The Many Concepts of Social Justice in European Private Law

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H. W. Micklitz
Edward Elgar Publishing, Nov 1, 2011 - Law - 488 pages
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Contents

1 Introduction
3
PART II Corrective commutative procedural and social justice
59
2 Social justice and legal justice
61
3 Can we make sense of commutative justice? A comment on Professor Wojciech Sadurski
80
a response to Professor Christine Chwaszcza
90
5 A rejoinder
105
PART III Constitutional values and private law
113
6 Constitutional justice and the perennial task of constitutionalizing law and society through participatory justice
115
12 Meanings of social justice in Nordic countries
257
how will judges react in the EU member states?
277
PART V Social justice in labour consumption and competition
299
Labour
301
14 Labour relations and the concept of social justice in the European Union
303
Consumption
325
15 The transformation of contractual justice a historical and comparative account of the impact of consumption
327
16 Social justice in the Office of Fair Trading versus commutative justice in the Supreme Court
359

7 The constitutionalization of European private law as a path to social justice?
133
8 The Nile Perch in European private law
167
PART IV Socioeconomic developments and social justice
185
social justice solidarity and conflict in the proprietary order
187
10 Social justice in the welfare state from the perspective of the comparative history of institutions
214
paternalism and solidarity
237
17 Social peace via pragmatic civil rights the Scandinavian model of consumer law
384
Competition
403
the role of competition law
405
Index
451
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University of Bamberg

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