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Sixty Years of EU State Aid Law and Policy: Analysis and Assessment provides a critical review of State aid, from its evolution to the practical implementation of current rules. If an EU industrial policy can be said to exist, its contours may be found in the complex and evolving concept of State aid. Because approaching any State aid issue can be fraught with multiple and sometimes conflicting interpretations, an in-depth analysis of the rationales, initiatives and regulations that constitute the State aid system is much needed. In response to this need, this book provides a fine-grained clarifying context through which recent reforms, policy shifts and judicial decisions concerning State aid can be understood and applied to specific situations.
What’s in this book:
Focusing on the impacts of landmark cases and policy developments leading to a deeply informed critique of the current State Aid Modernisation Programme, the authors cover such issues and topics as the following:
This book is a crucially important source of both theoretical enlightenment and practical wisdom that enables lawyers and practitioners to confidently progress through any legal matter involving EU State aid rules. As an up-to-date coverage of EU State aid law and policy, this book serves as a handbook for national and international officials, in-house counsel and the academic community throughout the EU, the EEA, the Energy Community, EU Candidate and Association countries and in other countries which have signed or are continuing to negotiate free trade agreements with the EU.