Good Governance in Europe's Integrated Market by Christian JoergesGood Governance in Europe's Integrated Market by Christian Joerges

Good Governance in Europe's Integrated Market

EditorChristian Joerges, Renaud Dehousse

Hardcover | March 1, 2002

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Classical views of European integration have been shaken by the evolution of the past decade. It has become clear that the traditional division of tasks between the European Union and its Member States, and between the various European institutions no longer provides a valid description ofEuropean policy-making. As the EU has become a major actor in the field of risk regulation, new institutional and other actors such as scientific experts and transnational bureaucratic networks increasingly play a major role. This book considers the underlying forces that have brought about suchchange and critically analyzes the responses of the European institutions. Various contributions explore the constitutional and the administrative law dimensions of the developing European market governance, and they consider the changes which have occurred from the perspective of both legal andsocial theory.
Renaud Dehousse is Professor of EU Law at the Institut d'Etudes politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), he is Director of Sciences Po's European Centre and Research Director at Notre Europe, a Paris-based think tank established and directed by Jacques Delors. Christian Joerges served as a part-time Professor at the European University Inst...
Title:Good Governance in Europe's Integrated MarketFormat:HardcoverDimensions:384 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1 inPublished:March 1, 2002Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

I. Editorial1. Christian Joerges: The Law's Problems with the Governance of the European MarketII. European Constitutional Law2. Koen Lenaerts and Amaryllis Verhoeven: Institutional Balance as a Guarantee for Democracy in EU Governance3. Stijn Smismans: Institutional Balance as Interest Representation. Some Reflections on Lenaerts and Verhoeven4. Peter Lindseth: Delegation is Dead - Long Live Delegation: Managing the Democratic Disconnect in the European Market PolityIII. The Law of European Governance5. Stefan Kadelbach: European Harmonisation of Administrative Law and/or The Law of a Europeanised Administration6. Renaud Dehousse: Misfits: EU Law and the Evolution of European Governance7. Loic Azoulay: Judges and EU Administrative Governance8. Michelle Everson: The Socially Embedded Market Polity and Administrative Proceduralism9. Joanne Scott and Ellen Vos: Administering Europe in an Age of Uncertainty: The Precautionary Principle in Community LawIV. Good Governance and Democratic Theory10. Oliver Gerstenberg and Charles F. Sabel: Directly-Deliberative Polyarchy: An Institutional Ideal for Europe?

Editorial Reviews

`Written by an impressive range of international lawyers ... innovative networking style ... will interest practitioners and scholars in European Law and a possible European Union constitution.'KnowEurope