New dimensions open up for comparative constitutional scholarship due to European integration, not least because it shakes traditional ways of undertaking constitutional scholarship. One challenge is the project of creating a European research area, including the humanities, social sciences, and legal scholarship,1 in order to foster research through new opportunities and increased competition, as it happened with the Single European Market. More contact and more confrontation imply more comparison, and the establishment of the new area leads to questioning...
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