Browsing Department of Law (LAW) by Subject "Judiciary"
Title:Judging judges: from 'principal-agent theory' to 'constitutional justice' in multilevel 'judicial governance' of economic cooperation among citizens Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2008Citation:Journal of international economic law, 2008, 11, 4, 827-884Type:ArticleAbstract:How should citizens evaluate the ever more important case law of international economic courts and their sometimes inadequate responses (e.g. by investor-state arbitration) to 'the governance gaps created by globalization ...
Title:Quantity or Quality? Re-Assessing the Role of Supreme Jurisdictions in Central Europe Author(s):BOBEK, MichalDate:2007Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI LAW; 2007/36Abstract:Over the last decades, the ever growing caseload in supreme and constitutional jurisdictions all around Europe has forced some of them to reassess the role and functions they should be fulfilling. This article offers, ...
Title:Narrowing the gap? Law and new approaches to governance in the European Union Author(s):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, WaltraudDate:2007Citation:Columbia journal of European law, 2007, 13, 3, 513-764Type:Article