The European Union, an ongoing process of integration: liber amicorum Alfred E. Kellermann

The European Union, an ongoing process of integration: liber amicorum Alfred E. Kellermann

The European Union, an ongoing process of integration: liber amicorum Alfred E. Kellermann

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Edition Details

  • Biografical Information: Jaap W. de Zwaan is Professor of the Law of the European Union at the Law School of Erasmus University Rotterdam and Vice-President of the Executive Board and Member of the Governing Board of the T.M.C. Asser Institute.
  • Language: English
  • Publication Information: The Hague : T.M.C. Asser Press, ©2004
  • Material: Internet resource
  • Type: Book, Internet Resource
  • Permalink: http://books.lawlegal.eu/the-european-union-an-ongoing-process-of-integration-liber-amicorum-alfred-e-kellermann/ (Stable identifier)

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XIX, 371 pages : 2 portraits ; 25 cm

Purpose and Intended Audience

Useful for students learning an area of law, The European Union, an ongoing process of integration: liber amicorum Alfred E. Kellermann is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.

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Bibliographic information

  • Responsable Person: edited by Jaap W. de Zwaan, Jan H. Jans, Frans A. Nelissen ; Steven Blockmans, managing editor.
  • Number of Editions: 9 editions
  • First edition Date: 2004
  • Last edition Date: 2004
  • Languages: English
  • Library of Congress Code: KJE947
  • ISBN: 9067041874 9789067041874
  • OCLC: 57223392

Publisher Description:

The European Union concentrates on the three main areas of European integration that mark the career path of Alfred E. Kellermann. Part I covers institutional and constitutional aspects, Part II general principles and substantive aspects and Part III new Member States and Eastern Europe. The contributions included in this Liber Amicorum vary from thematic in-depth studies to studies of a comparative nature. Their themes include, inter alia, the structure of the Union according to the Constitution for Europe, the changes and challenges with which the Union's institutions are faced, the future paths of flexibility (enhanced cooperation, partial agreements and pioneer groups), the role of national competition authorities and national courts under Regulation 1/2003, the constitutional preparation for EU accession in the new Member States, and the influence of European integration on the development of law in Russia.

Main Contents

Alfred E. Kellermann : academic community organiser
The structure of the union according to the draft constitution for Europe / Koen Lenaerts
Rethinking the institutional system / Tim Koopmans
Disturbing or rebalancing powers within the European Union? / Laurence Gormley
The role of the European Commission over the years: changes and challenges / Jaap de Zwaan
The president of the European Council : the beginning of a European government? / Richard Lauwaars
The union minister for foreign affairs: Europe's single voice or Trojan horse? / Jan Wouters
The member states under the constitution: preliminary investigations / Tom Eijsbouts
European Union executives : out of the shade, into the sunshine? / Deirdre Curtin
The fall of committees? / Ellen Vos
Fragmentation in the governance of EU external relations : legal institutional dilemmas and the new constitution for Europe / Ramses Wessel
Future paths of flexibility : enhanced cooperation, partial agreements and pioneer groups / Bruno de Witte
Use of the infringement procedure in cases of judicial errors / Christiaan Timmermans
State liability and infringements attributable to national courts: a Dutch perspective on the Ko?bler Case / Jan Jans
Rights v. principles, or how to remove fundamental rights from the jurisdiction of the courts / Sacha Prechal
Decentralisation in a system of legal exception: the role of national competition authorities under regulation 1/2003 / Anne-Marie Van den Bossche
Internet: a new paradigm for EU law? some exploratory comments on a remarkable judgment / Piet Jan Slot
'The ethology of a paper tiger': The European Union and doping in sport / Robert Siekmann and Janwillem Soek
The Europeanization of the international maritime safety agenda : are we better off leaving it to the IMO? / Frans Nelissen
The teaching of European and international law: the need for curriculum change / Gerard Tanja
Supremacy of constitutions in the context of constitutional pluralism / Evgeni Tanchev
Constitutional preparation for EU accession in the new central and eastern European member states: is the rule of law better than the rule of politics? / Jeno? Czuczai
Impact of EU accession on the national legal orders of new member states : the case of Cyprus /Nicholas Emiliou –The Czech human rights doctrine as challenged by the EU charter of fundamental rights /Jiri Zemanek
European integration and Russia / Yury Matveevsky
The impact of European integration on the development of law in Russia / Gennadi Tolstopyatenko
Russia and the enlarged European Union : mending fences while shaping a wider Europe's environment / Wybe Douma
The European Union's troubled relations with the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1991-2001) / Steven Blockmans.

Summary Note

Concentrates on the main areas of European integration that mark the career path of Alfred E. Kellermann.

Table of Contents

Foreword Joseph Weiler
Alfred E. Kellermann: Academic community organiser The Editors
List of abbreviations
Part I. Institutional and Constitutional Aspects: The structure of the union according to the draft constitution for Europe Koen Lenaerts
Rethinking the institutional system Tim Koopmans
Disturbing or rebalancing powers within the European Union? Laurence Gormley
The role of the European Commission over the years: changes and challenges Jaap de Zwaan
The president of the European Council: the beginning of a European government? Richard Lauwaars
The union minister for foreign affairs: Europe's single voice or Trojan horse? Jan Wouters
The member states under the constitution: preliminary investigations Tom Eijsbouts
European Union executives: out of the shade, into the sunshine? Deirdre Curtin
The fall of committees? Ellen Vos
Fragmentation in the governance of EU external relations: legal institutional dilemmas and the new constitution for Europe Ramses Wessel
Future paths of flexibility: enhanced cooperation, partial agreements and pioneer groups Bruno de Witte
Part II. General Principles and Substantive Aspects: Use of the infringement procedure in cases of judicial errors Christiaan Timmermans
State liability and infringements attributable to national courts: a Dutch perspective on the Köbler Case Jan Jans
Rights v. principles, or how to remove fundamental rights from the jurisdiction of the courts Sacha Prechal
Decentralisation in a system of legal exception: the role of national competition authorities under regulation 1/2003 Anne-Marie Van den Bossche
Internet: a new paradigm for EU law? some exploratory comments on a remarkable judgment Piet Jan Slot
'The ethology of a paper tiger': The European Union and doping in sport Robert Siekmann and Janwillem Soek
The Europeanization of the international maritime safety agenda: are we better off leaving it to the IMO? Frans Nelissen
The teaching of European and international law: the need for curriculum change Gerard Tanja
Part III. The New Member States and Eastern Europe: Supremacy of constitutions in the context of constitutional pluralism Evgeni Tanchev
Constitutional preparation for EU accession in the new central and eastern European member states: is the rule of law better than the rule of politics? Jen&#246
Czuczai
Impact of EU accession on the national legal orders of new member states: the case of Cyprus Nicholas Emiliou
The Czech human rights doctrine as challenged by the EU charter of fundamental rights Jiri Zemanek
European integration and Russia Yury Matveevsky
The impact of European integration on the development of law in Russia Gennadi Tolstopyatenko
Russia and the enlarged European Union: mending fences while shaping a wider Europe's environment Wybe Douma
The European Union's troubled relations with the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1991-2001) Steven Blockmans
Bibliography Alfred E. Kellermann
Index.Kellermann
Index.

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