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This volume, based on multinational archival research, investigates the intellectual and political trajectory of the Belgian theorist Hendrik de Man (1885-1953) by examining the impact that his works and activism had on Western European social democracy between the two world wars.
by Douglas Walton, Fabrizio Macagno and Giovanni Sartor
This book draws upon linguistics, legal theory, computing, and dialectics to present an argumentation-based approach to statutory interpretation. The authors translate and summarise existing legal interpretative canons into eleven argumentation schemes, offering a system of strategies for developing, defending, assessing, and attacking an interpretation.
edited by Anna Triandafyllidou and Tina Magazzini
This comparative volume critically reviews state-religion models and the ways in which different countries manage religious diversity in 23 countries and eight world regions. The book illuminates different responses to the challenges encountered in accommodating both majorities and minorities, and offers a wealth of research material suitable to support comparative research.
by Miguel Maduro and Tomasz Woźniakowski
In this policy paper the authors suggest that EU citizens are not contrary to some forms of EU taxation, and that a system of fiscalisation could reinstall the tax justice, provide more revenues for delivering EU-wide common goods and make the Economic and Monetary Union more resilient.
edited by Pier Luigi Parcu, Giorgio Monti and Marco Botta
The recent State Aid Modernization has decentralized the enforcement of state aid law, with national courts playing a growing role.This edited volume analyses the enforcement of state aid law in the aftermath of the State Aid Modernization, identifying a number of emerging trends at the national and EU level.
edited by Claire Kilpatrick and Joanne Scott
This volume makes available new tools and approaches through which the activities of the Court of Justice can be studied. It covers a range of methods and sources, and including approaches from several social science disciplines and law. The work is part of the Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law, published by Oxford University Press.