The first edition of Textbook on EEC Law broke new ground by providing a single text covering the constitutional, institutional and administrative law of the Communities, as well as the substantive law. /—/
By focusing on the areas of maximum practical and academic interest, Josephine Steiner has been able to provide the reader, whether student or practitioner, with a clear insight into the underlying principles of EEC law and the processes of the European Court of Justice. /—/
Contents Include: Sources, Nature and the Effect of EEC Law; Economic and Social Law of the EEC; Free Movement of Goods; Competition Policy; Free Movement of Persons; Sex Discrimination; Remedies and Enforcement of EEC Law: Action before National Courts; Action before the Court of Justice against Member States and against Community Institutions.