While the internal market has been at the heart of the European project from the very beginning, it has rarely been the subject of sustained and comprehensive scholarly examination in its entirety. In the face of profound legal, political and policy pressures, this timely Research Handbook reflects on the cutting-edge issues, horizontal themes and the big questions which illuminate the shape of the internal market. It places the law and policy of the internal market within the context of the financial crisis and the existential questions this has raised for future European integration. In a departure from existing literature in the field, expert contributors approach the four freedoms as a functional whole and identify horizontal and overarching themes that have emerged over the years. The Research Handbook on the Law of the EU's Internal Market addresses six overarching themes: the reach of the internal market, the relationship between economic and non-economic interests, the internal market as an economic union, uniformity versus diversity, the governance and politics of the internal market, and the internal market in the world. This perceptive Research Handbook will be fascinating reading for academics and students in EU law and European studies. It will also be an invaluable resource for practitioners, policy makers, and anyone interested in the future of the internal market in particular and European integration in general.
Contributors include: C. Barnard, T. Beukers, A. Cédelle, P. Craig, M. Cremona, G. Davies, F. De Witte, M. Egan, S. Enchelmaier, V. Hatzopoulos, H. Hofmann, T. Horsley, E. Howell, P. Koutrakos, I. Maletić, M. Markakis, H. Micklitz, N. Nic Shuibhne, J. Payne, W.-H. Roth, A. Saydé, C. Sieburgh, J. Snell, J. Vella, H. Vedder, P. Wattel, S. Weatherill. Includes index.
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Contents: 1. Internal market - an introduction / Panos Koutrakos and Jukka Snell Part I The reach of the internal market 2. Between market access and discrimination: free movement as a right to fair conditions of competition / Gareth Davies 3. Freedom as a source of constraint: expanding market discipline through free movement / Alexandre Saydé 4. Horizontality: the application of the four freedoms to restrictions imposed by private parties / Stefan Enchelmaier 5. The competence to harmonise and its limits / Stephen Weatherill 6. The day the clock stopped: EU citizenship and the single market / Catherine Barnard Part II The relationship between economic and non-economic interests 7. The architecture of the EU's social market economy / Floris de Witte 8. Healthcare in the internal market / Vassilis Hatzopoulos 9. Integrating rather than juxtaposing environmental policy and the internal market / Hans Vedder 10. Primary EU law, European regulatory private law and national private law / Hans Micklitz and Carla Sieburgh 11. Fundamental rights and the framework of internal market adjudication: is the charter making a difference? / Niamh Nic Shuibhne Part III Internal market as an economic union 12. The creation of a European capital market / Jennifer Payne and Elizabeth Howell 13. The Eurozone crisis and the autonomy of member states in economic union: changes and challenges / Thomas Beukers 14. The euro area, its regulation and impact on non-euro member states / Professor Paul Craig, University of Oxford and Menelaos Markakis, University of Oxford Part IV Uniformity versus diversity 15. Taxation in the internal market / Peter Wattel 16. Differentiated integration in the EU: lessons from the Financial Transaction Tax / Anzhela Cédelle and John Vella 17. Derogations from the regulation of free movement: Article 114 TFEU / Isidora Maletić Part V The governance and politics of the internal market 18. Institutional dynamics reloaded: the Court of Justice and the development of the EU internal market / Thomas Horsley 19. Mutual recognition / Wulf-Henning Roth 20. European regulatory union? the role of agencies and standards / Herwig Hofmann Part VI The internal market in the world 21. The internal market and external economic relations / Marise Cremona 22. The evolution of single markets in Europe and the United States / Michelle Egan Index.
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