Compliance and Enforcement of European Community Law
John A. E. Vervaele
Kluwer Law International, Jan 1, 1999 - Law - 426 pages
This collection of papers reflects the growing interest among European Union law scholars and practitioners in the impact of Community law on the main fields of the Member States' legal orders: constitutional law, administrative law, criminal law and private law.
In particular the requirements of an effective compliance with, and enforcement of, Community law have contributed to a Europeanization of those areas of national law. This book brings together case studies from such diverse policy areas as customs law, foodstuffs and waste transport, as well as more general analyses from both a comparative legal and a political science point of view.
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TIIE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMUNITY
Implementation Discretion and Rules
General Aspects of Europeanization and Horizontalization of Enforcement
Structures of Transnational Govemance and Their Legitimacy
European Harmonization of National Regulatory Styles?
Legal System Theory and Legal Methods of Research into the Enforcement
the Law Concerning Waste Shipments
New Priorities in the Enforcement of the Financial Interests of the Community
Joint Conclusions of the Workshop on the Shifting Boundaries in the Enforcement
European Standards for Civil Liability of the State
Administrative and Criminal Sanctions in
Crossborder Private Enforcement of Community
A Foundation for Private Enforcement
The Conﬂict of Public Law
Table of Cases of the Court of Justice and of the Court of First Instance of