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The Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law & Justice focuses on the study of international and European economic integration and European Union law via fellowship opportunities for scholars, and online resources for the greater academic world.
We are pleased to welcome our incoming Academic Year 2014-2015 Emile Noël Fellows.
Our Most Recent Jean Monnet Working Papers
- (Click here for past series) No. 16/14: Armin von Bogdandy
- Common Principles for a Plurality of Orders
A Study on Public Authority in the European Legal Area
- Two Logics of Authority:
Reason and Fiat in Modern Law
- Global Administrative Law and Democracy
- “Trade and” Environment: Diagonal Conflicts in WTO, EU and U.S. Procurement Law
- How the European Parliament’s Participation
in International Relations
Affects the Deep Tissue of the EU’s Power Structures
- The United States: Use, Non-Use, and Abuse of International Law in the U.S. Legal Order
- Van Gend en Loos:
The Individual as Subject and Object and
the Dilemma of European Legitimacy
- Is There a Case – Legally and Politically –
For Direct Effect of WTO Obligations?
- View more 2014 working papers