Croatian Constitution and Economic and Monetary Integration in the EU: Report on Croatia for the Horizon 2020 Project 'EMU Choices: The Choice for Europe since Maastricht'

In S. Griller and E. Lentsch (eds.), EMU Integration and National Constitutions, Hart, 2020 Forthcoming

28 Pages Posted: 30 Apr 2020

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Iris Goldner Lang

University of Zagreb - Faculty of Law

Tamara Capeta

University of Zagreb - Faculty of Law

Date Written: April 24, 2020

Abstract

The aim of this contribution is to explain the Croatian constitutional setup and elaborate on the possible Constitution-based obstacles to furthering economic and monetary integration in the EU, with specific emphasis on the role of the Constitutional Court. Croatia is the newest EU Member State, and has still not joined the euro area, but retains the status of a Member State with a derogation. However, becoming part of the euro area is one of its policy priorities.

Suggested Citation

Goldner Lang, Iris and Capeta, Tamara, Croatian Constitution and Economic and Monetary Integration in the EU: Report on Croatia for the Horizon 2020 Project 'EMU Choices: The Choice for Europe since Maastricht' (April 24, 2020). In S. Griller and E. Lentsch (eds.), EMU Integration and National Constitutions, Hart, 2020 Forthcoming, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3584103

Iris Goldner Lang (Contact Author)

University of Zagreb - Faculty of Law ( email )

Trg Republike Hrvatske 14
Zagreb, 10000
Croatia

Tamara Capeta

University of Zagreb - Faculty of Law ( email )

Croatia

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