Manuel de droit européen des aides d’État, Michaël KARPENSCHIF

Michaël Karpenschif

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This handbook intends to define the main concepts (What is State aid? What is public service obligation compensation? What is de minimis aid? ...), detail the rules in force (What is existing aid, what is new aid? What is unlawful and/or incompatible aid? ), restore the role of each of the actors in this area (What powers/duty for the Commission, European judges, national authorities and judges? ) and explain the issues at stake in this area (What is the purpose of State aid law? Is it used for purposes other than the establishment of pure and perfect competition? ...).

Up to date with the latest legislative reforms (amended RGEC 2017, Rules of Procedure 2015) and the case law of the Court of Justice (all judgments from February 1961 to July 2019) as well as that of the national courts, this handbook will be of interest to lawyers specialising in public law and competition law, administrative magistrates, lawyers from local authorities and central administrations as well as academics.

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Stéphane Rodrigues, Manuel de droit européen des aides d’État, Michaël KARPENSCHIF, February 2020, Concurrences N° 1-2020, Art. N° 92913, p. 246

Publisher Bruylant

Date 11 December 2019

Number of pages 546

ISBN 978-2-8027-6482-3

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