|Author (Person)||Cafaggi, Fabrizio, Muir Watt, Horatio|
|Series Title||European Governance Papers (EUROGOV)|
|Series Details||No. N-07-02, March 20, 2007|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
The current debate on the desirability and modes of formation of European Private Law (“EPL”) is engaging a wide number of scholars and institutions. Current work concerns the search for a common core of EPL, the rationalisation of the acquis communautaire, the design of a European Civil Code. These ongoing projects raise at least two related questions concerning the challenges to Europeanisation of private law: First, what is the often implicit definition of private law standing behind the debate about the creation of EPL? Second, does the process of creation of EPL need some type of governance structure?
|Countries / Regions||Europe|