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The Role of Competitors in the Enforcement of State Aid Law

By: Fernando Pastor-Merchante
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Published: 20-04-2017
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 232
ISBN: 9781509906598
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Hart Studies in Competition Law
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
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About The Role of Competitors in the Enforcement of State Aid Law

This book explores the tools that the European rules on State aid place in the hands of competitors when it comes to fighting subsidies and other state measures of financial assistance to firms. In order to do so, the book scrutinises the means of redress available to competitors before national courts (private enforcement), as well as the opportunities that they have to make their voice heard in the course of the European Commission's enforcement procedures (public enforcement). The insights provided by the book lead to a better understanding of the rights of private parties under the rules and practices that govern the enforcement of State aid law.

Table Of Contents

1. The Substantive Rules on State Aid
2. The Institutional Design of the System of State Aid Control
3. The Private Enforcement of State Aid Law
4. The Position of Complainants in State Aid Procedures
5. The Participation of Competitors in State Aid Procedures
6. Judicial Review of State Aid Decisions


“[This book] is engaging and thoroughly enjoyable. This is because Pastor-Merchante has an uncommon gift for conciseness: he is able to capture the essence of complex case law without sacrificing the depth of analysis. What is also admirable is the level of sophistication and nuance of his assessment... this is an important study in EU administrative law which makes a fundamental contribution to the debate on State aid law.” –  Francesco de Cecco, Common Market Law Review

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