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Published on November 1st, 2017 | by Argyro Myzithra


New Book: Droit matériel de l’Union européenne

Authors: Chahira Boutayeb
Editor : L.G.D.J
Collection: Manuels
ISBN: 978-2-275-05104-8
Release date: 09/2017
Page number: 592 pages
Language: French

The substantive law of the European Union often seems complex for the outside observer. Its complexity is mainly due to the technical nature and density of the domains governed, and the nature of the integration process, which is always more intense.
Added to this is the delicate implementation of several procedural reforms, as evidenced by competition law. However, the substantive law of the Union remains subject to precise and identifiable principles and mechanisms that the author endeavors to explain and highlight.
The book is structured around two main themes, each of which lends itself to a thorough and thorough examination: the area of freedom (1st part), through the four freedoms of movement, fundamental supports of the internal market, and the competition area (Part 2), the rules of which apply to private or public undertakings as well as to national authorities.
In this book, the author endeavors to highlight the most recent legislative developments and developments in the case law, particularly with regard to freedom of movement, particularly goods and persons, the harmonization of national laws. customs integration, mainly through the new Customs Code, which entered into force on 1 May 2016, the Schengen Code of 9 March 2016, recently amended by a regulation of 15 March 2017, recent revisions to the GBER, contributions from the Regulation State aid procedure dated 13 July 2015, or the recent EU Trade Mark Regulation, adopted on 14 June 2017.
This fourth edition, substantially enriched, has new chapters, for example the one relating to European public procurement law (public contracts and concessions).
The book is intended for students of Bachelor and Master, candidates for various competitions or entrance exams, practitioners, as well as those who wish to constantly evolve.

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