This book provides a review of the state of the European Union at a critical time in its evolution, taking full account of the treaty of Amsterdam, negotiations relating to the enlargement of the EU, and impeding monetary union. The focus of the book is predominantly but not exclusively legal, and the interdisciplinary approach will ensure it is of interest to a broader constituency than just lawyers.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : Introduction. Flexibility or Fragmentation? Trends in European Integration - Professor Stephen Weatherill.Current Status and Relevance of Direct Effect - Christine Boch. Common Foreign and Security Policy - Professor Alan Dashwood. The Community Legal Order and the International Legal Context - Professor JHH Weiler.EC Eastern Europe Relations - Professor Marc Maresceau. The Eastern Enlargement of the European Community and the Common Agricultural Policy - Dr Joseph A McMahon. The Environment as a Pervasive Issue of EC Law Following the Amsterdam Treaty - Professor Jan Jans. The New Employment Chapter and Social Provisions in General of the Amsterdam Treaty - Professor Noreen Burrows. The `European Social Model': A Critique - Dr Catriona Carter.Domestic Implementation of Community Law in the Context of Devolution - Professor T St John Bates.
Problems of Implementation of Community Law in a Federal System - Dr Gisbert Brinkmann. Use of separate Coventions Between Member States in the Context of the European
- Data Publicarii : 2000
- Editie : 1
- Format : Paperback
- Numar pagini : 296
- ISBN : 9780582369917