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The Resource Spreading democracy and the rule of law? : the impact of EU enlargement on the rule of law, democracy and constitutionalism in post-communist legal orders, edited by Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota, and Martin Krygier

Spreading democracy and the rule of law? : the impact of EU enlargement on the rule of law, democracy and constitutionalism in post-communist legal orders, edited by Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota, and Martin Krygier

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Spreading democracy and the rule of law? : the impact of EU enlargement on the rule of law, democracy and constitutionalism in post-communist legal orders
Title
Spreading democracy and the rule of law?
Title remainder
the impact of EU enlargement on the rule of law, democracy and constitutionalism in post-communist legal orders
Statement of responsibility
edited by Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota, and Martin Krygier
Title variation
Impact of EU enlargement on the rule of law, democracy and constitutionalism in post-communist legal orders
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Action
committed to retain for EAST
Cataloging source
CU-AL
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
KJE5089
LC item number
.S67 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1950-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Sadurski, Wojciech
  • Czarnota, Adam W
  • Krygier, Martin
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • European Union
  • Democratization
  • Regionalism (International organization)
Label
Spreading democracy and the rule of law? : the impact of EU enlargement on the rule of law, democracy and constitutionalism in post-communist legal orders, edited by Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota, and Martin Krygier
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Citizens and foreigners in the enlarged Europe
  • Enrica Rigo
  • Sub-national governence in central and eastern Europe : between transition and europeanization
  • Gwendolyn Sasse, James Hughes & Claire Gordon
  • The
  • Copenhagen criteria and the evolution of popular consent to EU norms : from legality to normative justifiability in Poland and the Czech Republic
  • Dionysia Tamvaki
  • Becoming "Europeans" : the impact of EU "constitutionalism" on post-communist pre-modernity
  • András Sajó
  • Happy returns to Europe? The Union's identity, constitution-making, and its impact on the central european accession states
  • EU enlargement and democracy in new member states
  • Jiri Priban
  • An
  • evolutionary approach to the constitutionalism of an enlarged EU : why will cognitive and cultural boundaries matter?
  • Daniela Piana
  • Constitutional tolerance and EU enlargement : the politics of dissent?
  • Miriam Aziz
  • Europeanization through judicial activism? The Hungarian Constitutional Court's legitimacy and the "return to Europe"
  • Christian Boulanger
  • Barbarians ante portas or the post-communist rule of law in post-democratic European Union
  • Adam Czarnota
  • Wojciech Sadurski
  • Transformation and integration of local cultures and discourses--Poland
  • Marek Zirk-Sadowski
  • EU enlargement and the constitutional principle of judicial independence
  • Daniel Smilov
  • Post-communist legal orders and the Roma : some implications for EU enlargement
  • István Pogány
  • A
  • Europe of variable geometry : still a winning model?
  • Lauso Zagato
  • Conclusions: The
  • The
  • adhesion of new member states to the European Union and the European constitution
  • Sergio Bartole
  • eastern EU enlargement and the Janus-headed nature of the constitutional treaty
  • Vittorio Olgiati
  • A
  • problem of their own, solutions of their own : CEE jurisdictions and the problems of lustration and retroactivity
  • David Robertson
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xii, 390 p.
Isbn
9781402038419
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
20062776 34
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)69021669
Label
Spreading democracy and the rule of law? : the impact of EU enlargement on the rule of law, democracy and constitutionalism in post-communist legal orders, edited by Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota, and Martin Krygier
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Citizens and foreigners in the enlarged Europe
  • Enrica Rigo
  • Sub-national governence in central and eastern Europe : between transition and europeanization
  • Gwendolyn Sasse, James Hughes & Claire Gordon
  • The
  • Copenhagen criteria and the evolution of popular consent to EU norms : from legality to normative justifiability in Poland and the Czech Republic
  • Dionysia Tamvaki
  • Becoming "Europeans" : the impact of EU "constitutionalism" on post-communist pre-modernity
  • András Sajó
  • Happy returns to Europe? The Union's identity, constitution-making, and its impact on the central european accession states
  • EU enlargement and democracy in new member states
  • Jiri Priban
  • An
  • evolutionary approach to the constitutionalism of an enlarged EU : why will cognitive and cultural boundaries matter?
  • Daniela Piana
  • Constitutional tolerance and EU enlargement : the politics of dissent?
  • Miriam Aziz
  • Europeanization through judicial activism? The Hungarian Constitutional Court's legitimacy and the "return to Europe"
  • Christian Boulanger
  • Barbarians ante portas or the post-communist rule of law in post-democratic European Union
  • Adam Czarnota
  • Wojciech Sadurski
  • Transformation and integration of local cultures and discourses--Poland
  • Marek Zirk-Sadowski
  • EU enlargement and the constitutional principle of judicial independence
  • Daniel Smilov
  • Post-communist legal orders and the Roma : some implications for EU enlargement
  • István Pogány
  • A
  • Europe of variable geometry : still a winning model?
  • Lauso Zagato
  • Conclusions: The
  • The
  • adhesion of new member states to the European Union and the European constitution
  • Sergio Bartole
  • eastern EU enlargement and the Janus-headed nature of the constitutional treaty
  • Vittorio Olgiati
  • A
  • problem of their own, solutions of their own : CEE jurisdictions and the problems of lustration and retroactivity
  • David Robertson
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xii, 390 p.
Isbn
9781402038419
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
20062776 34
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)69021669

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