European State Aid Law and Policy

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Bloomsbury Publishing, 13 mai 2009 - 640 pages
This new edition of Conor Quigley's book (originally 'EC State Aid Law and Policy'), offers the most comprehensive and detailed examination of this fast developing field of Community law. The book is designed to provide practitioners and Commission officials with a definitive statement of the law and practice across the many sectors where issues of State aid come into play. At the same time, placing State aid law and policy in its commercial and industrial context, the book fully explores the concept of State aid and its function as a tool of Community law and economic development. All of this is achieved by means of the most thorough available examination of the jurisprudence of the European Courts and the decisions of the Commission in declaring certain aid compatible with the common market. The Commission's supervisory powers as well as the means of enforcing State aid law in the courts are also fully explained.



From reviews of the earlier work:

'The chapters summarize and synthesize a large and complex body of case-law readably, clearly, interestingly, thoroughly and concisely...practical and comprehensive in approach...The book is well produced and very good value. The book satisfactorily passed the key test: it told us what we needed to know in certain current State aid cases more clearly than in other books consulted.'

Asger Petersen, J Temple Lang, Common Market Law Review

'The practitioner will find the chapters dealing with particular types of state aid extremely helpful. The book has an excellent index that makes any legal textbook much more user friendly, particularly to someone who is not an expert in the field. Speaking from personal experience I can say that the book is invaluable; in recent months it has spent as much time on my desk as on my bookshelves. I am sure others will find it equally useful'

Christopher Vajda QC, International Company & Commercial Law Review
 

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Conor Quigley QC is a Barrister practising in London, Dublin and Brussels.

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