Sources of inspiration : old and new rules for looted art / Evelien Campfens National panels advising on Nazi-looted art in Austria, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Germany : a brief overview / Annemarie Marck and Eelke Muller Just and fair solutions : a view from the United States / Douglas Davidson "Ultimately, the applicant needs to feel that justice has been done" : an interview with Alfred Jacobsen / Annemarie Marck and Marleen Schoonderwoerd Panel discussion / edited by Floris Kunert and Evelien Campfens A fruitful discussion /Rob Polak "We want to honour the memory of our great-grandparents" : an interview with Ella Andriesse and Robert Sturm / Annemarie Marck and Marleen Schoonderwoerd The best we can do? Exploring a collegiate approach to Holocaust-related claims / Norman Palmer Just and fair solutions : an analysis of international practice and trends / Marc-André Renold and Alessandro Chechi Key elements of just and fair solutions : the case for a restatement of restitution principles / Matthias Weller Between justice and legal closure : looted art claims and the passage of time / Wouter Veraart "A joyful windfall" : an interview with Bas van Lier / Annemarie Marck and Marleen Schoonderwoerd.
Papers compiled from the two-day conference, Fair and just solutions? alternatives to litigation in Nazi-looted art disputes : status quo and new developments, held in The Hague [The Netherlands] in November 2012.
In English, German, and French.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.