The Judicial Construction of Europe

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Index
abduction 33 , 34
action, and rationality 5
ADBHU (ECJ, 1985) 214-16 , 218
adjudication:
and analogical reasoning 33-4
and argumentation frameworks 4 , 118
and case sequencing 35 , 41
as dichotomous discursive field 36
and governance 6
and indeterminacy 38-9
and negative integration 115
and normative indeterminacy 118
records of 36
and third-party dispute resolution (TDR) 3
as triadic government 6-7
advertising, national regulation of 143-4
Alter, Karen, and doctrine of supremacy 22-3
amicus briefs observations 43 , 131
sex equality cases 186-8
Amsterdam, Treaty of (1999) 46 , 159 , 165
and environmental protection 200 , 203 , 204
analogical reasoning 32-3
and argumentation frameworks 34-5
and decision-making 33
and path dependency 33
and precedent 32 , 33
argumentation frameworks:
and adjudication 4 , 118
and analogical reasoning 34-5
and balancing 34
and free movement of goods 129 , 141-3
and institutional change 5
and litigation 41
and non-monotonicity 34
and precedent 32 , 34-5 , 40-1 , 98 , 118
and sex equality 161-2 , 165 , 168
and systemic stability 34-5
Arthur, Brian, and path dependency 31
Austria, membership of European Union 46
balancing 118 , 119
and argumentation frameworks 34
centrality of 243-4
and Dassonville (ECJ, 1974) 124
and De Peijper (ECJ, 1976) 126-7
and environmental protection 216
and indirect discrimination 170
process of 10-11
and proportionality tests 11
Barber (ECJ, 1990) 160-2 , 164 , 170-5 , 189 , 190
Barber Protocol 173-5
Belgium:
and doctrine of supremacy 86
and Treaty of Rome 45
Birdlife International 208
Birds Directive 230 , 231 , 232
border controls, and European Union 50
Brussels, as 'lobbyist's town' 54
burden of proof, and indirect discrimination 165-70
case law:
and legal development 31
and precedent 33
case selection 42-3 , 195
Cassis de Dijon (ECJ, 1979) 127-9 , 132 , 134 , 135 , 138 , 139 , 144-5
and environmental protection 220-1
Centre for Research on European Women (CREW) 193
Charter of Rights:
construction of 87-91
produced by Member States 91
citation practices:
European Court of Justice (ECJ) 98
and sex equality domain 188
Climate Network 208
cognitive psychology, and analogical reasoning 32
Commission v Belgium (Wallonian Waste) (ECJ, 1992) 218-21
Commission v Council (Titanium Dioxide) (ECJ, 1991) 222-3
Commission v Denmark (Danish Bottles) (ECJ, 1988) 216-18
Commission v Germany (Leybucht Dykes) (ECJ, 1991) 229-30

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