Part I Multi-Dimensionality of European Constitutionalism
The many constitutions of Europe, Kaarlo Tuori;
default constitutionalism? A disquieting note on Europe's many constitutions, Emilios Christodoulidis;
onstitutionalism and the multi-coded treaties of the EU: changing the concepts of constitutionality, Inger-Johanne Sand;
onstitutional ideal types in the global age: a sociological review, Sabine Frerichs.
Part II Aspects of the Economic Constitution
European competition law: catalyst of integration and convergence, Milène Wegmann;
Failures or ideological preconceptions? Thoughts on two grand projects: the European constitution and the European civil code, Hans-W. Micklitz.
Part III Aspects of the Political Constitution
Multilevel constitutionalism: looking beyond the German debate, Neil Walker;
European constitutionalism and the democratic design of European governance: rethinking directly deliberative polyarchy and reflexive constitutionalism, Stijn Smismans;
Could the Court of Justice have done differently?, Suvi Sankari.
Part IV Aspects of the Social Constitution
Social constitution in historical perspective: Hugo Sinzheimer in the Weimar context, Sakari HÃ¤nninen;
Social rights and market freedom in the European constitution: a re-appraisal, Stefano Giubboni;
Constitutional issues in European health policy and practice, Meri Koivusalo;