A Critical Introduction to European Law (Law in Context)

A Critical Introduction to European Law (Law in Context)

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780406081926
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Full Description

This student textbook acts as an introduction to the subject, examining European law in its economic, philosophical, historical and political contexts. It pays particular attention to the law of constitution and the UK experience of integration in Europe.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii (6)
Table of European Communities xiii(2)
Legislation
Table of UK Legislation xv (2)
Table of Cases xvii
Chapter 1 The History of an Idea 1 (51)
1. The road to Rome 1 (15)
2. Stagnation, crisis and two more Treaties 16 (18)
3. `1992' 34 (13)
4. Beyond Maastricht 47 (5)
Chapter 2 The Law of the Constitution 52 (48)
1. The constitutional review of the 52 (12)
European Court of Justice
(a) Review of member state action 53 (7)
(b) Institutional review 60 (4)
2. The politics of the ECJ 64 (13)
3. The law of integration 77 (23)
(a) Bothered and bewildered 77 (11)
(b) EC law in the UK courts: three 88 (12)
studies
(i) The Spanish fishermen 89 (4)
(ii) Sunday trading 93 (3)
(iii) Re M 96 (4)
Chapter 3 The Economics of European Law 100 (38)
1. The History and the theory of European 100 (18)
economics
(a) From Rome to Milan 101 (6)
(b) `1992' and the completion of the 107 (11)
internal market
2. The law of European economics 118 (20)
(a) Free movement 119 (7)
(b) Competition 126 (7)
(c) The Common Agriculture Policy 133 (5)
Chapter 4 The Morality of European Law 138 (35)
1. Human rights 138 (9)
2. Social policy and social law 147 (26)
(a) The Treaty provisions, free movement 147 (5)
and immigration
(b) Social policy initiatives 152 (7)
(c) Industrial relations 159 (6)
(d) Sex discrimination 165 (8)
Chapter 5 A Jurisprudential Reprise 173 (22)
1. Politics, comparativism and normativism 173 (9)
2. A post-modern alternative 182 (13)
(a) The Kantian genesis 182 (3)
(b) A Derridean model 185 (5)
(c) Towards a post-modern resolution 190 (5)
Bibliography 195 (24)
Index 219