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15 German Law Journal No. 2 (2014)


Special Issue

The OMT Decision of the
German Federal Constitutional Court


 
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Special Issue - OMT

Karlsruhe Makes a Referral - PDF - Udo Di Fabio

Rebels Without a Cause? A Critical Analysis of the German Constitutional Court’s OMT Reference - PDF - Franz C. Mayer

ECB, ECJ, Democracy, and the Federal Constitutional Court: Notes on the Federal Constitutional Court’s Referral Order from 14 January 2014 - PDF - Dietrich Murswiek

Don’t Act Beyond Your Powers: The Perils and Pitfalls of the German Constitutional Court’s Ultra Vires Review - PDF - Jürgen Bast

Beyond Symbolism: Towards a Constitutional Actio Popularis in EU Affairs? A Commentary on the OMT Decision of the Federal Constitutional Court - PDF - Klaus Ferdinand Gärditz

Rebel Without a Good Cause: Karlsruhe’s Misguided Attempt to Draw the CJEU into a Game of “Chicken” and What the CJEU Might do About It - PDF - Mattias Kumm

Questions and Answers: Karlsruhe’s Referral for a Preliminary Ruling to the Court of Justice of the European Union - PDF - Karsten Schneider

Friendly or Unfriendly Act? The “Historic” Referral of the Constitutional Court to the ECJ Regarding the ECB’s OMT Program - PDF - Alexander Thiele

Adjudicating Economics? Central Bank Independence and the Appropriate Standard of Judicial Review - PDF - Matthias Goldmann

Law Meets Economics in the German Federal Constitutional Court: Outright Monetary Transactions on Trial - PDF - Carsten Gerner-Beuerle, Esin Küçük & Edmund Schuster

Karlsruhe Not Only Barks, But Finally Bites—Some Remarks on the OMT Decision of the German Constitutional Court - PDF - Niels Petersen

The German Federal Constitutional Court’s Ruling on Outright Monetary Transactions (OMT) – Another Step towards National Closure? - PDF - Dagmar Schiek

The Bundesverfassungsgericht Preliminary Reference on the OMT Program: “In the ECB We Do Not Trust. What About You?” - PDF - Thomas Beukers

Blind Date Between Familiar Strangers: The German Constitutional Court Goes Luxembourg! - PDF - Asteris Pliakos & Georgios Anagnostaras




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