New Emerging Judicial Dynamics of the Relationship Between National and the European Courts after the Enlargement of Europe
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Keywordsadministrative adaptation; constitutional change; Copenhagen criteria; corporate governance; corporatism; democracy; Nation-state; Nation-state; non-majoritarian institutions; pluralism; policy analysis; supranationalism; transition processes; transition processes; acquis communautaire; comparative law; differentiated integration; direct effect; EU Charter of Fundamental Rights; European law; fundamental/human rights; free movement; German Constitutional Court; supremacy; East-Central Europe; East-Central Europe; enlargement; Czech Republic; Denmark; Germany; Hungary; Italy; Poland; law;
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