Multi-level governance – a theory of European integration originating in political science

Foredrag på dansk - arrangeret af Niels Skovmand Rasmussen, SDU og Tanja Jørgensen, AU

18.04.2018 | Linda Andersen

Dato man 28 maj
Tid 12:00 13:30
Sted Juridisk Institut, Aarhus Universitet, bygning 1410, lokale 247

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Multi-level governance – a theory of European integration originating in political science
ved adjunkt, ph.d. Niels Skovmand Rasmussen, Syddansk Universitet

As the first element of a model for multilevel governance, Niels Skovmand Rasmussen, SDU, defines three analytic planes used to deconstruct the EU legal system as a set of Chinese boxes: The first box (constitutional framework) encloses a second tier of boxes (policy fields) which, in turn, encloses a third tier of boxes (substantive rights and obligations). To determine what goes into each tier of boxes, he then revisits historic and contemporary debates in EU legal scholarship on their respective analytic plane. Finally, he illustrates using C-370/12, Pringle, how the analytic planes may guide the doctrinal legal analysis of complex legal problems as they appear in the case law of the CJEU.

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