Europa Law - ebooks
Public Participation in Europe
Edited by: Gyula Bandi
Environmental democracy has several roots and reasons, as well as theoretical foundations, which are taken as a starting point of research in this book. One interpretation of environmental democracy could be that it is a visualization of democratic procedural rights, one of the...
Ebooks - 9789089521460 - $ 125.00
It has been 20 years since EU citizenship was introduced under the Treaty of Maastricht, yet it remains a topical and contemporary issue. The main research question in this study is whether and how European citizenship affects the constitutionalization of the EU. It connects European citizenship...
Ebooks - 9789089521576 - $ 110.00
EU Language Law gives a comprehensive account of all language regulations and arrangements which currently exist in EU law. First and foremost, the book covers the various explicit and implicit language regimes of EU institutions, bodies, and agencies, explaining how and why they came about....
Ebooks - 9789089521736 - $ 89.00
The grounds for debate on fundamental rights in the European Union are currently more fruitful than ever. Following the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, not only did the EU avail itself with its own 'Bill of Rights,' i.e., the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the...
Ebooks - 9789089521828 - $ 89.00
The subject of global food safety law and regulation is new, evolving, and still not definitive. On one side, it concerns a particular specific sector that, despite being connected to several issues and social interests, still presents its own specific and original features, as a sectorial system...
Ebooks - 9789089521705 - $ 62.00
Edited by: Gerd Winter
Imagine a factory that pollutes the air. If the government closes it down, can the operator allege undue encroachment on his property? If the government remains inactive, can the neighboring farmer demand that his/her property must be protected? These two questions point to two dimensions of...
Ebooks - 9789089521682 - $ 110.00
The context of sustainable development went through considerable changes since its 'official' origins in the 1980s. The original meaning referred to the right of development which must, however, be restricted by the interests of present and future generations. After the Rio+20...
Ebooks - 9789089521545 - $ 72.00
This book is borne out of the observation of a certain gap in the legal literature on the European internal market, which has traditionally focused on substantive issues - such as the content and the scope of the rules on free movement,...
Ebooks - 9789089521668 - $ 85.00
An Assessment of the EU Renewable Energy Directive
This book addresses the conflict between climate change, other environmental concerns (such as biodiversity), and international trade. It focuses on the relationship between climate change mitigation and biodiversity protection in the bioenergy sector, taking into account the specific situation for...
Ebooks - 9789089521552 - $ 92.00
A Comparative Study of the International Legal Documents
Trafficking in human beings has become one of the most serious problems of the international community. Combating this phenomenon in an effective manner requires a comprehensive international approach of all countries. Being aware of...
Ebooks - 9789089521620 - $ 58.00