Reading suggestion #22: Eight recent scholarly writings available online

Links to the full text of a few interesting scholarly writings in EU Constitutional Law published recently on SSRN:

  • Maartje De Visser (Maastricht University), National Constitutional Courts, the Court of Justice and Protection of Fundamental Rights in a Post-Charter Landscape, in Human Rights Law Review, July 2013 (link)
  • Colm O’Cinneide (University College London), Austerity and the Faded Dream of a Social Europe, forthcoming in A. Nolan (ed.), Economica and Social Rights after the Global Financial Crisis, Cambridge University Press, 2014 (link)
  • Theodora Kostakopoulou (University of Warwick), Co-Creating European Union Citizenship: Institutional Process and Crescive Norms, forthcoming in Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, Vol. 15, 2014 (link)
  • Pasquale Annicchino (European University Institute), Religion and EU Institutions, in Ecclesiastical Law Journal, Vol. 15, 2013 (link)
  • Nikos Lavranos (European University Institute), The ECJ’s Judgments in Melloni and Åkerberg Fransson: Une Ménage à Trois Difficultè, in European Law Reporter, No. 4, 2013 (link)
  • Catherine Barnard (University of Cambridge), The Charter, the Court – and the Crisis, Research Paper, August 2013 (link)
  • Paul Gragl (Queen Mary University), (Judicial) Love is not a One-Way Street: The EU Preliminary Reference Procedure as a Model for ECtHR Advisory Opinions Under Draft Protocol No. 16, in European Law Review, April 2013 (link)
  • Alberto Alemanno (HEC Paris), Unpacking the Principle of Openness in EU Law: Transparency, Participation and Democracy, forthcoming in European Law Review, 2014 (link)
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