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. 

Contributions:

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 Marcoeconomic Policy’

 

Published: 2019-06-28