Fundamental Rights in Europe (inbunden)
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This book examines the European system for the protection of fundamental rights. The aim is to identify the constitutional dynamics that occur as a result of the interaction between state and transnational human rights standards. Fabbrini compares the European system with the US federal system based on four case studies.
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Douglass Cassel, Human Rights Law Review Fabbrinis study sheds valuable light on the dynamics that shape the interactions among multiple levels of human rights protection in Europe, and on the consequences for rights protection that tend to ensue.

Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, Common Market Law Review Fabbrini sets out the critical issues with clarity, and in providing extensive empirical case studies and a comparative methodology, the breadth of his scholarship is impressive. He writes with lucidity and clarity and provides useful summaries at the end of each chapter. This book is a clear and very useful addition to the perplexing topic of human rights protection in Europe, and a signpost for the way forward in the debate.

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Federico Fabbrini, Assistant Professor of European & Comparative Constitutional Law, Tilburg Law School Federico Fabbrini is tenure-track Assistant Professor of European & Comparative Constitutional Law with a PhD from European University Institute. His main areas of research are federalism, fundamental rights, separation of powers, economic governance, and global constitutionalism.


Introduction ; 1. Of Floors, Ceilings and Human Rights: The European Fundamental Rights Architecture Compared ; 2. The Right to Due Process for Suspected Terrorists ; 3. The Right to Vote for Non-Citizens ; 4. The Right to Strike ; 5. The Right to Abortion ; Conclusion ; Bibliography ; Table of Legislation ; Table of Cases