the publisher

The Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law is a publication of Eleven, The Hague, an imprint of Boom uitgevers Den Haag (BuDH). 


Eleven (formerly known as Eleven International Publishing), established in 2003 by Selma Hoedt, developed a strong market presence through its publications in international law. On 1 January 2010 the publisher was acquired by BuDH, continuing as the company’s imprint and English language publishing arm. In addition to the timely legal titles, Eleven too broadened its scope by publishing criminology, public administration and political sciences titles as part of BuDH’s goal of becoming a fully-fledged international academic publishing house. The imprint is synonymous with high quality and current publications, providing the necessary tools for academics and practitioners alike.

BuDH is part of Koninklijke Boom uitgevers. A family business, Boom uitgevers was founded in 1841 and has since grown into a publishing group whose activities include developing multimedia operations that provide information of the highest standard for the nation. BuDH aims to provide people with reliable and meaningful information that leads to a better understanding, based on a strong commitment to society.


For more information, or to place an order, please visit the Publisher’s website. All journals of Eleven, including the Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law as well, are available online on their journal’s website, through which full access is offered for each available journal (i.e. via an all-in subscription, single journal subscription, or pay per article option).


The catalogue of Eleven can be accessed from here


Last updated: 9 September 2023


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