Federalism in the European Union.
By: Cloots, Elke.
Contributor(s): Baere, Geert De | Sottiaux, Stefan.Material type: TextSeries: 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.
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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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