From fragmentation to constitutionalisation of international economic law? : comments on Schneiderman's constitutionalism
Title: From fragmentation to constitutionalisation of international economic law? : comments on Schneiderman's constitutionalism
Author: PETERSMANN, Ernst-Ulrich
Citation: Marc BUNGENBERG, Christoph HERRMANN, Markus KRAJEWSKI and Jörg Philipp TERHECHTE (eds), European yearbook of international economic law 2016, [s.l.] : Springer international publishing, 2016, European Yearbook of International Economic Law ; 7, pp. 45-65
ISBN: 9783319292151; 9783319292144
ISSN: 2364-8392; 2364-8406
This short comment on the preceding article by Prof. Schneiderman calls for the clarification of legal methodologies in research on international economic law (IEL) and on the 'constitutionalisation' of multilevel governance of international public goods (PGs). While European lawyers and courts throughout Europe accept the 'constitutionalisation' of European economic law and human rights law (HRL) as legal facts and normative challenges, legal discourse about 'constitutionalisation' of UN and WTO law and governance remains contested and often confusing due to inadequate clarification of legal terminologies, research methods and diverse conceptions of international law and multilevel governance of PGs.
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