Regulating Tax Competition in the Internal Market: Is the European Commission Finally Changing Course?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Tax competition and the EU internal market: from beneficial to ever more dangerous. – II.1. The place of tax provisions in the EU internal market setup. – II.2. Tax competition within the EU internal market. – II.3. Current position: “aggressive” tax competition calls for EU intervention. – III. Overcoming “...

Institutionalising Solidarity: A Genuine Challenge for Europe

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. A remarkable piece of scholarship for the conceptual approach chosen. – III. Reflecting on the foundational concept: the centrality of collective bargaining.

Abstract: In Solidarity and Conflict (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018),...

The Future of Social Europe and of European Integration at a Crossroads: How Can We Recover and Enforce Solidarity as a Fundamental Principle of European Constitutional Law (or Die)?

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Table of Contents: I. A reference point in the crucial debate about social Europe. – II. Social Europe and European integration today: a worrying picture. – III. A constructive approach. – IV. Judicial enforcement of solidarity: possibilities and limitations. – V. Strengthening cooperation and synergies (il faut cultiver notre jardin). – VI...

I Would Rather Be a Respondent State Before a Domestic Court in the EU than Before an International Investment Tribunal

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Who trumps who? – II.1. Is EU law autonomous? – II.2. EU law and Member States’ BITs. – II.3. The peculiar case of the ECT. – III. Achmea or how international investment tribunals do not understand EU law. – III.1. Why investment tribunals do not have jurisdic-tion in all intra-EU disputes? – III.2. The Advocate...

EU Citizenship and Loss of Member State Nationality

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Deprivation of Member State nationality. – II.1. Adults. – II.2. Minor children. – III. Member State withdrawal from the Union. – IV. Associate EU citizenship. – V. Final remarks.

Abstract: This Article addresses questions concerning the loss of...

European Higher Education in the Context of Brexit

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. European higher education law and policy. – II.1. The Bologna Process and the EHEA. – II.2. The EU and its higher education law and policy. – III. The UK and European higher education law and policy. – III.1. The UK and the Bologna Process. – III.2. The UK and EU higher education and policy. – IV. The...

EU Citizenship in Times of Brexit – Introduction

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Abstract: EU citizenship played a central role in the debate preceding the Brexit referendum and during the Brexit negotiations. It is inevitable, therefore, that, in the context of Brexit the concept of EU citizenship was and continues to be deeply challenged. This Special Section takes the process of Brexit and the challenges raised against the...

The Sale of Conditional EU Citizenship: The Cyprus Investment Programme Under the Lens of EU Law

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The unique case of the Cyprus Investment Programme. – III. Restrictions on free movement of capital. – III.1. Capital movement, its restrictions and justifications. – III.2. Application of these principles to the Cypriot case. – IV. Citizenship of the EU. – IV.1. Investment migration schemes in the...

The Right to Participate in the European Elections and the Vertical Division of Competences in the European Union

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. An enforceable right to participate in European elections. – III. The broad scope of application of the right to participate in European elections vis-à-vis Member States. – III.1. A right applicable to Member States. – III.2. A right applicable in purely internal situations. – IV. The right to...

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