Daniel Dimov

Daniel Dimov

Daniel Dimov (Master's Degree in European Law , Radboud University Nijmegen; Master's Degree in Law, University of Ruse, Ruse, Bulgaria) is currently on traineeship at the European Commission in Brussels. He is expected to receive his PhD in 2012 at the Centre for Law in the Information Society, Leiden University, the Netherlands.




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Articles and Video:

Towards Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution, Part 3 (01/01/12)
Using crowdsourcing for solving disputes is a subject that has not been discussed in many scientific publications. However, since Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution (CODR) provides a cheap, fast, and democratic dispute resolution, it has a potential that needs to be explored scientifically. How should eBay solve otherwise 60 millions disputes per year? (This is a Part 3 in a 3-part series.)

Towards Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution, Part 2 (11/28/11)
Using crowdsourcing for solving disputes is a subject that has not been discussed in many scientific publications. However, since Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution (CODR) provides a cheap, fast, and democratic dispute resolution, it has a potential that needs to be explored scientifically. This article discusses the stages of CODR.

Towards Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution (10/31/11)
Using crowdsourcing for solving disputes is a subject that has not been discussed in many scientific publications. However, since Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution (CODR) provides a cheap, fast, and democratic dispute resolution, it has a potential that needs to be explored scientifically. This article is by Daniel Dimov and Prof. Jaap van den Herik.