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Author Inglis, Kirstyn.

Title Evolving practice in EU enlargement : with case studies in agri-food and environment law / by Kirstyn Inglis.

Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2010.

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Description 1 online resource (xii, 445 pages).
Series Studies in EU external relations, 1875-0451 ; v. 4
Studies in EU external relations ; v. 4.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 435-440) and index.
Contents Eligible candidates and procedural steps to accession -- The Copenhagen criteria : efforts required before and after accession -- Instruments of the pre-accession strategy : from Agenda 2000 to date -- Accession treaties : transitional arrangements and other means to ease the impact of enlargement -- New flexibility mechanisms in the fifth and sixth accession treaties -- EU environment law -- EU agri-food law.
Summary Following some ten years as a practicing lawyer and consultant, Kirstyn Inglis has been researching the evolving legal practice of EU enlargement for over ten years and successfully defended her PhD on the subject in 2006. This book, succinctly, introduces this evolving practice, covering a ~transitional arrangementsa (TM) in accession treaties, the Treaty of Lisbon, recent European Court case law, the specific governance challenge of incorporating Bulgaria and Romania and the strategy for future enlargements to bring in the Western Balkans and Turkey. In part two, the examples of the environm.
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Subject European Union.
European Union -- Membership.
European Union.
Environmental law -- European Union countries.
Food industry and trade -- European Union countries.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Inglis, Kirstyn. Evolving practice in EU enlargement. Leiden ; Boston : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2010 9789004181663 (DLC) 2009051751 (OCoLC)477274786
ISBN 9789004190061 (electronic bk.)
9004190066 (electronic bk.)