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Handbook on European Enlargement: A Commentary on the Enlargement Process

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Edited by: Andrea Ott, Kirstyn Inglis

ISBN13: 9789067041515
ISBN: 9067041513
Published: March 2003
Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £144.00



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The Handbook on European Enlargement (HEE) is the most comprehensive legal commentary on the enlargement process, which brings together 52 leading authors from Member States and candidate countries, who are working at the European Commission, universities and in public administrations. The underlying rationale is to depict and analyze the legal framework for the enlargement process and to provide a comprehensive guide to academics, practitioners and students. To do this the HEE covers the Europe Agreements and Association Agreements, decisions of the Association Councils, appropriate judgments of the ECJ, the Accession Partnerships, the candidate countries' National Plans for the Adoption of the Acquis as well as the role of the European Commission (Progress Reports), the funding instruments that underpin the whole process (PHARE, ISPA, SAPARD) and the legal orders of the candidate countries.;More specifically, the HEE tackles: + the legal, political and historical background to the present enlargement preparations; + the status of the Europe Agreements and Association Council Decisions in the legal orders of the candidate countries for the purposes of EU integration; + how the (re-oriented) Europe Agreements apply; + other regional instruments including the SAAs and the PCAs; + the chapters of the EU/EC acquis communautaire and their implementation in the candidate countries and practical examples of problems arising; + the pre-accession process and the Accession Partnerships; + financial and technical assistance and its application in the accession phase to, e.g., agriculture, infrastructure, environment; + the accession negotiations in progress. 'While the need for simplicity and brevity, due to practical constraints on the size of the final book, proved a considerable challenge, the outcome is a book that reads well, is well structured and organised and is surprisingly easy to dip into for reference purposes. [...] It works according to a simple methodology that aims to give the reader a broad, legal overview and analysis of the enlargement project.';From the Foreword by Professor Marc Maresceau

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Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
Contributors
Abbreviations
Introduction
Part I. Enlarging the EU: The Legal, Political and Historical Background:
1. The structure of the European Union/European Communities K. Inglis, A. Ott, M. Cremona, E. De Smijter, J. Liponska-Laberou and R. Cholewinski
2. The EC and member states in international organisations M. Rantala and A. ter Heegde
3. The candidate countries in international organisations M. Rantala, A. ter Heegde and A. Labedzka
4. Enlargement F. Hoffmeister, K. Inglis, L. Maurer, G. Ziegler, H. Isak, E. Evtimov, J. Marko, J. Wilhelm and R. Petrov
Part II. International Agreements in Different Legal Orders:
1. International agreements in the European Community legal order and the legal orders of the member states S. Peers, W. Weiss and A. Ott
2. International agreements in the legal orders of the candidate countries F. Hoffmeister, E. Evtimov, V. Tyc, N. Emiliou, E. Parn, O. Varhelyi, D. Luters-Thummel, V. Vadapalas, I. Jarukaitis, M. Frendo, R. Piscopo, A. Lazowski, I. Grozavescu, B. BohaCik, P. Vehar, T. Ilesic and M. Sen
Part III. The Europe Agreements and the other Association Agreements with Candidate Countries:
1. General principles of the Europe agreements and the association agreements with Cyprus, Malta and Turkey F. Hoffmeister, P. Vehar and T. Ilesic
2. Free movement of goods under the Europe agreements P. Koutrakos
3. Agriculture J. McMahon
4. Fisheries N. Wolff
5. Persons, services and capital E. Guild, W. Weiss, N. Rogers, M. Cremona, S. Peers, P. Vehar and T. Ilesie
6. Competition and other economic provisions A. Evans
7. Public procurement A. Lazowski
8. Approximation of laws A. Lazowski
9. Environment R. Arnold, K. Inglis and J. Linda
10. Economic and monetary policy (In the framework of EMU) F. Amtenbrink and B. Dziechciarz
11. Banking and other financial services B. Dziechciarz
12. Taxation T. Reith and Z. Wizner
13. The justice and home affairs acquis: asylum and migration R. Cholewinski and N. Rozehnalov
14. Money laundering, corruption and drugs A. Fijalkowski
15. Social policy and social co-operation A. ter Heegde
16. Consumer protection and public health G. Sander
17. Industrial policy, enterprise policy and small and medium-sized enterprises A. Lazowski
18. Science and technology A. Ott
19. Education and training A. Ott
20. Information, communication and culture D. Buschle
21. Telecommunications, postal services and broadcasting V. Kronenberger
22. Statistics A. Ott
23. Energy M. Hattig
24. Transport V. Kronenberger
25. Tourism K. Inglis
26. Public administration G. Sander
27. Regional development and co-ordination of structural instruments A. Evans
28. Institutions A. Evans
Index.