List of Publications

Ten Characteristic English-Language Publications

  • Daniel Thym and Kay Hailbronner (eds.), EU Immigration and Asylum Law. Article-by-Article Commentary, 3rd edition (C.H. Beck/Hart/Nomos, 2022), including four introductory chapters covering 156 pages altogether.
  • ‘Supranational Courts in Europe. A Moderately Communitarian Turn in the Case Law on Immigration and Citizenship’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 47 (2021), 4534-4551.
  • ‘Friendly Takeover, or: the Power of the “First Word”. The German Constitutional Court Embraces the Charter of Fundamental Rights as a Standard of Domestic Judicial Review’, European Constitutional Law Review 16 (2020), 187-212.
  • ‘European Realpolitik: Legislative Uncertainties und Operational Pitfalls of the ‘New’ Pact on Migration and Asylum’, EU Immigration and Asylum Law Blog on 28 September 2020.
  • ‘Between “Administrative Mindset” and “Constitutional Imagination”. The Role of the Court of Justice in Immigration, Asylum and Border Control Policy’, European Law Review 44 (2019), 138-158.

Editorial Responsibility

  • Member of the Management Board of the European Papers – Carnets européens – Cuadernos Europeos – Quaderni europei (since 2020).
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Zeitschrift für Ausländerrecht und Ausländerpolitik [Journal for Immigration Law and Policy] (since 2011).
  • EU Immigration and Asylum Law. Article-by-Article Commentary, 3rd edition (C.H. Beck/Hart/Nomos, 2022), together with Kay Hailbronner.
  • Reforming the Common European Asylum System. Opportunities, Pitfalls, and Downsides of the Commission Proposals for a New ‘Pact’ on Migration and Asylum (Nomos, 2022), together with the Odysseus Academic Network.
  • Research Handbook on European Union Citizenship Law and Policy (Elgar, 2022), together with Dora Kostakopoulou.
  • Member of the Advisory Board von European Law Open (seit 2022).
  • Special Series of the EU Immigration and Asylum Law Blog of the Odysseus Academic Network: New Pact on Migration And Asylum with 19 blogposts written by experts from across Europe, published between September 2020 and March 2021.
  • Questioning EU Citizenship. Judges and the Limits of Free Movement and Solidarity in the EU (Bloomsbury/Hart, 2017).
  • Special Issue: ‘Searching for Solidarity in the EU Asylum and Border Policies. Constitutional and Operational Dimensions’, Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 24 (2017), Issue 5, together with Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi.
  • Member of the Editorial Team of the European Law Journal – Review of European Law in Context with primary responsibility for book reviews (2006–19).
  • Member of the International Scientific Advisory Board des Scientific Committee Diritto, Immigrazione e Cittadinanza (since 2018).
  • EU Immigration and Asylum Law. Commentary, 2nd edition (C.H. Beck/Hart/Nomos, 2016) together with Kay Hailbronner.
  • Rights of Third-Country Nationals under EU Association Agreements. Degrees of Free Movement and Citizenship (Brill Nijhoff, 2015) together with Margarite Zoeteweij-Turhan.
  • Europe – A Continent of Immigration? Legal Challenges in the Construction of European Migration Policy. Europe: Un continent d'immigration? Défis légaux juridiques dans la construction de la politique européenne de migration (Bruylant, 2011) together with Francis Snyder.
  • Peer Review amongst others for: European Law Journal, European Constitutional Law Review, European Journal of Migration and Law, Journal of European Public Policy, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, International Migration, Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, European Law Review.

