Publications by members of our centre
Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law
MCEL Master Working Paper Series
Student Papers on State Aid and Public Procurement
EU Law Student Papers
Student Papers on Regulating Innovation Trade, and Uncertain Risks
Maastricht Faculty of Law Working Papers
An overview of publications by the members of our Centre is provided below, for more information on our scholars and their publications please go to MCEL's People page.
MCEL Member Vigjilenca Abazi, together with Johan Adriaensen from CERIM, co-edited the latest Special Issue at Politics & Governance Journal on 'EU Institutional Politics of Secrecy and Transparency in Foreign Affairs'.
Full access to the issue.
B. De Witte, A. Ott and E. Vos (Ed.), 'Between Flexibility and Disintegration - The Trajectory of Differentiation in EU Law' (2017), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing
Special Issue Data Protection Maastricht Journal Marjan Peeters and Daniel A. Farber (eds.), University of California, Berkeley), Climate Change Law, Edward elgar, 2016.
Lisa Waddington, Mark Priestley and Betul Yalcin ‘Equality of opportunity in employment? Disability rights and active labour market policies’, in Peter Blanck and Eilionoir Flynn (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Disability Law and Human Rights, 2016.
Psychogiopoulou, E. (Ed.). (2015). 'Cultural governance and the European Union: Protecting and promoting cultural diversity in Europe', Palgrave Macmillan.
Muir, E. & Waddington, L. (Eds). (2015). ‘(Il)legitimate differential treatment.’ International Journal of Discrimination and the Law. Currently available as Online-First.
Vadi, V. & De Witte, B. (Eds.). (2015). ‘Culture and International Economic Law,’ London: Routledge.
Besselink, L., Claes, M., Imamovic, S. & Reestman, J. (2014). ‘National Constitutional Avenues for Further EU Integration.’ Brussels: European Parliament.
Claire Kilpatrick and Bruno de Witte (eds), (2014) ‘Social Rights in Times of Crisis in the Eurozone: The Role of Fundamental Rights’ Challenges, EUI Working Papers LAW 2014/05.
Everson, M., Monda, C. & Vos, E.I.L. (Eds.). (2014), ‘European agencies in between institutions and Member States’ (European Monographs, 85). Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International.
Klosse, S. & Vonk, (2014) G.J., ‘Socialezekerheidsrecht,’ Deventer: Kluwer.
Muir, E. & Dawson, M. (Eds.) (2014), ‘One for All and All for One? The Collective Enforcement of EU Law,’ Special Issue of Legal Issues of Economic Integration, 41 (3).
Peeters, M., Schomeres, S (2014), ‘An EU Law Perspective on the Role of Regional Authorities in The Field of Renewable Energy.’ In Peeters, M., Schomeres, S (Eds.), ‘Renewable Energy in the EU: Legal perspectives on bottom up approaches,’ Cheltenham: Elgar Publishing.
Peters, M. & Uylenburg, R. (Eds.). (2014), ‘EU Environmental Legislation- Legal Perspectives on Regulatory Strategies,’ Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Psychogiopoulou, E. (Ed.). (2014), ‘Media policies revisited: The challenge for media freedom and independence,’ Palgrave Macmillan.
Schoenmaekers, S., Devroe W., & Philipsen N., (eds.), (2014), ‘State Aid and Public Procurement in the European Union,’ Intersentia.
L.B. Waddington, G. Quinn & E. Flynn (Eds.)(2014), ‘European Yearbook of Disability Law’ (Volume 5) (pp. 1-5). Cambridge-Antwerp-Portland: Intersentia.
With this newsletter, we want to inform you about the Centre’s research activities so as to reach out to a wider audience, to facilitate fruitful discussion with our scholars and to allow for critical input on ideas and research projects.
The Maastricht Centre for European Law is also involved in the publication of the Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law. This journal aims to provide literature which enables both the European professional and academic lawyer to grapple with the special difficulties presented by the concept of Ius commune Europaeum.
