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  1. 2018
  2. Published
  3. Published
    Kuijper, P. J., Amtenbrink, F., Curtin, D. M., de Witte, B., McDonnell, A., & van den Bogaert, S. C. G. (Eds.) (2018). The Law of the European Union. (5 ed.) Deventer: Wolters Kluwer.
  4. 2017
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    Beukers, T. W. B., de Witte, B., & Kilpatrick, C. (Eds.) (2017). Constitutional change through Euro-crisis law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  7. Published
    Beukers, T. W. B., de Witte, B., & Kilpatrick, C. (2017). Constitutional change through Euro-crisis law: Taking stock, new perspectives and looking ahead. In T. Beukers, B. De Witte, & C. Kilpatrick (Eds.), Constitutional change through Euro-crisis law (pp. 1-24). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  8. Published
    de Witte, B. (2017). Sources and the subjects of international law: The European Union's semi-autonomous system of sources. In S. Besson, & J. d'Aspremont (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the Sources of International law (pp. 769-786). (Oxford Handbooks). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  9. Published
    Muir, E., & de Witte, B. (2017). The procedural and institutional dimension of EU anti-discrimination law. In L. S. Rossi, & F. Casolari (Eds.), The principle of equality in EU law (pp. 133-149). Cham: Springer.
  10. Published
    de Witte, B. (2017). Variable geometry and differentiation as structural features of the EU legal order. In B. De Witte, A. Ott, & E. Vos (Eds.), Between flexibility and disintegration: The trajectory of differentiation in EU law (pp. 9-27). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  11. 2016
  12. Published
    de Witte, B., Mayoral, J. A., Jaremba, U., Wind, M., & Podstawa, K. (2016). National courts and EU law: New issues, theories and methods. (Judicial review and cooperation). Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  13. Published
    Imamovic, S., Claes, M., & de Witte, B. (2016). The EU Fundamental Rights Landscape After Opinion 2/13. (Maastricht Faculty of Law Working Papers). Maastricht: Maastricht University.
  14. Published
    de Witte, B. (2016). The preliminary ruling dialogue: three types of questions posed by the national courts. In B. de Witte, J. A. Mayoral, U. Jaremba, M. de Wind, & K. Podstawa (Eds.), National courts and EU law. New issues, theories and methods (pp. 15-25). (Judicial review and cooperation). Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  15. 2015
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  17. Published
    de Witte, B., & Vadi, V. (2015). Culture and international economic law. (Routledge Research in International Economic Law). Abingdon: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
  18. Published
    de Witte, B. (2015). Market integration and cultural diversity in EU law. In V. Vadi, & B. D. Witte (Eds.), Culture and international economic law (pp. 193-207). Abingdon: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
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  20. Published
    de Witte, B., & Dawson, M. (2015). Welfare policy and social inclusion. In A. Arnull, & D. Chalmers (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of European Union law (pp. 964-990). (Oxford Handbooks in Law). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  21. 2014
  22. Published
  23. Published
    de Witte, B. (2014). A selfish court? The Court of Justice and the design of international dispute settlement beyond the European Union. In M. Cremona, & A. Thies (Eds.), The European Court of Justice and external relations law: constitutional challenges (pp. 33-46). (Modern Studies in European Law). Oxford: Hart.
  24. Published
    de Witte, B. (2014). Article 53 - Level of protection. In S. Peers, T. Hervey, J. Kenner, & A. Ward (Eds.), The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: a commentary (pp. 1523-1538). Oxford: Hart.
  25. Published
    de Witte, B. (2014). Beyond the accession agreement: five Items for the European Union's human rights agenda. In V. Kosta, N. Skoutaris, & V. P. Tzevelekos (Eds.), The EU accession to the ECHR (pp. 349-355). (Modern Studies in European Law). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  26. Published
    de Witte, B. (2014). EU law: Is it International law? In C. Barnard, & S. Peers (Eds.), European Union law (pp. 174-195). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  27. Published
    de Witte, B. (2014). Internal market law and national language policies. In K. Purnhagen, & P. Rott (Eds.), Varieties of European economic law and regulation. Liber amicorum for Hans Micklitz (pp. 419-435). (Studies in European economic law and regulation). Cham Heidelberg New York Dordrecht London: Springer.
  28. Published
    de Witte, B. (2014). Linguistic minorities in Western Europe: expansion of rights without (much) litigation. In D. Anagnostou (Ed.), Rights and courts in pursuit of social change: legal mobilisation in the multi-level European system (pp. 27-52). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
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  31. 2013
  32. Published
    Dawson, M., Muir, E., & de Witte, B. (2013). Editorial: The European Court of Justice has a political actor. In M. Dawson, E. Muir, & B. Witte (Eds.), Judicial activism at the European Court of Justice (pp. 1-10). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  33. Published
    de Witte, B. (2013). European Union law: a unified academic discipline? In B. D. Witte, & A. Vauchez (Eds.), Lawyering Europe - European law as a transnational social field (pp. 101-116). Oxford: Hart Publihsing.
