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DOIhttp://doi.org/10.1111/eulj.12152
Publication Date01 Sep 2016
Volume 22, Issue 5, September 2016
EUROPEAN
LAW JOURNAL
Review of European Law in Context
Founding Editor: Francis Snyder
CONTENTS
PUBLISHED WITH THE SUPPORT OF PEKING UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF TRANSNATIONAL LAW;
THE EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE; LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS; CERIC
UNIVERSITÉ PAUL CÉZANNE AIX-MARSEILLE III AND ARENA UNIVERSITETET I OSLO
ISSN 1351-5993
In this Issue 572
AGUSTÍN JOSÉ MENÉNDEZ
ARTICLES
Is EU Administrative Law Failing in Some of Its Crucial Tasks? 576
EDOARDO CHITI
Responsive Adjudication and the ‘Social Legitimacy’ of the Internal Market 597
JOTTE MULDER
SPECIAL SECTION: EUROPEAN REGULATORY PRIVATE LAW
Public Policy through Private Law: Introduction to a debate on European Regulatory
Private Law 6 21
GUIDO COMPARATO
The Transformation of Private Law Through Competition 627
HANS‐W. MICKLITZ
Between Regulatory and Autonomy‐Based Private Law 644
HANOCH DAGAN
The EU’s Private Law in the Regulated Sectors: Competitive Market Handmaiden
or Institutional Platform? 659
YANE SVETIEV
Private Law, Regulation, and Justice 681
MARTIJN W. HESSELINK
REVIEW ARTICLE
The Perils of ‘As If’ European Constitutionalism 696
PETER L. LINDSETH

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