Narrowing the gap? Law and new approaches to governance in the European Union
WALKER, Neil; DE BURCA, Grainne; TRUBEK, David M.; SCOTT, Joanne ; STURM, Susan; SMISMANS, Stijn; HERVEY, Tamara K.; TRUBEK, Louise; ARMSTRONG, Kenneth; KILPATRICK, Claire ; MAHER, Imelda; SCHELKLE, Waltraud
Title: Narrowing the gap? Law and new approaches to governance in the European Union
Author: WALKER, Neil; DE BURCA, Grainne; TRUBEK, David M.; SCOTT, Joanne ; STURM, Susan; SMISMANS, Stijn; HERVEY, Tamara K.; TRUBEK, Louise; ARMSTRONG, Kenneth; KILPATRICK, Claire ; MAHER, Imelda; SCHELKLE, Waltraud
Citation: Columbia journal of European law, 2007, 13, 3, 513-764
Subject: Sociology of law; Philosophy of law; Governance; Social norms; Social values; Social systems; Political sociology; Political culture; European Union; Legal systems; Regulation; Social change; Comparative analysis; Judiciary; Decision making; Political participation; Citizenship; Europeanization; Decentralization; State-society relations; Medical sociology; Social welfare; Social systems; Accountability; Social control; Fiscal administration; Legislation; European studies; Area studies; U.S.A.; Europe
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