A Legal and Political Interpretation of Article 215(2) (new Article 288(2)) of the Treaty of Rome: The Individual Strikes Back
The aims of this monograph are first and foremost, to attempt to examine Article 215(2) of the Treaty of Rome and the effective protection of the individual in community law. In doing so, it explores some theoretical repercussions emanating from the research. The book takes an interdisciplinary approach, as the authors argue that interdisciplinary analysis is the way forward if we are to understand the different, yet interrelated, aspects of the European integration process.
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