Thursday, February 1, 2018

Mendes & Venzke: Allocating Authority: Who Should Do What in European and International Law?

Joana Mendes (Univ. of Luxembourg - Law) & Ingo Venzke (Univ. of Amsterdam - Law) have published Allocating Authority: Who Should Do What in European and International Law? (Hart Publishing 2018). Contents include:
  • Joana Mendes & Ingo Venzke, Introducing the Idea of Relative Authority
  • Susan Rose-Ackerman, Democratic Legitimacy and Executive Rule-making: Positive Political Theory in Comparative Public Law
  • Eoin Carolan & Deirdre Curtin, In Search of a New Model of Checks and Balances for the EU: Beyond Separation of Powers
  • Mikael Rask Madsen, Bolstering Authority by Enhancing Communication: How Checks and Balances and Feedback Loops can Strengthen the Authority of the European Court of Human Rights
  • Jochen von Bernstorff, Authority Monism in International Organisations: A Historical Sketch
  • Andreas von Staden, No Institution is an Island: Checks and Balances in Global Governance
  • Bruno De Witte, The Role of the Court of Justice in Shaping the Institutional Balance in the EU
  • Joseph Corkin, Refining Relative Authority: The Judicial Branch in the New Separation of Powers
  • Dominique Ritleng, Judicial Review of EU Administrative Discretion: How Far Does the Separation of Powers Matter?
  • Chantal Mak, First or Second Best? Judicial Law-making in European Private Law
  • Maurizia De Bellis, Relative Authority in Global and EU Financial Regulation: Linking the Legitimacy Debates
  • Diane A Desierto, Relative Authority and Institutional Decision-making in World Trade Law and International Investment Law