This book explores how the architecture of European economic and monetary governance has radically changed over the last decade. It demonstrates the ways in which the micro- and macro-economic constitutions of Europe have reacted to legal measures enacted to counter past economic crisis, together, profoundly modifying the way in which European constitutionalism is understood.
Within this innovative book, leading scholars and experts in European economic law discuss the changes and the problems arising for today's Economic Constitution from an interdisciplinary perspective. Analysing both the economic and social aspects of European legal integration and proposing solutions to challenge the current state of affairs, The Metamorphosis of the European Economic Constitution will be of value to academics and practitioners alike.
'This book provides us with a fantastic amount of precise information and high-level insights and ideas on the identification and future directions of form and content of the European Economic Constitution, through diverse methods ranging from an economic analysis of law to socio-legal perspectives. Whether adhering to the metamorphosis thesis underlying the work or criticising it, the reader will no doubt enjoy and benefit from the intellectual challenges the book contains.'
– Jacques Ziller, University of Pavia, Italy
Contributors: D. Adamski, F. Allemand, I.G. Asimakopoulos, V. Bogoeski, B. de Witte, J. Gren, H.C.H. Hofmann, C. Joerges, L. Nüse, K. Pantazatou, L. Ratti, K. Tuori, V. Viță, G. Zaccaroni.
Edited by Herwig C.H. Hofmann, Professor of European and Transnational Public Law, Katerina Pantazatou, Associate Professor in Tax Law, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg and Giovanni Zaccaroni, Postdoctoral Researcher, Brexit Institute, Dublin City University, Ireland.