century. In S. Peréz, & et al. (Eds.), Turning Points and Breaklines (pp. 328-345). (Jahrbuch Junge Rechtsgeschichte - Yearbook of Young Legal History; No. 4). München: Martin Meidenbauer.
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  36. 2005
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  38. 2004
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