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The Europeanisation of Law

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ISBN13: 9781841130255
ISBN: 1841130257
Published: September 2000
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Format: Hardback
Price: £89.00



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This work consists of interrelated essays by many past and present members of the European University Institute (EUI) Law Department. The contributors' essays address such issues as: the effects of integration upon certain national laws; the elaboration of EU law to provide a new framework for or replacement for national laws; the piecemeal development of specific legal strands of EU law and their intertwining with national or international laws; and the indirect and sometimes unintended consequences of European integration with regard to national, EU or international law.;The book marks and illustrates the significant contribution of the European University Institute Law Department to contemporary legal scholarship. It is intended to indicate the type of legal research which has been carried out at the EUI. It also aims to make more widely known the themes, approaches and methods pioneered in the EUI Law Department, including its European and international focus, its comparative approach and its generally contextual method.

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Contents:
The EUI Law Department and the Europeanisation of law - an introduction, Francis Snyder.
Part 1 Juridification of politics: integration through law revisted - some thoughts on the juridification of the European political process, renaud Dehousse; should public prosection be independent?, Luis Maria Diez-Picazo. Part II Changes in the structure of governance: the science of private law and the nation-state, Christian Joerges; the role of institutional principles in the judicial development of the European Union legal order, Bruno de Witte; European media law - a perspective on the challenge of multimedia, karl-Heinz Ladeur; legal pluralism as an evolutionary achievement of community law, Massimo La Torre. Part III Partial convergence of national legal systems: the protection of public interests and regulation of economic activities, Giuliano Amato; the convergence of the administrative laws of the EU member states, Jurgen Schwarze; some basic elements of legal phenomenology, Patrick Nerhot; trade union rights in EU law, Brian Bercusson. Part IV Unintended consequences: why should Europe be a democracy? - the corruption of politial culture and the principle of toleration, J.H.H. Weiler; simplification of European law, Roland Bieber and Celsa Amarelle; legal irritants - good faith in British law or how unifying law ends up in new divergences, Gunther Teubner; global or re-nationalised? past and future of European labour law, Silvana Sciarra; globalisation and Europeanisation as friends and rivals - European Union law in global economic networks, Francis Snyder.