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Transforming European Law: The Establishment of the Constitutional Discourse from 1950 to 1993

  • Anne Boerger and Morten Rasmussen

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European Court of Justice – The nature of European law – European Law Academia – Costa v. E.N.E.L. and Van Gend & Loos – Legal Service of the European Commission – How the constitutional discourse became dominant

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* Assistant Professor, University of Alberta. A first version of this article was presented at the conference ‘Constitutionalisation in Question: Revisiting the Foundational Logics of European Integration by Law’, at the University of Copenhagen in December 2011. We would like to thank all participants in the conference for their comments. In addition, we are grateful to: Monica Claes, Michal Bobek, Rebekka Byberg, Alexandre Bernier, Brigitte Leucht, Bill Davies, Karen Gram-Skjoldager, Vera Fritz, Karin van Leeuwen and Ann-Christina L. Knudsen for comments that considerably improved this article.

** Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen.

Transforming European Law: The Establishment of the Constitutional Discourse from 1950 to 1993

  • Anne Boerger and Morten Rasmussen

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