Kniha: Cases and Materials on EU Law v anglickom jazyku
Názov: Cases and Materials on EU Law
Autor: WEATHERILL STEPHENVydavateľ: Oxford University Press, 2010
Dostupnosť: 2-3 týždne
9. vydanie prípadových štúdií práva EU od renomovaných právnikov.
Súčasťou je aj Online resource.
Written by one of the leading authorities on the subject, Cases and Materials on EU Law is one of the most well respected texts on EU Law available. Renowned for its clarity and authority, Weatherill introduces the main areas of EU law along with the overarching themes and principles that have helped to shape the development and evolution of the EU and its policies.
A wealth of carefully selected case law and legislation combined with engaging extracts and materials, introduce the reader to this complex field of law. Insightful and thought provoking notes and questions appear throughout, stimulating further discussion and helping the reader to appreciate the subtleties of the subject. The book addresses the very latest implications surrounding the Lisbon Treaty and its ratification process and the impact that this will have on the future development of EU Law.
Online Resource Centre
The book is accompanied by an online resource centre providing extensive additional learning materials.
I. The Constitutional Law of the EU
1: The evolution of the European Union
2: The sources of law
3: The nature of Community law: supremacy
4: The enforcement of Community law: 'dual vigilance'
5: The direct effect of directives
6: State liability
7: Article 234: the preliminary reference procedure
8: Control of Community institutions
Epilogue to part one: constitutionalism
II. Community Trade Law and Policy
9: Law and the economic objectives of the Community
10: Fiscal barriers to trade: Articles 25 and 90
11: Physical and technical barriers to trade: Articles 28-30
12: Beyond discrimination: Article 28
13: The free movement of workers: Article 39
14: Freedom of establishment and the free movement of services; Articles 43 and 49
15: European citizenship within an area of freedom, security, and justice
16: Competition law and policy
Epilogue to part two
III. Policy-Making, Governance, and the Constitutional Debate
17: Harmonization and common policy-making
18: Subsidiarity, flexibility, and new forms of governance
19: What sort of 'Europe'?
Epilogue to part three: Europe's true soul