Research Handbook on the Politics of EU Law
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Offering a wealth of thought-provoking insights, this topical Research Handbook analyses the interplay between the law and politics of the EU and examines the role of law and legal actors in European integration.
Expert contributors from international and interdisciplinary backgrounds set the politics of EU law in both a historical and contemporary context, exploring the relations between different EU institutions across a variety of substantive policy areas. Identifying the main sites of interaction between law and politics, chapters highlight key theoretical insights providing an in-depth understanding of the field. With up-to-date coverage of the latest developments, this Research Handbook analyses the impact of Brexit, economic and financial crises, migration crises and important trends for law and governance.
Discerning and forward-thinking, this Research Handbook will be key reading for students and scholars of European law, European politics, and those with an interest in exploring the interface between the two. Its accessible approach will also engage practitioners in EU law and politics, including lawyers and national government and EU institution officials.
Contributors include: A.S. Aldrich, K. Alexandris Polomarkakis, S. Bekker, M. Blauberger, J. Borg-Barthet, P.J. Cardwell, W.T. Daniel, R. Dickson, M. Everson, E. Fahey, A. Frese, M. Gaglia Bareli, M. Geelhoed, M.-P. Granger, A. Heindlmaier, E. Herlin-Karnell, F. Mendez, M. Mendez, E. Morgera, L. Parks, N. Pérez-Solórzano Borragán, M. Sánchez Barrueco, S. Saurugger, S. Smismans, F. Terpan, A. Tryfonidou, E. Tsioumani, R. Zahn
?The Research Handbook on the Politics of EU Law makes a significant contribution to European Integration literature. Covering a range of topics from EU institutional order, to EU system of governance, as well as substantive areas of EU policy where law and politics meet, complement and, sometimes, conflict. This is a multi-dimensional book and a useful reference guide for both legal academics, political scientists, and scholars from other disciplines who have a strong interest in the EU?s political integration through law.?