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EU Law after the Financial Crisis

Edited by: Carlos Esplugues Mota, Jessica Schmidt

ISBN13: 9781780683423
Published: March 2016
Publisher: Intersentia Publishers
Country of Publication: Belgium
Format: Paperback
Price: £75.00



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The financial crisis has literally stress tested the European Union and indeed continues to do so. It has already laid bare many fundamental issues and conundrums of the European Union and the European Union's legal system that had been waiting to be seriously addressed for quite a number of years.

Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Introduction (p.
1)

PART I. RESCUE MECHANISMS AND MONETARY POLICY
The Interplay Between EU Law and International Law to Set Up the Eurozone Rescue Mechanisms (p.
3)
Monetary Policy and Private Pensions (p.
25)

PART II. THE IMPACT OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS ON THE BANKING SECTOR AND CAPITAL MARKETS
Financial Crisis and European Company and Capital Markets Law (p.
31)
CoCo Bonds as a Means of Reducing Systemic Risk and their Role within New Regulatory Regimes (p.
47)
Is EU Financial Law Overly Complex? (p.
65)

PART III. THE FINANCIAL CRISIS AND TAX LAW
The European Crises as Tax Crises (p.
69)
A Common Tax Policy for Europe (p.
97)

PART IV. THE FINANCIAL CRISIS, CONSUMERS AND CONSUMER LAW
Is European Private Law Going Through a Crisis? The Current Situation of European Private Law after the Financial Crisis (p.
107)
Financial Crisis and General Contract Law (p.
117)
Stress-Testing EU Law in the Field of Consumer Redress (p.
133)
Stress Testing of European Law of Consumer Jurisdiction. Coherence of the Existing Rules and their Impact on the Level of Consumer Protection (p.
147)

PART V. THE FINANCIAL CRISIS AND COMPETITION LAW
Rethinking Competition Law after the Financial Crisis (p.
161)
Merger Control and the Financial Crisis. Rescue Mergers and the Failing Firm Defence (p.
187)

PART VI. THE FINANCIAL CRISIS, RESTRUCTURING AND INSOLVENCY LAW
Universal versus Individual Transfers of Assets and Liabilities. A Conflict-of-Laws Perspective (p.
209)
Financial Crisis and European Insolvency Law (p.
227)
International Arbitration and vis attractiva concursus (p.
237)

PART VII. THE SOCIAL DIMENSION OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS AND EU CITIZENSHIP
Reflections on the Social and Human Dimension of the Economic and Financial Crisis in the European Union (p.
253)
New Developments on the Free Movement of Persons in the European Union in a Time of Crisis. Eroding the European Citizenship? (p.
263)

PART VIII. REFLECTIONS ON THE IMPACT OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS ON THE GENERAL EUROPEAN LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND THE FUNDAMENTAL “EUROPEAN IDEA”
Legal Certainty after the Crisis. The Limits of European Legal Imagination (p.
277)
The New Role of Judges in the EU. Going Back to the Middle Ages (p.
301)
Exploring the European Crisis’s Political Discourse. Europe as a Consciousness, Europe as a Narrative (p.
317)
Testing the Stress of the EU: Financial Crisis or EU Law in Crisis? (p.
333)