Chapter 1.Constitutional courts and multilevel governance in Europe /Armen Mazmanyan, Patricia Popelier, and Werner Vandenbruwaene Chapter 2.Constitutional courts as guardians of fundamental rights /Catherine Van de Heyning Chapter 3.The challenges for constitutional courts as guardians of fundamental rights in the European Union /Aida Torres Perez Chapter 4.The role of national constitutional courts in the European legal space /Monica Claes and Bruno de Witte Chapter 5.Regions and constitutional courts in a multilayered Europe /Anna Gamper Chapter 6.The judicial enforcement of subsidiarity. The comparative quest for an appropriate standard /Werner Vandenbruwaene Chapter 7.Majoritarianism, deliberation and accountability as institutional instincts of constitutional courts /Armen Mazmanyan Chapter 8.Constitutional courts and deliberative democracy /Mark van Hoecke Chapter 9.Deliberative practices of constitutional courts in consolidated and non-consolidated democracies /Patricia Popelier and Aida Araceli Patino Alvarez Chapter 10.The good shepherd of Karlsruhe. The 'Hartz IV' decision : a good example of regulatory review by the German federal constitutional court? /Klaus Messerschmidt Chapter 11.The court as regulatory watchdog. The procedural approach in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights /Patricia Popelier Chapter 12.Courts as regulatory watchdogs. Does the European Court of Justice bark or bite? /David Keyaerts Chapter 13.Standing rights and regulatory dynamics in the European Union /Anne Meuwese.
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