Eurolegalism

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Harvard University Press, Apr 1, 2011 - Political Science - 378 pages
Despite western Europe’s traditional disdain for the United States’ “adversarial legalism,” the European Union is shifting toward a similar approach to the law, according to Daniel Kelemen. Coining the term “eurolegalism” to describe the hybrid, he shows how the political and organizational realities of the EU make this shift inevitable.
 

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Contents

1 The Juris Touch
1
2 The Political Economy of Eurolegalism
21
3 Europes Shifting Legal Landscape
38
4 Securities Regulation
93
5 Competition Policy
143
6 Disability Rights
195
7 Conclusion
239
Notes
255
References
285
Acknowledgments
347
Index
349
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Kelemen R. Daniel :

R. Daniel Kelemen is the Jean Monnet Chair and Director of the Center for European Studies and Associate Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University.

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