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This text incorporates the fifth Dutch edition (from 1995) and has been further revised in co-operation with the editors of that edition to take account of developments up to the spring of 1998. The work examines and critically analyzes the developments in the whole field of the law of the European Communities, and includes the legal aspects of the second and third pillars of the European Union as well.
The book provides a detailed study of the state of European Community law, including observations on the outcome of the Amsterdam Treaty. It deals authoritatively with the institutional, procedural and substantive law aspects of Community Law and also covers the historical, political and economic background. Particular attention has been paid to the most recent developments in the movements towards Economic and Monetary Union and the important changes in the social policy provisions adopted in the Treaty of Amsterdam.
The principal aim of the publication is to provide an up-to-date reference work for legal practitioners, both professional and academic, and to enable them to understand the complex nature of the interactions between the various aspects of Community Law.