Journal Articles

Contributions to Edited Volumes

 

  • ‘Constitutional Framework and Principles for Interpretation’, in: Daniel Thym and Kay Hailbronner (eds.), EU Immigration and Asylum Law. Article-by-Article Commentary, 3rd edition (C.H. Beck/Hart/Nomos, 2022), pp. 1-45.
    -‘Legal Framework for Entry and Border Controls’, in: ibid., pp. 47-83.
    -‘Legal Framework for EU Immigration Policy’, in: ibid., pp. 271-299.
    -‘Long Term Resident Directive 2003/109/EC’, in: ibid., pp. 540-641.
    -‘Legal Framework for EU Asylum Policy’, in: ibid., pp. 1129-1176.
  • ‘Article 71, 72, 77 and 78 TFEU’, in: Hermann-Josef Blanke and Stelio Mangiameli (eds.),
    Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. A Commentary, Volume 1 (Springer, 2021), pp. 1405-1409, 1451-1489.
  •  ‘Deciphering the Role of Migration Law in the Social Construction of “Otherness”’, in: Moritz Jesse (ed.): European Societies, Migration and the Law. The ‘Others’ amongst ‘Us’ (CUP, 2020), pp. 323-355.
  • ‘Immigration after Brexit. Ironies and Challenges’, in: Ingolf Pernice/Ana Maria Guerra Martins (eds.): Brexit and the Future of EU Politics. A Constitutional Law Perspective (Nomos, 2019), pp. 185-197 (together with Mattias Wendel).
     
