Subnational authorities in EU law

Through a survey of various areas of EU law, including primary and secondary legislation, case law as well as various soft law instruments, Finck introduces two narratives. These are the 'outsider narrative' and the 'insider narrative' that frame these constitutional imaginations. According to the o... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Finck, Michèle
Format: Buch
Genre: Hochschulschrift
Sprache: English
Veröffentlicht: Oxford, United Kingdom Oxford University Press 2017
Beschreibung: xx, 217 Seiten
Ausgabe: First edition
Serien: Oxford studies in European law
Schlagworte (SWD): Europäische Union
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992 |a SUBNATIONAL AUTHORITIES IN EU LAW MICHELE FINCK FEUOW IN LAW AT THE LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND LECTURER AT KEHLE COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD OXPORD UNIVERSITY PRESS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CASES XV TABLE OF LEGISLATION XIX LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS XXI 1. THE STATUS OF SUBNATIONAL AUTHORITIES IN EU LAW 1 INTRODUCTION 1 A. THE OUTSIDER NARRATIVE AND THE INSIDER NARRATIVE 4 1. THE OUTSIDER NARRATIVE 4 A. THE MONOLITHIC NATURE OF STATEHOOD 6 B. THE BI-CENTRIC INTERACTION BETWEEN THE EU AND THE MEMBER STATES 10 C. MEMBER STATES HAVE A SPECIAL STATUS IN EU LAW BY VIRTUE OF BEING MASTERS OF THE TREATIES 13 2. THE INSIDER NARRATIVE: A POLYCENTRIC CONCEPTION OF THE EUROPEAN LEGAL ORDER 15 A. POLYCENTRICITY 17 B. POROSITY 21 C. MEMBER STATES AND SNAS CAN BE ASSIMILATED 25 B. THE EVOLVING STRUCTURE OF THE EUROPEAN LEGAL ORDER 27 1. THE NATURE OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION 28 2. THE NATURE OF CONTEMPORARY GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES 32 2. SNAS IN THE CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN UNION 37 INTRODUCTION 37 A. A WIDE DIVERSITY OF SUBNATIONAL AUTHORITIES 38 B. SNAS' NORM-GENERATING CAPACITY 40 C. SUBNATIONAL AUTHORITIES AND EUROPEAN INTEGRATION 43 D. THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS 48 E. ASSOCIATIONS OF REGIONS AND LOCALITIES 50 E SNAS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 53 G. THE CONSTANT EVOLUTION OF SUBNATIONAL AUTONOMIES 56 3. SUBNATIONAL AUTHORITIES AS OUTSIDERS OF EU LAW 61 INTRODUCTION 61 A. MANIFESTATIONS OF THE OUTSIDER NARRATIVE IN EU LAW 62 1. THE MEMBER STATES AS MASTERS OF THE TREATIES 62 XII TABLE OF CONTENTS 2. MEMBER STATES HAVE SPECIAL RIGHTS BY VIRTUE OF BEING MASTERS OF THE TREATIES 67 A. STANDING UNDER ARTICLE 263 TFEU 67 B. ONLY MEMBER STATES CAN ENGAGE IN CLOSER COOPERATION 72 C. MEMBER STATES HAVE SPECIAL OBLIGATIONS BY VIRTUE OF BEING MASTERS OF THE TREATIES 74 D. DIRECT RESPONSIBILITY 74 E. INDIRECT RESPONSIBILITY 82 3. MEMBER STATES ARE MONOLITHIC ENTITIES 84 A. THE DOCTRINE OF PURELY INTERNAL SITUATIONS 85 B. THE BI-CENTRIC NATURE OF THE ORDINARY LEGISLATIVE PROCEDURE 88 
992 |a C. THE COURT ADHERES TO THE MONOLITHIC NATURE OF STATEHOOD UNDER EU LAW 91 D. THE OUTSIDER NARRATIVE IS CHARACTERIZED BY THE PARADIGMS OF DIVISION AND SEPARATE SPHERES OF PUBLIC AUTHORITY 92 4. EXPLICIT REFERENCES TO SNAS IN THE EU TREATIES 95 A. ARTICLE 4(2) TEU 96 B. ARTICLE 5(3) TEU 100 4. THE INSIDER NARRATIVE 109 INTRODUCTION 109 A. SNAS AS CONTRIBUTORS TO EU LAW'S SUBSTANTIVE DEVELOPMENT 110 1. THE OMEGA CASE 110 A. OMEGA AND THE PROTECTION OF NATIONAL IDENTITIES UNDER EU LAW 114 B. THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN DIGNITY AS A GENERAL PRINCIPLE OF EU LAW 116 C. THE PUBLIC POLICY EXEMPTION 118 D. THE JUSTIFICATION OF THE LOCAL MEASURE 120 B. POLYCENTRICITY 122 1. HORVATH 122 2. DIGIBET 125 3. THE COVENANT OF MAYORS 130 4. THE PACT OF AMSTERDAM AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS' CHARTER ON MULTI-LEVEL GOVERNANCE 132 5. THE EUROPEAN CITIZENS'INITIATIVE 134 C. POROSITY 136 1. CASAGRANDE 136 2. REGT ONE SARDEGNA 139 3. CROSS-BORDER COOPERATION IN THE POLYCENTRIC UNION 141 4. THE REGIONS OF KNOWLEDGE INITIATIVE 142 5. THE EUROPEAN GROUPING OF TERRITORIAL COOPERATION 144 TABLE OF CONTENTS XIII D. SUBNATIONAL AUTHORITIES AS ALLIES IN THE ACHIEVEMENT OF SUPRANATIONAL OBJECTIVES 146 1. CARBONATI APUANI 147 2. JOSEMANS 150 3. WALLOON WASTE 153 4. SNAS' DUTY OF LOYALTY TOWARDS THE EU 155 5. TRIPARTITE CONTRACTS 160 E. THE ASSIMILATION OF MEMBER STATES AND SNAS 162 1. FLEMISH CARE INSURANCE 163 2. ARAGONESA 167 3. ANTON LAS 169 4. THE SMART SPECIALIZATION AGENDA 171 F. SUBNATIONAL AUTHORITIES AS INTERNAL MARKET PARTICIPANTS 172 1. PUBLIC PROCUREMENT LAW 173 A. RIIFFERT 174 B. CODITEL BRABANT 177 2. STATE AID LAW 179 A. AZORES AND THE 'SUFFICIENTLY AUTONOMOUS' TEST 183 B. AZORES AND SNAS AS INSIDERS 188 5. CONCLUSION 191 BIBLIOGRAPHY 197 INDEX 211 

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