The Integration of the European Community and Third States in Europe: A Legal Analysis

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Index
Agriculture 33, 56, 93, 101, 104, 132, 159, 162, 202, 212, 214
phytosanitary and veterinary rules 101, 140
processed products 292
unprocessed products 244
anti-dumping procedures 5, 51, 112, 127-9, 134-8, 145-6, 194, 280, 299
below-cost pricing 127
duties 285, 300
non-market economy countries 135, 202
price undertakings 127, 138, 283-5
arbitration 310, 348-9, 351-2, 360-1
Association Agreements
Greece76, 134, 137,351
Turkey137, 352, 359
asymmetry 75, 83, 129, 227
Austria3, 71, 90, 126, 139-40, 240, 254, 388-9
aviation, civil 218-9, 227, 377
Balance of payments 133, 143, 337
Benelux Union 249
Brussels Convention 350
Capital, free movement of 11, 19, 78, 177, 208, 333, 359, 370
Cassis de Dijon27-8, 42, 63, 93, 98-9, 342, 379
CFSP 89
coal 162
cohesion 171, 208
COCOM rules 91
Comité Européen de Normalisation (CEN) 322-3
Committee of the Regions274-5, 303
Comité Européen de Normalisation
Electronique (CENELEC) 322-3, 330
'comitology' 321-39
Committee of Permanent Representatives (Coreper) 324-6, 331-2
common agricultural policy 101, 162, 385
common commercial policy 44-5, 50, 53, 63, 66, 106, 145, 197
common customs tariff 50, 52, 57, 62
common fisheries policy 146, 162, 212
common foreign and security policy (CFSP) 89, 93, 109, 111, 130, 140, 276, 325
common market 12, 16, 19-20, 24, 31, 33-4, 45, 51-3, 58-9, 61-5, 67, 69, 71-2, 83, 87, 90, 92, 99, 105-7, 111, 121, 124, 153-5, 159, 190-3, 200, 205, 207, 226, 230-1, 234, 275, 346, 381
common transport policy 162, 211-12, 241, 254, 257, 292-3, 338
competition law 5, 60, 112, 120-9, 137-8, 143-7, 151-228, 270, 287, 298
Advisory Committee on Restrictive Practices and Dominant Positions 336
effects doctrine 58, 217
public undertakings 120, 151, 172-89, 201-2, 205, 213-4
state aid 13, 21, 34, 45, 59-60, 121, 124-6, 131, 134, 144-5, 151, 154-94, 197-201, 207-13, 219-20, 223-4, 226, 275, 298, 310, 333
state monopolies 15, 151-2, 172-89, 201-2, 205, 213-14, 218-19, 298, 333
conjunctural policy 109-10, 119, 131-2, 142
constitutionality 347, 370, 384
consumer protection 3, 27, 93-4, 96-7, 101, 140, 232, 238, 248, 256, 263, 293, 324
Convention on a Common Transit Procedure 373
Convention on the Single Administrative Document 373
Council of Europe238-9, 353
Council of the Union 269, 271-9, 281, 388
culture 155
custom controls 79
customs duties and charges having equivalent effect 53, 61-2, 68, 83, 255
customs union 44, 52, 61, 112, 131, 255
Czech Republic 3, 135, 258
Denmark249, 275
direct applicability 123, 189-90, 346-7, 349-51, 365, 372-6
dualism 316, 372
Economic and Social Committee 274-5, 280, 303-4, 346
Economic Commission for Europe236
education 98-9, 208, 263, 328, 335
EFTA
Consultative Committee303-4
Council of Ministers 220, 305

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The Integration of the European Community and Third States in Europe: A Legal Analysis
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations xvi
  • Tables xix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Part 1 - Trade Liberalization and Other Requirements 9
  • 2 - Trade Liberalization Requirements 11
  • 3 - Requirements Other Than Those of Trade Liberalization 85
  • Part 2 - Harmonization 149
  • 4 - Administrative Harmonization: Competition Policy 151
  • 5 - Legislative Harmonization: the 'Four Freedoms' and Beyond 229
  • Part 3 - Institutional Involvement 267
  • 6 - Joint Decision-Making 269
  • 7 - Committee Work 320
  • 8 - Judicial Control 340
  • 9 - Conclusions 380
  • Bibliography 391
  • Index 411
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