Judicial Dialogue

Judicial Dialogue
  • Editorial board: Martin Belov
  • ISBN Book: 978-94-6236-963-4, #1 edition
  • ISBN E-Book: 978-94-6274-364-9, #1 edition
  • Year of publication: 2019
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Judicial dialogue is one of the pressing phenomena in contemporary EU law and constitutional law. It is a device of judicial policy-making and networking and an instrument for policy coordination and negotiation between the national, international and supranational legal orders. Judicial dialogue is also tipping point of the influence of courts on multilevel constitutional politics in the context of global constitutional (dis)order.

This book provides original analysis of the different aspects of judicial dialogue. It starts with exploring the constitutional dimension of this phenomenon. The volume offers insightful analysis in relation to the spheres of public finance management, putting emphasis on the judicial dialogue related to the Economic and Monetary Union and the Eurozone crisis management. It outlines important issues of judicial dialogue in Private International Law and international dispute settlement. The book finishes with enlightening case-studies of the judicial dialogue between the Court of Justice of the EU and several national courts. The book offers novel theoretical insights and comparative research combined with case-studies.

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Prof. Dr. Martin Belov teaches constitutional law, comparative constitutional law and EU constitutional law at the University of Sofia ‘St.Kliment Ohridski’, Faculty of Law. He is also vice dean of this faculty. Prof. Belov has been visiting professor in many universities in Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Greece, Poland, and the Czech Republic. He has been visiting researcher at Max-Planck Institute for European Legal History (Frankfurt/Main, Germany) and at the Institute for Federalism (Fribourg, Switzerland).

Product specifications

Editorial board Martin Belov
ISBN Book 978-94-6236-963-4,#1 edition
ISBN E-Book 978-94-6274-364-9,#1 edition
Publication date 16 september 2019
Number of pages 258 Pages
Brand Eleven International Publishing
Subject(s) Constitutional Law and Human Rights
Language English

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