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  36. Published
    de Witte, B., & Vauchez, A. (2013). Lawyering Europe - European law as a transnational social field. (Modern Studies in European Law). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  37. Published
    de Witte, B. (2013). Tensions in the multilevel protection of fundamental rights. The meaning of Article 53 EU Charter. In A. Silveira, M. Canotilho, & P. Madeira Froufe (Eds.), Citizenship and solidarity in the European Union. From the Charter of Fundamental Rights to the crisis (pp. 205-217). (Euroclio; No. 77). Brussels: P.I.E. Peter Lang.
  38. Published
  39. Published
    de Witte, B. (2013). The elusive unity of the EU legal order after Maastricht. In M. D. Visser, & A. P. V. D. Mei (Eds.), The Treaty on European Union 1993-2013: Reflections from Maastricht (pp. 53-76). (Ius Commune Europaeum; No. 123). Antwerp: Intersentia.
  40. Published
    de Witte, B., Héritier, A., & Trechsel, A. (2013). The Euro crisis and the state of European democracy. Florence: European University Institute (e-book).
  41. Published
    de Witte, B. (2013). The impact of 'Van Gend en Loos' on judicial protection at European and national level: three types of preliminary questions. In A. Tizzano, J. Kokott, & S. Prechal (Eds.), 50th Anniversary of the judgment in Van Gend en Loos 1963-2013 (pp. 93-101). Luxembourg: Office des publications de l'Union européenne.
  42. Published
  43. Published
    de Witte, B., & Thies, A. (2013). Why choose Europe? The place of the European Union in the architecture of international legal cooperation. In B. Van Vooren, S. Blockmans, J. Wouters, & J. V. Vooren (Eds.), The EU's Role in Global Governance - The Legal Dimension (pp. 23-38). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  44. 2012
  45. Published
    de Witte, B. (2012). A competence to protect: the pursuit of non-market aims through internal market legislation. In P. Syrpis (Ed.), The judiciary, the legislator and the internal market (pp. 25-46). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
  46. Published
    de Witte, B. (2012). Democratic adjudication in Europe. How can the European Court of Justice be responsive to the citizens? In M. Dougan, N. Shuibhne, & E. Spaventa (Eds.), Empowerment and disempowerment of the European citizen (pp. 129-144). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  47. Published
  48. Published
    Dawson, M., & de Witte, B. (2012). The EU legal framework of social inclusion and social protection: between the Lisbon Treaty and the Lisbon strategy. In B. Cantillon, H. Verschueren, & P. Ploscar (Eds.), Social inclusion and social protection: interactions between policy and law (pp. 41-70). (Law & Cosmopolitan Values; No. 2). Antwerp: Intersentia.
  49. Published
    Micklitz, H-W., & de Witte, B. (2012). The European Court of Justice and the autonomy of the member states. Antwerp/Cambridge: Intersentia.
  50. Published
    Claes, M., & de Witte, B. (2012). The role of national constitutional courts in the European legal space. In P. Popelier, A. Mazmanyan, & W. Vandenbruwaene (Eds.), The role of courts in a context of multi-level governance (pp. 79-104). (Law & Cosmopolitan Values; No. 3). Antwerp: Intersentia.
  51. Published
    de Witte, B. (2012). Treaty revision procedures after Lisbon. In A. Biondi, P. Eeckhout, & S. Ripley (Eds.), EU law after Lisbon (pp. 107-127). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  52. 2011
  53. Published
    de Witte, B. (2011). Changing the Rules of Change - European Treaty Revisions after the Lisbon Treaty. In J. H. Reestman, & E. al. (Eds.), De regels en het spel. Opstellen over recht, filosofie, literatuur en geschiedenis aangeboden aan Tom Eijsbouts (pp. 443-454). Den Haag: T.M.C. Asser Press.
  54. Published
    de Witte, B. (2011). Direct effect, primacy, and the nature of the legal order. In P. Craig, & G. D. Búrca (Eds.), The evolution of EU law (pp. 323-362). (2nd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  55. Published
    de Witte, B. (2011). European Union law: a common core or a fragmented academic discipline? In Educating European lawyers (pp. 19-41). (Ius Commune Europaeum; No. 98). Antwerp: Intersentia.
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  57. Published
    de Witte, B. (2011). Language rights: the interaction between domestic and European developments. In A. L. Kjaer, & S. Adamo (Eds.), Linguistic diversity and European democracy (pp. 167-188). Farnham: Ashgate.
  58. Published
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