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Swedish Studies in European Law - Volume 2

Editor(s): Per Cramér, Thomas Bull
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Published: 14-02-2008
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 292
ISBN: 9781847314093
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Swedish Studies in European Law
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About Swedish Studies in European Law - Volume 2

The Swedish Network for European Legal Studies is happy to announce the second volume in this new series of annual publications which acts as a forum for the publication of studies on European law by Swedish scholars. The annual contains peer-reviewed articles aimed at spreading Swedish legal research on European law to a wide international audience. The editors of the yearbook are Professor Per Cramér and Associate Professor Thomas Bull. The articles in the volume are concerned with European law, its development, impact and reform; furthermore they are original, analytical contributions to doctrinal debates and questions, by legal researchers mainly, but not exclusively, connected with the Swedish universities.

Table Of Contents

1. The Asylum System, Migrant Networks and the Informal Labour Market
Gregor Noll

2. European Legal Strategies to Global Environmental Cooperation
Jonas Ebbesson

3. The Complications of Formulating a National Environmental Action Plan
Filip Bladini

4. A European Res Publica
Ola Zetterquist

5. Inter-Institutional Bargaining in the EU: Comitology and Financial Services
Josefin Almer

6. Articles 235/288, Section 2, EC Treaty: Still of Constitutional Importance, if There Ever Were Any?
Göran Lysén

7. 2005-The Year when European Law and its Supremacy was Finally Acknowledged by Swedish Courts
Joakim Nergelius

8. Interpretation of the Trade Mark Directive
Lars Pehrson

9. Legal Consequences of Changed Rules on Companies' Capital
Lars Henriksson

10. The EC Court of Justice and the Swedish Monopolies-An Analysis of the Case Law on State Monopolies
Martin Johansson

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