Experimenting constitutionalism in the EU: co-ordinating legal difference through mutual recognition, mutual law and mutual learning

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Corkin, J. 2014. Experimenting constitutionalism in the EU: co-ordinating legal difference through mutual recognition, mutual law and mutual learning. in: Joerges, C. and Glinski, C. (ed.) The European Crisis and the Transformation of Transnational Governance: Authoritarian Managerialism versus Democratic Governance Hart. pp. 359-382
Chapter titleExperimenting constitutionalism in the EU: co-ordinating legal difference through mutual recognition, mutual law and mutual learning
AuthorsCorkin, J.
Page range359-382
Book titleThe European Crisis and the Transformation of Transnational Governance: Authoritarian Managerialism versus Democratic Governance
EditorsJoerges, C. and Glinski, C.
PublisherHart
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Hardcover9781849466325
Publication dates
Print11 Nov 2014
Publication process dates
Deposited22 Feb 2018
Output statusPublished
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.5040/9781474201117.ch-015
LanguageEnglish
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