Harvard Law School Jean Monnet Chair



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Agné, Hans (1998), p. 28. At this point it is possible to see some connection with the infranational (or the neo-corporatist) model of government of J.H.H. Weiler as the implementation of law is rather justified by results than process. See e.g. Weiler et al (1995). See also and the problem of “utilitarian support” in Obradovic (1996) mentioned in footnote 40.

143 Hermansson, Jörgen (1996), p. 38. The same applies to the whole of the EU.

144 Idem., p. 37.

145 De Grauwe, Paul (1998), p. 2. According to de Grauwe, people delegate powers to politicians and politicians delegate it to specialised institutions. In order for the pyramid to work well, at each stage there must be a strong mechanism, which ensures that those who receive power remain accountable.

146 Arndt, Hubertus (1998), p. 221.
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