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The Economic and Social Law of the European Union

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Red Globe Press

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Macmillan Law Masters

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31 August 2007

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This title provides students with a clear, accessible and highly engaging analysis of substantive law of the EU in the most comprehensive text of its kind, as well as containing chapter summaries, questions, suggestions for...

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This title provides students with a clear, accessible and highly engaging analysis of substantive law of the EU in the most comprehensive text of its kind, as well as containing chapter summaries, questions, suggestions for further reading and annotated web addresses.

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Chapter summaries, questions, further reading sections and annotated website lists
A uniquely comprehensive text including substantial sections on the social dimension of the EU

Preface
Table of Cases
PART I: INTRODUCTION
Law and Economic Integration in the European Union
Law, Policy and Socio-Economic Governance
PART II: THE INTERNAL MARKET
Introduction to the Law of the Internal Market
The Customs Union
Non-tariff Barriers to Trade In Goods
Freedom to Provide Services and Freedom of Establishment
Taxation and the Internal Market
Monetary Integration
The Common Agricultural Policy
The Regulation of Anti-competitive Conduct
External Economic Relations
PART III: CITIZENS AND NON-CITIZENS
EU Citizens in the Internal Market
Towards an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice without Internal Frontiers
PART IV: THE SOCIAL DIMENSION
The Development of a Social Dimension
Equality Law and Policy
Employment Law and Policy
Environmental Law and Policy
Economic and Social Cohesion
Development Policy.

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JOSEPHINE SHAW is Salvesen Chair of European Institutions at the University of Edinburgh, UK. She was, until recently, Professor of European Law and Jean Monnet Chair at the University of Manchester. Her earlier appointments include a post as Professor of European Law and Jean Monnet Chair of European Law and Integration at the University of Leeds and Director of the Centre for the Study of Law in Europe.

JO HUNT is a Lecturer at Cardiff Law School, UK, and is the current Legal Developments contributor to the Journal of Common Market Studies Annual Review. She was formerly Lecturer at the University of Leeds, teaching a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the area of EU law.

CHLOE WALLACE is a...

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JOSEPHINE SHAW is Salvesen Chair of European Institutions at the University of Edinburgh, UK. She was, until recently, Professor of European Law and Jean Monnet Chair at the University of Manchester. Her earlier appointments include a post as Professor of European Law and Jean Monnet Chair of European Law and Integration at the University of Leeds and Director of the Centre for the Study of Law in Europe.

JO HUNT is a Lecturer at Cardiff Law School, UK, and is the current Legal Developments contributor to the Journal of Common Market Studies Annual Review. She was formerly Lecturer at the University of Leeds, teaching a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the area of EU law.

CHLOE WALLACE is a Lecturer in the Department of Law at the University of Leeds, UK. She was Visiting Lecturer at the University Jean Moulin Lyon III, France and at the University of Le Mans, France, in 2004.

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