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The Constitutionalization of European Budgetary Constraints (reprint, 2014).


The Constitutionalization of European Budgetary Constraints (reprint, 2014)

Edited by Maurice Adams, Federico Fabbrini, and Pierre Larouche

Hart Publishing, Oxford


428 pages


Modern Studies in European Law; Volume 47


This book is comprised of papers from a May 2013 conference held at Tilburg Law School in The Netherlands, which will be of interest to scholars, researchers, and practitioners in European constitutional law, comparative fiscal federalism, and the Euro crisis. The book analyzes the constitutional architecture of the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) and compares the fiscal and budgetary rules of member states, taking perspectives from law, legal theory, and economics. Part 1 examines the new constitutional architecture of European Economic and Monetary Union, and Part 2 looks at country and regional cases highlighting the constitutionalization of European budgetary constraints. Part 3 examines related issues of democracy, legitimacy, and integration, such as the role of national parliaments and judicial review of the legal instruments of the Eurozone, and advocates for stronger economic policy coordination. The book was originally published in 2014. Distributed in the US by ISBS. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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