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The Resource European legal methodology, edited by Karl Riesenhuber

European legal methodology, edited by Karl Riesenhuber

Label
European legal methodology
Title
European legal methodology
Statement of responsibility
edited by Karl Riesenhuber
Contributor
Editor
Sponsoring body
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
EU law is an autonomous legal system. It requires its own methodology, independent of the national traditions of the Member States. The contributions to this volume provide elements of a genuinely European legal method. They discuss the foundations of European legal methodology in Roman law and in the development of national legal methods in the 19th century as well as the economic and comparative background. Core issues of legal methods such as the sources of law, the interpretation of EU primary law and secondary legislation, the concretisation of general clauses, and judicial development of the law are also analysed. Furthermore, the temporal effects of EU directives on the one hand and of judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union raise specific issues of EU law. Contributions are also devoted to issues of a multi-level legal system. Beyond general aspects, directives, in particular, raise special questions: what is their impact on the interpretation of national law; and what are the methodological consequences of a transposition of directives beyond their original scope ('gold-plating')? Further contributions inquire into methodological issues in contract law, employment law, company law, capital market law and competition law. They illustrate the general aspects of European legal methods with a view to specific applications and also reveal specific issues of methods which occur in these areas. Finally, legal methods from national perspectives of different Member States, namely France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom, are examined. The authors reveal national traditions of legal methods and national preconceptions and illustrate the application of EU legal methods in different national contexts
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Member of
Cataloging source
YDXCP
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Europäische Methodenlehre
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Riesenhuber, Karl
  • Fritz Thyssen-Stiftung
Series statement
Ius communitatis series
Series volume
volume 7
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  • Law
  • Law
  • Law
  • Law
  • Law
  • Law
  • Law
  • Law
  • Law
  • Europe
  • Europe
Label
European legal methodology, edited by Karl Riesenhuber
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "This book is based on its German counterpart Europäische Methodenlehre, first published in 2006 (now in its third edition, 2015). All chapters have been revised and updated for the English edition and represent the state of the law as at 31 January 2017"--Editor's preface
  • "This book has been made possible with the support of the Fritz Thyssen Foundation, Cologne"--Series title page
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Series Preface / Editor's Preface / List of Abbreviations / List of Authors / 1. European Legal Methodology: Introduction and Overview ; Karl Riesenhuber / Part 1: Foundations / 2. Legal Methods in Ancient Rome ; Jan Dirk Harke / 3. Judging Statues and the 19th Century : Judicial Compliance with Statutes, Interpretation and Analogy; Christian Baldus and Lena Kunz / 4. Comparative Law ; Andreas Schwartze / 5. Law-Making and Adjudication for the Internal Market: The Role of Economic Reasoning ; Jens-Uwe Franck / Part 2: General Section / Chapter 1. Sources of Law / 6. The Sources of European Private Law ; Johannes Köndgen / Chapter 2: EU Primary Law / 7. Interpretation and Development of EU Primary Law Rudolf Streinz / 8. Interpretation in Conformity with Primary Law ; Stefan Leible and Ronny Domröse / Chapter 3: EU Secondary Law / 9. System (Systemdenken) and System Building ; Stefan Grundmann / 10. Interpretation of EU Secondary Law ; Karl Risenhuber / 11. Judicial Development of the Law ' Jörg Neuner / Chapter 4: Effects on the National Law of the Member States / 13. Interpretaion in Comformity with Directives ; Wulf-Henning Roth and Christian Jopen / 14. Gold-Plating: The Implementation of Directives Through National Provisions with a Wider Scope of Application ; Mathias Habersack and Christian Mayer / Part 3: Special Section / Chapter 1. Methodological Issues in Selected Branches / 16. European Contract Law ; Martin Schmidt-Kessel and Shane McNamee ; 17. European Labour Law ; Robert Rebhahn / 18. European Company Law ; Kaspar Krolop / 19. European Market Law ; Susanne Kalss / 20. European Competition Law ; Thomas Ackermann / Chapter 2: Methodological Issues in Case Law / 21. The Case Law of the CJEU ; Rüdiger Stotz / 22. Temporal Effects of the CJEU Judgments ; Frank Rosenkranz / Chapter 3: National Perspectives / 23. Germany ; Johanna Schmidt-Räntsch / 24. France ; Ulrike Babusiaux / 25. United Kingdom ; Michael Schillig / 26. Italy - Remo Caponi and Andreas Piekenbrock ; 27. Spain ; Klaus Jochen and Aliez Dohrmann and Sixto Sánchez Lorenzo / 28. Poland ; Ulrich Ernst / Index
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxix, 749 pages
Isbn
9781780682594
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)921183171
Label
European legal methodology, edited by Karl Riesenhuber
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "This book is based on its German counterpart Europäische Methodenlehre, first published in 2006 (now in its third edition, 2015). All chapters have been revised and updated for the English edition and represent the state of the law as at 31 January 2017"--Editor's preface
  • "This book has been made possible with the support of the Fritz Thyssen Foundation, Cologne"--Series title page
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Series Preface / Editor's Preface / List of Abbreviations / List of Authors / 1. European Legal Methodology: Introduction and Overview ; Karl Riesenhuber / Part 1: Foundations / 2. Legal Methods in Ancient Rome ; Jan Dirk Harke / 3. Judging Statues and the 19th Century : Judicial Compliance with Statutes, Interpretation and Analogy; Christian Baldus and Lena Kunz / 4. Comparative Law ; Andreas Schwartze / 5. Law-Making and Adjudication for the Internal Market: The Role of Economic Reasoning ; Jens-Uwe Franck / Part 2: General Section / Chapter 1. Sources of Law / 6. The Sources of European Private Law ; Johannes Köndgen / Chapter 2: EU Primary Law / 7. Interpretation and Development of EU Primary Law Rudolf Streinz / 8. Interpretation in Conformity with Primary Law ; Stefan Leible and Ronny Domröse / Chapter 3: EU Secondary Law / 9. System (Systemdenken) and System Building ; Stefan Grundmann / 10. Interpretation of EU Secondary Law ; Karl Risenhuber / 11. Judicial Development of the Law ' Jörg Neuner / Chapter 4: Effects on the National Law of the Member States / 13. Interpretaion in Comformity with Directives ; Wulf-Henning Roth and Christian Jopen / 14. Gold-Plating: The Implementation of Directives Through National Provisions with a Wider Scope of Application ; Mathias Habersack and Christian Mayer / Part 3: Special Section / Chapter 1. Methodological Issues in Selected Branches / 16. European Contract Law ; Martin Schmidt-Kessel and Shane McNamee ; 17. European Labour Law ; Robert Rebhahn / 18. European Company Law ; Kaspar Krolop / 19. European Market Law ; Susanne Kalss / 20. European Competition Law ; Thomas Ackermann / Chapter 2: Methodological Issues in Case Law / 21. The Case Law of the CJEU ; Rüdiger Stotz / 22. Temporal Effects of the CJEU Judgments ; Frank Rosenkranz / Chapter 3: National Perspectives / 23. Germany ; Johanna Schmidt-Räntsch / 24. France ; Ulrike Babusiaux / 25. United Kingdom ; Michael Schillig / 26. Italy - Remo Caponi and Andreas Piekenbrock ; 27. Spain ; Klaus Jochen and Aliez Dohrmann and Sixto Sánchez Lorenzo / 28. Poland ; Ulrich Ernst / Index
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxix, 749 pages
Isbn
9781780682594
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)921183171

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