Margin of Appreciation der EU-Mitgliedstaaten 978-3-16-159086-3 - Mohr Siebeck
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Christopher Bilz

Margin of Appreciation der EU-Mitgliedstaaten

Eine Untersuchung im Anwendungsbereich der Grundrechtecharta am Beispiel des Datenschutzgrundrechts, der Religionsfreiheit, der unternehmerischen Freiheit und des Rechts auf einen wirksamen Rechtsbehelf

[The Margin of Appreciation of the Member States of the European Union. A Study in the Scope of Application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights Based on the Right to the Protection of Personal Data, Freedom of Religion, Freedom to Conduct a Business, and]

2020. XXIV, 426 pages.

Jus Internationale et Europaeum 164

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Christopher Bilz evaluates the applicability of the European Court of Human Rights' margin of appreciation on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. By analysing European Court of Justice case law, the author is able to determine factors for establishing how much leeway member states are granted in questions of human rights. The extent to which other EU law determines this degree of discretion is of central importance to the study.
Christopher Bilz evaluates the applicability of the European Court of Human Rights' margin of appreciation on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. By analysing European Court of Justice case law, the author is able to determine factors for establishing how much leeway member states are granted in questions of human rights. The extent to which other EU law determines this degree of discretion is of central importance to the study.
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Christopher Bilz Geboren 1990; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften an der Universität Greifswald; Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Öffentliches Recht, Europa- und Völkerrecht an der Universität Greifswald; 2019 Promotion; seit 2018 Rechtsreferendar im Bezirk des Oberlandesgerichts Rostock.
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