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Europa Law Publishing (The Netherlands), established in 2000, is an independent law publishing house producing books with a high standard of scholarship. The Press, producing about 10 English language titles each year, specializes in European Union law, public international law, and European private law. The titles also focus on international trade law, environmental law, and comparative national law. These publications will be of interest to those collecting in a variety of fields involving international and comparative law.


  • A New Model for European Medical Device Regulation

    A New Model for European Medical Device Regulation

    A Comparative Legal Analysis in the EU and the USA

    By Sharon Frank

    This book analyses the regulation of medical devices at the federal level in the United States and in the European Union. It covers fundamental aspects (substantive and procedural) of the regulation of medical devices in both regimes, in...

    Paper - 9789089520524 - $ 104.00

  • Access to Information in the European Union

    Access to Information in the European Union

    A Comparative Analysis of EC and Member State Legislation

    By H. Kranenborg, W. Voermans

    In the last 15 years, transparency has been one of the central themes in the European integration process. By providing more openness about its activities, the European Union tries to bring itself closer to its citizens....

    Paper - 9789076871462 - $ 65.00

  • Access to Justice in Environmental Matters and the Role of NGO's

    Access to Justice in Environmental Matters and the Role of NGO's

    Empirical Findings and Legal Appraisal

    By Nicolas De Sadeleer, Gerhard Roller, Miriam Dross

    The Avosetta Series contains texts that present innovative discourse on European environmental law. This book, sixth in the series, is based on the findings of a research study on Access to Justice in Environmental Matters that...

    Paper - 9789089521477 - $ 106.00

  • Administrative Law in Europe

    Administrative Law in Europe

    Between Common Principles and National Traditions

    Edited by: Matthias Ruffert

    In various European countries, debates on the transformation of administrative law are held from a national perspective and with different intensity. Given the considerable effects such discussion may have on the methods of administrative legal scholarship, an analysis of these developments...

    Paper - 9789089521323 - $ 72.00

  • Ambiguity in the Rule of Law

    Ambiguity in the Rule of Law

    The interface between national and international legal systems

    Edited by: Thomas A.J.A. Vandamme, Jan-Herman Reestman

    Gijsbert Karel van Hogendorp, 1762-1834, is the auctor intellectualis of the Dutch Kingdom's first Constitution (1814). To his honour, the G.K. van Hogendorp Centre was founded in 1996 to promote research and teaching of European...

    Paper - 9789076871325 - $ 62.00

  • Citizenship, Nationality and Access to Public Service Employment

    Citizenship, Nationality and Access to Public Service Employment

    The Impact of European Community Law

    By J.E. Beenen


    298 pages

    Publication Date: 5/21/2001
    Format: Paper
    ISBN: 9789076871301

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    Paper - 9789076871301 - $ 100.00

  • Civic Integration and Modern Citizenship

    Civic Integration and Modern Citizenship

    By A.W.M. Odé, J.F.I. Klaver

    This study provides a detailed and systematic explanation of the Netherlands' experience with civic integration policies. Today, the Netherlands has one of the most encompassing and coercive civic integration policies, characterized by overseas civic integration testing, a general obligation to pass a civic integration...

    Paper - 9789089520654 - $ 76.00

  • Collective Enforcement of Consumer Law

    Collective Enforcement of Consumer Law

    Securing Compliance in Europe through Private Group Action and Public Authority Intervention

    Edited by: Willem H. van Boom, Marco Loos

    In the 1970s and 1980s, the consumer rights movement in Europe primarily focused on improving consumer rights by way of changing the substantive law. Moreover, from the second half of...

    Paper - 9789076871806 - $ 80.00

  • Competition Law and Environmental Protection in Europe

    Competition Law and Environmental Protection in Europe

    Towards Sustainability?

    By Hans Vedder

    Article 6 of the EC Treaty requires an integration of environmental protection requirements into the European Community's policies. As a result environmental concerns must also be integrated into Community competition law and policy. Taking Article 6 EC as a starting point, this book begins with the...

    Paper - 9789076871943 - $ 150.00

  • Concise Introduction to Comparative Law

    Concise Introduction to Comparative Law

    By Michael Bogdan

    In today's globalized world, jurists cannot limit themselves to studying the laws of their own country. This book is mainly designed to be used as a textbook for beginners taking introductory courses on foreign and comparative law. The book's concise format makes it fit for use also...

    Paper - 9789089521255 - $ 65.00