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The substantive law of the EU : the four freedoms / Catherine Barnard

Main Author Barnard, Catherine Country Reino Unido. Edition 2nd ed Publication Oxford : Oxford University Press, cop. 2007 Description CVI, 643 p. : il. ; 25 cm ISBN 978-0-19-929839-6 CDU 341.217:061.1UE
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This book focuses on the substantive law of the EU with regard to the free movement of goods, persons, services, and capital. An introductory chapter outlines the background to EU law in this sphere; the role of free trade theory, the development of economic integration until the present day,and the fundamental principles underpinning this development.The following sections then provide a detailed examination of the major categories - goods, persons, services and capital - and a concluding section deals with the legal issues raised by the ongoing process of harmonisation within the single market. The author makes judicious use of case studies toillustrate and develop central issues, diagrams and flowcharts to clarify the more complex areas of this sphere of EU law.Online Resource Centre* Web links* Updates

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Introduction
  • 1 Introduction to the issuesFree Movement of Goods
  • 2 Introduction to the free movement of goods
  • 3 Article 25: customs duties and charges having equivalent effect
  • 4 Article 90: internal taxation
  • 5 Quantitative restrictions under Article 28; derogations under Article 30
  • 6 Measures having equivalent effect to quantitative restrictions under Article 28
  • 7 Article 28 and certain selling arrangements; quantitative restrictions and measures having equivalent effect on exports under Article 29
  • 8 Article 29: quantitative restrictions and measures having equivalent effect on exports
  • 9 Intellectual property and the free movement of goods
  • 10 External economic relations of the EU: the common commercial policyFree movement of persons and services
  • 11 Introduction to the free movement of persons
  • 12 Free movement of workers
  • 13 The right of establishment
  • 14 Freedom to provide and receive services
  • 15 Union citizenship
  • 16 Free movement of persons: derogations, limitations, and conditions
  • 17 Third-country nationals and the EUFree movement of capital
  • 18 Free movement of capital and economic and monetary unionCompleting the single market
  • 19 Regulating the internal market

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Catherine Barnard is Reader in European Union Law at the University of Cambridge, Jean Monnet Chair of European Law, and Fellow of Trinity College. She specialises in European Union law and labour law which she teaches at both undergraduate and post graduate level.

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