The Oxford Handbook of EU Law by Anthony ArnullThe Oxford Handbook of EU Law by Anthony Arnull

The Oxford Handbook of EU Law

EditorAnthony Arnull, Damian Chalmers

Hardcover | August 4, 2015

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Since its formation the European Union has expanded beyond all expectations, and this expansion seems set to continue as more countries seek accession and the scope of EU law expands, touching more and more aspects of its citizens' lives. The EU has never been stronger and yet it now appearsto be reaching a crisis point, beset on all sides by conflict and challenges to its legitimacy. Nationalist sentiment is on the rise and the Eurozone crisis has had a deep and lasting impact. EU law, always controversial, continues to perplex, not least because it remains difficult to analyse. Whatis the EU? An international organization, or a federation? Should its legal concepts be measured against national standards, or another norm?The Oxford Handbook of EU Law illuminates the richness and complexity of the debates surrounding the law and policies of the EU. Comprising eight sections, it examines how we are to conceptualize EU law; the architecture of EU law; making and administering EU law; the economic constitution and thecitizen; regulation of the market place; economic, monetary, and fiscal union; the Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice; and what lies beyond the regulatory state. Each chapter summarizes, analyses, and reflects on the state of play in a given area, and suggests how it is likely to develop in theforeseeable future. Written by an international team of leading commentators, this Oxford Handbook creates a vivid and provocative tapestry of the key issues shaping the laws of the European Union.
After studying at the School of European Studies, University of Sussex, and the Institut d'Etudes Europeennes, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Anthony Arnull qualified as a solicitor with a "magic circle" firm in the City of London. He was awarded his doctorate by the University of Leicester in 1988. From 1989 to 1992 he worked at the E...
Title:The Oxford Handbook of EU LawFormat:HardcoverDimensions:1056 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0.03 inPublished:August 4, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199672644

ISBN - 13:9780199672646


Table of Contents

Part I: Conceptualizing EU Law1. Neil Walker: The Philosophy of European Union Law2. Jan Komarek: Legal Reasoning in EU Law3. Jan Klabbers: Straddling the Fence: The EU and International LawPart II: The Architecture of EU Law4. Robert Schutze: EU Competences: Existence and Exercise5. Deirdre Curtin and Tatevik Manucharyan: Legal Acts and Hierarchy of Norms in EU Law6. Christoph Hillion: Accession and Withdrawal in the Law of the European Union7. Michal Bobek: The Court of Justice of the European Union8. Monica Claes: Primacy and the National Reception9. Dorota Leczykiewicz: Direct Effect, Effective Judicial Protection, and State Liability10. Andrew Williams: Human Rights in the EU11. Panos Koutrakos: Common External Policies: Common Commercial Policy, Common Foreign and Security Policy, Common Security and Defence PolicyPart III: Making and Administering EU Law12. Damian Chalmers: The Democratic Ambiguity of EU Law-Making and its Enemies13. Alexander Turk: Comitology14. Melanie Smith: The Evolution of Infringement and Sanction Procedures: Of Pilots, Diversions, Collisions, and Circling15. Anthony Arnull: Judicial Review in the European Union16. Takis Tridimas: Dialogue with National Courts17. Paul Craig: Accountability and Representation in EU LawPart IV: The Economic Constitution and the Citizen18. Eleanor Spaventa: The Free Movement of Workers in the 21st Century19. Niamh Nic Shuibhne: The Developing Legal Dimensions of Union Citizenship20. Kenneth Armstrong: Goods21. Zoe Adams and Simon Deakin: Establishment22. Gareth Davies: The Law on the Free Movement of Services: Powerful, but not always PersuasivePart V: Regulation of the Market Place23. Loic Azoulai: The Complex Weave of Harmonization24. Okeoghene Odudu: Competition and Merger Law and Policy25. Alison Jones: Competition Law Enforcement26. Andrea Biondi and Elisabetta Righini: An Evolutionary Theory of State Aid Control27. Catherine Seville: EU Intellectual Property: Exercises in HarmonizationPart VI: Economic, Fiscal, and Monetary Union28. Fabian Amtenbrink: The Metamorphosis of European Economic and Monetary Union29. Niamh Moloney: Financial Markets Regulation30. Thomas Horsley: Death, Taxes, and (Targeted) Judicial Dynamism: The Free Movement of Capital in EU Law31. Paul Farmer: Direct Taxation and the Fundamental FreedomsPart VII: The Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice32. Christopher Harding: EU Criminal Law under the Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice33. Nadine El-Enany: EU Migration and Asylum Law under the Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice34. Richard Fentiman: The Harmonization of Civil JurisdictionPart VIII: Beyond the Regulatory State?35. Elise Muir: Pursuing Equality in the EU36. Phil Syrpis: The EU and National Systems of Labour Law37. Mark Dawson and Bruno De Witte: Welfare Policy and Social Inclusion38. Maria Lee: Experts and Publics in EU Environmental Law