Division of Powers in European Union Law:The Delimitation of Internal Competences between the EU and the Member States available in Hardcover
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- Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory
The European Union has flourished and expanded over the last fifty years as a unique system that lies midway between a federal state and an anarchical international system. Different actors coexist within a cooperative hegemony of Member States, and
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Table of Contents
Preface and Acknowledgements. Table of Abbreviations. Table of Cases. Table of Treaties. Introduction. 1. The Evolution of Internal Community Competences. 2. The Institutional Actors and the Horizontal Division of Competences in the Community. 3. Cooperative Federalism, Primacy and European Constitutionalism. 4. Subsidiarity and the Monitoring of the Jurisdictional Limits of the Community Legislative Process. 5. Subject Related EU Internal Competences. 6. The Main Categories of Objective Related EC/EU Internal Competences. 7. Competence Delimitation From Laeken to The Treaty of Lisbon. 8. A Variable Geometry of European Integration: Enhanced Cooperation and a Core Europe. Conclusion. Selected Bibliography. Index.