Core values determining regulation and enforcement

The Core Values theme primarily focuses on the way that core values, through regulation and enforcement mechanisms, shape the division of sovereignty in the relationship between the European Union and the Member States. How should the core values set standards for the basis for and limits on regulation and enforcement, in terms of the level and nature of the regulation and legal protection, the actors involved, and their duties and powers; how will or must the potentially conflicting core values be balanced against one another, in particular, effectiveness/feasibility versus lawfulness?

Year   Title   Author(s)   Source  
2016 Rethinking European Competition Law: From consumer welfare to a capability approach R. Claassen, A. Gerbrandy External link to source »
Utrecht Law Review. 2016;12(1):1-15
2016 The Court of Justice’s Paradigm Consumer in EU Free Movement Law S.A. de Vries External link to source »
Leczykiewicz D, Weatherill S, editors, The Images of the Consumer in EU Law . Oxford: Hart Publishing. 2016. p. 401-430
2016 Grondrechten binnen de Europese interne markt: een tragikomisch conflict tussen waarden in de ‘Domus Europaea’ S.A. de Vries External link to source »
SEW, tijdschrift voor Europees en economisch recht. 2016;44(3):99-109
2016 Safeguards and Opportunities for the Protection of Fundamental Rights within the EU Single Market. Small Opportunities are Often the Beginning of Great Enterprises. S.A. de Vries External link to source »
Europarättslig Tidskrift. 2016;19(1):69-85
2014 Over soevereiniteit en Europese integratie: Het belang van zuiver redeneren J.W.C. van Rossem External link to source »
Nederlands Juristenblad, volume 19, pp. 1316 - 1317
2014 The disabling of the EC Disability Regulation: Stott c. Thomas Cook Tour Operators Ltd. in the light of the Exclusivity Doctrine I. Koning External link to source »
European Review of Private Law, volume 22 issue 4, pp. 769 - 786
2014 The Institutionalised and Non-Institutionalised Exemptions from EU Public Procurement Law: Towards a More Coherent Approach? W.A. Janssen External link to source »
Utrecht Law Review, volume 10 issue 5, pp. 168 - 186
2014 De zaken S. en G. & O. en B.: Grenzeloze gezinnen en afgeleide verblijfsrechten H. van Eijken External link to source »
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Europees Recht, volume 2014 issue 10
2014 Consequences of the Violation by Administrative Authorities of the Right to be heard under EU law: the case M.G. and N.R. A.P.W. Duijkersloot External link to source »
Review of European Administrative Law, volume 7 issue 1, pp. 81 - 96.
2014 Het Hof van Justitie in Kamino-Datema: horen in bezwaar onder voorwaarden gesanctioneerd A.W.G.J. Buijze External link to source »
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Europees recht, volume 20 issue 9, pp. 299 - 304.
2013 The Application of the EU charter of Fundamental Rights (CFR) and its Ne Bis in idem Principle in the Member States of the EU J.A.E. Vervaele External link to source »
Review of European Administrative Law, volume 6 issue 4, pp. 113-134
2013 The principle of transparency in EU law A.W.G.J. Buijze External link to source »
Dissertation Utrecht University, 325 pp., promotors: G.H. Addink en R.J.G.M. Widdershoven
2013 European union fundamental rights and Member States action in EU criminal law T.P. Marguery External link to source »
Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, volume 20, issue 2, pp. 281-300
2013 Prospectieve analyse en het vaststellen van de materiële waarheid door de bestuursrechter in concentratiezaken A. Gerbrandy External link to source »
SEW, Tijdschrift voor Europees en Economisch Recht, issue 9 2013, pp.343-353.
2013 Publieke waarden. De beginselen van goed bestuur in de dagelijkse praktijk van ziekenhuis en gemeente G.H. Addink External link to source »
Report for the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations
2013 Ne Bis In Idem: Towards a Transnational Constitutional Principle in the EU? J.A.E. Vervaele External link to source »
Utrecht Law Review, volume 9, issue 4, pp. 211-229