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EU Trade Law

EU Trade Law

9781788977401

EU Trade Law

Elgar European Law series

Rafael Leal-Arcas, Jean Monnet Chaired Professor of EU International Economic Law, Professor of European and International Economic Law and Director of Research, Queen Mary University of London, UK

ISBN: 9781788977401
Publicado: 2019
Páginas: 352

eISBN: 9781788977418
Publicado: 2019
Páginas: 352

This comprehensive book provides a thorough analytical overview of the European Union’s existing law and policy in the field of international trade. Considering the history and context of the law’s evolution, it offers an adept examination of its common commercial policy competence through the years, starting with the Treaty of Rome up until the Treaty of Lisbon, as a background for understanding the EU’s present role in the World Trade Organization (WTO) framework.

Accessible and thought-provoking, chapters offer a legal analysis of EU trade policy after the Treaty of Rome, after the conclusion of the WTO Agreement, at the Treaty of Amsterdam, at the Treaty of Nice, and at the Treaty of Lisbon, taking into account the most recent constitutional developments by the Lisbon Treaty on division of competences between the EU and its Member States. Additional thought is given to the role of major EU institutions and their balance within EU trade law and policy, and the tension between efficiency and accountability in decision-making processes in EU trade policy is further considered.

Students and scholars working in the field of European and international trade law and policy, and international economic law and policy more generally, will find this a clear and useful resource. Practitioners seeking a clear and up-to-date insight into the area will also appreciate this important work.

CONTENIDO

1. Introduction

Part I. Substantive Aspects
2. The European Communities’ external action
3. The European Union in the GATT/World Trade Organization
4. The Nice Treaty
5. The Constitutional and Lisbon Treaties

Part II. Procedural Aspects
6. Mixed agreements
7. Negotiation of trade agreements
8. Conclusion and ratification of trade agreements
9. Implementation and dispute settlement of trade agreements
10. Enforcement of trade agreements
11. Efficiency v. accountability
12. Conclusion

Index

Contributors:

Rafael Leal-Arcas, Jean Monnet Chaired Professor of EU International Economic Law, Professor of European and International Economic Law and Director of Research, Queen Mary University of London, UK

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