RTG 2483/1: Dynamic Integration – Law in-between Harmonisation and Plurality in Europe (DynamInt)

Brexit, the currency crisis, the democratic deficit, the ‘two-speed Europe’ – in recent years, European integration has experienced repeated setbacks. The RTG “Dynamic Integration – Law in-between Harmonisation and Plurality in Europe (DynamInt)” aims to analyse disintegrative processes of this kind and the insistence on nation-state sovereignty from a legal perspective. The harmonisation and plurality of European law should be understood as equally important mechanisms of European integration.

Spokesperson
Ruffert, Matthias Prof. Dr. (Details) (Public Law / Public Law and European Law)

Other Team Members
Eifert, Martin Prof. Dr. (Details) (Public Law especially Administrative Law)
Grundmann, Stefan Prof. Dr. Dr. (Details) (German / European and International Private and Economic Law)
Heger, Martin Prof. Dr. (Details) (Criminal Law / Criminal Procedural Law / European Criminal Law and Modern Law History)
Hörnle, Tatjana Prof. Dr. (Details) (Criminal Law / Criminal Procedural Law, Legal Philosophy and Comparative Law)
Möllers, Christoph Prof. Dr. (Details) (Public Law especially Constitution Law and Legal Philosophy)
Wagner, Gerhard Prof. Dr. (Details) (Civil Law, Commercial Law and Economics)

Financer
DFG: Graduiertenkollegs

Duration of Project
Start date: 10/2019
End date: 03/2024

Research Areas
Public Law

Research Areas
Rechtswissenschaften

Last updated on 2020-04-09 at 08:34