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9780199641857

Steiner & Woods EU Law

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  • ISBN13:

    9780199641857

  • ISBN10:

    0199641854

  • Edition: 11th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-10-25
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Summary

Now in its eleventh edition, Steiner and Woods EU Law is rightfully regarded as one of the best and most trusted EU law textbooks available. The book includes a well-balanced range of topics for students taking undergraduate courses on EU law. It offers a careful blend of institutional andsubstantive coverage and focuses on explaining the law clearly for an undergraduate readership, as well as raising areas for debate. The end of chapter further reading lists highlight where to go for more in-depth research and flowcharts help to visually represent the workings of the EU to give aclear understanding of these processes.Online Resource Centre:The book is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre offering teaching and learning support, including a customisable test bank of multiple choice questions and answers, electronic copies of the figures from the book for use in lectures and as handouts, as well as links to student resourcesincluding a glossary, web links, interactive map of Europe and a timeline showing major events in the development of the EU.

Author Biography


Lorna Woods is Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Research at City University, London and a member of the Institute for the Study of European Law at City University. Before moving to City University in 2008, Professor Woods taught at Sheffield University and Essex University. Her research areas are in EU law, particularly free movement rights, as well as broadcasting law and policy. Her publications include European Broadcasting Law and Policy (with J. Harrison, CUP 2007).

Philippa Watson is Professor of Law at City University, London and a Barrister at Essex Court Chambers, London. She is also a member of the Institute for the Study of European Law at City University. Her work is mainly in the area of EU law and competition. She is the author of EU Social and Employment Law (OUP 2009).

Table of Contents


Part I
1: From EEC to EU: a brief history of the development of the Union
2: Institutions of the Union: composition and powers
3: Scope of the EU Treaty: laws and lawmaking
4: Principle of supremacy of EU law
5: Principles of direct applicability and direct effects
6: General principles of law
Part II
7: Framework for enforcement
8: Remedies in national courts
9: State liability
10: The preliminary rulings procedure
11: Enforcement actions
12: Direct action for annulment
13: Action for failure to act
14: Union liability in tort: action for damages
Part III
15: Introduction to the internal market
16: Harmonisation
17: Customs union
18: Free movement of goods
19: Derogation from the free movement of goods
20: Free movement of payments and capital
21: Citizenship: rights of free movement and residence
22: Economic rights: workers, establishment and services
23: Free movement: social rights
24: Right to receive services
25: Free movement of persons: limitations on grounds of public policy, public security, or public health
26: The area of freedom, security and justice: EU home affairs law and policy
27: Discrimination
28: Introduction to competition policy
29: Elements of competition law in the internal market
30: Restrictions on state aid
Part I
1. From EEC to EU: a brief history of the development of the Union
2. Institutions of the Union: composition and powers
3. Scope of the EU Treaty: laws and lawmaking
4. Principle of supremacy of EU law
5. Principles of direct applicability and direct effects
6. General principles of law
Part II
7. Framework for enforcement
8. Remedies in national courts
9. State liability
10. The preliminary rulings procedure
11. Enforcement actions
12. Direct action for annulment
13. Action for failure to act
14. Community liability in tort
Part III
15. Introduction to the internal market
16. Harmonisation
17. Customs union
18. Free movement of goods
19. Derogation from the free movement of goods
20. Free movement of payments and capital
21. Citizenship: rights of free movement and residence
22. Economic rights: workers, establishment and services
23. Free movement: social rights
24. Right to receive services
25. Free movement of persons: limitations on grounds of public policy, public security, or public health
26. The area of freedom, security and justice: EU home affairs law and policy
27. Discrimination
28. Introduction to competition policy
29. Elements of competition law in the internal market
30. Restrictions on state aid

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