Title:The European Convention and the Relative Rights of Resident Aliens Author(s):RUBIO MARIN, Ruth; O'CONNELL, RoryDate:1999-01-01Citation:
- European Law Journal, 1999, 5, 1, 4-22
Type:ArticleAbstract:By virtue of conceptual abstraction, the notion of nationality plays a pivotal role in liberal democracies, governing distinctions in the allocation of ‘absolute’ and ‘relative’ rights, and determining that while national ...
Title:Guardians of the Constitution: Unconstitutional constitutional norms Author(s):O'CONNELL, RoryDate:1999-01-01Citation:
- Journal of Civil Liberties, 1999, 4, 1, 48-75
Title:Preserving the Identity Crisis: Autonomy, System and Sovereignty in European Law Author(s):RICHMOND, CatherineDate:1997Citation:
- Law And Philosophy, 1997, 16, 4, 377-420
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article uses Hans Kelsen's theory of a legal system to take a fresh look at European Community law, and the relationship between the European Community, its Member States, and international law. It argues that the ...
Title:The Right to An Effective Remedy in European-Community Law and Environmental-Protection - A Case-Study of United-Kingdom Judicial Decisions Concerning the Environmental Assessment Directive Author(s):WARD, AngelaDate:1993Citation:
- Journal of Environmental Law, 1993, 5, 2, 221-244
Title:Restrictive Business Practices in International Trade and the Role of the World Trade Organization Author(s):MALAGUTI, Maria ChiaraDate:1998Citation:
- Journal of World Trade, 1998, 32, 3, 117-151
Title:European institutional architecture after Amsterdam : parliamentary system or regulatory structure? Author(s):DEHOUSSE, Renaud Date:1998Citation:
- Common market law review, 1998, Vol. 35, No. 3, pp. 595-627
Type:ArticleAbstract:To write about the institutional provisions of the Treaty of Amsterdam is something of a paradox. Although the European Council, meeting in Corfu in June 1995, had indicated that the upcoming intergovernmental conference ...
Title:A Quiet Revolution - the European Court of Justice and Its Interlocutors Author(s):WEILER, Joseph H. H.Date:1994Citation:
- Comparative Political Studies, 1994, 26, 4, 510-534
Type:ArticleAbstract:Although the governments of the member states of the European Community (EC) have always had a principal role in fashioning EC policies and norms, from the 1960s through the 1980s the European Court of Justice played a key ...
Title:Regulation by networks in the European community : the role of European agencies Author(s):DEHOUSSE, Renaud Date:1997Citation:
- Journal of European public policy, 1997, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 246-261
Type:ArticleAbstract:The creation of European agencies is to be viewed as a response to the conflicting pressures to which the European Community is exposed in the post-1992 period. On the one hand, experience has demonstrated that legislative ...
Title:The Transformation of Europe Author(s):WEILER, Joseph H. H.Date:1991Citation:
- Yale Law Journal, 1991, 100, 8, 2403-2483
Type:ArticleAbstract:Professor Weiler confronts the most complex and multi-faceted, and indeed the deepest change in contemporary Europe-the evolving relationship between the European Community and its Member States. Without denying the ...
Title:Taking Rights Seriously Seriously - the European Court and Its Fundamental Rights Jurisprudence .2. Author(s):WEILER, Joseph H. H.; LOCKHART, N. J. S.Date:1995Citation:
- Common Market Law Review, 1995, 32, 2, 579-627