THE PRIMACY OF THE COMMISSION IN THE EUROPEAN COMPETITION NETWORK AS A SAFEGUARD AGAINST NATIONAL COMPETITION POLICIES AND THE REJECTION OF THE ‘PRIMUS INTER PARES’ DOCTRINE. Marco Amorese, Contract Professor of Competition Law 2010-2012 Universita degli Studi di Bergamo – Ph.D., Universith degli Studi di Brescia, LL.M. Harvard Law School, J.D. University of Milan, Studio legale Amorese.
18 Colum. J. Eur. L. 165 (2011) EUROLEGALISM: THE TRANSFORMATION OF LAW AND REGULATION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION. By R. Daniel Kelemen, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., 2011. Pp.366. Reviewed by Peter L. Lindseth, Olimpiad S. loffe Professor of International and Comparative Law, University of Connecticut School of Law.
18 Colum. J. Eur. L. 157 (2011) POWER AND LEGITIMACY: RECONCILING EUROPE AND THE NATION-STATE. By Peter L. Lindseth, Oxford University Press, New York, 2010. Pp.339* Reviewed by R. Daniel Kelemen, Jean Monnet Chair, Director of the Center for European Studies and Associate Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University.
18 Colum. J. Eur. L. 135 (2011) Niels Baeten, Researcher, European University Institute (Florence). An earlier version of this Article was presented in the Montesquieu seminar in honor of Professor Aharon Barak, Tilburg University, Oct. 8, 2010.
18 Colum. J. Eur. L. 111 (2011) Hannes Hofmeister, Assistant Professor, University of Innsbruck, Institute for European and International law. For the first decade of its existence,. the Economic and Monetary Union (“EMU”) was a success. Sixteen countries adopted the euro, and many other Member States were eager to follow suit. International confidence in the new currency grew steadily. Today, however, the lingering effects of the global financial crisis, coupled with some Eurozone states’ lax budgetary discipline, have cast a shadow on the future of the Eurozone. A Member State’s withdrawal from the EMU–long considered a taboo-no longer appears to be completely unrealistic. But do the treaties allow withdrawal? To answer […]
18 Colum. J. Eur. L. 55 (2011) Dimitry Kochenov, LL.M. (CEU Budapest), LL.D. (Groningen), Professor of EU Constitutional Law and Fellow of the Graduate School of Law, University of Groningen, Oude Kijk in ‘t Jatstraat 26, 9712 EK, Groningen, The Netherlands. The reach of the law of the European Union is strictly limited It only applies to those situations that fall within its scope. Until very recently, in the case of European Union citizens, in order to fall within this scope, a so-called “cross-border situation” was required-a demonstration that the parties’ situations had a Union dimension and was not confined to one of the Member States. In the wake of a […]
18 Colum. J. Eur. L. 1 (2011) Federico Fabbrini, PhD Researcher, Law Department, European University Institute. BA summa cum laude in European and Transnational Law at the University of Trento School of Law (Italy) (2006); JD summa cum laude in Constitutional Law at the University of Bologna School of Law (Italy) (2008); LLM in European, Comparative and International Law at the Law Department, European University Institute (2009). This Article analyzes the legal regulation of abortion within the context of Europe’s multilevel system for the protection of fundamental rights. The Article examines the constitutional dynamics and challenges that emerge in the field of abortion law from the overlap between national […]