By T Tridimas, P Nebbia
This publication, released in volumes, relies at the contributions made to the W.G. Hart Workshop 2003. It includes greater than 40 contributions via major specialists trying to verify the kingdom of improvement of european legislations a few fifty years after the institution of the groups and give a contribution to the present debate at the eu structure. the 1st quantity concentrates at the topic of ecu Constitutionalism and analyzes the proposed structure dealing, between others, with the department of competence among the european and the Member States, neighborhood laws, the position of the nationwide parliaments, democracy within the european, and the court docket of Justice. the second one quantity makes a speciality of demanding situations within the box of the interior marketplace and exterior family members, assorted parts of eu legislations, together with loose circulation, festival legislations and merger regulate, public procurement, patron legislations, expansion, WTO, 3rd state nationals, and intercourse equality. Authors comprise: Tony Arnull, George Bermann, Marise Cremona, Paul Craig, Eileen Denza, Piet Eeckhout, Koen Lenaerts, Steve friends, Wulf-Henning Roth, Francis Snyder, Erika Szyszczak, Takis Tridimas and Stephen Weatherill.
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Additional info for European Union Law for the Twenty-First Century: Volume 2 (Essays in European Law)
It is this restlessness which possessed Leibniz. 1 Still more aggressive is Pierre Legrand: ‘Nowadays, there is only one way in which one can be a ‘good European’ and it is to support the suppression of local particularism. 2 The EC’s intervention in private law has proved one particularly lively arena for debate of this nature. There is a widespread instinct among 1 In ‘Beyond Constitutionalism: The Search for a European Political Imagination’ (2001) 7 ELJ 24, 25. Cf C Harlow, ‘Voices of Difference in a Plural Community’ (2002) 50 American Journal of Comparative Law 339.
Of course, harmonisation of laws for defined ends associated with marketbuilding has always been an EC competence recognised by the Treaty, initially pursuant to Article 100 (now 94), and since the entry into force of the Single European Act in 1987 also under Article 100a (now after amendment Article 95). Many harmonisation measures adopted pursuant to these provisions are perfectly obviously based on the perception that legislative diversity damaged integration, and that, from cosmetics to mineral water, common rules were required.
G. de Búrca and Scott note 11 above; F Tuytschaever, Differentiation in European Union Law (Oxford, Hart, 1999); B De Witte, D Hanf and E Vos, The Many Faces of Differentiation in EU Law (Antwerp, Intersentia, 2001). Cf P Xuereb, ‘The future of Europe: solidarity and constitutionalism. Towards a solidarity model’ (2002) 27 EL Rev 643; J Shaw, ‘Flexibility in a reorganised and simplified Treaty’ in B De Witte (ed), Ten Reflections on the Constitutional Treaty for Europe, (Florence, EUI, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the Academy of European Law, 2003).
European Union Law for the Twenty-First Century: Volume 2 (Essays in European Law) by T Tridimas, P Nebbia