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Modern studies in European law ; v. 47.
"I am pleased to write the foreword to this volume, collecting the proceedings of a Conference held at Tilburg Law School, in the Netherlands on 30-31 May 2013 and organized by Federico Fabbrini, Maurice Adams and Pierre Larouche. This book explores the challenges of effectiveness and legitimacy produced by the constitutionalization of European budgetary rules and is highly recommended to anyone interested in European constitutional law, comparative fiscal federalism and the implications of the euro crisis."--Foreword.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Forward: Fiscal capacity and constitutional reform in the EMU / Miguel Poiares Maduro Introduction: The constitutionalization of European budgetary constraints: effectiveness and legitimacy in comparative perspective / Marice Adams, Federico Fabbrini and Pierre Larouche Part 1. The new constitutional architecture of European Economic and Monetary Union Economic governance and the Euro crisis: constitutional architecture and constitutional implications / Paul Craig The use of international law as a tool for enhancing governance in the Eurozone and its impact on EU institutional integrity / Angelos Dimopoulos Differentiated economic governance and the reshaping of dominium law / Kenneth A Armstrong EU fiscal governance and the effectiveness of its reform / Alexandre de Streel Maastricht revisited: economic constitutionalism, the ECB and the Bundesbank / Marijn van der Sluis The independence of the ECB after the economic crisis / Stefania Baroncelli Part 2. The constitutionalization of European budgetary constraints: comparative experiences (Un)balanced budget rules in Europe and America / Pieter-Augustijn Van Malleghem A legalization of financial constitutions in the EU? Reflections on the German, Spanish, Italian and French experiences / Giacomo Delledonne Fiscal stability rules in central European constitutions / Marek Antoš Can constitutional rules, even if "golden," tame Greek public debt? / Lina Papadopoulou Mandatory balanced budget in Dutch legislation following examples abroad? / Michal Diamant and Michiel van Emmerik An analysis of the method and efficacy of Ireland's incorporation of the fiscal compact / Roderic O'Gorman Part 3. Towards a genuine EMU: democracy, legitimacy and integration Domestic courts, constitutional constraints and European democracy: what solution for the crisis? / Ingolf Pernice National parliaments' say on the new EU budgetary constraints: the case of Spain and Ireland / Sonia Piedrafita Who got to adjudicate the EU's financial crisis and why? Judicial review and the legal instuments of the Eurozone / Samo Bardutzky and Elaine Fahey The impact of stronger economic policy co-ordination on the European social dimension: issues of legitimacy / Francesco Costamagna Power and legitimacy in the Eurozone: can integration and democracy be reconciled? / Peter L Lindseth From fiscal constraints to fiscal capacity: the future of EMU and its challenges / Federico Fabbrini.