Title:Balancing fundamental rights and common market freedoms in union law: Schmidberger and Omega in the light of the European constitution Author(s):MORIJN, JohnDate:2006Citation:
- European law journal, 2006, 12, 1, 15-40
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article deals with how the Court of Justice balances fundamental rights protection and Common Market freedoms. From the particular perspective of the Charter and the ECHR, whose legal status will be upgraded upon entry ...
Title:Age discrimination law in a country with a communist history: the example of Poland Author(s):ZYSK, MalgorzataDate:2006Citation:
- European law journal, 2006, 12, 3, 371-402
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article offers an overview of the legal responses to age discrimination in Poland. It explores the system of legal protection before the accession of Poland to the European Union, and looks too at the situation after ...
Title:Electricity and gas market liberalization in the EU as a part of the internal energy market strategy - chosen aspects. The lesson for Poland Author(s):NOWAK, BartlomiejDate:2006Citation:
- Journal of interdisciplinary economics, 2006, 17, 4, 465-480
Title:Implementation of directives into domestic legal system: the case of Poland Author(s):NOWAK, BartlomiejDate:2006Citation:
- Journal of interdisciplinary economics, 2006, 17, 3, 289-312
Title:The Affordability of Energy: How Much Protection for the Vulnerable Consumers? Author(s):BARTL, MarijaDate:2010Citation:
- Journal of consumer policy, 2010, 33, 3, 225-245
Type:ArticleAbstract:Affordability is a new 'alien' concept penetrating the field of contract and consumer law as one of the obligations related to the provision of 'universal services' or 'public service' in the context of services of general ...
Title:The effects of the Lisbon Treaty on the principles and objectives of the Common Commercial Policy Author(s):DIMOPOULOS, AngelosDate:2010Citation:
- European foreign affairs review, 2010, 15, 2, 153-170
Type:ArticleAbstract:The Lisbon Treaty brings significant changes to the orientation of the Common Commercial Policy (CCP), affecting the principles and objectives that guide the exercise of EU competence in this field. Building upon the EC ...
Title:Energy security and the division of competences between the European community and its member states Author(s):HAGHIGHI, Sanam SalemDate:2008Citation:
- European law journal, 2008, 14, 4, 461-482
Type:ArticleAbstract:Securing energy supply for Europe has been for decades at the forefront of the energy policies of individual European Community member countries. However, dealing with energy issues in general and securing energy supply ...
Title:Alles oder Nichts'? The outer boundaries of the German citizenship debate Author(s):HORVATH, Eniko; RUBIO MARIN, RuthDate:2010Citation:
- International journal of constitutional law, 2010, 8, 1, 72-93
Type:ArticleAbstract:In this article we explore how constitutionally enshrined and historically conditioned conceptions of membership in Germany have continued to frame citizenship debates over the last two decades. These debates have been ...
Title:Second order secrecy and Europe's legality mosaics Author(s):CURTIN, DeirdreDate:2018Citation:
- West European politics, 2018, Vol. 41, No. 4, pp. 846-868
Type:ArticleAbstract:In today's information society the citizen is ever more visible to government and to private companies while paradoxically government itself becomes ever more secret. This asymmetry is not caused by secrecy implying ...