Journals Higher Education



24 July 2013

480 Pages

9.7 x 6.7 inches

ISBN: 9780199670796

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Foster on EU Law

Nigel Foster

  • Provides a focused account of essential EU law topics, including chapters on discrimination and competition law
  • Features clear and concise explanations from an experienced lecturer and examiner, providing a straight-forward, unbiased account of the subject to ensure readers can grasp key issues quickly
  • A two-part structure first provides thorough coverage of the institutions of the EU, ensuring you gain a solid understanding of the key principles which govern the Union, before moving on to discuss a range of substantive issues
  • Accompanied by a free Online Resource Centre providing addtional resources to support you throughout your course including updates from the author, an interactive timeline and map of Europe, further reading suggestions, and exam advice.

New to this Edition:

  • A new chapter on Competition Policy and Law
  • Consideration of supremacy and International law and the UK European Union Act 2011
  • Extended discussion of human rights, in particular the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights
  • Discussion of further changes to Article 263 TFEU and changes to the European Parliament
  • Consideration of the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize award

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