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Szocik, Konrad and Herian, Robert (2019). Evolutionary Roots of Property Rights; The Natural and Cultural Nature of Human Cooperation. The Heythrop Journal, 60(6) pp. 821–831. file


Herian, Robert (2018). Legal Recognition of Blockchain Registries and Smart Contracts. EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum. file

Herian, Robert (2018). Regulating Blockchain: Critical Perspectives in Law and Technology. Routledge.

Herian, Robert (2018). Regulating Disruption: Blockchain, GDPR, and Questions of Data Sovereignty. Journal of Internet Law, 22(2) 1 and 8-16. file

Herian, Robert (2018). Taking Blockchain Seriously. Law and Critique, 29(2) pp. 163–171. file

Herian, Robert (2018). The Politics of Blockchain. Law and Critique, 29(2) pp. 129–131.

Herian, Robert (2018). Blockchain and the Distributed Reproduction of Capitalist Class Power. In: Gloerich, Inte; Lovink, Geert and De Vries, Patricia eds. MoneyLab Reader 2: Overcoming the Hype. Institute of Network Cultures, pp. 43–51.


Herian, Robert (2017). Blockchain and the (re)imagining of trusts jurisprudence. Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance, 26(5) pp. 453–460.

Herian, Robert (2017). The Castrated Trustee: Jouissance and Breach of Trust. Pólemos, 11(1) pp. 97–115. file


Herian, Rob (2015). Henry Miller: obscene other of the law. In: Decker, James and Männiste, Indrek eds. Henry Miller: New Perspectives. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 95–108.


Herian, Robert (2014). 'How long do you intend to stay?': Desire meets proscription in the subject in Henry Miller's Via Dieppe-Newhaven. Liverpool Law Review, 35(1) pp. 65–81.

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