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European Community Law: From Rome to Amsterdam 2nd ed isbn 9789041112408

European Community Law

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Paolo MengozziProfessor of International Law and of European Community Law, Italy

ISBN13: 9781853337222
ISBN: 1853337226
New Edition ISBN: 9041112405
Published: September 1992
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This work provides an overview of European Community law and its special characteristics, based on a review of the dynamics by which Community law evolves.;Part one emphasizes: how the balance of powers among Community institutions has evolved; the expansion of Community powers; and the substantial acceptance of the primacy of Community law by Member State courts. The analysis shows how the Court of Justice's construction of Community law as a law having the Member States' citizens as both subjects and beneficiaries has overcome the strong tradition of Member State sovereignty.;Part two illustrates the four freedoms guaranteed by the Community. It discusses the case law related to them, the importance of the mutual recognition principle to their application, and the implementation of the EEC competition policy, including the recent merger regulation. In a third part the book analyzes the EEC's external powers and its relations with the rest of the world. It compares the EEC's trade policy to those of the United States and Japan. This work updates and enlarges the first Italian edition of ll Diritto della Comunita Euopea published in 1990.

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Contents:
The scope of the EEC and the subject matter of Community law; the EEC institutions; Community powers; direct applicability - ECJ, national courts and the Single Market; acts of Community institutions; Community legislation; filling gaps in Community law; interpretation of Community law; the freedoms of the Single Market; foreign relations; the Common Commercial Policy; prospects for further development of Community law after Maastricht.