Euro crisis responses and the EU legal order : increased institutional variation or constitutional mutation?
Title: Euro crisis responses and the EU legal order : increased institutional variation or constitutional mutation?
Author: DE WITTE, Bruno
Citation: European constitutional law review, 2015, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 434-457
ISSN: 1744-5515; 1574-0196
Euro crisis reforms as major example of interstitial institutional change in the EU - Forms of institutional change : unusual sources of law, new tasks for the EU institutions, new organs, competence creep, institutional hybrids, and more differentiated integration - Question whether some or all of this amounts to a ‘constitutional mutation’ of the EU legal order - Reasons to doubt whether the constitutional fundamentals have changed - Alternative thesis: increased institutional variation, deepening the differences between EMU law and the rest of EU law.
Published online 1 December 2015.
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