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Economic analysis is becoming an increasingly powerful means of illuminating the European Union legal system, both as a method of deciphering and of influencing EU policy. This important volume focuses upon this relationship between economics and EU law, elucidating both the complex and complementary nature of these two subjects.
There are 21 articles, dating from 1991 to 2007 Contributors include: A. Alesina, R. Cooter, M. Feldstein, B.S. Frey, D.C. Mueller, F. Parisi, M.J. Trebilcock