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From International to Federal Market

From International to Federal Market

The Changing Structure of European Law

Robert Schütze

Reviews and Awards

“The intensity of economic integration is measured by the extent to which State regulatory autonomy is surrendered to the discipline of agreed rules. In this insightful book Schütze traces the EU’s choices and persuasively explains the EU internal market’s development from an international to a federal model.” – Stephen Weatherill, Professor of European Law, University of Oxford

“An excellent analysis of the theoretical, practical and historical aspects of this subject, including an in-depth comparison with US law.” – Peter Oliver, Visiting Professor, Université Libre de Bruxelles & Barrister, Monckton Chambers

“This innovative book places the construction of internal markets in historical and comparative perspective. Schütze focuses on the shift from bilateralism to multilateralism, as well as demonstrating how fiscal and regulatory barriers generate constitutional principles that reflect evolving historical conceptions of federalism, markets and competences.” – Michelle Egan, Professor, School of International Service, American University

“An excellent analysis of the theoretical, practical and historical aspects of this subject, including an in-depth comparison with US law.” – Peter Oliver, Visiting Professor, Université Libre de Bruxelles & Barrister, Monckton Chambers

“This innovative book places the construction of internal markets in historical and comparative perspective. Schütze focuses on the shift from bilateralism to multilateralism, as well as demonstrating how fiscal and regulatory barriers generate constitutional principles that reflect evolving historical conceptions of federalism, markets and competences.” – Michelle Egan, Professor, School of International Service, American University

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