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Empowerment and Disempowerment of the European Citizen

Editor(s): Michael Dougan, Niamh Nic Shuibhne, Eleanor Spaventa
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Published: 05-11-2012
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 330
ISBN: 9781782250098
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Modern Studies in European Law
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About Empowerment and Disempowerment of the European Citizen

This collection of essays engages with a central theme in scholarship on EU citizenship – the emancipation of certain citizens, the alienation of others – and seeks to expand its horizons to interrogate whether similar debates and trends can be identified in other fields of European integration. The focus of the book is distinctly citizen focused. It delivers the potential for the opening out of analysis of the implications of European citizenship beyond the parameters of Articles 18-25 TFEU and beyond the disciplinary confines of legal analysis alone. The book construes 'EU citizenship' in its broadest sense, and explores the extent to which the European citizen is, or indeed is not, genuinely at the heart of EU law and policy-making. Within the broader theme of empowerment and disempowerment, the contributors reflect on a range of cross-cutting themes; for example, the extent to which channels of citizen participation (can) inform EU policy-making in a 'bottom-up' sense; or whether the EU is a catalyst for the construction of new spaces and new identities.

Table Of Contents

Introduction
Michael Dougan, Niamh Nic Shuibhne and Eleanor Spaventa
Part I The Reconfiguration of Space
1 The Transnational Character of Union Citizenship
Anastasia Iliopoulou Penot
2 The Past, Present and Future of the Purely Internal Rule in EU Law
Síofra O'Leary
3 A Stage, a Spotlight and an Unwritten Script: Frontier Zones and Intersectional Citizens
Charlotte O'Brien
Part II In the Name of the Citizen?
4 The Role Of Judge-made Law and EU Supranational Government: A Bumpy Road from Secrecy to Translucence
Deirdre Curtin
5 Democratic Adjudication in Europe – How Can the European Court of Justice be Responsive to the Citizens?
Bruno de Witte
6 A Very Cosmopolitan Citizenship: But Who Pays the Price?
Michelle Everson
Part III The Citizen's Policy Agenda?
7 Europe in Times of Economic Crisis: Bringing Europe's Citizens Closer to One Another?
Fabian Amtenbrink
8 Can the EU Deliver on Citizen Expectations in the Fight against Climate Change?
Joanne Scott
9 Is the Citizen driving the EU's Criminal Law Agenda?
Ester Herlin-Karnell
10 For Better, For Worse: The Relationship between EU Citizenship and the Development of Cross-border Family Law
Helen Stalford
Part IV New Modes of Citizenship Participation
11 How Could the New Article 11 TEU Contribute to Reduce the EU's Democratic Malaise?
Luis Bouza García
12 The European Citizens' Initiative: A New Institution for Empowering Europe's Citizens?
Graham Smith
13 The Legislative Initiative: A Comparative Analysis of the Domestic Experiences in EU Countries
Matt Qvortrup

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