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Orlando Scarcello

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In this essay the question of what kind of conflicts are at stake in the context of European pluralism will be considered, with special focus on the shift from “conflicts by divergence” to “conflicts by convergence” and on attempts to conceptualise these issues by means of the concept of “complex antinomy”. It will be argued that this analysis needs some refinement and the concept of “levels of disagreements” will be introduced as an alternative. A specific focus will be maintained on the impact of different interpretive methodologies: in this way it is possible to underline the structure of “deep” and “superficial” disagreements in the context of European law. In order to illustrate this point, some notes on the recent Taricco saga will be developed. Finally, the relevance for European constitutionalism of deep disagreements on interpretive methodologies will be underlined.

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Maciej Cieslukowski

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From 1992, after the UN “Earth Summit” in Rio de Janeiro, sustainable development has become a priority of many countries and international organizations, including the European Union. After the crisis of 2008+ and the strong criticism of traditional economics, it also became a fundamental element of economic development in the XXI century. This new model is based on a solid and integrated economic, socio-cultural and ecological order. Such a development should be supported by suitable budgetary systems at each level of public government. The paper presents a conception of the sustainable EU own resources system and proposes the methodology of its evaluation.

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Pola Cebulak

International Law , XXXII(1): 64-123. • Fabbrini Sergio, 2014, After the Euro Crisis. A New Paradigm on the Integration of Europe , ARENA Working Paper 5/2014, 1-27. • Fahey Elaine, 2012, Reviewing High Politics A Methodology for the Justiciability of EU-US Legal Relations , Amsterdam Law School Research Paper No. 2012-60. • Fahey Elaine and Bardutzky Samo, 2013, ‘Judicial Review of Eurozone Law-The Adjudication of Postnational Norms in the EU Courts, Plural. A Casestudy of the European Stability Mechanism’, Michigan Journal of International Law Online

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Leandro Mancano

the proportionality principle? Some critical remarks on the use and methodology of the proportionality principle in the internal market case law of the CJEU’, available at http://www.jus.uio.no/ifp/forskning/prosjekter/markedsstaten/arrangementer/2011/free-movement-oslo/speakers-papers/norbert-reich.pdf . • Robinson Paul H. and Darley John M., 2004, ‘Does Criminal Law Deter? A Behavioural Science Investigation’, in Oxford Journal of Legal Studies , XXIV(2): 173-205. • Rosas Allan, 2010, ‘Life after Dassonville and Cassis: Evolution but No Revolution

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Katerina Pantazatou

American Economic Review, LI: 657-665. Narveson Jan, 2003, ‘We Don't Owe Them a Thing! A Tough Minded but Soft-Hearted View of Aid to the Faraway Needy’, The Monist, LXXXVI(3): 419-33. Neergaard Ulla, Nielsen Ruth and Roseberry Lynn M. (eds), 2010, The Role of Courts in Developing a European Social Model: Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives, DJØF Publishing, Copenhagen. Nicola Fernanda, 2015, ‘Conceptions of Justice from Below: Distributive Justice as a Means to Address Local Conflicts in European Law and Policy’ in

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Kamil Ł. Ławniczak

References · Aus Jonathan P., 2010, ‘The Mechanisms of Consensus: Coming to Agreement on Community Asylum Policy’, in Daniel Naurin and Helen Wallace (eds), Unveiling the Council of the European Union. Games Governments Play in Brussels, Palgrave, Basingstoke, 99-118. · Beyers Jan, 2010, ‘Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in the Study of European Socialization’, Journal of European Public Policy, XVII(6): 909-920. · Beyers Jan and Dierickx Guido, 1998, ‘The working groups of the Council of the European