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Vol 24 No 9 Sept/Oct 2019

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EU State Aid Law: Emerging Trends at the National and EU Level

Edited by: Pier L. Parcu, Giorgio Monti, Marco Botta

ISBN13: 9781788975247
To be Published: February 2020
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £90.00

Recent years have seen significant evolution in the European Commission's approach to State aid policy. This thought-provoking book analyses the enforcement of State Aid law in the aftermath of the State aid Modernization initiative, identifying a number of emerging trends at both national and EU level. Eminent scholars unpack the recent developments that have contributed to the decentralization of the enforcement of State Aid law, including the General Block Exemption Regulation which allows a larger number of aid schemes to be implemented by national authorities without prior notification to the European Commission. Timely contributions also consider the increasing role of national courts in the enforcement of State aid rules, as well as the Commission's current reliance on State Aid policy to pursue common objectives of EU interest, thus shaping a de facto EU industrial policy.

This discerning book is a key resource for students and scholars specializing in both State Aid law and EU law more widely. Containing detailed analysis of the legal and economic consequences of State Aid Modernization, EU State Aid Law will also interest practitioners, economists, and public officials involved in State Aid enforcement.

European Jurisdictions, EU Law
Preface - Pier Luigi Parcu, Giorgio Monti and Marco Botta
1. Introduction - Pier Luigi Parcu, Giorgio Monti and Marco Botta
2. Is the notion of aid broadening or shrinking over time, and if so why? A subjective view on the rationale of the case law - Massimo Merola and Filippo Caliento
3. State aid control: recent developments and some remaining challenges - Alberto Heimler
4. Infrastructures and SGEI: the scope of State aid control and its impact on national policies - Ginevra Bruzzone and Marco Boccaccio
5. State aid Policy in the Broadband Sector: Public Announcements, Investments and Crowding Out - Pier Luigi Parcu and Maria Alessandra Rossi
6. The functions of national courts in the private enforcement of State Aid law - Fernando Pastor-Merchante and Giorgio Monti
7. New Trends in the State Aid Enforcement by National Courts: Damages Claims and the State Aid Cooperation Tools - Simone Donzelli and Bernadette Willemot-Nieuwenhuys
8. A Recipe for Confusion: parallel treaties and parallel proceedings in State Aid cases - Adam Scott
9. Recent developments in German State Aid jurisprudence: a scrutiny from the perspective of the preliminary reference procedure (Art.
267 TFEU) - Josef Weinzierl
10. Enforcement of State aid law at the national Level - recent trends in Spain - Juan Jorge Piernas Lopez