  • ‘Enhanced Cooperation within the Union’, in: Takis Tridimas/Robert Schütze (eds.): The Oxford Principles of European Union Law (OUP, 2018), pp. 847-83.
  • ‘The Evolution of Citizens’ Rights in Light of the EU’s Constitutional Development’, in: Daniel Thym (ed.): Questioning EU Citizenship (Bloomsbury/Hart, 2017), pp. 111-34.
  • ‘Introduction: The Judicial Deconstruction of Union Citizenship’, in: Daniel Thym (ed.): Questioning EU Citizenship (Bloomsbury/Hart, 2017), pp. 1–14.
  • ‘Conclusion: The Non-Simultaneous Evolution of Citizens’ Rights’, in: Daniel Thym (ed.): Questioning EU Citizenship (Bloomsbury/Hart, 2017), pp. 309–22 (together with Dora Kostakopoulou).
  • ‘Frontiers of EU Citizenship. Three Trajectories and their Methodological Foundations’, in: Dimitry Kochenov (eds.): EU Citizenship and Federalism. The Role of Rights (CUP, 2017), pp. 705–30.
  • ‘Competing Models for Understanding Differentiated Integration’, in: Bruno de Witte/Andrea Ott/Ellen Vos (eds.): Between Flexibility and Disintegration. The State of EU Law Today (Elgar, 2017), pp. 28–75.
  • ‘Ambiguities of Personhood, Citizenship, Migration and Fundamental Rights in EU Law’, in: Loïc Azoulai/Ségolène Barbou des Places/Etienne Pataut (eds.): Constructing the Person. Rights, Roles, Identities in EU Law (Bloomsbury/Hart, 2016), pp. 111–31.
  • ‘Family as Link. Explaining the Judicial Change of Direction on Residence Rights of Family Members from Third States’, in: Herwig Verschueren (eds.): Residence, Employment and Social Rights of Mobile Persons. On How EU Law Defines Where They Belong (Intersentia, 2016), pp. 11–38.
  • ‘The Constitutional Dimension of Public Policy Justifications’, in: Panos Koutrakos/Niamh Nic Shuibhne/Phil Syrpis (eds.): Exceptions from EU Free Movement Law. Derogation, Justification and Proportionality (Bloomsbury/Hart, 2016), pp. 171–89.
  • ‘Ambiguities of Personhood, Citizenship, Migration and Fundamental Rights in EU Law’, in: Loïc Azoulai/Ségolène Barbou des Places/Etienne Pataut (eds.): Ideas of the Person and Personhood in European Union Law (Hart, 2016), in print.
  • ‘Constitutional Framework and Principles for Interpretation’, in: Kay Hailbronner/Daniel Thym (eds.): EU Immigration and Asylum Law. Commentary, 2nd edition (C.H. Beck/Hart/Nomos, 2016), pp. 1–29 (together with Kay Hailbronner).
  • ‘Legal Framework for Entry and Border Controls’, in: ibid., pp. 31–51.
  • ‘Legal Framework for EU Immigration Policy’, in: ibid., pp. 271–99.
  • ‘Long Term Resident Directive 2003/109/EC’, in: ibid., pp. 427–519. 
  • ‘Legal Framework for EU Asylum Policy’, in: ibid., pp. 1012–42 (together with Kay Hailbronner).
  • ‘Constitutional Foundations of the Judgments on the EEC-Turkey Association Agreement’, in: Daniel Thym/Margarite Zoeteweij-Turhan (eds.): Rights of Third-Country Nationals under EU Association Agreements. Degrees of Free Movement and Citizenship (Brill Nijhoff, 2015), pp. 13–38.
  • ‘Introduction: Free Movement between Membership and Partnership’, in: ibid., pp. 1–10 (together with Margarite Zoeteweij-Turhan).
  • ‘Residence as de facto Citizenship? Protection of Long-Term Residence under Article 8 ECHR’, in: Ruth Rubio-Marin (ed.): Human Rights and Immigration (OUP, 2014), pp. 106-44.
  • ‘Transfer Agreements for Pirates concluded by the EU – a Case Study on the Human Rights Accountability of the European Security and Defence Policy’, in: Panos Koutrakos/Achilles Skordas (eds.): The Law and Practice of Piracy at Sea (Hart, 2014), pp. 167-81.
  • ‘Germany’, in: Ulla Neergaard/Catherine Jacqueson/Nina Holst-Christensen (eds.): Union Citizenship: Development, Impact and Challenges. The XXVI FIDE Congress in Copenhagen (DJØF, 2014), pp. 569-86 (together with Christoph Schönberger).
  • Hermann-Josef Blanke/Stelio Mangiameli (eds.): Commentary on the Treaty on European Union (Springer, 2013): Article 33 TEU (EU Special Representatives), Article 38 (Political and Security Committee) and Article 42 Abs. 7 (Mutual Defence).
  • ‘Towards “Real” Citizenship? The Judicial Construction of Union Citizenship and its Limits’, in: Maurice Adams/Johan Meeusen/Gert Straetmans/Henri de Waele (eds.): Judging Europe’s Judges. The Legitimacy of the Case Law of the European Court of Justice Examined (Hart, 2013), pp. 155-74.
  • 'Towards International Migration Governance? The European Contribution', in: Bart Van Vooren/Steven Blockmans/Jan Wouters (eds.): The EU’s Role in Global Governance. The Legal Dimension (OUP, 2013), pp. 289-305.
  • ‘Attack or Retreat? Evolving Themes and Strategies of the Judicial Dialogue between the German Constitutional Court and the European Court of Justice’, in: Catherine van de Heyning/Maartje de Visser (eds.): Constitutional Conversations in Europe – Actors, Topics and Procedures (Intersentia, 2012), pp. 235-50.
  • ‘The Intergovernmental Branch of the EU’s Foreign Affairs Executive. Reflections on the Political and Security Committee (PSC) in the Age of the Lisbon Treaty’, in: Hermann-Josef Blanke/Stelio Mangiameli (eds.): The European Union after Lisbon. Constitutional Basis, Economic Order and External Action (Springer, 2011), pp. 517-32.
  • ‘From Ultra-Vires-Control to Constitutional-Identity-Review: The Lisbon Judgment of the German Constitutional Court’, in: Ingolf Pernice/José María Beneyto (eds.): Europe’s Constitutional Challenges in the Light of the Recent Case Law of National Constitutional Courts. Lisbon and Beyond (Nomos, 2011), pp. 31-44.
  • ‘Introduction and Acknowledgments’, in: Daniel Thym/Francis Snyder (Hrsg.): Europe – A Continent of Immigration? Legal Challenges in the Construction of European Migration Policy (Bruylant, 2011), pp. 1-12 (together with Francis Snyder).
  • Foreign Affairs’, in: Armin von Bogdandy/Jürgen Bast (eds.): Principles of European Constitutional Law, 2nd edition (Hart, 2009), pp. 309-43.
  • ‘Parliamentary Involvement in European International Relations’, in: Marise Cremona/Bruno de Witte (eds.): EU Foreign Relations Law: Constitutional Fundamentals (Hart, 2008), pp. 201-32.
  • ‘Interregional Cooperation in Crisis Management: EU support for the AU, ASEAN and other Regional Organisations’, in: Steven Blockmans (ed.): The European Union and International Crisis Management: Legal and Policy Aspects (CUP/T.M.C. Asser, 2008), pp. 277-90.
  • ‘Parliamentary Control of EU Decision-Making in Germany: Supportive Federal Scrutiny and Restrictive Regional Action’, in: Olaf Tans/Carla Zoethout/Jan Peters (eds.): National Parliaments and European Democracy. A Bottom-Up Approach to European Constitutionalism (Europa Law Publishing, 2007), pp. 47-72.
  • ‘‘United in Diversity’ – The Integration of Enhanced Co-operation into the European Constitutional Order’, in: Philipp Dann/Michał Rynkowski (eds.): The Unity of the European Constitution (Springer, 2006), pp. 357-75.
  • ‘Reforming Europe's Common Foreign and Security Policy’, in: Francis Snyder (ed.): L'Union européenne et la governance – The European Union and Governance (Bruylant, 2003), pp. 271-94.
  • ‘European Constitutional Theory and the Post-Nice Process’, in: Mads Andenas/John Usher (eds.): The Treaty of Nice and Beyond – Enlargement and Constitutional Reform (Hart, 2003), pp. 147-80.

