A Critical Introduction to European Law

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Cambridge University Press, 2003 - 336 ページ
The new edition of this thought-provoking book discusses the history and institutional framework of the European Union without becoming mired in the minutiae of 'black letter' law. Written by one of the leading academics specialising in European law and legal theory, it provides an accessible introduction for students to current critical academic commentary on European law. The structure of the book has been revised, with the law of the market and discussion of EU social policy being brought together under one section heading. There is also increased discussion of the institutions of the EU and a specific section on Human Rights. The final section of this new edition will locate the author in the current critical commentary on the EU and also endeavour to make these sections much more accessible to the student reader. There will be two new chapters in this section to provide an opportunity for discussing the place of Europe within current debates about globalisation and the 'new world order'.
 

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CHAPTER
1
A common market
14
A Single
33
A crisis of governance
49
Tempted by rights
61
CHAPTER THREE
70
a second step?
76
a common administrative
84
Treating women differently
184
The free movement of some persons
190
The others
196
The idea of a good society
206
The Community and the global market
212
Building fortress Europe
222
A greater Europe?
231
The evolution of a European foreign policy
237

An honest broker?
93
CHAPTER FOUR
102
CHAPTER FIVE
135
The free movement of goods
143
The albatross of agriculture
150
Consumers
159
Completing the market?
167
CHAPTER
173
CHAPTER EIGHT
246
In search of a public philosophy
252
The liberal critique
259
Citizens
268
Cosmopolitanism and the new humanism
275
Bibliography
281
Index
315
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