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Parution : 09/2019
Editeur : Hart
ISBN : 978-1-5099-3258-0
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The Transformation of Economic Law

Essays in Honour of Hans-W. Micklitz

Sous la direction de Lucila de Almeida, Marta Cantero Gamito, Mateja Djurovic, Kai Peter Purnhagen

Présentation de l'éditeur

This book is written in honour of Hans-W. Micklitz for his jubilee 70th birthday and the closure of his twelve-year term as the Chair for Economic Law at the European University Institute (EUI). Hans-W. Micklitz has gained international recognition for dedicating his extensive and fruitful career to diverse areas of law: European Economic Law, European Private Law, National and European Consumer Law, Legal Theory, theories of Private Law and Social Justice. This book is a product of the collaborative endeavors of its contributors, who all have a special connection with Hans W. Micklitz as his doctoral supervisees or research assistants. The collection of twenty chapters is to be read as the influence of Hans's dialogues in the early stage of the academic career of thirty-one young legal scholars. The volume is divided into three sections devoted to subjects that have received Hans's attention while at the EUI: EU Consumer Law (part I); European Private Law and Access Justice (part II); the CJEU between the individual citizen and the Member States (part III).

 

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1. Introduction
Lucila de Almeida, Marta Cantero Gamito, Mateja Durovic, Kai P. Purnhagen
PART I - EU CONSUMER LAW

2. An Average Consumer Concept of Bits and Pieces: Empirical Evidence on the Court of Justice of the European Union's Concept of the Average Consumer in the UCPD
Hanna Schebesta and Kai P. Purnhagen

3. Private Law Consequences of Unfair Commercial Practices
Mateja Durovic

4. A Consumer Perspective on Algorithms
Peter Rott

5. Technological Totalitarianism: Data, Consumer Profiling, and the Law
Irina Domurath

6. EU Consumer Law and Artificial Intelligence
Agnieszka Jablonowska and Przemyslaw Palka

PART II - EUROPEAN PRIVATE LAW AND ACCESS JUSTICE IN ITS INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS

7. The General Transformations of Private Law Since Léon Duguit: Autonomy, Responsibility and Sovereignty in European Private Law
Guido Comparato and Rónán Condon

8. Some Reflections on the Self-Sufficiency of European Regulatory Private Law
Marta Cantero Gamito and Federico Della Negra

9. In Search of a Grand Theory of European Private Law: Social Justice, Access Justice, Societal Justice and Energy Markets
Lucila de Almeida and Fabrizio Esposito

10. The Evolution of Direct Taxation in the EU: A Multi-Variable Equation
Katerina Pantazatou

11. The Evolution of European Insolvency Law from Regulatory Competition to Harmonisation
Annika Wolf and Heikki Marjosola

12. Digitally-Provided Financial Services under EU Law: Overcoming the Current Patchwork of Europeanised Private International Law and Sectorially-Harmonised National Private Laws
Antonio Marcacci

13. On Regulatory Experimentalism in European Private Law: The Legal Laboratory of Food and Finance
María Paz de la Cuesta de los Mozos and Elena Sedano Varo

14. The Recent Developments in Arbitration and the European Regulatory Space
Zdenek Nový and Barbara Warwas

15. The Energy Community in its Second Decade: Where Does it Stand and Where is it Heading?
Rozeta Karova

PART III - THE CJEU BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL CITIZEN AND THE MEMBER STATES

16. Contestation and Accommodation: Constitutional and Private Law Pluralism(s) in the EU
Boško Tripkovic and Jan Zglinski

17. The Psychology of Judicial Co-operation: The Preliminary Reference Procedure as a Therapeutic Relationship
Barend van Leeuwen

18. Law and Politics after Wightman: Taking Stock of Neo-Formalism in the EU
Marija Bartl and Keiva Carr

19. Transforming the European 'Legal Field' by Strategic Litigation: A Research Agenda
Betül Kas

20. Defectiveness and Causation in Vaccine Liability Cases: The Jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of the United States and the Court of Justice of the European Union
Marco Rizzi and Lécia Vicente

21. The Usage of Solidarity in the Jurisdiction of the CJEU
Annett Wunder

432 pages.  £95.00