The Good Shepherd of Karlsruhe. The "Hartz IV" Decision on Unemployment Benefits and Social Allowances – A Good Example of Judicial Review by the Federal Constitutional Court?

Article in Edited Volumes


Publication Details

Author(s): Meßerschmidt K
Editor(s): Patricia Popelier/Armen Mazmanyan/Werner Vandenbruwaene
Title edited volumes: The Role of Constitutional Courts in Multilevel Governance
Publisher: Intersentia
Publishing place: Cambridge
Publication year: 2012
Title of series: Law and Cosmopolitan Values
Volume: 3
Pages range: 235-247
Language: English


FAU Authors / FAU Editors

Meßerschmidt, Klaus Dr.
Lehrstuhl für Steuerrecht und Öffentliches Recht


How to cite

APA:
Meßerschmidt, K. (2012). The Good Shepherd of Karlsruhe. The "Hartz IV" Decision on Unemployment Benefits and Social Allowances – A Good Example of Judicial Review by the Federal Constitutional Court? In Patricia Popelier/Armen Mazmanyan/Werner Vandenbruwaene (Eds.), The Role of Constitutional Courts in Multilevel Governance (pp. 235-247). Cambridge: Intersentia.

MLA:
Meßerschmidt, Klaus. "The Good Shepherd of Karlsruhe. The "Hartz IV" Decision on Unemployment Benefits and Social Allowances – A Good Example of Judicial Review by the Federal Constitutional Court?" The Role of Constitutional Courts in Multilevel Governance Ed. Patricia Popelier/Armen Mazmanyan/Werner Vandenbruwaene, Cambridge: Intersentia, 2012. 235-247.

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