Law

Ines Gillich

Die integrierte Staatlichkeit der Länder

Die deutschen Länder im Bundesstaat des Grundgesetzes und in der Europäischen Union

[The Integrated Statehood of the Federal States. The German Federal States (Länder) in the Federal State of the Basic Law and in the European Union.]

2022. XXV, 487 pages.

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The principle of the federal state is one of the unchangeable constants of the German Basic Law. This makes it necessary to ascertain the content of the so-called »statehood« of the federal states (the »Länder«) with respect to the central state. Also, the European integration, gearing towards continuous change, repeatedly calls for re-measurements and re-evaluations of the guarantee of the federal principle. Ines Gillich develops a conceptual framework to break down the elements of statehood of the »Länder« and examines whether this concept is preserved or relativized in the process of European integration.
The principle of the federal state is one of the unchangeable constants of the German Basic Law. This makes it necessary to ascertain the content of the so-called »statehood« of the federal states (the »Länder«) with respect to the central state. Also, the European integration, gearing towards continuous change, repeatedly calls for re-measurements and re-evaluations of the guarantee of the federal principle. Ines Gillich develops a conceptual framework to break down the elements of statehood of the »Länder« and examines whether this concept is preserved or relativized in the process of European integration.
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Ines Gillich Geboren 1982; Studium der Rechtswissenschaft in Mainz; 2014 Promotion; 2015 LL.M. (Los Angeles); 2021 Habilitation (Köln); SoSe 2020 Vertretung des Lehrstuhls für Öffentliches Recht, insbesondere Völker- und Europarecht an der Universität Trier; WiSe 2021/22 und SoSe 2022 Vertretung des Lehrstuhls für Öffentliches Recht, Europäisches und Internationales Recht an der Universität Rostock.

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