The Judicial Construction of Europe

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List of Figures
1.1 The Indeterminate Norm and Judicial Discretion 38
2.1 Annual Levels of Intra-EC Trade, Per Capita 57
2.2 Annual Levels of Preliminary References and Rulings 58
2.3 Annual Number of Council Directives and Regulations Adopted 59
2.4 Annual Number of EC Legislative Acts in Force 59
2.5 Annual Number of EC Lobby Groups Founded 60
2.6 Cumulative Number of Lobby Groups in the EC, Per Year 61
2.7 Annual Number of Preliminary References and Joined Cases 71
2.8 Annual Levels of Infringement Proceedings and Rulings 75
2.9 Proportion of ECJ Rulings, Per Year, Containing Citations to Prior Judgments 99
2.10 Average Number of Citations Per ECJ Ruling, Per Year 99
3.1 Annual Number of Preliminary References—Free Movement of Goods 130
4.1 Annual Number of Preliminary References and Rulings—Social Provisions 185
4.2 Average Yearly Number of Citations Per Preliminary Ruling—Social Provisions 189
5.1 Annual Number of EC Legislative Acts Adopted—Environment 205
5.2 Annual Number of Lobby Groups—Environment 207
5.3 Annual Number of Preliminary References and Rulings—Environment 210
5.4 Annual Number of Infringement Proceedings and Rulings—Environment 211

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Table of contents

  • The Judicial Construction of Europe iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Figures xii
  • List of Tables xiii
  • 1: The European Court and Integration 1
  • 2: Constructing a Supranational Constitution 45
  • 3: The Free Movement of Goods 109
  • 4: Sex Equality 147
  • 5: Environmental Protection 199
  • 6: Conclusion 235
  • References 245
  • Index of Cases 265
  • Index 267
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