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Conflict of laws and laws of conflict in Europe and beyond : patterns of supranational and transnational juridification /
editor: Rainer Nickel.
imprint
Antwerp : Intersentia ; [Maastricht] : Metro, 2010.
description
xxiv, 401 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9400001231 (pbk.), 9789400001237 (pbk.)
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imprint
Antwerp : Intersentia ; [Maastricht] : Metro, 2010.
isbn
9400001231 (pbk.)
9789400001237 (pbk.)
general note
"The present volume contains the proceedings from the RECON project (www.reconproject.eu) workshop on 'Conflict of laws and laws of conflict in Europe and beyond : patterns of supranational and transnational juridification' ... convened in September 2007 at the European University Institute in Florence." --- P. v.
catalogue key
7343232
 
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This book is based on the proceedings from a conference at the European University Institute in Florence. It deals with new approaches to supra- and transnational law generating structures. These new approaches - namely Christian Joerges' theoretical concept based upon the conflict of laws methodology and additional ideas of constitutional pluralism, and of participatory transnational governance - are discussed from private, public, and international law perspectives. They strive to conceptualize - in legal categories - the efforts to re-constitute democratic governing in post-national constellations. The book finds new ways for a democratization 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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