This first issue of 2019 covers a broad range of constituional and theoretical questions. The issue contains contributions within EEA law, EU law and the European Court of Human Rights.
Article. Dr. Margrét Einarsdottir (University of Iceland), ‘Incorporation and Implementation – The Execution of the EEA Agreement by the Icelandic State’
Article. Dr. Annegret Engel (Lund University), ‘The European Union and Brexit Dilemma – A very British Problem? ‘
Article. Dimitrios Kafteranis (University of Luxembourg), ‘Rethinking Financial Rewards for Whistle- Blowers Under the Proposal for a Directive on the Protection of Whistle-Blowers Reporting Breaches of EU Law’
Article. Damjan Grozdanovski, ‘The Workload of the European Court of Human Rights: A Back-Door to Becoming a Constitutional Court of Europe’
Article. Josefin Jennerheim, ‘Patterns of Federalism in EU Macroeconomic Policy’