|Author (Person)||Hancher, Leigh|
|Publisher||Sweet and Maxwell|
|Content Type||Textbook | Monograph|
The European Commission has considerable powers to monitor, control and restrict the forms and levels of aid given by Member States to their industries. This well known book provides detailed guidance on the European Community law and practice in this area. Set out across 29 chapters, it guides readers through all aspects of state aid law and practice, and also provides an invaluable selection of primary law materials.
The work is analytical, but also practical with information on procedures, means of recovery and availability of judicial protection.
Covers all angles and sub-topics of state aid
Deals with substantive law and procedure
Examines the specific issues relating to individual sectors, including agriculture, textiles, motors, shipbuilding and transport
Includes an invauable set of case summaries showing the Commission's reasoning, relevant national arguments, etc.
New in this edition - chapters on broadcasting, the economics of State Aid, State Guarantees, PPIs, taxation, rescue and restructuring aid and employment and training aid
|Subject Categories||Internal Markets|
|Countries / Regions||Europe|