New Directions in European Public Law
J. Beatson, Takis Tridimas
Hart Publishing, 1998 - Law - 198 pages
From two symposia in the winter and spring of 1997 at Cambridge, England, 13 essays analyze a cluster of issues arising in the European Union public law arena. Some deal with issues of liability and the availability of remedies in European and domestic law. Others take a broader view, looking at the phenomenon of cross-fertilization among national legal systems and between national systems and European Union law.
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