Euro Crisis Project
Thomas Beukers has been coordinator of the Constitutional Change through Euro Crisis Law at the EUI Law Department Project (2013-2015)
This project is a study of the impact of Euro Crisis Law (by which we mean the legal instruments adopted at European or international level in reaction to the Eurozone crisis) on the national legal and constitutional structures of the 28 Member States of the European Union. The study has the following objectives:
- To provide an open-access research tool, based on a set of reports for each Member State, that constitutes an excellent basis for further, especially comparative, studies of the legal status and implementation of Euro Crisis Law at national level, the interactions between national legal systems and Euro Crisis law and the constitutional challenges that have been faced;
- To investigate the impact of Euro Crisis Law on the constitutional balance of powers at national level;
- To highlight the effects of Euro Crisis Law on the protection of fundamental and social rights at national level;
- To provide an overview of Euro Crisis Law literature and a collection of relevant official documents in the Member States.