1. There is an increasing debate on the way in which the EU has developed and what it must look like in the future. This debate includes a discussion on one of the core aspects of European integration: at which level should the rules be set and who decides where the authority to do so should lie? Private law has an important role to play in this discussion. Many private law rules touch on the core of the internal market as they serve to foster tr...
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  2. One of the main objectives of this research is to examine this influence and more specifically the influence of EU law on cooperation between public authorities.
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  3. This book assesses the role of EU agencies and networks of regulators from a legal perspective, thus linking the role of law to the debates on network governance. Two case studies form the core of the research: EU energy and electronic communications regulation.
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  4. This book answers two questions: what is the relationship between the European Council and the other EU institutions and what are the various roles of the European Council in the EU decision-making process?
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  5. This book seeks to find new ways for a democratisation of European and transnational governance outside traditional models, and more convincing ways of a European and transnational ‘juridification’ that reconciles democracy, diversity, and social rights.
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  6. For a long time, civil justice was considered to be a purely national, conservative, and slow-changing topic. The texts collected in this book supply proof that this is not the case anymore. These papers discuss civil justice from a European angle, concentrating on the age-old dichotomy between quality and efficiency.
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