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Ökonomische Analyse des Europarechts

Beiträge zum XII. Travemünder Symposium zur ökonomischen Analyse des Rechts (24.-26. März 2010)
Hrsg. v. Peter Behrens, Thomas Eger u. Hans-Bernd Schäfer

[An Economic Analysis of European Law. Contributions to the 12th Travemünde Symposium on the Economic Analysis of Law (March 24–26, 2010).]

2012. IX, 393 pages.
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Published in German.
The authors of the articles in this volume deal with fundamental questions, such as for example the sphere of competencies and the restrictions placed on the European Court of Justice as well as the controversial discussions on some of its judgments. They also analyze current questions, for example the monitoring of state aid by the European Commission and ways of dealing with the insolvency of member states.
Despite the numerous publications concerning the basic economic principles of the European integration process, studies on individual institutional and material questions are still rare. Against this backdrop, the 12th »Travemünde Symposium« was dedicated to the analysis of some key questions of European integration. The convention thus aimed at giving new impetus to the development of this field of research. On the one hand, a number of contributions deal with fundamental questions, such as the sphere of competencies assigned to the European Court of Justice and the controversial discussions on some of its judgments. On the other hand, current questions concerning the financial crisis and its consequences for European integration are a main focus of this volume. A law and economics approach on how to treat insolvency of member states and the monitoring of state aid by the European Commission are exemplary subjects in this regard.
Survey of contents
Christian Hillgruber: Spielräume und Grenzen des EuGH – Carl Otto Lenz: Europarechtliche Fragen am Beispiel des Lissabon-Urteils des BverfG – Stefan Voigt: Spielräume des EuGH. Eine ökonomische Analyse – Hans-Bernd Schäfer: Kann Staatshaftung für legislatives Unrecht Parlamente anreizen, höherrangiges Recht besser zu beachten? – Patrick Leyens: Corporate Governance und Europarecht – Dorothea Ringe: Das Studiengebührendiskriminierungsverbot innerhalb der EU – analysiert aus rechtsökonomischer Perspektive – Hanns Ullrich: Die Entwicklung eines Systems des gewerblichen Rechtsschutzes in der Europäischen Union: Die Rolle des Gerichtshofes – Daniel Zimmer/Martin Blaschczok: Beihilfenkontrolle in der Finanzkrise – Horst Eidenmüller/Andreas Engert/Lars Hornuf: Europäischer Rechtswettbewerb bei der Wahl des Emissionsstandorts für Schuldtitel. Eine empirische Analyse – Leszek Balcerowicz: Sovereign Bankruptcy in the EU in the Comparative Perspective – Jacques Pelkmans: Mutual Recognition: Rationale, Logic and Application in the EU Internal Goods Market
Authors/Editors

Peter Behrens ist Professor emeritus der Fakultät für Rechtswissenschaft der Universität Hamburg.

Thomas Eger is a professor of Law and Economics at the University of Hamburg, Faculty of Law, Vice-Dean for Research and International Affairs and director of the Institute of Law and Economics.

Hans-Bernd Schäfer Professor für Volkswirtschaftslehre an der Universität Hamburg (1976–2008), seit 2009 Affiliate Professor für Law and Economics an der Bucerius Law School in Hamburg.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Europolis — http://www.europolis-online.org/rezension/oekonomische-analyse-des-europarechts/ (04/2013) (Markus C. Kerber / Stefan Städter)
In: ORDO — 64 (2013), S. 555–557 (Martina Eckardt)