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The horizontal effect of fundamental rights in the European Union : a constitutional analysis / First Edition

The horizontal effect of fundamental rights in the European Union : a constitutional analysis / First Edition (1회 대출)

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단행본
개인저자
Frantziou, Eleni, author.
서명 / 저자사항
The horizontal effect of fundamental rights in the European Union : a constitutional analysis / Eleni Frantziou.
판사항
First Edition.
발행사항
Oxford, United Kingdom :   Oxford University Press,   2019.  
형태사항
xxiii, 231 p. ; 25 cm.
총서사항
Oxford studies in European law
ISBN
9780198837152 (hardback)
요약
This book analyses the horizontal effect of fundamental rights in the European Union, from a constitutional perspective. It advances two main arguments: First, it argues that the horizontal effect of fundamental rights (i.e. their application to disputes between private parties) cannot be usefully discussed based on the existing EU horizontality doctrine, which associates horizontality with the exercise of horizontal direct effect only. That doctrine is characterised by a series of overly technical rules as to how the latter may be produced and has a case-specific nature that lacks overall constitutional coherence. Secondly, the book argues that a substantive theory of horizontality is required in EU law and sketches its main parameters. In the fundamental rights context, horizontal effect has organisational implications for society, which go beyond specific intersubjective disputes. It is argued that its determination requires an explicit recognition of the public character of certain private platforms of will formation (e.g. the workplace) and a discussion of the role of fundamental rights therein. At the same time, a constitutionally adequate model of horizontality involves an acknowledgment of the supranational character of EU adjudication: the determination of horizontal applicability of a fundamental right within a type of private authority relationship falls upon the Court of Justice, but the precise manifestation of horizontal effect (e.g. direct, indirect or state-mediated effect) rests with national courts.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Civil rights --European Union countries. Civil rights.
주제명(지명)
Europe --European Union countries. --fast.
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Abstract
Acknowledgements
Table of Contents
Introduction
PART I - The Constitutional Foundations of Horizontality
1: The Horizontal Effect of Fundamental Rights as a Constitutional Problem
2: The Constitutional Operation of Horizontality
PART II - The Horizontal Effect of Fundamental Rights in EU Law
3: From Defrenne to the Charter: Understanding the EU Horizontality Heritage
4: Horizontal Effect after the Entry into Force of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights
5: Horizontal Effect and the Hybrid Constitutional Structure of EU Law
PART III - A Theory of Horizontality for Fundamental Rights in the EU
6: Rediscovering Supranational Constitutional Reasoning in the Interpretation of Horizontality
7: A Justification for Horizontality: Political Equality
8: The Application of a Constitutional Theory of Horizontality in EU Fundamental Rights Law: Two Clarifications and a Question
Conclusion

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