The Law of Money and Financial Services in the EC by John UsherThe Law of Money and Financial Services in the EC by John Usher

The Law of Money and Financial Services in the EC

byJohn Usher

Hardcover | March 23, 2000

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This book relates the development of economic and monetary union in the EC to the development of the single market for financial services. The new edition fully reflects the institutional and legal consequences of the achievement of economic and monetary union in 1999, while taking accountalso of the continuing flow of Community legislation and case-law in the area of financial services. The transparency resulting from monetary union has shown problems of taxation to be a barrier to market integration, and this is reflected in a new Chapter. On the other hand, this an area in whichvariable geometry has become a legal reality, and this also is reflected in a new Chapter of the book.
John Usher is at University of Edinburgh.
Title:The Law of Money and Financial Services in the ECFormat:HardcoverPublished:March 23, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198298773

ISBN - 13:9780198298779

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Table of Contents

Table of statutesTable of casesIntroductionMoney in the context of the EC TreatyCapital MovementsMonetary movements, taxation and the Treaty freedomsThe application of EC competition rules to financial servicesCross-border financial services: the Treaty rulesBanking, investment and loans: the Community legislationFrom units of account to the EuroThe development of monetary unionThe ins and the outsMonetary institutionsExternal monetary relations and influences

Editorial Reviews

`Professor Usher's analysis is always accessible and often provocative. His lucid and critical examination ... makes this work an important and timely one.'Niamh Moloney, European Law Review 2000