Introductory note; Part A The Community's Cultural Competences;
Chapter 1 Pre-Maastricht Intervention in the Cultural Domain: An Early Cultural Agenda;
Chapter 2 Community Cultural Competences: An Appraisal of Article 151 EC; Part B Internal Market and Culture;
Chapter 3 Culture, Free Movement and European Courts;
Chapter 4 Internal Market Legislation and Cultural Mainstreaming; Part C Competition Law and Culture;
Chapter 5 Cultural Mainstreaming in EC Anti-Trust and Merger Control;
Chapter 6 Cultural Mainstreaming in EC State Aid Control; Part D Evaluation of Cultural Mainstreaming.
Pursuant to Article 151(4) EC, when exercising its competences under the various policy areas within its purview, the European Community must heed the cultural repercussions of its activities, so as to refrain from jeopardising the preservation and further enhancement of Member States' cultural diversity. Evaluating the degree of accommodation, or lack thereof, of cultural considerations in EC law and action, this book offers valuable insight into the plethora of ways in which the European institutions seek to balance cultural with other legitimate EC policy objectives. The study draws upon a series of policy areas that are (or can be) enriched with a cultural dimension and examines concrete judicial and legislative instances attesting to the efforts deployed to deliver coherent, culture-sensitive policies at EC level. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The Development of the EC and the EU-- European Integration-- Federalism, Sovereignty and Subsidiarity-- The Nature and Sources of EC Law-- Law Making and the Political Institutions-- Community Acts-- The Community Courts-- Direct Effect and State Liability-- Preliminary Rulings-- Community Economic and Social Law and the Impact of General Principles-- Common Market and Internal Market: The Four Freedoms-- Free Movement of Goods and of Persons (including Citizenship)-- Competition Law and its Enforcement-- Judicial Review and Supervision of the Institutions-- Member States and their Community Obligations.
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First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. (source: Nielsen Book Data)