Legal Issues of Economic Integration

Volume 36 (2009)

ISSUE 1
'The Competition Rules’ Framework of the Financial Crisis', Issue 1, pp. 1–5
'Some Reflections on Customs Classification and the Harmonized System as Tools for Interpreting the Schedules of Commitments under GATT Article II', Davide Rovetta, Issue 1, pp. 7–22
'Networks on Track: From European Regulatory Networks to European Regulatory ‘Network Agencies’', Saskia Lavrijssen, Leigh Hancher, Issue 1, pp. 23–55
'Abuse of Market Dominance in Korea: Some Reflections on the KFTC’s Microsoft Decision', Youngjin Jung, Issue 1, pp. 57–73
'Toxic Substances and a Dangerous Procedure: An Analysis of Case T–234/04 Kingdom of the Netherlands v. Commission Case T–234/04 Kingdom of the Netherlands v. Commission, Judgment of the European Court of First Instance of 8 November 2007', Isidora Maletić, Issue 1, pp. 75–82
'Going Back to Basics: Re–embracing the Fundamentals of the Free Movement of Persons in Metock Case C–127/08, Metock & others v. Minister for Justice, Equality & Law Reform, Judgment of the European Court of Justice of 25 July 2008, nyr', Elaine Fahey, Issue 1, pp. 83–89
'Book Review: Financial Services in Europe: An Introductory Overview, Martijn van Empel (ed.)', Gijs A.M. Verwilst, Issue 1, pp. 91–97

ISSUE 2
'The Second Second Irish Referendum: Finally a Fair Choice', Issue 2, pp. 101–107
'The Proposed Patients’ Rights Directive and the Reform of (Cross-Border) Healthcare in the European Union', Wolf Sauter, Issue 2, pp. 109–131
'The Emergence of the Doctrine of Stare Decisis in the World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement System', Anne Scully-Hill, Hans Mahncke, Issue 2, pp. 133–156
'Joined Cases C-402/05P and C-415/05P, Yassin Abdullah Kadi and Al Barakaat International Foundation v. Council of the European Union and Commission of the European Communities Judgment of the European Court of Justice (Grand Chamber) 3 September 2008, Not Yet Published', Nikolaos Lavranos, Issue 2, pp. 157–183
'Book Review: The WTO, Animals, and PPMs, by Laura Nielsen', James Mathis, Issue 2, pp. 185–189

ISSUE 3
'Economic Integration and Inspiration', Issue 3, pp. 193–196
'The Legal and Political Framework of Euroization', Andreas Wessely, Issue 3, pp. 197–213
'The Overlap between GATT and GATS: A Methodological Mate', Erich Vranes, Issue 3, pp. 215–238
'The Impact of European Citizenship on the Association of the Overseas Countries and Territories with the European Community', Dimitry Kochenov, Issue 3, pp. 239–256
'Good-Bye Keck?: A Comment on the Remarkable Judgment in Commission v. Italy, C-110/05', Peter Pecho, Issue 3, pp. 257–272
'Book Review: Good Faith in the Jurisprudence of the WTO, by Marion Panizzon', Andrew D. Mitchell, David Heaton, Issue 3, pp. 273–276
'Reader Correspondence: The Financial Crisis', Tjarda van der Vijver, Issue 3, pp. 277–278

ISSUE 4
'The Credit Crisis and Its Aftermath', Issue 4, pp. 279–284
'The Relevance of WTO Dispute Settlement Decisions in the US Legal Order', Giacomo Gattinara, Issue 4, pp. 285–312
'Anti-terrorist Blacklisting in the European Union: The Influence of National Procedures on the Judgments of the Court of First Instance of the European Communities', Chris Koedooder, Niki de Lang, Issue 4, pp. 313–337
'Accessing the Original Jurisdiction of the Caribbean Court of Justice', Derek O’Brien, Issue 4, pp. 339–351
'Suspensions: To Be Continued The Consequences of the Appellate Body Report in Hormones II WTO Appellate Body Report, 16 October 2008, WT/DS320/AB/R & WT/DS321/AB/R, ‘United States & Canada – Continued Suspension of Obligations in the EC – Hormones Dispute’', Catharina E. Koops, Issue 4, pp. 353–368
'Book Review: Mandating Identity. Citizenship, Kinship Laws and Plural Nationality in the European Union, by E. Horváth; The Integration of Cultural Considerations in EU Law and Policies, by E. Psychogiopoulou; Free Movement of Persons in the European Union. Barriers to Movement in their Constitutional Context, by E. Spaventa', Annette Schrauwen, Issue 4, pp. 369–374

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