Edited by Paul James Cardwell and Marie-Pierre Granger
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.
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- Research Handbook on the Politics of EU Law
- Chapter 1: Introduction to the Research Handbook on the Politics of EU Law
- Chapter 2: Governance as the meeting place of EU law and politics
- Chapter 3: The politics of the Court of Justice of the European Union
- Chapter 4: Litigation as a means to solve conflicts between the European Parliament and the Council: one size does not fit all
- Chapter 5: The European Semester: understanding an innovative governance model
- Chapter 6: The law and politics of direct democracy in the EU
- Chapter 7: The law and politics of exit from the EU
- Chapter 8: Locating gendered representation in European Union Member States
- Chapter 9: Politicising Europe: liberating the technocratic?
- Chapter 10: Free movement of EU citizens: between law and politics
- Chapter 11: Everyone is equal, but some more than others: judicial governance of EU anti-discrimination law
- Chapter 12: Law and sexual minority rights in the EU: navigating a political minefield
- Chapter 13: Social Europe: A Midsummer Nights Dream?
- Chapter 14: The political dynamics of EU human rights law: scratching beneath the surface
- Chapter 15: The politics of European labour law
- Chapter 16: Mutual recognition of companies as an agency problem
- Chapter 17: The politics of EU law and the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
- Chapter 18: The unintended consequences of the Common Agricultural Policy for local communities
- Chapter 19: The politics of EU migration law
- Chapter 20: Critical EU international relations law: a research agenda
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