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Protecting fundamental rights during financial crisis : supranational adjudication in the Council of Europe

Eva Brems (UGent)
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The financial crisis throughout Europe has led many countries to adopt austerity measures, some of which have imposed harsh costs on citizens. Fundamental rights provide one framework for assessing the impact of both the economic crisis and the austerity measures. Several studies have documented the effects of the crisis and austerity measures on fundamental rights, in particular economic and social rights such as the right to work, to social security, to housing, health and education, but also civil and political rights including the right of access to justice, and the freedom of assembly and expression.
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HRC, fundamental rights, financial crisis

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Brems, Eva. “Protecting Fundamental Rights during Financial Crisis : Supranational Adjudication in the Council of Europe.” Constitutions in Times of Financial Crisis, edited by Tom Ginsburg et al., Cambridge University Press, 2019, pp. 163–83.
APA
Brems, E. (2019). Protecting fundamental rights during financial crisis : supranational adjudication in the Council of Europe. In T. Ginsburg, M. Rosen, & G. Vanberg (Eds.), Constitutions in times of financial crisis (pp. 163–183). Great Britain: Cambridge University Press.
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Brems, Eva. 2019. “Protecting Fundamental Rights during Financial Crisis : Supranational Adjudication in the Council of Europe.” In Constitutions in Times of Financial Crisis, edited by Tom Ginsburg, Mark Rosen, and Georg Vanberg, 163–83. Great Britain: Cambridge University Press.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Brems, Eva. 2019. “Protecting Fundamental Rights during Financial Crisis : Supranational Adjudication in the Council of Europe.” In Constitutions in Times of Financial Crisis, ed by. Tom Ginsburg, Mark Rosen, and Georg Vanberg, 163–183. Great Britain: Cambridge University Press.
Vancouver
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Brems E. Protecting fundamental rights during financial crisis : supranational adjudication in the Council of Europe. In: Ginsburg T, Rosen M, Vanberg G, editors. Constitutions in times of financial crisis. Great Britain: Cambridge University Press; 2019. p. 163–83.
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E. Brems, “Protecting fundamental rights during financial crisis : supranational adjudication in the Council of Europe,” in Constitutions in times of financial crisis, T. Ginsburg, M. Rosen, and G. Vanberg, Eds. Great Britain: Cambridge University Press, 2019, pp. 163–183.
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  abstract     = {The financial crisis throughout Europe has led many countries to adopt austerity measures, some of which have imposed harsh costs on citizens. Fundamental rights provide one framework for assessing the impact of both the economic crisis and the austerity measures. Several studies have documented the effects of the crisis and
austerity measures on fundamental rights, in particular economic and social rights such as the right to work, to social security, to housing, health and education, but also civil and political rights including the right of access to justice, and the freedom of assembly and expression.},
  author       = {Brems, Eva},
  booktitle    = {Constitutions in times of financial crisis},
  editor       = {Ginsburg, Tom and Rosen, Mark and Vanberg, Georg},
  isbn         = {9781108492294},
  keywords     = {HRC,fundamental rights,financial crisis},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {163--183},
  publisher    = {Cambridge University Press},
  title        = {Protecting fundamental rights during financial crisis : supranational adjudication in the Council of Europe},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/9781108679404.009},
  year         = {2019},
}

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