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European Union Law Damian Chalmers

European Union Law By Damian Chalmers

European Union Law by Damian Chalmers

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Comprehensive student textbook covering all aspects of European Union law.

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European Union Law: Text and Materials by Damian Chalmers

How can the law of the European Union be most effectively taught in the face of the EU's current upheavals? With this new book a team of specialists provide a comprehensive survey of EU law, placing it in its social, political and economic contexts. The book's innovative approach, coupled with a stimulating and accessible writing style, allows the student to engage fully with the material. The book charts the development of the European Union from its inception to the present day by exploring in detail the EU's institutions, its law-making, its administrative processes and its substantive law. Crucially, it incorporates recent key developments, such as the crisis over the Constitutional Treaty and the consequences of its apparent 'failure', as well as issues arising from an enlarged Europe. With cases and materials integrated throughout the text and recommended reading sections accompanying each chapter, this is essential reading for all European law students at undergraduate or postgraduate level.

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'Distinguished by a preparedness to engage the wider intellectual and contextual issues which are so necessary for a proper appreciation of the 'new' Europe and its legal system, European Union Law: Text and Materials is a well-written and thoroughly comprehensive text; one which promises to assume a prominent position in the law school classroom.' Prof. Ian Ward,The University of Newcastle 'The authors of this book provide a clear synopsis and a penetrating analysis of European Union law and an edifying overview of its social, political and economic context and consequences. As the book addresses these wider background issues, it would be a stimulating and thought-provoking addition to the reading list of any law student. ... The critical approach combined with the sharp analysis of European Union law and the topical explanation of the wider contextual issues make this book essential reading for undergraduates and experienced researchers alike.' European Constitutional Law Review

About Damian Chalmers

Damian Chalmers is Reader in European Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has held numerous visiting appointments in Europe, including positions at the College of Europe, the University of Lund, the University of Helsinki, Institutio de Empresa and the University of Fudan (PRC). He is currently editor of the European Law Review and EU Jurist. Christos Hadjiemmanuil is Senior Lecturer in Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His visiting lecturships include positions at the Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas and the University of Belgrade. He has held a number of senior consultancy positions including IMF Legal Department Consultant, Global Bank Insolvency Initiative (2003) and is a board member of the Center for Political Research, Athens. Giorgio Monti is Lecturer in Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has held a visiting position at the University of Augsburg and is currently completing textbook on EU Competition Law to be published in the Law in Context series (Cambridge). Adam Tomkins is John Millar Professor of Public Law at the University of Glasgow. His area of expertise is public law which he has lectured on in the United Kingdom, North America, and Australia. His previous publications include The Executive and Public Law: Power and Accountability in Comparative Perspective (edited with Paul Craig) and Understanding Human Rights (edited with Conor Gearty).

Table of Contents

Part I. Constitutional and Institutional Law: 1. European integration and the Treaty on European Union Damian Chalmers; 2. Constitutionalism and the 'failure' of the Constitutional Treaty Damian Chalmers and Adam Tomkins; 3. The EU institutions Damian Chalmers; 4. Community law-making Damian Chalmers; 5. Sovereignty and federalism: the authority of EU law and its limits Damian Chalmers and Adam Tomkins; 6. Fundamental rights Damian Chalmers; 7. Judicial relations in the European Union Damian Chalmers; Part II. Administrative Law: 8. Accountability in the European Union Adam Tomkins; 9. The enforcement of European law Adam Tomkins; 10. Judicial review: the legal accountability of the communitys institutions Adam Tomkins; Part III. Social and Economic Law: 11. The single market Damian Chalmers; 12. Economic and monetary union Christos Hadjiemmanuil; 13. Union citizenship Damian Chalmers; 14. EU law and non-EU nationals Damian Chalmers; 15. Free movement of goods and the economic constitution Damian Chalmers; 16. The pursuit of an occupation in another Member State Damian Chalmers; 17. Free movement of services Damian Chalmers; 18. Financial services Christos Hadjiemmanuil; 19. Trade restrictions and public goods Damian Chalmers; 20. Discrimination law Giorgio Monti; Part IV. Competition Law and Policy: 21. EC competition law: functions and enforcement Giorgio Monti; 22. Restrictive practices Giorgio Monti; 23. Abuse of a dominant position Giorgio Monti; 24. Merger policy Giorgio Monti; 25. State regulation and EC competition law Giorgio Monti.

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European Union Law: Text and Materials by Damian Chalmers
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