Bungenberg, Marc

Common Commercial Policy after Lisbon

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. Towards a Common External Economic Policy of the European Union
Thomas Cottier

Part II. The CCP as an Exclusive Competence of the EU: An EU Member State’s Perspective

2. (National) Constitutional Law Limitations on the Advancement of the EU’s Common Commercial Policy
Jörg Philipp Terhechte

3. Common Commercial Policy in the European Constitutional Area: EU External Trade Competence and the Lisbon Decision of the German Federal Constitutional Court
Wolfgang Weiß

4. You’ll Never Walk Alone: The European Union and Its Member States in the WTO
Michael Hahn, Livia Danieli

Part III. The New Institutional Framework of the CCP

5. New Functions and New Powers for the European Parliament: Assessing the Changes of the Common Commercial Policy from the Perspective of Democratic Legitimacy
Markus Krajewski

6. The Common Commercial Policy Under the Influence of Commission, Council, High Representative and European External Action Service
Hans-Georg Dederer

7. Trade Policy Under the Treaty of Lisbon
Godelieve Quisthoudt-Rowohl

Part IV. The Normative Framework of the CCP After Lisbon

8. Linkage of the Common Commercial Policy to the General Objectives for the Union’s External Action
Christoph Vedder

9. Common Commercial Policy After Lisbon: The European Union’s Dependence on Secondary Legislation
Till Müller-Ibold

10. Changes in the Common Commercial Policy of the European Union After the Entry into Force of the Treaty of Lisbon: A Practitioner’s Perspective
Colin M. Brown

Part V. Investment Policy as a Part of the CCP

11. The Autonomy of the European Legal Order
Steffen Hindelang

12. Designing an International Investor-to-State Arbitration System After Opinion 1/09
Nikolaos Lavranos

13. Investment Arbitration in the EU After Lisbon: Selected Procedural and Jurisdictional Issues
Davide Rovetta

14. The New Competence of the European Union in the Area of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI): A Third Country Perspective
Andreas R. Ziegler

Keywords: Law, International Economic Law, Trade Law, European Law, Dispute Resolution, Mediation, Arbitration

Publication year
European Yearbook of International Economic Law
Page amount
16 pages
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