10 IJCP [i] (2001)

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                     CONTENTS
                  VOLUME 10 (ZOO1) NUMBER 1



                                ARTICLES

                                     I
   Collecting the Classical World: First Steps in a Quantitative History • Christopher
       Chippindale, David Gill, Emily Salter, and Christian Hamilton

                                    32
 Restricting International Trade in the National Artistic Patrimony: Economic Rationale
        and Policy Instruments • John O'Hagan and Clare McAndrew

                                    55
       The Elgin Marbles: Questions of Accuracy and Reliability . Ian Jenkins


                              CASE NOTES

                                    70
         State Preemption of Foreign-Owned Painting and International Law
                         Ignaz Seidl-Hohenveldern

                                    79
    Moral Rights and the Protection of Cultural Heritage: Amar Nath Sehgal v.
                 Union of India • Mira T Sundara Rajan

                                    95
           Section 12.o3 of the New York Arts and Cultural Affairs Law:
                  Civil by Association • Ronald B. Kowalczyk


                        CONFERENCE REPORTS

                                    122
Resolution of Disputes in International Art Trade, Third Annual Conference of the Venice
Court of National and International Arbitration, Venice, Italy (September 29-30, 2000)
                                * Kurt Siehr

                                    127
Vilnius International Forum on Holocaust-Era Looted Cultural Assets, Vilnius, Lithuania
                  (October 3-5, 2000) - Patrick J. O'Keefe

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