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European Union Internal Market Law

European Union Internal Market Law

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Friedl Weiss
Cambridge University Press, 7/31/2014
EAN 9781107636002, ISBN10: 1107636000

Paperback, 364 pages, 25.3 x 18 x 2.1 cm
Language: English

This is the market's most student-friendly textbook on EU internal market law, covering everything students need to know about the legal and regulatory framework of the internal market and eliminating the need for a full EU law text. Concise and focused, chapters explore the underlying socio-economic and historical contexts of EU law, and offer a thorough examination of the law's technical aspects, ensuring that students gain a rich understanding of the way that legal rules and structures have developed from key political and social debates. Key concepts are illustrated by excerpts, summaries and discussions of classic and modern cases. Numerous features include text boxes, illustrative cases, legal interpretations, tables, and suggestions for further reading, which support students with little background knowledge of the subject, leading them to total mastery of the material.

1. The internal market
2. Common framework of the Treaty freedoms
3. Free movement of goods (Arts 28-37 TFEU)
4. Union citizenship (Arts 18-25 TFEU)
5. Free movement of workers (Arts 45-48 TFEU)
6. Freedom of establishment (Arts 49-55 TFEU)
7. Freedom to provide and receive services (Arts 56-62 TFEU)
8. Free movement of capital and payments (Arts 63-66 TFEU).

Advance praise: 'European Union Internal Market Law provides a clear and detailed exploration of one of the key features of EU law and is a very useful addition to the bookshelves of those studying the topic for the first time or at more advanced level.' Jess Guth, Bradford University Law School

Advance praise: 'The EU internal market is the A and Ω of EU law. It is one of the most fascinating yet complex areas of EU law, as it constantly evolves, driven by legislative action produced by the EU political institutions and interpretive judgments of the EU judiciary. Weiss and Kaupa have got their finger on the pulse of the EU internal market's core in a masterful and still surprisingly reader-friendly manner. Leading case-law is intermingled with theoretical and policy analysis, whereas the most important provisions of EU's primary and secondary law are highlighted - all this, in a clear and systematic manner. Additionally, an analytical framework used along the four fundamental freedoms allows rising to the challenge of deciphering the essentials of the EU internal market law. An informative read for scholars and an indispensable tool for any student interested in understanding the essentials of EU's substantive law.' Panagiotis Delimatsis, Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC), Tilburg University