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  1. Whereas participatory democracy was traditionally meant to further the maximum participation of citizens in political life, the EU supports a modern version of the participatory ideal where citizens are represented by a selfdesignated elite of civil society experts. This book takes a critical stance on that technocratic form of government. At the same time, it examines whether there are realistic ways for a bureaucratic organization like the E...
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    €75.-

  2. This book on the EU Private Damages Directive (PDD) offers an in-depth discussion of selected issues of interpretation of the PDD.
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    €45.-

  3. This edited volume addresses the importance, implications, practices, problems and the role of economic evidence in EU competition law. It includes contributions on the use of the economic approach in the application and enforcement of EU competition law in different EU countries, candidate member states and third countries.
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    €99.-

  4. This book provides a detailed analysis of the objectives, principles and methods of EU Internal Market law. It focuses on the substantive law of the Internal Market, the strongest, most developed and most original part of EU law.
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    €125.-

  5. There is an increasing debate on the way in which the EU has developed and what it must look like in the future. This debate includes a discussion on one of the core aspects of European integration: at which level should the rules be set and who decides where the authority to do so should lie? Private law has an important role to play in this discussion. Many private law rules touch on the core of the internal market as they serve to foster tr...
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  6. One of the main objectives of this research is to examine this influence and more specifically the influence of EU law on cooperation between public authorities.
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  7. Definition of the Relevant Market

    Publication date: November 21, 2014

    Market definition plays a critical role in EC competition law, as the first step of any investigation into the nature of competition in a given industry. This book strives for a greater harmony between law and economics in defining antitrust markets.
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    €60.-

  8. When buying goods or services on behalf of a public authority, procurement officers must translate the buyer’s needs into tender documents that are clear, lawful, and well-designed. This guide helps them in this task. Rich in practical examples, it is written for procurement practitioners at all levels of government – from the local to the international – including drafters of calls for tenders, controllers, tender evaluators, managers who aut...
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  9. This book aims to provide stakeholders – students, but also academics, practitioners, civil servants, and consumers - with a better knowledge of the EU rules on public procurement and State aid. By treating these two legal fields in one volume, the book also intends to draw attention to the largely unexplored links and interfaces between public procurement and State aid rules.
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  10. Committed to Reform?

    Publication date: September 11, 2014

    This book provides in-depth case studies of EU competition enforcement in the electricity sector. It shows how the European Commission bends and stretches competition law beyond its proper limits to accommodate non-competition goals. The book’s cross-disciplinary approach and clear, straightforward language makes it a good read for both lawyers and economists interested in the interplay between the EU competition and energy policies and their ...
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