4 edition of Differentiation in European Union law found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -288) and index.
|LC Classifications||KJE969 .T89 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 298 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||00552013|
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Adopting a law in context approach, the book offers an analysis of differentiation from the Treaty of Rome to the present, including the Intergovernmental Conference and the Treaty of Amsterdam, a categorization of differentiation and a search for the various causes and objectives of differentiation and its consequences for the future of the European integration process.
This book, adopting a law in context approach, deals with the controversial development of increased differentiation in European Union law. Adopting a law in context approach, the book offers an analysis of differentiation from the Treaty of Rome to the present, including the Intergovernmental Conference and the Treaty of Amsterdam, a categorisation of differentiation and a search for the various causes and objectives of differentiation and its consequences for the future of the European integration process.
which differentiation is given form in the realm of EU external action and to discuss some constitutional, institutional and instrumental challenges of a multi-speed, multi-tier European Union in the field of foreign policy.
Particular questions of a constitutional nature that will be addressed include how the. A differentiation is a legal exemption from the validity of the rules that govern a policy area. For instance, Britain obtained a differentiation from monetary policy in the Treaty of Maastricht, whereas Germany did Size: KB.
The book argues that a new European political order is necessary to deal with the consequences of the crisis, based on an institutional differentiation between the EU member states interested only.
The Single European Act 15 3. The Treaty on European Union 23 2. From Maastricht to Amsterdam. Differentiation and the IGC 33 1. Differentiation in the Run-up to the IGC 33 The Commission 35 The European Parliament 37 The Reflection Group 39 The European Council held in Turin on 29 March 42 2.
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Fully revised and updated, this seventh edition continues to look at the main themes of EU law in a straightforward and logical manner. Trends in differentiation of EU Law and lessons for the future. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. The use of differentiated integration has grown, at the level of primary law and in practice, with the last four Treaty amendments.
In particular, it is relevant to the single currency and related measures on economic. Edited by Catherine Barnard and Steve Peers, this new EU law textbook draws together a range of perspectives from experienced academics, teachers and practitioners from a number of jurisdictions to provide a comprehensive introduction to EU law.
Each chapter has been written by an expert inthe field to provide you with access to a broad range of ideas while offering a solid foundation in the. The European Union (EU) is a community based on the rule of law. EU member states have committed themselves to uphold the rule of law and to respect the primacy of EU law.
Yet today, the EU legal. The Many Faces of Differentiation in EU Law book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The introduction by the Amsterdam Treaty of th. TERRITORIAL DIFFERENTIATION IN EU LAW: remarkable flexibility of the EU legal order as evidenced in numerous cases of differentiated application of Union law.
The paper shows that the EU possesses the necessary legal An earlier version of this paper was published by the Academy of European Law (EUI) as part of its Working. Ott, Andrea, Differentiation Through Accession Law: Free Movement Rights in an Enlarged European Union (J ).
‘Between Flexibility and Disintegration: The Trajectory of Differentiation in EU Law’, Bruno de Witte, Andrea Ott and Ellen Vos (eds), Edward Elgar Publishing, Forthcoming; Maastricht Faculty of Law Working Paper No.
Author: Andrea Ott. European Parliament Composition Composition and ElectionContent about European Parliament Composition from the publication The ABC of European Union law (, European Union) by Klaus-Dieter Borchardt.
Since the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty on 1 Decemberthe European Parliament has had seats. As the number of European Union Member States has increased and the competences of the Union have widened, some Member States have on occasion been exempted from joining their partners in new fields of integration.
Whilst the single market and its ‘four freedoms’ remain at the heart of the Union, it has found ways to allow the majority to move forward, notably in the fields of Economic and. Chris Hanretty. Hardcover 19 March A Europe of Rights. The Impact of the ECHR on National Legal Systems $ European Union Law As the preferred choice of both teachers and students, this textbook offers an unrivalled combination of expertise, accessibility and comprehensive coverage.
The new edition reﬂ ects the way the economic crisis has impacted the shape and nature of European Union Law. (). The European Union as a system of differentiated integration: interdependence, politicization and differentiation.
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Damian Chalmers, editor Damian Chalmers is Jean Professor of European Union Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has been Head of its European Institute as well as its Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence. He is the lead author of European Union Law. Chapter 6: Differentiation through accession law: free movement rights in an enlarged European Union Chapter 7: Flexibility and differentiation: a plea for allowing national differentiation in the fundamental rights domainCited by: 2.This book contains selected papers that were ﬁ rst presented at a Student Conference on 9 December This conference was convened in the context of the course “EU Law Foundations – The Institutional Functioning of the European Union”, which is part of the Bachelor Programme European Law School offered by the Faculty of Law at.