Subnational Authorities in EU Law

«This is one of the best monographs in this largely under-researched area.»

Nikos Skoutaris, Common Market Law Review
This book explores the role and status of local and regional authorities (also referred to as 'subnational authorities' or 'SNAs') in European Union law, and reveals the existence of two parallel yet opposed constitutional imaginations of the supranational legal order. Les mer
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This book explores the role and status of local and regional authorities (also referred to as 'subnational authorities' or 'SNAs') in European Union law, and reveals the existence of two parallel yet opposed constitutional imaginations of the supranational legal order.

Through a survey of various areas of EU law, including primary and secondary legislation, case law as well as various soft law instruments, Finck introduces two narratives. These are the 'outsider narrative' and the 'insider narrative' that frame these constitutional imaginations. According to the outsider narrative, the structure of the legal order is bi-centric, composed of the member states and the EU only. This narrative envisages SNAs as outsiders of EU law, whose interactions with Union
law are merely of an indirect nature. However, in addition to this well-known account of EU law, a parallel yet distinct narrative can be identified according to which SNAs are insiders that entertain direct relations with the European Union and contribute to the substantive development of EU law. It
is illustrated that the coexistence of both narratives has wider implications as it points towards a shift in the structure of the European legal order itself, which is transitioning from bi-centricity to polycentricity.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

1: The Outsider and Insider Narratives of SNAs in EU Law
2: SNAs in Times of European Integration
3: The Outsider Narrative
4: The Insider Narrative
Conclusion

Om forfatteren

Michele Finck is a fellow in law at the London School of Economics and a lecturer in EU law at Keble College, University of Oxford. She completed at doctorate at the University of Oxford in 2015 and was a visiting researcher at NYU School of Law in 2013-14. Her research explores the interaction between the law and demographic, socio-economic, cultural and technological change. She has previously published on EU law, climate change, human rights and voting rights
and is currently working on a new research project that examines the platform economy from the perspective of EU law.