K. Wojtyczek (ed.), “Public Law: Twenty Years After - The Public Law after 1989 from the Polish Perspective”
This is a work elaborated within the framework of a series of country books prepared on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the European Group of Public Law, depicting the evolution of Public Law in countries represented in the EGPL. With this series, the EGPL wishes to offer each country represented within it, the opportunity to present what its nationals members of the Group consider to be the most significant transformations or innovations that have taken place in their national legal system in the past 20 years, from both an empirical and a doctrinal perspective.
This publication encompasses 9 studies written by the young generation of Polish scholars and deals with selected issues considered as particularly important and interesting for the contemporary public law adopting a wider view of the different questions but always having in mind the twenty years of Poland’s democratic transition.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUMMARY / SOMMAIRE
Preface by K. WOJTYCZEK
CHAPTER 1 / CHAPITRE 1
M. FLORCZAK-WĄTOR, Transitional Justice in Poland
CHAPTER 2 / CHAPITRE 2
W. PŁOWIEC, Ius vs. Lex. Polish Way to the Rule of Law in the 1990s
CHAPTER 3 / CHAPITRE 3
B. BROŻEK / R. ZYZIK, The Theory and Practice of Lawmaking.
A Polish Perspective
CHAPTER 4 / CHAPITRE 4
W. JAKIMOWICZ, Interprétation du droit public
CHAPTER 5 / CHAPITRE 5
P. FLORJANOWICZ-BLACHUT / P. MIKULI,
Continental Public Law: Between Americanization and Germanization
CHAPTER 6 / CHAPITRE 6
N. PÓŁTORAK, Europeanisation of Public Law
as a Consequence of the Principle of Effectiveness of European Union Law
CHAPTER 7 / CHAPITRE 7
J. SZYMANEK, Contribution de la Pologne
à l’héritage juridique européen
CHAPTER 8 / CHAPITRE 8
K. WOJTYCZEK, Toward a Global Constitutional Space?
CHAPTER 9 / CHAPITRE 9
A. GROMELSKA, Economic Analysis of Law.
A Few Remarks from the Polish Perspective