Croatian Yearbook of European Law & Policy 2015

Tom jedenasty rocznika Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy (CYELP vol. 11, 2015, ISSN 1845-5662) jest już dostępny w naszym zasobie. Bez zbędnych ceregieli przytaczam zatem spis treści najnowszego tomu, materiały są dostępne online w wersji pełnotekstowej na stronie internetowej rocznika (tutaj), poszczególne artykuły są także indeksowane m. in. na platformie European Sources Online (ESO). Wcześniejsze wpisy dotyczące CYELP tutaj.

Croatian Yearbook of European Law & Policy 2015

Editorial Note: Linking EU Citizenship to Democracy / Koen Lenaerts -- Articles -- The Importance of Being Earnest: Spelling of Names, EU Citizenship and Fundamental Rights / Adam Lazowski, Egle Dagilyte, Panos Stasinopoulos -- Carbon Leakage in the EU in the Light of the Paris Climate Agreement / Melita Carevic -- A Critique of EU Refugee Crisis Management: On Law, Policy and Decentralisation / Nika Bacic Selanec -- Better Safe Than Sorry? The Impact of the EU-US Negotiations under TTIP on the Regulation of Cosmetic Products / Elisabet Ruiz Cairo -- Tackling Empty Voting in the EU: The Shareholders’ Rights Directive and the Revised Transparency Directive / Edita Culinovic-Herc, Antonija Zubovic -- The Right of States to Regulate in Risk-Averse Areas and the ECtHR Concept of Margin of Appreciation in the WTO US-Cool Article 21.5 Decision / Anna Aseeva -- Notes and Reports -- In the Name of Public Procurement Liberalisation: The Interaction Between the WTO’s Government Procurement Agreement and International, Regional and Domestic Instruments – Three Shades of Synergy / Zena Prodromou -- Framework for the Approximation of National Legal Systems with the European Union’s Acquis: From a Vague Definition to Jurisprudential Implementation / Uros Cemalovic -- Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner (Case C-362/14): Empowering National Data Protection Authorities / Marina Skrinjar Vidovic -- EU Bibliography / Aleksandra Car.

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