The transformation of enforcement : European economic law in a global perspective
Title: The transformation of enforcement : European economic law in a global perspective
Citation: Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2016, Hart studies in comparative public law
This insightful book considers the phenomenon of the transformation of enforcement in European economic law while adopting a distinct global perspective. The editors identify and respond to the need for reflection on transformation processes in the area of enforcement by bringing together the leading international and European scholars in a variety of disciplines to share and compare experiences and learning in different areas of law. Rooted in a wide and regulatory understanding of enforcement, this book showcases the transformation of enforcement with reference to both European economic law (especially transnational commercial law, competition law, intellectual property law, consumer law) and to the current context of significant global economic challenges. Comparative perspectives facilitate the formation of a holistic perspective on enforcement that reaches beyond distinct theoretical accounts, political agendas, regulatory systems, institutional patterns, particular remedies, industry sectors, and stakeholder perspectives. As the first comprehensive and comparative analysis of the enforcement of European economic law that reaches beyond closely confined areas of law, it constitutes a crucial contribution to the theoretical and policy questions of how to design a coherent European enforcement architecture in accordance with essential principles and objectives of the EU economic order. This unique study will have broad appeal. By exploring enforcement transformations from a legal and a cross-disciplinary perspective, it will be essential reading for scholars, practitioners and policymakers from different disciplines.
Table of Contents:
Part I: Introduction Part II: Theorising Justice: Analytical and Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Enforcement Part III: The Supply and Demand Side of Justice: Stakeholders and Institutions Part IV: Shaping Justice: The Court of Justice of the European Union Part V: Rendering Justice: Procedures, Compensation, Sanctions Part VI: Globalising Justice: Transnational Enforcement Mechanisms Part VII: Governing Justice: Public Accountability of Enforcement Part VIII: Conclusions
Based on the results of a International conference convened by Hans-W. Micklitz and Andrea Wechsler in the framework of the European Research Council Project “European Regulatory Private Law” held at the European University Institute, Florence, Italy, from 27 June to 28 June 2013.
Grant number: FP7/269722
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