Online Contributions and Miscellaneous

Book reviews

  • ‘EU External Migration Policies in an Era of Global Mobilities. Intersecting Policy Universes (Sergio Carrera, Leonhard den Hertog, Marion Panizzon and Dora Kostakopoulou)’, Common Market Law Review 57 (2020), 1311-1313.
  • ‘Review: Research Handbook on EU Administrative Law (Carol Harlow, Paivi Leino and Giacinto della Cananea)‘, Common Market Law Review 55 (2018), 687-689.
     
  • ‘Préserver le respect du droit dans la crise: la Cour de justice, le MES et le Mythe du déclin de la communauté de droit’, Cahiers de droit européen 48 (2012), 733-757 (together with Mattias Wendel).
  • ‘Court of Justice of the European Union: Case C-34/09, Gerardo Ruiz Zambrano v. Office national de l’emploi (ONEm), Judgment of 8 March 2011’, Common Market Law Review 48 (2011), 1253–70 (together with Kay Hailbronner).
  • Review: Research Handbook on EU Administrative Law (Carol Harlow, Paivi Leino and Giacinto della Cananea)‘, Common Market Law Review 55 (2018), 687-689.
  • ‘Review: European Security Law (Edited by Martin Trybus and Nigel White)’, European Law Review 33 (2008), 131-4.
  • ‘Review: Principles of European Law (Edited by Armin von Bogdandy and Jürgen Bast)’, Common Market Law Review 44 (2007), 387-9.
  • ‘Review: Repräsentation und Kompetenzverteilung (Florian Sander)’, Common Market Law Review 44 (2007), 206-9.
  • ‘Review: European Constitutionalism beyond the State (Edited by Joseph H.H. Weiler and Marlene Wind)’, International Journal for Constitutional Law 4 (2006), 174-9.
  • ‘Review: Bindung der Mitgliedstaaten an die Gemeinschaftsgrundrechte (Frauke Brosius-Gersdorf)’, Common Market Law Review 43 (2006), 1772-3.
  • ‘Review: Europe’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (Edited by Neil Walker)’, European Law Review 30 (2005), 444-6.

German Publications

See the overview of all publications, incl. German publications.