From Single Market to Economic Union
Essays in Memory of John A. Usher
Edited by Niamh Nic Shuibhne and Laurence W. Gormley
Table of Contents
Professor Sir David Edward: Preface
Niamh Nic Shuibhne: Introduction
PART I: ECONOMIC AND MONETARY LAW AND POLICY
1: Fabian Amtenbrink: Denationalizing Monetary Policy: Reflections on 60 Years of European Monetary Integration
2: Andrew Scott: Does Economic Union Require a Fiscal Union?
3: Takis Tridimas: Financial Supervision and Agency Power: Reflections on ESMA
PART II: THE INTERNAL MARKET: EVOLUTION AND REGULATION
4: Laurence Gormley: Some Problems of the Customs Union and the Internal Market
5: Jacqueline Dutheil de la Rochère: Betting, Monopolies, and the Protection of Public Order
6: Amandine Garde: Freedom of Commercial Expression and Public Health Protection: The Principle of Proportionality as a Tool to Strike the Balance
7: Rosa Greaves: A Private Right Conferred Directly by EU Trade Mark Law: An Analysis of the Concept of 'Distinctiveness' under EU Law
8: Thomas Horsley: The Concept of an Obstacle to Intra-EU Capital Movement in EU Law
9: Stephen Weatherill: Maximum versus Minimum Harmonization: Choosing between Unity and Diversity in the Search for the Soul of the Internal Market
10: Noreen Burrows and Muriel Robinson: The Motherhood Penalty: The Contribution of Europe
11: Francesco De Cecco: State Aid and Self-Government: Regional Taxation and the Shifting Spaces of Constitutional Autonomy
12: Dimitry Kochenov: Member State Nationalities and the Internal Market: Illusions and Reality
PART III: COMMON POLICIES
13: Joseph McMahon: Chasing a Moving Target through a Thick Fog: Questioning the Objectives of the Common Agricultural Policy
14: Caitríona A. Carter: Integrating 'Sustainable Development' in the European Government of Industry: Sea Fisheries and Aquaculture Compared
PART IV: EXPANDING HORIZONS
15: Marc Maresceau: Turkey: A Candidate State Destined to Join the Union?
16: Robin CA White: Reshaping the Human Rights Landscape of the European Union
17: Jan Jans: Towards a Draft Common Frame of Reference for Public Law?
PART V: JUDICIAL PROTECTION AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE
18: Francis Jacobs: The Lisbon Treaty, the Court of Justice, and the Rule of Law
19: Richard Plender: Whose Law is to be Applied under the Rome Regulations?
JHH Weiler: Concluding Essay: The Binding of Joseph