Responding to the Economic Crisis: Public Law in a Post-Lisbon Age - Professor Armstrong
28 February 2012
Kenneth Armstrong, Professor of European Union Law at Queen Mary, University of London:
"European institutions have reacted to the economic crisis by adopting a range of legal instruments intended to strengthen economic governance. With the adoption of the muscular ‘six pack’ of legislative measures, the talk in Brussels was of the return of the ‘Community Method’ as the European Parliament – exercising its new powers of co-decision in the economic field – and the European Commission signalling their collective unwillingness to let ‘intergovernmentalism’ weaken the legislative bargain..." Read Professor Armstrong's full blog post on the eutopialaw.com website.