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Title The power of the European Court of Justice / edited by Susanne K. Schmidt and R. Daniel Kelemen.

Published Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2013.


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Physical description x, 144 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Journal of European public policy series.
Journal of European public policy series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction. European Court of Justice and legal integration : perpetual momentum? / R. Daniel Kelemen and Susanne K. Schmidt -- Who cares about nationality? : The path-dependent case law of the ECJ from goods to citizens / Susanne K. Schmidt -- Reference points of EU judicial politics / Damian Chalmers and Mariana Chaves -- Political foundations of judicial independence in the European Union / R. Daniel Kelemen -- Do ECJ judges all speak with the same voice? : Evidence of divergent preferences from the judgments of chambers / Michael Malecki -- Activism relocated : the self-restraint of the European Court of Justice in its national context / Gareth Davies -- Rights adjudication and constitutional pluralism in Germany and Europe / Alec Stone Sweet and Kathleen Stranz -- With Luxembourg in mind ... the remaking of national policies in the face of ECJ jurisprudence / Michael Blauberger -- Perpetual momentum : directed and unconstrained? / Fritz W. Scharpf.
Other author Schmidt, Susanne K., editor, contributor.
Kelemen, R. Daniel, editor, contributor.
Subject Court of Justice of the European Communities.
Court of Justice of the European Union.
International courts -- European Union countries.
Courts -- European Union countries.
Legislative power -- European Union countries.
Judicial power -- European Union countries.
Variant Title Power of the ECJ.
ISBN 9780415627887