Methods, tools and institutions . / Book 3, Forces and potential for a European identity
Methods, tools and institutions
Law of Europe > Regional organization and integration (Europe) > The European Communities. Community law > Theory and methodology of uniform law development. Integration of law > Community law and municipal law > Member nations and integration of law > General
- Creators or Attribution (Responsibility): European University Institute, Mauro Cappelletti, Monica Seccombe, Joseph Weiler
- Language: English
- Jurisdiction(s): Germany
- Publication Information: Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, 1986
- Publication Type (Medium): Electronic books
- Material: Document, Internet resource
- Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
- Series title: Integration through law, v. 1.
- Permalink: http://books.lawlegal.eu/methods-tools-and-institutions-book-3-forces-and-potential-for-a-european-identity/ (Stable identifier)
Print version: Forces and Potential for a European Identity. Berlin: De Gruyter, ©1986
1 online resource (XXX, 405 pages).
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- Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
- Responsable Person: edited by Mauro Cappelletti, Monica Seccombe, Joseph Weiler.
- Publication Date: 1986
- Country/State: Germany
- Number of Editions: 44 editions
- First edition Date: 1985
- Last edition Date: 1986
- Languages: English
- Library of Congress Code: KJE969
- Dewey Code: 341.2422
- ISBN: 9783110909227 3110909227
- OCLC: 811407215
Preface; Acknowledgements; Table of Cases; Part I The International Dimension; Towards a European Foreign Policy?
The European Foreign Affairs System from the Perspective of the United States Constitution; I. Introduction; II. The Formal Allocation of Powers in the United States and in the Euro?pean Community; III. The Reality of Foreign Affairs Powers; IV. Concluding Observations; Part II The Social and Economic Dimension; Migrant Workers and Rights of Mobility in the European Community and the United States: A Study of Law, Community, and Citizenship in the Welfare State; I. Introduction. II. The Development of the Migrant Worker as a Legal Status: Safeguard for the Welfare StateIII. Migrant Workers and Rights to Mobility in the European Community and the United States: The Idea of a Community Welfare State; IV. Protecting Community Welfare States: The Tendencies Toward Failure of the “Ideal” System of Migrant Workers; V. The Realization of Rights: The Failure of the System of Making More Rights Available While Preserving the Status of Migrants; VI. Beyond Successes and Failures: Migrant Workers, Community Workers and Welfare States. Legal Integration and the Free Movement of Goods: The American and European ExperienceI. Introduction; II. The United States; III. The European Economic Community; IV. Comparative Evaluation; Part III The Moral and Cultural Dimension; The Protection of Fundamental Human Rights as a Vehicle of Integration; I. Introduction; II. Freedom of Expression
Transnational and State Interactions in the American Experience (by Martin Shapiro); III. Towards Transnational Standards of Criminal Justice: The Ameri?can Experience in Criminal Procedure (by Stephen Schulhofer). IV. Fundamental Human Rights as a Vehicle of Legal Integration in Europe (by Jochen Abr. Frowein)V. Conclusion; Legal Education and Legal Integration: European Hopes and American Experience by Lawrence Friedman and Gunther Teubner; Cumulative Index of Volume I.