Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 984
Weight: 1285 g
Dimensions: 243 x 169 x 62 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
This volume, like many books of its kind, poses more questions than it has answers for, but the answers it suggests are crucial, seminal and riveting to anyone interested in why a nation or a corporate body has a constitution. ... the editors have done a masterly job in weaving together crucial research and opinion on such issues as comitology, delegated agencies, tertiary structures in general and the enumeration and control of them. The heavy intellectualism of this book should not obscure the luminosity of its arguments, which, after all, remain easy to understand. * Michael L Nash, Contemporary Review, December 1999 Page 322 *
...an excellent collection of strong and thought-provoking contributions...an extremely accessible account of the story of EU law. * T.K. Hervey, University of Nottingham, European Public Law *
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