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ACELG Update

June 2017

The ACELG Update informs you about forthcoming events, as well as publications and presentations by members of the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance. Items link to additional information wherever possible.


Forthcoming events

  • 14 September - CLASF workshop: Constitutional challenges in Europe: The impact and role of competition law - Preliminary programme
  • 25 September - Floris de Witte, Institutionalising Integration (Law and Justice Across Borders lecture series) - More


Publications by ACELG members

  • Leonard Besselink & Jan Herman Reestman, Talking about European Democracy (editorial), European Constitutional Law Review, p13(2), pp 207 - 220 - article
  • Steven Blockmans, In Search of a Role to Play: the EU and the War in Syria, European Papers, Vol. 2, 2017, No 1, 9-13 - article
  • Kati Cseres, The Way we go in the EU (editorial), Legal Issues of Economic Integration, 44(2), 105 - 110 - article
  • Deirdre Curtin, Brexit and the EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: Bespoke Bits and Pieces, CSF-SSSUP Working Paper No 5/2017 - article
  • Katja Swider (w/Maarten den Heijer), Why Union Law Can and Should Protect Stateless Persons, European Journal of Migration and Law, 19(2), pp. 101 - 135 - article
  • Katja Swider, Chapter 12: Why End Statelessness?, in: T. Bloom, K. Tonkiss, P. Cole (eds.) Understanding Statelessness (Routledge) - publisher website
  • Annette Schrauwen, (Not) losing out from Brexit, Europe and the World: a Law Journal, 1(1) p.1-18 - article (open access)
  • René Smits, From Subordinated to Prominent: The Role of the European Commission in EMU. Reflections on Euro Area Democracy, in L. Daniele, P. Simone & R.Cisotta (eds.) Democracy in the EMU in the Aftermath of the Crisis (Springer), pp. 51 - 71 - publisher website
  • Maria Weimer, The Origins of “Risk” as an Idea and the Future of Risk Regulation, European Journal of Risk Regulation, 8 (1), Cambridge Inaugural Issue: The Past, Present and Future of Risk Regulation - article
  • Maria Weimer (w/Ellen Vos), Differentiated integration or uniform regime? National derogations from internal market measures, in B. De Witte, A. Ott & E. Vos (eds) Between Flexibility and Disintegration. The Trajectory of Differentiation in EU Law (Edward Elgar) - publisher website; chapter available as Maastricht Faculty of Law working paper - SSRN
  • Most recent contributions of ACELG members to (all in Dutch)
    • Pieter Jan Kuijper (9 June), De toekomst van EU-handelspolitiek na Advies 2/15 - article
    • Pieter Jan Kuijper (6 June), Blijven nationale parlementen nodig voor het sluiten van EU-handelsverdragen of niet? - article
    • Kati Cseres (24 May), De Hongaarse rechtsstaat onder druk. Deel II: De rol van de EU - article
    • Kati Cseres (23 May), De Hongaarse rechtsstaat onder druk. Deel I: De Central European University - article


ACELG working papers

  • Christina Eckes & Ramses A. Wessel, The European Union from an International Perspective: Sovereignty, Statehood, and Special Treatment, forthcoming in: T. Tridimas and R. Schütze (eds.), The Oxford Principles of European Union Law - Volume 1: The European Union Legal Order (Oxford University Press) - SSRN


ACELG blog

  • Guest blog by Joris Larik (18 June 2017): Trade and Sustainable Development: Opinion 2/15 and the EU’s Foreign Policy Objectives. By Joris Larik - blog


Presentations by ACELG members

  • Kati Cseres (16 June), Postal consumers in the EU: from users of universal services to users of all (digital) postal services, 6th Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures: Regulatory challenges for smart cities, European University Institute - conference website
  • Annette Schrauwen (16 June), Closing Remarks, workshop 'EXPULCIT: the meaning of expulsion in an area of common citizenship', Radboud University Nijmegen
  • Or Brook (20 June), Priority setting as a double-edged sword: how modernizations strengthen the role of non-competition interests in Article 101 TFEU, UCL Competition Law & Policy Work in Progress seminar
  • Kati Cseres (20 June), roundtable participant, Seminar 'Toward Effective Justice in Consumer Protection' at the Supreme Court of the Republic of Poland - programme
  • Leonard Besselink (22 June), Commentator, 'Treaties as travaux préparatoires: Conference on the 60th Anniversary of the Treaties of Rome', Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt /Main - programme
  • Katja Swider (29 June), Practices and approaches in EU Member States to prevent
    and end statelessness, Joint Hearing on Statelessness, European Parliament Brussels - programme
  • Nik de Boer (with Christophe Majastre) (6 July), With the law on our side: judicialisation and juridification of German EU politics in the Euro crisis, 2017 ICON-S Annual Meeting 'Courts, Power, and Public Law', Copenhagen - programme
  • Kati Cseres (6 July), Energy consumers as sustainable market actors, International Conference: Exploring the role of consumers for sustainability, SMART Conference, University of Sheffield - conference website
  • René Smits (6 -7 July), member panel on Developments in Europe, 5th Annual CCLS-Bank of England Conference on 'Accountability', London
  • Katja Swider (12 July), speaker at 'Statelessness as displacement in situ', Open University, London - more


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