ABSTRACT. Considerable research attention has focused on the interaction between private international law and civil procedure, the discourse of European private law, the doctrinal, normative and conceptual shape of European private law, and the normative foundations of private law. The paper generates insights about the constitutionalization of European private law, the legal community of Europe, the Europeanization of private law, and the potential effects of legal rules on the functioning of markets for goods and services. pp. 113–118


Keywords: European private law, harmonization, normative, international 

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