From Dual to Cooperative Federalism (häftad)
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From Dual to Cooperative Federalism (häftad)

From Dual to Cooperative Federalism

The Changing Structure of European Law

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What is the federal philosophy underlying the law-making function in the European Union? Which federal model best characterizes the European Union? This book analyses and demonstrates how the European legal order evolved from a dual federalism towards a cooperative federalist philosophy.
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Giuseppe Martinico, Pisa, CML Review ...this volume will give for sure an important contribution to the "rehabilitation" of the federalist approach.

Dimitry Kochenov, University of Groningen In an overwhelmingly important book Schutze brilliantly exposes the obscurantist anti-realistic vision of the European federation in such a splendidly clear and overwhelmingly convincing way that those who will not open their eyes now are not just wrong out of principle. They are blind. For all the rest there is a discovery to make: there were and there are more federations in the world that just the EU.

Nikos Skoutaris, Lecturer in European Law, University of Maastricht ...a timely and relevant contribution that provides for a totally enjoyable and inspiring read and helps us understand better the structure of European Law.

Panos Stasinopoulos, King's College London, Journal of Common Market Studies, 48.4 ...a valuable tool, covering political aspects of federalism, its application to the EU, and the stance of the ECJ with an interdisciplinary approach.

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<br>Robert Schutze is a Reader in law at Durham University.<br>


Introduction: Coming to Constitutional Terms; General Part - The Federal Principle in America and Europe; 1. Federal Tradition(s) and the European Union; Section I - The Federal Principle: Three Constitutional Traditions; Section II - The European Union: American and European Perspectives; 2. Federal Philosophies and the Structure of American Law; Section I - The "New Nationalism" - The Decline of Constitutional Exclusivity; Section II - The "New Federalism" - The Decline of Legislative Exclusivity; Excursus - The Foreign Affairs "Exception" - Dual Federalism Constitutionalised; Special Part - The Changing Structure of European Law; 3. The Decline of Constitutional Exclusivity; Section I - Europe's Expanding Sphere: The Decline of State "Police Powers"; Section II - Europe's Contracting Sphere: The Decline of Federal Exclusive Powers; 4. The Decline of Legislative Exclusivity; Section I - The Commerce Clause(s): Harmonization in the Internal Market; Section II - The Common Agricultural Policy: A Policy Unlike Any Other?; 5. Cooperative Federalism Constitutionalised; Section I - The Principle of Subsidiarity: Procedural Safeguards of Federalism; Section II - Complementary Competences: Substantive Safeguards of Federalism; 6. Excursus: A Foreign Affairs "Exception"?; Section I - Europe's International Powers: Dual Federalism in the External Sphere; Section II - Theory and Practice: Towards Cooperative Federalism?; Conclusion: Europe's Gemeinweg Towards Cooperative Federalism