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|Titel:||EU Law – Text, Cases, and Materials|
|Förlag:||Oxford University Press|
|Pris: 594 SEK exkl. moms |
|If you are studying EU law in the UK, please see the UK version of this textbook: EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials UK Version, ISBN 9780198859840.|
Building on its unrivalled reputation as the definitive EU law textbook, this seventh edition continues to provide clear and insightful analysis of all aspects of European Union law.
Drawing on their wealth of experience, Paul Craig and Gráinne de Búrca succeed in bringing together a unique mix of illuminating commentary and well-chosen extracts from a wide range of cases, legislation and academic publications.
Chapters have been carefully structured and designed to enhance student learning at all levels, laying the foundations of the subject while building analysis of more complex areas and cutting-edge debates.
The seventh edition has been comprehensively updated to reflect the extensive legal developments that have taken place since publication of the sixth edition, and a new chapter on current challenges facing the EU (including Brexit and the rule of law crisis) has been added.
- Written by leading scholars on European Union law, EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials provides an insightful analysis of the subject.
- Succinct and clear commentary sets out the law, illuminates the accompanying materials, and delivers critical and contextual analysis of all the legal and political aspects of EU law and policy.
- Features carefully chosen extracts from a wide range of sources including case judgments, EU legislation, and academic articles providing easy access to the materials that are key to understanding this dynamic and diverse area of law.
- Includes well-designed learning features to guide the reader through each topic, including concise 'central issues' and helpful 'conclusions' in each chapter, as well as detailed further reading advice.
- Contains a new chapter on current challenges facing the EU, including Brexit and the rule of law crisis.
New to this Edition:
- The seventh edition has been comprehensively updated to reflect the extensive developments that have taken place since publication of the sixth edition including:
- A new chapter on Brexit and the rule of law crisis
- Updated discussion of the institutional and substantive impact of the financial crisis,
- Important new case law on areas such as: competence; human rights; citizenship; supremacy; direct effect; freedom of establishment; international relations law
Table of Contents
1:The development of European integration
2:EU Membership: tensions and challenges
5:Instruments and the hierarchy of norms
6:Legislation and decision-making
7:Decision-making and new forms of governance
8:The nature and effect of EU law: direct effect and beyond
9:The application of EU law: remedies in national courts
10:The relationship between EU law and national law: supremacy
11:EU international relations law
12:Human rights in the EU
13:Enforcement action against Member States
15:Review of legality: access
16:Review of legality: grounds of review
17:Damages actions and money claims
18:The single market
19:Free movement of goods: duties, charges, and taxes
20:Free movement of goods: quantitative restrictions
21:Free movement of capital and economic and monetary union
22:Free movement of workers
23:Freedom of establishment and to provide services
24:Citizenship of the European Union
25:Equal treatment and non-discrimination
26:AFSJ: EU criminal law
27:Competition law: Article 101
28:Competition law: Article 102
29:Competition law: mergers
30:The state and the common market