Legal Framework of the Single European Currency

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Legal Framework of the Single European Currency

Legal Framework of the Single European Currency

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ISBN13: 9781841130019
Published Date: 1 July, 1999

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This collection features essays by leading experts in European public law on the most significant single initiative in European integration of the past decade. After introductory essays on the legal and economic foundations and political context of the Euro,the book concentrates on the articulation of Monetary Union with other aspects of the legal and political order of the EU. The constitutional status of the institutions of Monetary Union is assessed, as is the relationship between Monetary Union and the broader administrative structure and social objectives of the EU. A final essay considers the implications of the Euro for the cohesiveness of the European legal order in the early years of the next century. This highly topical book is the first of its kind, seeking to address in a comprehensive manner the relationship between the single currency and the European legal order. Contributors: Paul Beaumont, Neil Walker (eds), Alistair Darling, John Usher, Andrew Scott, Ian Harden, Paul Craig, Joanne Scott (Stephen Vousden - co-author), Michelle Everson.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 228
Item Weight 448 Gram
Product Dimensions 165 x 20 x 240
Publisher Hart Publishing
Format Hardcover | 228

...does a valuable service to British public debatestimulating dialoguethe book certainly situates one in the legal context and issues of the EMU in preparation for that debate.Legal Framework of the Single European Currency becomes an invaluable resource in the European public debate on the single currency. Melih Karakullukcu Columbia Journal of European Law June 2002 Both descriptive and analytical, this book is concerned with the fine detail of the law but it also places that law in historical, political and economic context. European Sources Online September 2002

Paul Beaumont is Professor of European Union and Private International Law at the University of Aberdeen. Neil Walker is Professor of European Law at the EUI Florence.