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Federalism in the European Union.

By: Cloots, Elke.
Contributor(s): Baere, Geert De | Sottiaux, Stefan.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Modern Studies in European Law: Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2012Description: 1 online resource (438 p.).ISBN: 9781847319975.Subject(s): Constitutional law -- European Union countries | European federation | European Union countries -- Politics and government | European UnionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Federalism in the European UnionDDC classification: 321.04094 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Prelims; Preface; Acknowledgements; Summary Contents; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction: Federalism's Janus Face; Part I. Federalism in the EU's Constitutional Structure; 1. EU Federalism in 3-D; 2. Federalism and Jurisdiction; 3. Federalism, the EU and International Law; 4. The Court of Justice as a Federal Constitutional Court: A Comparative Perspective; 5. The Dual System of Rights Protection in the European Union in Light of US Federalism; 6. Federalism and International Relations in the European Union and the United States: A Comparative Outlook
Part II. EU Law and Member State Federalism7. European Ties that Bind: Political or Cultural?; 8. Does EU Decision-Making Take into Account Regional Interests?; 9. The Role of Sub-State Entities in the EU Decision-Making Processes: A Comparative Constitutional Law Approach; 10. Autonomous Constitutional Regions in a Federal Europe; 11. The European Court of Justice and the Devolution of Taxation Powers; 12. The Impact of EU Law on the Devolution of Social Powers in the Member States; 13. EU Law and Language Regulation in (Quasi-) Federal Member States
14. The European Court of Justice and Member State Federalism: Balancing or Categorisation?15. The Impact of 'Regional Blindness' on the Italian Regional State; 16. The Spanish State Structure and EU Law: The View of the Spanish Constitutional Court; 17. Economic and Monetary Union: Caught between Brussels and Luxembourg?; Index
Summary: Federalism appears in two main forms in the EU. On the one hand, numerous formerly unitary Member States have embarked on a path towards a (quasi-)federal governance structure. On the other hand, the EU itself is sometimes qualified as a federal system. These essays explore this dual appearance of federalism in the EU context.
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Prelims; Preface; Acknowledgements; Summary Contents; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction: Federalism's Janus Face; Part I. Federalism in the EU's Constitutional Structure; 1. EU Federalism in 3-D; 2. Federalism and Jurisdiction; 3. Federalism, the EU and International Law; 4. The Court of Justice as a Federal Constitutional Court: A Comparative Perspective; 5. The Dual System of Rights Protection in the European Union in Light of US Federalism; 6. Federalism and International Relations in the European Union and the United States: A Comparative Outlook

Part II. EU Law and Member State Federalism7. European Ties that Bind: Political or Cultural?; 8. Does EU Decision-Making Take into Account Regional Interests?; 9. The Role of Sub-State Entities in the EU Decision-Making Processes: A Comparative Constitutional Law Approach; 10. Autonomous Constitutional Regions in a Federal Europe; 11. The European Court of Justice and the Devolution of Taxation Powers; 12. The Impact of EU Law on the Devolution of Social Powers in the Member States; 13. EU Law and Language Regulation in (Quasi-) Federal Member States

14. The European Court of Justice and Member State Federalism: Balancing or Categorisation?15. The Impact of 'Regional Blindness' on the Italian Regional State; 16. The Spanish State Structure and EU Law: The View of the Spanish Constitutional Court; 17. Economic and Monetary Union: Caught between Brussels and Luxembourg?; Index

Federalism appears in two main forms in the EU. On the one hand, numerous formerly unitary Member States have embarked on a path towards a (quasi-)federal governance structure. On the other hand, the EU itself is sometimes qualified as a federal system. These essays explore this dual appearance of federalism in the EU context.

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Elke Cloots is a Researcher at the University of Leuven and a Fellow of the Research Foundation-Flanders.Geert De Baere is Assistant Professor of International Law and EU Law at the University of Leuven, and senior member of the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies.Stefan Sottiaux is Assistant Professor of Constitutional Law and Discrimination Law at the University of Leuven.

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