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  1. This book examines the European Union’s impact on private and especially contract law. It shows how the European Union’s founding Treaties grant it in principle only a limited competence in the field, but how in practice the European Union’s influence is broad and to some extent unpredictable.
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    €59.-

  2. The goal of the volume is to explore how widespread criticism of the European Court of Human Rights is. It also assesses to what extent such criticism is being translated in strategies at the political level or at the judicial level and brings about concrete changes in the dynamics between national and European fundamental rights protection.
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    €150.-

  3. Access to the European Union not only provides a comprehensive overview of European integration but also offers fresh insight with each revised edition. Thanks to its clear and systematic approach, this book guides the reader through the maze of European Union policies.
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    €65.-

  4. European law affects national private law in many ways. This is not only true for EU Directives, but also for the EU Treaties, the EU Charter on Fundamental Rights and the general principles of EU law. This book explores the influence of European law on legal relationships between individuals.
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    €69.-

  5. This rise of a particular kind of European Union legislation known as the ‘optional instrument’ is a novel trend in the context of EU law, and one that until now has not been comprehensively mapped or explored. This study examines and discusses existing and proposed EU Optional Instruments (OIs) in different fields of European law, including company law, intellectual property law and procedural law (such as the European Company, the Community ...
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    €78.-

  6. Using insights from multilevel governance and pluralism, this book provides an in-depth analysis of the development of European private law in the Dutch and German legal order. It focuses on the question whether the coexistence of national and European state and non-state actors is detrimental or beneficial for the predictability, consistency, accessibility and responsiveness of European private law.
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    €125.-

  7. 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.-

  8. In numerous fields of law, ranging from family law to company law, private actors increasingly set their own rules, revert to private enforcement of those rules and choose the applicable law.
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    €49.-

  9. 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.-

  10. This book focuses on the consequences of the financial crisis for EU law – not only with respect to various specific areas of the law, but also with respect to very fundamental issues regarding the role and function of the European Union and European law.
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    €79.-
 
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