Consolidation and Expansion

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State aid control has been and still is the most unique feature of EU competition policy - a policy area which may offer lessons extending beyond the EU´s boundaries to the various initiatives aiming at regulating the State intervention in the economy at the plurilateral or global level. e goal of this book is to present an analysis of State aid law and policy which does not follow the traditional approach of the now numerous publications in the eld. Some chapters necessarily focus on well-known problematic categories -such as the political economy of State aid control (Buts and Robins), the nature of the definition of aid (see De Cecco, Hancher, Cortese), the compatibility assessment (Buendia-Sierra), or the institutional and constitutional aspects and enforcement (Caranta, De Cecco, Cyndecka, Pastor-Merchante), taxation (Szudoczky), and services of general economic interest (Hogan, Jaeger). Other chapters are devoted to new emerging themes that are shaping the area, such as the "extension" of EU State aid law beyond the territorial constraints of the EU (Rubini, Biondi and Kotsonis, Piernas López), State aid control in times of recurring crises (Ferri, Kyriazis), impact assessment (Barbu-O´Connor, Derenne, Hofmann, Klotz, Vallindas), State aid and activism in relation to the climate crisis (Kleis- Walravens and Delarue), State aid and gender (Finckenberg-Broman and Broman). The terms of references given to the various contributors can be summarised as follows: "think outside the box! Provide a fresh assessment of State aid law and policy. Look at the future". The book shows that the role of the State aid rules within the Treaty architecture has evolved, in line with the evolution of the internal market, yet in the editors´ view, this role should remain closely connected to the avoidance of distortions of competition created by the selective intervention of Member States in the market, favouring certain undertakings or sectors through financial means.

Derecho General
Obras Generales
  • English
Depósito legal
Gr. 655/2023
17 cm
24 cm
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29,45 €
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Sobre Juan Jorge Piernas López (editor)

  • Juan Jorge Piernas López
    is a Doctor of Laws from the European University Institute (Florence, 2013). Formerly, he graduated from Harvard University (LL.M., Harvard Law School, 2007), the College of Europe (Master in Advanced European Studies, Natolin, Poland, 2009) and the University of Murcia (Law degr... Ver más sobre el autor

Sobre Leigh Hancher (editora)

  • Leigh Hancher
    Leigh Hancher was educated in Scotland and has a PhD from the University of Leiden. She currently holds a chair in European Law at Tilburg University in the Netherlands, and chairs in EU Energy Law at the Florence School of Regulation, Italy and at the University of Bergen, Norwa... Ver más sobre el autor

Sobre Luca Rubini (editor)

  • Luca Rubini
    is Senior Research Fellow in International and EU Law at the Law Department of the University of Turin, Italy. Previously he held positions at the Law Schools of the University of Birmingham and Leicester in the UK. He is visiting professor to the World Trade Institute (Switzerla... Ver más sobre el autor

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