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Guide to EU Policies

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ISBN13: 9781854318619
ISBN: 1854318616
Published: August 1998
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



The European Union is a highly complex system. The massive increases in the scope and depth of the EU's involvement in all areas of policy formation and decision making has created a system considerably more intricate than any national equivalent. This work aims to cut through the complexities and offers the reader a structured survey of the various fields in which the EU acts.;The book explains the rationale, the legal basis, the instruments and the development of each policy area. It covers the three pillars of the EU - the European Community, Common Foreign & Security Policy and Justice & Home Affairs - as well as horizontal issues of enlargement and flexibility, together with an institutional and historical overview.

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Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Historical overview of the EU. The European Union - institutions and procedures: the institutional framework of the EU; flexibility and closer co-operation; judicial remedies. The policies of the EU: the internal market; common agricultural policy; energy policy; transport policy; common commercial policy; competition policy; industrial policy / research and development policy; regional policy and cohesion; development co-operation; environment policy; consumer policy; social policy / employment policy; information society and telecommunications policy; economic and monetary union. The second pillar: common foreign and security policy. The third pillar: co-operation in justice and home affairs; an area of freedom, security and justice. Towards and wider union: the prospect of enlargement.