Yearbook of European Law Table of Contents for January 1, 2016; Vol. 35, No. 1

Editorial Note
Editorial Note
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 1

 

Articles
The Second Yellow Card on the EPPO Proposal: An Encouraging Development for Member State Parliaments?
Diane Fromage
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 5-27

 

Exercise of EU Competences and Pre-emption of Member States’ Powers in the Internal and the External Sphere: Towards ‘Grand Unification’?
Amedeo Arena
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 28-105

 

Domestic Judicial Defiance in the European Union: A Systemic Threat to the Authority of EU Law?
Arthur Dyevre
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 106-144

 

The Past, Present and Future of the Relation between the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights
Federico Fabbrini and Joris Larik
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 145-179

 

International Environmental Litigation in EU Courts: A Regulatory Perspective
Uglješa Grušić
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 180-228

 

Bottom Up or Rock Bottom Harmonization? FrancovichState Liability in National Courts
Rónán Condon and Barend van Leeuwen
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 229-290

 

The Challenges of EU Enforcement and Elements of Criminal Law Theory: On Sanctions and Value in Contemporary ‘Freedom, Security and Justice’ Law
E. Herlin-Karnell
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 291-317

 

Constitutionalism, Resistance, and Openness: Comparative Law Reflections on Constitutionalism in Postnational Governance
Giuseppe Martinico
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 318-340

 

Europe and the Welfare State—Friends, Foes, or . . .?
Ulla Neergaard
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 341-381

 

Tax Barriers to Intra-Union Trade: American ‘Federalism’, European ‘Internationalism’?
Robert Schütze
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 382-409

 

Unjust Conduct in the Internal Market: On the Role of European Private Law in the Division of Moral Responsibility between the EU, its Member States and Their Citizens
Martijn W. Hesselink
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 410-452

 

EU Law and Public International Law: Co-implication, Embeddedness and Interdependency
Introduction: Beyond Monism, Dualism, Pluralism: The Quest for a (Fully-Fledged) Theoretical Framework: Co-Implication, Embeddedness, and Interdependency between Public International Law and EU Law
Violeta Moreno-Lax and Paul Gragl
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 455-470

 

The Macro Level: The Structural Impact of General International Law on EU Law: International Legal Personality of the European Communities and the European Union: Inspirations from Public International Law
Niels Blokker
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 471-483

 

The Macro Level: The Structural Impact of General International Law on EU Law: The Court of Justice of the EU and the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties
Gunnar Beck
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 484-512

 

The Meso Level: Means of Interaction between EU and International Law: Customary International Law as a Source of EU Law: A Two-Way Fertilization Route?
Theodore Konstadinides
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 513-532

 

The Meso Level: Means of Interaction between EU and International Law: Flipping the Question: The Reception of EU Law in the International Legal Order
Ramses A. Wessel
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 533-561

 

The Meso Level: Means of Interaction between EU and International Law: ‘Good Fences Make Good Neighbors’ and Beyond … Two Faces of the Good Neighbourliness Principle
Elena Basheska and Dimitry Kochenov
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 562-588

 

The Micro Level: Insights from Specific Policy Areas: Forging Links between Legal Orders
Eileen Denza
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 589-603

 

The Micro Level: Insights from Specific Policy Areas: The Relationship between EU Law and International Law in the Field of Human Rights
Christian Tomuschat
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 604-620

 

The Micro Level: Insights from Specific Policy Areas: Mapping the International and European Governance of Renewable Energy
Rafael Leal-Arcas and Stephen Minas
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 621-666

 

Closing Chapter: Piecing the Puzzle Together: Beyond Pluralism and Autonomy: Systemic Harmonization as a Paradigm for the Interaction of EU Law and International Law
Katja S. Ziegler
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 667-711

 

Book Reviews
The Age of Dignity, Human Rights and Constitutionalism in Europe by Catherine Dupré
Julie C. Knight
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 715-719

 

The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights as a Binding Instrument—Five Years Old and Growing by Sybe de Vries, Ulf Bernitz and Stephen Weatherill
Tobias Lock
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 720-724

 

Coherence in EU Competition Law by Wolf Sauter
Despoina Mantzari
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 725-726

 

The European Union in International Organisations and Global Governance: Recent Developments by Christine Kaddous (ed)
Ramses A. Wessel
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 727-731

 

Community Trade Mark Regulation: A Commentary by Gordian N. Hasselblatt (ed)
Stavroula Karapapa
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 732-733

 

Governing Public Health: EU Law, Regulation and Biopolitics by Mark L. Flear
Keith Syrett
Yearbook of European Law 2016 35: 734-737
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