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European Integration and International Co-ordination

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ISBN13: 9789041117700
ISBN: 9041117709
Published: March 2002
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Hardback
Price: £158.00



Among the prominent legal roles Claus-Dieter Ehlermann has played in his career, his leadership of the Legal Service of the European Commission is perhaps the best known. This liber amicorum appears as his term at the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization draws to a close. In this book 30 of his colleagues offer fresh and provocative insights into many of the areas of international law on which Professor Dr Ehlermann has left his stamp.;Topics include: the WTO dispute settlement system; regulation of trade barriers; the first signs of a global jurisprudence; the principle of proportionality; enforcement of competition law; and the place of human rights in European and global integration.;This book's evaluations and proposals should find thought-provoking echoes in the minds of all those concerned with any of the integration processes under way in today's interdependent world.

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Contents:
Message a l'attention de Claus Ehlermann; J. Delors. En l'honneur de Claus-Dieter Ehlermann; K. van Miert. WTO Disputes: The Battles in the Trade Wars-A Win-Win Game? Or a Lottery? R. Abbott. Legal Equality, Legal Certainty, and Subsidiarity in Transnational Economic Law-Decentralized Application of Art.
81.3 EC and WTO Law: Why and Why Not; A. von Bogdandy. On the Internal Morality of WTO Law; J.H.J. Bourgeois. The EU Trade Barriers Regulation Comes of Age; M. Bronckers, N. McNelis. A Theory of Direct Effect in Global Law; T. Cottier. Vers un ordre juridique mondial? J.-L. Dewost. Competition and National Rule-Making; D. Edward. From European Communities to European Union-By Convergence to Consistency; U. Everling. The Spokesman and the Law; J. Faull. The Contribution of the European Union to Public International Law; J.A. Frowein. The Substantive Legality Test under Article 81-3 EC Treaty-Revisited in Light of the Commission's Modernization Initiative; L. Gyselen. The Principle of Proportionality on its Way into WTO/GATT Law; M. Hilf, S. Puth. ""Good Governance"" im Europaischen Binnenmarkt: Uber die Spannungen zwischen zwei rechtswissenschaftlichen Integrationskonzepten und deren Aufhebung; C. Joerges. OLAF vs. DG Competition: A Comparison of the Community's Anti-Fraud Enforcement System with its Competition Enforcement System; L.L. Laudati. The Birth of Modern Competition Law in Europe; G. Marenco. Competition Policy in the Framework of WTO; M. Matsushita. Amicus Curiae Briefs Before The WTO: Much Ado About Nothing; P.C. Mavroidis. The Future of the European Treaties - A Systematic Approach to a Basic Treaty; P.-C. Muller-Graff. Removing the Notification of Agreements - Some Consequences for Ex Post Monitoring; D.J. Neven. The Division of Economic Policy Powers Between the European Community and its Member States-Status Quo and Proposals de lege ferenda; I. Pernice, F. Hoffmeister. Human Rights in European and Global Integration Law: Principles for Constitutionalizing the World Economy; E.-U. Petersmann. Liberalisation of the European Energy Markets-The Perspective of Compe-tition Policy; A. Schaub. Amicus Curiae: Participant or Friend? The WTO and NAFTA Experience; D.P. Steger. Reckoning with the Past in the Czech Republic-A Test of the Homo-geneity Clause Pursuant to Article 6 EC Treaty; C. Tomuschat. Babel-One Language and One Speech; J.H.H. Weiler. List of Publications by Prof. Dr. C.D. Ehlermann.