By Lorna Woods
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EU Law is one of the leading textbooks in this area and covers, in a logical progression, both the institutions of the EU and the substantive law they produce. Students are introduced to the new European Constitution, its aims and the reasons for it Continue
EU Law is one of the leading textbooks in this area and covers, in a logical progression, both the institutions of the EU and the substantive law they produce. Students are introduced to the new European Constitution, its aims and the reasons for its negotiation. In addition, a new text design and pedagogical features have been incorporated, including chapter summaries and footnotes, making the text easier to navigate.
This ninth edition has undergone in-depth development to ensure the book is closely tailored to the needs of courses and now contains further reading lists and a new two-color text design. The new structure better mirrors the way most EU law courses are taught with coverage of the institutions forming Parts I and II and coverage of substantive law forming Part III of the book. Also included in this edition is a new chapter on free movement of capital.
With the additional online resource for both professors and students, this new edition is a leader in providing updated, thorough and accurate information about the EU, its governing role and the laws it constructs.
Online Resource Centre:
Updates on case law and the progress of the European Constitution
Web links to other web sites useful to students, and primary materials
Glossary of terms
Multiple choice questions and answers
- English Books
- Paperback 672 Pages
- ISBN-10: 0199279594
- ISBN-13: 9780199279593
- Publisher: Oxford University Press
- Publish date: 2006-08-10
- Dimensions: 258 mm x 1,102 mm x 1,586 mm Just how big is that?