The ECB, the courts and the issue of democratic legitimacy after Weiss
Written by Nik de Boer & Jens Van ’t [...]
What to Do with the ECB’s Secondary Mandate
Written by Jens van ‘t Klooster & Nik de Boer [...]
Controlling the executive in external migration policy?
Written by Davide Gnes and Milka Sormunen Controlling the executive [...]
Mostly Harmless: the Referring Court in the Preliminary Reference Procedure
Written by A Wallerman Ghavanini. 47 European Law Review 2022, pp 310–330 [...]
Tackling the Climate Crisis with Counter-majoritarian Instruments: Judges between Political Paralysis, Science, and International Law
Written by Christina Eckes. European Papers , Vol. 6, [...]
The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement – Exceptional Circumstances or a new Paradigm for EU External Relations?
The EU-UK Trade and Corporation Agreement could be a [...]
Conceptual Framework for the Project Separation of Powers for 21st Century Europe
The SepaRope project aims to provide an understanding of how [...]