BIBLIOGRAPHY : Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (UK) et Northampton (USA), 2007, 758 p.

Economics of European Union Law

Paul B. Stephan

Economic analysis is becoming an increasingly powerful means of illuminating the European Union legal system, both as a method of deciphering and of influencing EU policy. This important volume focuses upon this relationship between economics and EU law, elucidating both the complex and complementary nature of these two subjects.

This authoritative selection of articles includes topics such as the politics of European federalism, the law and economics of immigration policy, judicial review and corporate governance in the European Union. Professor Stephan’s perceptive introduction highlights the interrelated aspect of these subjects and the potential conclusions to be drawn from the volume as a whole.

". . . recommended for those who seek to have a convenient collection in one volume of various essays on a diverse range of topics of the economics of EU law." – Vincent J.G. Power, International Company and Commercial Law Review

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Stéphane Rodrigues, Economics of European Union Law, December 2007, Concurrences Review N° 4-2007, Art. N° 14312, pp. 183-187

Publisher Edward Elgar Pub

Date 1 January 2007

Number of pages 784

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