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EC Transport Law


ISBN13: 9780582414259
ISBN: 0582414253
Published: April 2002
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £55.99



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EUROPEAN LAW SERIES Series Editor: Professor John A. Usher (University of Edinburgh)EC TRANSPORT LAW provides an account of the body of EC law and policy relating to transport, written by one of the leading authorities on the subject. It focuses on the liberalisation of international transport services, and considers the application of EC competition rules to the various forms of transport and the extent of the Community's external competence in this field. The author examines how the EC came to be involved in transport, and looks at the way in which legislative measures and developing case law brought the transport industry within the sphere of the EC legal order. In treating an area of EC law not much covered by the existing literature the book provides an interesting case study. It gives a succinct account of those Community legislative measures which form the core of EC Transport Law and traces the development of the Common Transport Policy, enabling the reader to place the massive amount of transport legislation into an historical context. is suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate courses on competition law, transport law and EC transport law.;The book will also be of interest to professionals in this area, such as government advisers. Rosa Greaves is Allen & Overy Professor of European Law and Director of the Durham European Law Institute at the University of Durham. an imprint of Pearson EducationVisit our website at www pearsoneduc. com0 582 41425 3

Contents:
Preface General Editor's Preface Table of Cases Table of Legislation Table of Treaties 1. Introduction 2. The Legislative Framework 3. Positive Liberalisation: Access to the Market for Inland Modes of Transport 4. Positive Liberalisation: Access to the Market for Maritime and Air Transport Services 5. Indirect Liberalisation: Harmonisation 6. Combined Transport and Infrastructure 7. Competition Rules and External Relations Table of Key Legislative Measures Bibliography Further reading Index