The Yearbook of European Law 2002 Volume 21: Yearbk Of European Law by Piet Eeckhout

The Yearbook of European Law 2002 Volume 21: Yearbk Of European Law

EditorPiet Eeckhout, Takis Tridimas

Hardcover | January 1, 2003

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This is the twenty-first volume in an extremely successful series. The Yearbook contains highly respected annual surveys, together with articles written by leading academics in the field, and through its commitment to consistently high standards, it is well established as an essential tool forall practitioners and scholars of EC law.

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Piet Eeckhout is Herbert Smith Professor of Law at the Centre for European Law, King's College London. Takis Tridimas is a Professor of Law, University of Southampton.
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Title:The Yearbook of European Law 2002 Volume 21: Yearbk Of European LawFormat:HardcoverDimensions:688 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.64 inPublished:January 1, 2003Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ArticlesChristiaan Timmermans: The Constitutionalization of the European UnionLarry Cata Backer: The Euro and the European Demos: A ReconstitutionAntonio Bavasso: Essential Facilities in EC Law: The Rise of an "Epithet" and the Consolidation of a Doctrine in the Communications SectorGeorgia Papagianni: Free Movement of Persons in the Light of the New Title IV TEC: From Intergovernmentalism Towards a Community PolicyDan Wilsher: Economic Migration into the European Union: Standing at the CrossroadsChristopher Brown: The Race Directive: Towards Equality for all the Peoples of EuropeLina Papadopoulou: In(di)visible Citizen (ship): Same Sex Partners in European Union Immigration LawJan Klabbers: International Law in Community Law: The Law and Politics of Direct EffectArwel Davies: Bananas, Private Challenges, the Courts, and the LegislatureTakis Tridimas: Black, White and Shades of Grey: Horizontality of Directives RevisitedGeorge Anagnostaras: State Liability and Alternative Courses of Action: How Independent can an Autonomous Remedy Be?Steve Peers: The New Regulation on Access to Documents: A Critical AnalysisJoakim Nergelius: De-legalise it": on Current Developments in EC Constitutional LawSurveysBiondi and Lester: Principles of European Internal Market Law: 2001 CasesPoli and Notaro: Environmental law 2000-2001Barsch: Council of Europe -Legal Co-operation in 2000-2001