Common Commercial Policy after Lisbon

Special Issue


ISBN: 978-3-642-34254-7 (Print) 978-3-642-34255-4 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvi

  2. Introduction

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

    2. Chapter

      Pages 3-15

      Towards a Common External Economic Policy of the European Union

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

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 17-17

    2. Chapter

      Pages 19-28

      (National) Constitutional Law Limitations on the Advancement of the EU’s Common Commercial Policy

    3. Chapter

      Pages 29-47

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

    4. Chapter

      Pages 49-63

      You’ll Never Walk Alone: The European Union and Its Member States in the WTO

  4. The New Institutional Framework of the CCP

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 65-65

    2. Chapter

      Pages 67-85

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

    3. Chapter

      Pages 87-105

      The Common Commercial Policy Under the Influence of Commission, Council, High Representative and European External Action Service

    4. Chapter

      Pages 107-111

      Trade Policy Under the Treaty of Lisbon

  5. The Normative Framework of the CCP After Lisbon

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 113-113

    2. Chapter

      Pages 115-144

      Linkage of the Common Commercial Policy to the General Objectives for the Union’s External Action

    3. Chapter

      Pages 145-162

      Common Commercial Policy After Lisbon: The European Union’s Dependence on Secondary Legislation

    4. Chapter

      Pages 163-183

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

  6. Investment Policy as a Part of the CCP

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 185-185

    2. Chapter

      Pages 187-198

      The Autonomy of the European Legal Order

    3. Chapter

      Pages 199-219

      Designing an International Investor-to-State Arbitration System After Opinion 1/09

    4. Chapter

      Pages 221-233

      Investment Arbitration in the EU After Lisbon: Selected Procedural and Jurisdictional Issues

    5. Chapter

      Pages 235-243

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