A native of Spain, Francisco Ramos Romeu's own research interests are in the area of civil procedure, law and economics, and game theory. He received his law degree from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra and has a master's degree in law and a doctorate in law from the New York University. He also received a doctorate in law from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, where he teaches civil procedure and serves as a research fellow at the Institute of Law and Technology.
Law and Politics in the application of EC law: Spanish Courts and the European Court of Justice 1986 – 2000, Common Market Law Review (2006)
¿Reduce realmente la ejecución provisional la interposición de recursos injustificados?, Indret (2006)
The establishment of constitutional courts: a study of 128 democratic constitutions, Review of Law and Economics (2006)
Litigation Under the Shadow of an Exequatur: the Spanish Recognition of U.S. Judgments, The International Lawyer (2004)
Utilización y Funcionamiento del Procedimiento Monitorio: Un Análisis de Teoría de Juegos, Justicia (2004)
El título ejecutivo europeo (2006)
El título ejecutivo europeo establecido por el Reglamento núm. 805/2004 nos acerca a la libre...