Yearbook of European Law: Volume 18: 1998

Hardcover | March 1, 2000

EditorPiet Eeckhout, Takis Tridimas

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This is the eighteenth 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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This is the eighteenth 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.

Piet Eeckhout is Herbert Smith Professor of European Law at Kings College London Takis Tridimas is Professor of Law at Southampton University

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Format:HardcoverPublished:March 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019829879X

ISBN - 13:9780198298793

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ARTICLES1. Piet Eeckhout: The European Court of Justice and the Legislature2. Douglas Scott: In Search of Union Citizenship3. Anne-Marie Van den Bossche: Liberalization, Globalization, and Competition Law Policy4. Isabella Moebus and Erika Szyszczak: Of Raising Pigs and Children5. Elisa Baronccini: The European Community and the Diplomatic Phase of the WTO Dispute Settlement Understanding6. Vanessa Edwards: Secondary Establishment of Companies: The Case-Law of the Court of Justice7. Leo Flynn: Equality Between Men and Women in the Court of Justice8. Martin Hedemann-Robinson: From Object to Subject?: Non-EC Nationals and the Draft Proposal of the Commission for a Council Act Establishing the Rules for the Admission of Third Country Nationals to the Member States9. Steve Peers: Who's Judging the Watchmen?: The Judicial System of the `Area of Freedom Security and Justice'10. Christoph U. Schmid: From Port d'Avignon to Ponte Vecchio: The Resolution of Constitutional Conflicts between the European Union and the Member States through Principles of Public International LawANNUAL SURVEYSKieran St C. Bradley: The Institutional Law of the European Union in 1998 (incorporating Legal Developments in the European Parliament)Ian S. Fletcher, Christopher Norall, and Jacquelyn F. MacLennan: Competition LawCatherine Barnard and Tamara Hervey: European Union Employment and Social Policy Survey 1998Steve Peers: Common and Foreign and Security Policy 1998Edwin Peel: The Brussels ConventionREVIEWS OF BOOKS

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`This is the eighteenth volume in this successful series ... this yearbook is well established as an essential tool for all practitioners and scholars of EC Law'European Access June 2000