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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Constitutional order of states?
Oxford [UK] : Hart Pub., 2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alan Dashwood; Anthony Arnull
|ISBN:||9781847316363 1847316360 1283231638 9781283231633|
|Description:||1 online resource : illustrations|
|Contents:||Preface; Farewell and Thanks to Alan; CONTENTS; List of Contributors; Table of Cases; Table of Legislation; Part I: Constitutional Fabric; 1 Is the European Union an Organisation of Limited Powers?; 2 The Status and Rights of Sub-state Entities in the ConstitutionalOrder of the European Union; 3 Ireland and the Lisbon Treaty: All's Well That Ends Well?; 4 Where Will the Lisbon Treaty Lead Us?; 5 Does Europe Need a Constitution? Achievements andChallenges After Lisbon; 6 Over the Rainbow: Languages and Law in the European Union; Part II: Judicial Fabric. 7 The Court of Justice as a Constitutional Adjudicator8 The Relationship between the European Court of Justice andthe European Court of Human Rights; 9 Reforming Some Aspects of the Role of Advocates General; 10 The Role of General Principles of EU Law; 11 The Horizontal Application of Fundamental Rights as GeneralPrinciples of Union Law; 12 In Defence of Mangold?; 13 Edging Towards Closer Scrutiny? The Court of Justice and ItsReview of the Compatibility of General Measures With theProtection of Economic Rights and Freedoms. 14 Union Law and Final Decisions of National Courts in theRecent Case Law of the Court of JusticePart III: European Substantive Law; 15 The Struggle for EU Citizenship: Why Solidarity Matters; 16 Social Solidarity and Social Security; 17 Social Policy and the Shifting Sands of the Constitutional Order:The Case of Posted Workers; 18 EU Criminal Law-the Present and the Future?; 19 Free Movement of Goods and Pre-emption of State Power; 20 The Past, Present and Future of Competition Law in theEuropean Union; 21 The Future Shape of EU Energy Law and Policy. 22 The Role of National Judges in Implementing Uniform Rules ofJurisdiction and Choice of Law in the European UnionPart IV: Europe in the Wider World; 23 Member States as Trustees of the Union Interest: Participating inInternational Agreements on Behalf of the European Union; 24 The 'Succession Doctrine' and the European Union; 25 Enlarging the Constitutional Order of States; 26 Very Small States and the European Union: the Case ofLiechtenstein; 27 The Internal Legal Effects of the EU's International Agreementsand the Protection of Individual Rights. 28 The Obligation of Member States to Foresee, in the Conclusionand Application of their International Agreements, EventualFuture Measures of the European Union29 Third Time Lucky: the Pre-history of the Common Security andDefence Policy; 30 The Nexus Between the European Union's Common Securityand Defence Policy and Development; 31 The Role of the European Commission in Tackling Terrorism:the Example of Passenger Name Records; Index.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Anthony Arnull [and others].|
Because this edited collection has been written in Dashwood's honour a vast array of preeminent authorities within the various fields of EU law have made contributions to the book, which thus