Now in its fourteenth edition, Steiner & Woods EU Law is regarded as a trusted EU law book. The book offers a careful blend of institutional and substantive coverage and focuses on explaining the law clearly, as well as raising areas for debate. Part I of the book charts a brief history of the development of the European Union and looks at the institutions of the Union, EU law and general principles of law. Part II provides a framework of enforcement and looks at remedies in national courts, state liability, preliminary references, direct action for annulment and union non-contractual liability. Part III considers the internal market, comprising harmonisation, customs union, free movement of goods and aspects of individuals’ free movement rights including citizenship, economic rights and social rights. It also introduces key principles relating to discrimination and competition policy. Finally, the book examines the legal issues raised by the controversial Brexit process.
Keywords:European Union, EU law, direct action for annulment, harmonisation, customs union, free movement of goods, citizenship, economic and social rights, discrimination, Brexit
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- Front Matter
- Part I
- Part II
- Part III
- End Matter