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New Economic Constitutionalism in Europe

By: George Gerapetritis
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Published: 31-10-2019
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 384
ISBN: 9781509909629
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Studies of the Oxford Institute of European and Comparative Law
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : £85.00
 

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About New Economic Constitutionalism in Europe

New Economic Constitutionalism in Europe focuses on the institutional mutation of constitutionalism following the major economic crisis in the Eurozone and globally. The main axis is that a new economic constitutionalism has arisen which trespasses on the conventional conceptual foundations and needs to be addressed with novel institutional vehicles. The author proposes an original and searching analysis of the significant constitutional evolutions that have taken place in member states in response to the global financial crisis. The book combines a sophisticated theoretical model of a new form of economic constitutionalism with detailed practical argumentation. This important new work provides a valuable addition to the understanding of this hugely important topic.

Table Of Contents

1. New Economic Constitutionalism: The Concept
I. Constitutionalism
II. Economic Constitutionalism
III. New Economic Constitutionalism
2. Impact of New Economic Constitutionalism on Constitution-Making
I. European Economic Governance
II. Economic Governance in EU Member States
III. General Discipline and Stability Clauses
IV. Balanced Budget Rule
V. Government Debt Benchmarking and State Borrowing
VI. Financial Assistance to EU Member States
3. Impact of New Economic Constitutionalism on Constitutional Interpretation
I. The Financial Crisis Case Law
II. Human Rights Case Law Revisited: The Case of Property
4. Institutional Impact of New Economic Constitutionalism upon Governance
I. Parliamentary Default and Executive Empowerment
II. Judicial Responsiveness (Jureconomy)
III. EU Enhanced Competences
5. Factual Impact of New Economic Constitutionalism upon Politics
I. Power Politics
II. Divisive Politics
III. Cross-Border Politics
IV. De-Legitimised Politics
6. An EU Recalibration Proposal
I. The Principle: Resilient Institutional Constitutionalism
II. Multi-Level Representative Governance
III. Holistic Deliberativism
IV. Global Solidarity and Intergenerational Sustainability

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