Governing with Judges: Constitutional Politics in Europe

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Constitutional Court Decisions Cited

The European Court of Justice
ECJ decisions, which are numbered from the date of the reference (not the date of decision), are published in the European Court Reports (ECR), published annually.
ECJ 1991d Dekker, case 177/88, ECR 1991, vol. I, p. 3941
ECJ 1994 Webb, case 32/93, ECR 1994, p. 3567 ECJ 1993 Marshall II, case 271/91, ECR 1993, p. 4367 ECJ 1991a Francovich, case C-6 & 9/90, ECR 1991, vol. I, p. 5357 ECJ 1991b Commission v. The Netherlands, case 353/89, ECR 1991, p. 4069 ECJ 1991c Grogan, case 159/90, ECR 1991, p. 4685
ECJ 1990a Marleasing, case C-106/89, ECR 1990, vol. I, p. 4135
ECJ 1990b Barber, case 262/88, ECR 1990, vol. I, p. 1889
ECJ 1990c Hertz, case 179/88, ECR 1991, vol. I, p. 3979
ECJ 1989 Wachauf, case 5/88, ECR 1989, p. 2609
ECJ 1987 Foto Frost, case 314/85, ECR 1987, p. 4199
ECJ 1986a Commission v. Germany, case 249/86, ECR 1989, p. 1263
ECJ 1986b Nouvelles Frontières, joined cases 209-213/84, ECR 1986, p. 1425
ECJ 1986c Marshall I, case 152/84, ECR 1986, p. 723
ECJ 1984 Von Colson, case 14/83, ECR 1984, p. 1891
ECJ 1982 Commission v. United Kingdom, case 61/81, ECR 1982, p. 2601
ECJ 1979 Cassis de Dijon, case 120/78, ECR 1979, p. 649
ECJ 1978 Simmenthal II, case 92/78, ECR 1978, p. 629
ECJ 1976a Simmenthal I, case 35/76, ECR 1976, p. 629
ECJ 1976b Defrenne II, case 43/75, ECR 1976, p. 455
ECJ 1975 Rutili, case36/75, ECR 1975, p. 1219
ECJ 1974a Van Duyn, case 41/74, ECR 1974, p. 1337
ECJ 1974b Nold, case 4/73, ECR 1974, p. 491
ECJ 1974c Dassonville, case 8/74, ECR 1974, p. 837
ECJ 1973 Commission v. Italy, case 39/72, ECR 1973, p. 103
ECJ 1970 Internationale Handelsgesellschaft, case 11/70, ECR 1970, p. 1125 ECJ 1969 Stauder, case 29/169, ECR 1969, p. 419
ECJ 1964 Costa, case 6/64, ECR 1964, p. 585
ECJ 1963 Van Gend en Loos, case 26/62, ECR 1963, p. 1
ECJ 1958 Stork, case 1/58, ECR 1959, p. 43

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Table of contents

  • Governing with Judges iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Contents xi
  • List of Figures xiii
  • 1: Norms, Dispute Resolution, and Judicialization 1
  • 2: Constitutional Adjudication and Parliamentary Democracy 31
  • 3: Legislating 61
  • 4: Protecting Rights 92
  • 5: The Politics of Judging 127
  • 6: Constructing a Supranational Constitution 153
  • 7: Theory of Constitutional Politics 194
  • Bibliography 205
  • References 208
  • Index 223
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