Pittsburgh Papers on the European Union is a free-standing scholarly papers series promoting investigation of the contemporary and historical dynamics of the European Union from all disciplines. Under the editorship of Professor Alberta Sbragia, Vice-Provost for Graduate Studies at the University of Pittsburgh, this e-journal is devoted to disseminating current research on the European Union, including its domestic, regional, and global contexts, transnational relations among new and long-standing members, accession states, and candidate members of the EU. Contributing authors include scholars and practitioners working in the United States, Europe, and elsewhere and at all career levels. All published submissions have been subject to double blind anonymous review. Papers are published individually, allowing for somewhat longer manuscripts, and are available free of charge through the Open Access e-journal platform. Metadata for the materials published in the Pittsburgh Papers will be available for harvesting by internet search engines, allowing for greater access by researchers worldwide. In addition, subject to permissions, authors are able to include links to documents, documentary collections, videos, or other allowable sources of electronically available information.
Vol 2, No 1 (2013)
Table of Contents
|General Principles of EU Law: The Ghost in the Platonic Heaven in Need of Conceptual Clarification|