The MCEL Master Working Paper series seeks to give excellent Master students the opportunity to publish their final thesis and to make their work accessible to a wide audience.
Student Papers on State Aid and Public Procurement have been written by master students who attended the course of the same name, which is offered by the Faculty of Law of Maastricht University. The course is financed by the European Commission (Educational, Audiovisional and Culture Executive Agency) and is set up within the framework of the Life Long Learning Program. It was granted in 2011 after a successful application for a Jean Monnet Module.
Hasler, M (2018). The Legal Classification of ESM – MoUs in the Ledra Decision: At Odds with the Union Principle of the Rule of Law?
Bungart, K (2018). The European Chemicals Agency and its Compliance with the Meroni Doctrine: Do the powers of the European Chemicals Agency go beyond the scope of what is permissible under the Meroni doctrine (as modified by Case C-270/12)?
Recker, C. (2018). Banking Resolution Under the SRM Regulation and the Single Resolution Board: An assessment of the limits to the delegation of powers to EU agencies - The Single Resolution Board and its compliance with the Meroni doctrine.
Hiry, J (2018). Fitting national social security benefits into European categories: Are long-term care benefits exportable within the framework of Regulation 883/2004?
Vancraybex, E (2018). Innovation in the EU Merger Control Battlefield: In Search for Best Practices.
Mondschein, C (2017). The Regulation of Targeted Behavioural Advertising in the European Union
Wagner, S (2017). The Future of Transatlantic Data Flows: Privacy Shield or Privacy Sieve? An adequacy assessment by reference to the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Kortese, L (2016). Assessing the Coherence of Mechanisms for the Recognition of Qualifications: Discerning Dimensions to a Multilevel Challenge.
Kijewski L. (2015). Protecting Borders, People and Rights at Sea? An Analysis of Frontex’s Approach to Human Rights.
Orbons K. (2015), EU Accession to the ECHR:Is it still worth pursuing after Opinion 2/13.
Stoffel N-C. (2015). Quo Vadis Impact Assessment? An Evaluation of the European Commission’s New Better Regulation Agenda.
Ferreira, N. (2015). The European Parliament’s Practice in the Adoption of International Trade Agreements: The Creation of an Institutional Parallelism to the Unilateral Dimension?
EU Law Student Papers
These papers have been written by second and third bachelor students who attended the course “EU Law Foundations – The Institutional Functioning of the European Union”, which is part of the Bachelor Programme European Law School, offered by the Faculty of Law of the Maastricht University. In 2010 the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) awarded financial support to this course in the form of a Jean Monnet European Module (Lifelong Learning Programme).
The Institutional Functioning of the EU Vol. 2014-2015
The best papers of the academic year 2014-2015.
The Institutional Functioning of the EU Vol. 2013-2014
The best papers of the academic year 2013-2014.
The Institutional Functioning of the EU Vol. 2012-2013
The best papers of the academic year 2012-2013.
The Institutional Functioning of the EU Vol. 2011-2012
The best papers of the academic year 2011-2012.
Students involved in the MaRBLE project in the academic years 2010-2011 and 2013-2014, have been allowed to participate in pioneering interdisciplinary research investigating the complex relationships between science, society, politics and law. It offered students a chance to make a positive contribution to the emerging interfaculty research programme on risk, uncertainty, law and governance. They have analysed controversies around innovation where the risk aspects of trade and the trade aspects of risk are at stake, with a particular focus on the regulation of GMOs. These papers, written in the context of the course 'Regulating Innovation, Trade and Uncertain Risks' taught by Marjolein B.A. van Asselt and MCEL member Ellen Vos, have been collected in a single e-publication.
Maastricht University's Faculty of Law publishes a series of working papers every two months. The working paper series aims to further excellence in scholarship. It allows Maastricht-based authors to bring their work-in-progress to a wide audience, facilitating fruitful discussion and critical input on nascent ideas and projects to the benefit of both author and reader.