Volume 15 (2014)

Volume 15 No 02


15 German Law Journal No. 2 (2014)

Special Issue – The OMT Decision of the German Federal Constitutional Court

Karlsruhe Makes a Referral
Udo Di Fabio

Rebel Without a Cause? A Critical Analysis of the German Constitutional Court’s OMT Reference
Franz C. Mayer

ECB, ECJ, Democracy, and the Federal Constitutional Court: Notes on the Federal Consitution Court’s Referral Order from 14 January 2014
Dietrich Murswiek

Don’t Act Beyond Your Powers: The Perils and Pitfalls of the German Constitutional Court’s Ultra Vires Review
Jürgen Bast

Beyond Symbolism: Towards a Constitutional Actio Popularis in EU Affairs? A Commentary on the OMT Decision of the Federal Constitutional Court
Klaus Ferdinand Gärditz

Rebel Without a Good Cause: Karlsruhe’s Misguided Attempt to Draw the CJEU into a Game of “Chicken” and What the CJEU Might do About It
Mattias Kumm

Questions and Answers: Karlsruhe’s Referral for a Preliminary Ruling to the Court of Justice of the European Union
Karsten Schneider

Friendly or Unfriendly Act? the “Historic” Referral of the Constitutional Court to the ECJ Regarding the ECB’s OMT Program
Alexander Thiele

Adjudicating Economics? Central Bank Independence and the Appropriate Standard of Judicial Review
Matthias Goldmann

Law Meets Economics in the German Federal Constitutional Court: Outright Monetary Transactions on Trial
Carsten Gerner-Beuerle, Esin Küçük, & Edmund Schuster

Karlsruhe Not Only Barks, But Finally Bites – Some Remarks on the OMT Decision of the German Constitutional Court
Niels Petersen

The German Federal Constitutional Court’s Ruling on Outright Monetary Transactions (OMT) – Another Step towards National Closure?
Dagmar Schiek

The Bundesverfassungsgericht Preliminary Reference on the OMT Program: “In the ECB We Do Not Trust. What About You?
Thomas Beukers

Blind Date Between Familiar Strangers: The German Constitutional Court Goes Luxembourg!
Asteris Pliakos & Georgios Anagnostaras