Yearbook of European Law 2005 Volume 24

Hardcover | March 21, 2006

EditorPiet Eeckhout, Takis Tridimas

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This is the twenty-fourth 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.

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This is the twenty-fourth 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 Queen Mary, University of London.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:744 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.81 inPublished:March 21, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199285373

ISBN - 13:9780199285372

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Tables of CasesTables of LegislationARTICLESYataka Arai: "Scrupulous but Dynamic"- the Freedom of Expression and the Principle of Proportionality under European Community LawAnthony Arnull: From Bit Part to Starring Role? The Court of Justice and Europe's Constitutional TreatyMonica Claes: Constitutionalising Europe at its source The 'European Clauses' in the National Constitutions: Evolution and TypologyStefan Enchelmaier: No-One Slips Through The Net? Latest Developments, And Non-Developments, In The European Court Of Justice's Jurisprudence On Art. 230(4) ECJeff Kenner: Worker Involvement in the Societas Europaea: Integrating Company and Labour Law in the European Union?Paivi Leino: European Universalism? The EU and Human Rights ConditionalityKamiel Mortelmans: The Court under the influence of its Advocates General: An Analysis of the Case Law on the Functioning of the Internal MarketDaniela Obradovic: Civil and Social Dialogue in European GovernanceSURVEYSREVIEWS OF BOOKSINDEX