Hungary | Bibliography

Czuczai J. (2007) Ratification of the European Constitution in Hungary: Problems and Challenges, in The European Constitution and national constitutions: ratification and beyond, Anneli Albi, Jacques Ziller, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Boulanger C (2006) Europeanization Through Judicial Activism? The Hungarian Constitutional Court’s Legitimacy and the “Return to Europe”, Spreading Democracy and the Rule of Law?, 2006, Part II:, 263-280.

Uitz R (2006) “EU Law and the Hungarian Constitutional Court: Lessons from the First Postaccession Encounter”, in Wojciech Sadurski, Jacques Ziller & Karolina Zurek, eds., Après Enlargement: Legal and Political Responses in Central and Eastern Europe (Florence: Robert Schuman Centre 2006): 41-64.

Tulmets E. (2005) The Management of New Forms of Governance by Former Accession Countries of the European Union: Institutional Twinning in Estonia and Hungary, European Law Journal, Volume 11, Issue 5, pages 657–674, September 2005.

Sajó A. (2004): Learning Co-operative Constitutionalism the Hard Way: the Hungarian Constitutional Court Shying Away from EU Supremacy. 3 Zeitschrift für Staats- und Europawissenschaften (2004) pp. 351-371.

Sajó A (2004) “Accession’s Impact on Constitutionalism in the New Member States”, in George A. Bermann & Katharina Pistor, eds., Law and Governance in an Enlarged European Union (Hart: Oxford, 2004): 415-36.

Harmathy A (2004) “The Presentation of Hungarian Experiences”, in “Position of Constitutional Courts Following Integration into the European Union”, International Conference 30 September – 2 October 2004, Bled, Slovenia.

Agh A (1999) Europeanization of policy-making in East Central Europe: the Hungarian approach to EU accession, Journal of European Public Policy, Volume 6, Issue 5, 1999, Pages 839 – 854.