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European Union Law for the Twenty-First Century: Volume 2

Rethinking the New Legal Order

Editor(s): Professor Paul Matthews, Paolisa Nebbia
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Published: 06-12-2004
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 448
ISBN: 9781841134604
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Essays in European Law
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP: £85.00
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About European Union Law for the Twenty-First Century: Volume 2

This book, to be published in two volumes, is based on the contributions made to the W.G. Hart Workshop 2003. It contains more than forty contributions by leading experts seeking to assess the state of development of EU law some fifty years after the establishment of the Communities and contribute to the current debate on the European Constitution. The second volume focuses on challenges in the field of the internal market and external relations, looking at diverse areas of European Law, including free movement, competition law and merger control, public procurement, consumer law, enlargement, WTO, third country nationals, sex equality ets.

Authors include: Tony Arnull, George Bermann, Marise Cremona, Paul Craig, Eileen Denza, Piet Eeckhout, Koen Lenaerts, Steve Peers, Wulf-Henning Roth, Francis Snyder, Erika Szyszczak, Takis Tridimas and Stephen Weatherill.

Table Of Contents

1. Introduction
Takis Tridimas and Paolisa Nebbia

2. Why Harmonise?
Stephen Weatherill

3. Export of Goods and Services within the Single Market: Reflections on the Scope of Articles 29 and 49 EC
Wulf-Henning Roth

4. And Then There Were Two: Products and Citizens in Community Law
Jukka Snell

5. EMU and Financial Services
John Usher

6. Internal Market and the Harmonisation of European Contract Law
Paolisa Nebbia

7. The Development of the Ex-ante Control Mechanism Regarding Implementation of the Internal Market
Rodolphe Munoz

8. The Member States' Powers to Adopt Emergency Measures in the Context of the Genetically Modified Food/Feed Regulation
Sara Poli

9. At the Borderline between Community and Member States' Competence: The Triple-Exceptional Character of Article 297 EC
Martin Trybus

10. Competition and Free Movement: Their Place in the Treaty
Peter Oliver

11. New Directions in EC Competition Law
Giorgio Monti

12. The Future of Merger Control in the EC
Penelope Kent, Vicky Allsopp and Penny English

13. State Intervention and the Internal Market
Erika Szyszczak

14. Competition and Protected Services in the EU: Abuse of Dominance by Public Sector Undertakings and the Onward March of Article 86
Dermot Cahill

15. Justifying State Aid: The Financing of Services of General Economic Interest
Andrea Biondi

16. State Aids and Bankruptcy
Dimitris N Triantafyllou

17. Public Procurement and the Internal Market of the Twenty-First Century: Economic Exercise versus Policy Choice
Christopher Bovis

18. The Institutional Architecture of the European Social Model
Brian Bercusson

19. The Future of Sex Equality
Eugenia Caracciolo di Torella and Annick Masselot

20. Partnership Rights, Migration and EC Law
Helen Toner

21. The Race Directive, Institutional Racism and Third Country Nationals
Fernne Brennan

22. Bio-Rights, Common Values and Constitutional Strategies
Susan Millns

23. Biomedicine, Bioethics and the European Union
Melanie Latham

Reviews

“…anyone interested in the evolution of EC and EU law will benefit greatly from these two volumes, which capture many of the major debates in European law at one particular point in time.” –  A.M. McDonnell, Common Market Law Review

“All the different, varied and in-depth contributions make for a precious document for all those interested in the themes covered.” –  Bulletin Quotidien Europe

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