Environmental Integration in Competition and Free-Movement Laws

«This very rich and densely written book thus seems to be apt in particular for lawyers and officials who are specialized in competition and State aid law and wish to explore possibilities to improve the preservation and protection of the environment in those areas. For them, the book is a rich source of innovative and thought-provoking details.»

Ludwig Krämer, Common Market Law Review
Environmental Integration in Competition and Free-Movement Laws engages in a comprehensive analysis of the obligation of Article 11 TFEU (integration of environmental protection requirements) in the three core areas of EU internal market law: competition, state aid, and free movement. Les mer
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Environmental Integration in Competition and Free-Movement Laws engages in a comprehensive analysis of the obligation of Article 11 TFEU (integration of environmental protection requirements) in the three core areas of EU internal market law: competition, state aid, and free movement. It develops a theoretical framework for integrating environmental and other policies and compares how environmental integration takes place within competition, state aid, and
free movement law. In turn, it paves a way for a more transparent and consistent integration of environment protection in these three core areas of law.

Structured in three parts, this volume (I) offers a detailed analysis of the historical development of environmental integration including discussions of the various intergovernmental conferences which led to a number of Treaty changes, shaping the obligation itself. (II) It investigates which provisions and concepts within competition law, state aid law, and the market freedoms can be interpreted in order to provide a clear demarcation of environmental protection and these areas of law. (III)
It analyses how competition, state aid, and free movement law allow for a balancing of the environment against restrictions in cases of conflict.

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«This very rich and densely written book thus seems to be apt in particular for lawyers and officials who are specialized in competition and State aid law and wish to explore possibilities to improve the preservation and protection of the environment in those areas. For them, the book is a rich source of innovative and thought-provoking details.»

Ludwig Krämer, Common Market Law Review

«Timely, ambitious and well-researched. A must-read for those interested in environmental and economic integration.»

Xavier Groussot, Professor of EU Law, Lund University

«This very rich and densely written book thus seems to be apt in particular for lawyers and officials who are specialized in competition and State aid law and wish to explore possibilities to improve the preservation and protection of the environment in those areas. For them, the book is a rich source of innovative and thought-provoking details. The academic community will have to elaborate and detail Nowags thoughts and suggestions, in order to transform the effective integration of environmental requirements into other EU policies from as at present a theoretical concept into a daily reality. Nowag has undoubtedly opened profound and useful ways to approach this objective.»

Ludwig Krämer, Common Market Law Review

«The book nicely tackles a tough issue: how to integrate other social policies into competition policy. Noting how institutions have wide discretion in balancing environmental requirements with other objectives of the EU and how environmental protection must be observed in all areas where environmental problems arise, the thought-provoking work conceptualises and develops a framework for integrating these environmental policies into competition, State aid and free-movement law. A welcomed addition to the debate over antitrusts sponge-like qualities.»

Maurice E. Stucke, Professor of Law, University of Tennessee College of Law

«With this book Julian Nowag provides an intelligent and profound operationalisation of the obligation to integrate environmental concerns in EU competition law without undermining the effective enforcement of Articles 101 and 102 TFEU. A must read for all those active and interested in this field.»

Luc Peeperkorn, Principal Expert in Antitrust Policy, European Commission

Innholdsfortegnelse

INTRODUCTION ; PART A: DEVELOPING A FRAMEWORK FOR INTEGRATION IN COMPETITION, STATE AID, AND FREE-MOVEMENT ; PART B: THE FIRST FORM OF ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRATION: QUESTIONS OF SCOPE ; PART C: THE SECOND FORM OF ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRATION: BALANCING ; CONCLUSION

Om forfatteren

Julian Nowag is a Senior Lecturer in EU and Competition Law at Lund University and an associate at the Oxford Centre for Competition and Policy. He previously taught EU law and competition law at the University of Oxford. He is a member of the editorial board of The Journal for Antitrust Enforcement as an issue editor. He has lectured and taught on EU law, comparative law, and competition law in various European cities, as well as in Vietnam, Malaysia, and
Latin America. He is a qualified lawyer in Germany.