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The European Union and its Order: The Legal Theory of European Integration

The European Union and its Order: The Legal Theory of European Integration

Zenon Bankowski (Editor), Andrew Scott (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-631-21504-2

Aug 2000, Wiley-Blackwell

224 pages

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Born of a series of research seminars, supported by the ESRC and the European Law Journal, this book tackles the most pressing issue raised by intensified European integration: the demise of sovereign states and the design of theoretical frameworks within which issues of post-national democracy and legal legitimacy might be considered.
Preface (Zenon Bankowski and Andrew Scott).

1. Law Without a State? On Representing the Common Market (Hans Lindahl and Bert van Roermund).

2. The European Union as an Essentially Contested Project (Zenon Bankowski and Emilios Christodoulidis).

3. Sovereignty and Differentiated Integration in the European Union (Neil Walker).

4. The Problem of Membership in European Union Citizenship (Jo Shaw).

5. Beyond the Bundesverfassungsgericht: On the Necessary Cunning of Constitutional Reasoning (Michelle Everson).

6. Does the European Union Pervert Democracy? Questions of Democracy in New Constitutional Thought on the Future.

7. Legitimacy and Governance Beyond the European Nation State: Conceptualising Governance in the European Union (Caitriona Carter and Andrew Scott).

8. The Limits of European Union Citizenship (Carole Lyons).

9. Democracy, Sovereignty and the Constitution of the Europe Union: The Republican Alternative to Liberalism (Richard Bellamy and Dario Castiglione).

10. Identity and Democracy in the New Europe (Ian Ward).