Jean Monnet Network on enforcement of EU law (EULEN)

Papers

JMN EULEN WORKING PAPER SERIES

We collect papers falling within the thematic scope of our network. Our aim is to promote scarce and dispersed knowledge on EU law enforcement across different sectors and jurisdictions to boost academic research in this area; to offer at this moment scarce reading materials in educational programmes; and to enrich the debate between academics and stakeholders involved in EU law enforcement.

Below is a selection of papers collected for our conferences:

EPPO

EPPO ONE YEAR IN ACTION: TOWARDS RESOLVING COMPLEXITY AND BRINGING ADDED VALUE (University of Luxembourg, 30 May – 1 June 2022)

  1. WP Series No. 01-22 The Rule of Law as a meta-principle and the emergence of a Law of execution in tax matters -Andreia Barbosa
  2. WP Series No. 02-22 Cooperative Compliance Measures to Prevent Organised Crime Infiltrations and the Protection of the EUs Financial interests – Birritteri and Tati
  3. WP Series No. 03-22 The role of the national investigating judge in EPPO proceedings – J. Graat
  4. WP Series No. 04-22 The gathering of e- evidence by the EPPO and the relevant admisibility issues – Katsanaki
  5. WP Series No. 05 European Commission’s Proposal for a new EU AML_CFT Authority – Koutsoupia
  6. WP Series No. 06-22 The anti-fraud measures in the recovery and resilience facility and in national recovery and resilience plans – Ruccia
  7. WP Series No. 07-22 Who investigates and prosecutes The scope of competences of EPPO – Dionyssoupoulou
  8. WP Series No. 08-22 Agencification of the PIF Sector – Added Value or Further Complexity Lost in the Labyrinth or Back to Basics – Nomikos
  9. WP Series No. 09-22 When EPPO meets customs A clash of enforcement strategies and procedural safeguards – Claes Franssen

MIGRATION

THE EU MIGRATION, BORDER MANAGEMENT AND ASYLUM REFORM IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE REFUGEE CRISIS: TOWARDS AN EFFECTIVE ENFORCEMENT (University of Deusto, Bilbao, 2-3 June 2022)

  1. WP Series No. 10-22 Separated Minors or the Dilemma Between General and Individual Interest in Migration Law Compliance – Petit de Gabriel
  2. WP Series No. 11-22 Crisis rhetoric and derogations from the AFSJ Is EU asylum policy discriminatory or does its implementation reflect the rule of law – Kienast
  3. WP Series No. 12- 22 Migration as an Instrument of Modern Political Warfare Cases of Turkey, Morocco and Belarus Miholjcic
  4. WP Series No. 13-22 Modern Slavery and Migrant Smuggling A Sustainable Development Conundrum – Szablewska
  5. WP Series No. 14-22 The European Parliament’s oversight of the agencies of the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. Where are we now and where are we heading – Ruiz Diaz
  6. WP Series No. 15-22 Which rule of law for EU migration agencies – Marin
  7. WP Series No. 16-22 THE RISE OF EU MIGRATION AGENCIES Striking a Balance Between Enforcement Needs and Access to Justice – Nicolosi Omicevic
  8. WP Series No. 17-22 Cooperation Initiatives by Member States with Third Countries for the Control of Migratory Flows The Case of the Memorandum between Malta and Libya – Calvo Mariscal
  9. WP Series No. 18-22 Building solidarity in the field of asylum from an abstract principle to an effective policy – Dos Santos Soares
  10. WP Series No. 19-22 Addressing migrant smuggling in the European Union. Challenges for a non-criminalized, coordinated and effective response – Jordana Santiago
  11. WP Series No. 20-22 The instrumentalization of the Syrian refugee crisis – Elif Sum
  12. WP Series No. 21-22 Enforcing Migration, Asylum and Border Management Policies through AI-based Tools What Role for the AFSJ Agencies – Vavoula
  13. WP Series No. 35-22 Migration as Diplomacy The Example of the EU – Guild

COMPETITION LAW

EU COMPETITION LAW ENFORCEMENT: CHALLENGES TO BE OVERCOME (University of Warsaw, 27 May 2022)

  1. WP Series No. 22-22 The Resurrection of the Comfort Letter – Back to the Future – Unekbas
  2. WP Series No. 23-22 Section 19a GWB as the German Lex GAFA – Bauermeister
  3. WP Series No. 24-22 Why do Competition Authorities need Artificial Intelligence – Lorenzoni
  4. WP Series No. 25-22 Intel, iiyama and Air Cargo Far-Reaching Extraterritorial Application of EU Competition Law – Martyniszyn
  5. WP Series No. 26-22 Leave it to the experts a call for competition expert lay judges in private enforcement of competition law – Hornkohl
  6. WP Series No. 27-22 – National competition law – time to say goodbye – Dobosz
  7. WP Series No. 28-22 The digital economy as a threat to the private enforcement of competition law – Mouton
  8. WP Series No. 29-22 Enforcement of Competition Law in Times of Crisis Is Guided Self-Assessment the Answer- Wardhaugh
  9. WP Series No. 32-22 Judicial Interpretation and Competition Rules Excessively Stringent Standard of Proof as a Threat for Effectiveness of Competition Law – Pecotic Kaufman
  10. WP Series No. 33-22 Competition law enforcement in Ukraine challenges from online giants- Gerasyemenko Mazaraki
  11. WP Series No. 34-22The Role of National Authorities in the Digital Markets Act – Carugati