The Yearbook of European Law 2003 Volume 22 by Piet EeckhoutThe Yearbook of European Law 2003 Volume 22 by Piet Eeckhout

The Yearbook of European Law 2003 Volume 22

EditorPiet Eeckhout, Takis Tridimas

Hardcover | May 10, 2004

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This is the twenty-second 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 toolfor all practitioners and scholars of EC law.
Piet Eeckhout is Herbert Smith Professor of Law at the Centre for European Law, King's College London. Takis Tridimas is Professor of Law at the University of Southampton.
Title:The Yearbook of European Law 2003 Volume 22Format:HardcoverDimensions:784 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.86 inPublished:May 10, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

ARTICLESKoen Lenaerts and Tim Corthaut: Judicial Review as a Contribution to the Development of European ConstitutionalismAngela Ward: Locus Standi under Article 230(4) of the EC Treaty: Crafting a Coherent Test for a 'Wobbly Polity'Robert Schutze: Organized Change Towards an 'Ever Closer Union': article 308 EC and the Limits to the Community's Legislative CompetenceGavin Barrett: Re-examining the Concept and Principle of Equality in EC LawFrederic van den Berghe: The European Union and the Protection of Minorities: How Real is the Alleged Double Standard?Carsten Kremer: Liability for Breach of European Community Law: An Analysis of the New Remedy in the Light of English and German LawStefan Enchelmaier: The Awkward Selling of a Good Idea, or: For a Traditionalist Interpretation of KeckJukka Snell: Who's Got the Power? Free Movement and Allocation of Competences in EC LawSamantha Velluti: Towards the Constitutionalisation of New Forms of Governance: A Revised Institutional Framework for the European Employment StrategyPanos Koutrakos: 'I Need to Hear You Say It': Revisiting the Scope of the EC Common Commercial PolicyMarkus Krajewski: Foreign Policy and the European ConstitutionBerdi Berdiyev: The EU and former Soviet Central Asia: An Analysis of the Partnership and Cooperation AgreementsSURVEYSMurray Hunt: The European Convention on Human RightsIan S. Forrester, QC and Jacquelyn F. Maclennan: EC Competition Law 2001-2002Lionel Bently: Recent Development in European Trade Marks: The Jurisprudence of the ECJ since January 1, 2002REVIEWS OF BOOKSCatharine Barnard and Joanne Scott (eds.) The Law of the Single European Market: Unpacking the PremisesMark Bell Anti-discrimination Law and the European UnionEnzo Cannizzaro (ed.) The European Union as an Actor in International RelationsElena Fierro The EU's Approach to Human Rights Conditionality in PracticeThomas C. Fischer The United States, The European Union And The 'Globalization' of World Trade: Allies or Adversaries?Slobodan Milacic (ed.) La Reinvention de l'Etat, Democratie Politique et Ordre Juridique en Europe Centrale et OrientaleAndrea Ott and Kirstyn Inglis (eds.) Handbook on European Enlargement - A Commentary on the Enlargement ProcessFrancis Snyder (ed.) Regional and Global Regulation of International TradeAmaryllis Verhoeven The European Union in Search of a Democratic and Constitutional Theory and Brendan P.G. Smith Constitution Building in the European UnionBruno de Witte, Dominik Hanf, and Ellen Vos The Many Faces of Differentiation in EU LawTables of CasesTables of LegislationIndex