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Destination, rates & speeds. 6. ec competition law. Goyder, D. G. Published by OUP (2003).

Destination, rates & speeds.

Ideal for students taking a course on competition law in its European context, this book guides students through .

EC Competition Law. By D. Goyder. This much acclaimed book is part of the Oxford European Community Law Series. Its clear, succinct, and yet highly authoritative coverage will ensure its continued popularity amongst practitioners, academics and students alike.

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EC Customs Law places the law relating to customs duty in the context of the EC and international trade.

The first volume covered Institutional Law, and the second the Law of the Internal Market. Alexander Gee, DG Competition, Brussels Joanna Goyder, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Brussels Borja Martinez del Corral, Uría Menéndez, Madrid Edurne Navarro Varona, Uría Menéndez, Brussels Paul Nihoul, Jean Monnet Professor of Law, European Information Society, University of Louvain Silke Obst, DG Competition, Brussels Conor Quigley, Brick Court Chambers, London Peter Rodford, DG Competition, Brussels Ana Rodriguez Encinas, Uría Menéndez, Madrid Akos Toth, Emeritus Professor.

The goal of this important new series is to publish important and original studies in the various branches of European Community law. Each work will provide a clear, concise, and critical exposition of the law in its social, economic, and political context at a level that will interest and benefit advanced students, lawyers, academics, and government and community officials. The premier monograph in the series details the historical origins and development of EEC competition law and illustrates the main areas of substantive law in its economic and institutional contexts by discussing the decisions and policy of the EEC and the European Court of Justice. Throughout, comparisons are made with other systems, particularly U.S. antitrust laws.