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The EU Internal Market in Comparative Perspective

Economic, Political and Legal Analyses

by Jacques Pelkmans (Volume editor) Dominik Hanf (Volume editor) Michele Chang (Volume editor)
Edited Collection 314 Pages

Summary

The European Union’s internal market is the «hard core» of integration and by far its most precious asset. However a number of deep-seated factors have impeded the development of a systematic and wide-ranging academic research programme dedicated to the internal market. The purpose of this book is to begin to address this predicament with a tri-disciplinary analysis of the internal market, as scant opportunities for mutual understanding and learning across disciplines (law, economics and politics) currently exist. Internal market scholars from all three disciplines collaborated on this project, in which each chapter was read and critiqued by a scholar from a different discipline. The editors trust that this unique exercise reveals to many readers the enormous potential for in-depth and continuous analysis of the internal market and all that it entails. It also provides an accessible text for students and scholars from all three disciplines interested in the internal market.

Details

Pages
314
ISBN (PDF)
9783035261158
ISBN (Softcover)
9789052014241
Language
English
Publication date
2012 (March)
Published
Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2008. 314 pp.

Biographical notes

Jacques Pelkmans (Volume editor) Dominik Hanf (Volume editor) Michele Chang (Volume editor)

The Editors: Jacques Pelkmans is Director and Jan Tinbergen Chair for European Economic Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges and Chair on Business and Europe at the Vlerick School of Management, Leuven/Gent. Dominik Hanf is Professor of European Law at the College of Europe in Bruges and Director of the European Interdisciplinary Studies Programme at the College of Europe in Natolin (Warsaw). Michele Chang is Professor in the Department of European Political and Administrative Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges.

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Title: The EU Internal Market in Comparative Perspective