The volume is useful reading for an academic, professional and policy audience. Each of the essays is well-organized internally, with clear and appealing structures...an exciting and well-timed contribution to the growing legal scholarship on the relationships between law and new governance.Mark FlearCommon Market Law ReviewVolume 44, issue 6This book is an impressive exercise in comparative law...the real strength of this book is the case studies.The conceptual chapters would stand on their own as interesting academic contributions to the subject.John TownsendKing's Law JournalVolume 18, Issue 1, 2007This is..a book with a subject-matter that is highly variedIt also provides a rich source of ideas and references to further reflective literature, so that the individual chapters will be extremely useful for those working in the cognate fields concerned...the work provokes a host of questions and will undoubtedly fuel many further enquires.Evelyn EllisPublic Law2006The meeting in this book of academic experts from either side of the Atlantic provides a range of essays based on real cases studied, examined from different backgrounds - thereby enabling readers to gain better understanding of this new, evasive form of governance which is at work in the process of evolving the European Union.Frederik RonseEuropean Library, No 9262/699September 2006an important contribution to a rapidly growing scholarly, administrative, political and economic debateThe strength of this collection are its contributors, who have already shaped some key concepts of the debate and brought forth some of the most influential criticism of recent developmentsthis book challenges our understanding of law and constitutionalism in the EU and the US, and it can well serve as a starting and focal point for further and deeper discourse on new governance. Christoph KonrathThe Law and Politics Book Review, Vol 16, No 11Oct 06...this volume represents a cogent attempt to bring a big-picture perspective to a vast number of discrete developments within the EU...International and Comparative Law Quarterly
About the Author
Grainne de Burca is Professor of Law at Fordham Law School, New York.Joanne Scott is Professor of European Law at University College, London.