Series: Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy

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The Allocation of Regulatory Competence in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme by Josephine A. W. van Zeben
Brokering Europe: Euro-Lawyers and the Making of a Transnational Polity by Antoine Vauchez
The Constitution for Europe: A Legal Analysis by Jean-Claude Piris
Ethical Dimensions of the Foreign Policy of the European Union: A Legal Appraisal by Urfan Khaliq
The Ethos of Europe: Values, Law and Justice in the EU by Andrew Williams
European Broadcasting Law and Policy by Jackie Harrison
The European Civil Code: The Way Forward by Hugh Collins
The European Convention on Human Rights: Achievements, Problems and Prospects by Steven Greer
The European Union's Fight Against Corruption by Patrycja Szarek-Mason
The Eurozone Crisis: A Constitutional Analysis by Kaarlo Tuori
Implementing EU Pollution Control: Law and Integration by Bettina Lange
International Trade Disputes and EU Liability by Anne Thies
The Lisbon Treaty: A Legal and Political Analysis by Jean-Claude Piris
Services Liberalization in the EU and the WTO by Marcus Klamert
Social Rights and Market Freedom in the European Constitution: A Labour Law Perspective by Stefano Giubboni
State and Market in European Union Law by Wolf Sauter

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