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Swedish Studies in European Law - Volume 1
Volume 1, 2006The Swedish Network for European Legal Studies is happy to announce the launch of a new annual publication which will act as a forum for the publication of studies on European law by Swedish scholars, entitled Swedish Studies in European Law. This will be a hardback of about 300 pages annually, containing peer-reviewed articles aimed at spreading Swedish legal research on European law to a wide international audience. The editors of the yearbook are Professor Nils Wahl, chairman of the board of the Swedish Network, and Professor Per Cramer. The articles in the volume are concerned with European law, its development, impact and reform; furthermore they are original, analytical contributions to doctrinal debates and questions, by legal researchers mainly, but not exclusively, connected with the Swedish universities.
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Professor Nils Wahl, Chairman, and Professor Per Cramer, are both members of the Swedish Network for European Legal Studies.
1. Grey Zones, Legitimacy Deficits and Boomerang Effects: On the Implications of Extending the Acquis to Central and Eastern Europe Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt 2. The Duty of Supreme Courts to Refer Cases to the ECJ: The Commission's Action Against Sweden Ulf Bernitz 3. Ten Years within the EU - Labour Law in Sweden and Finland following EU Accession Niclas Bruun & Jonas Malmberg 4. Damages for Violations of ECHR Rights: the Swedish Example Iain Cameron 5. The Free Movement of Services in Conflict with the Swedish Industrial Relations Model - or was it the Other Way Around? OErjan Edstroem 6. Restrictive Use of Award Criteria in Public Procurement Lars Henriksson 7. Citizenship Law-No Longer Exclusive National Competence Towards Individual European Union Membership Based on Domicile? Hedvig Lokrantz Bernitz 8. Constructing Comparability: The Reasoning of the ECJ on Equality in Taxation Robert Pahlsson 9. On the Emerging Obligation for Member State Authorities to Supervise and Enforce EC State Aid law, and the Resulting Need to Consider Decentralisation Ingeborg Simonsson 10. Access to Justice in the EU - Knocking on Heaven's Door? Ola Zetterquist 11. Who Wags Who? The EU and the Use of Military Force in a Global Context Inger OEsterdahl