The three laws: triple publishing achievement for Leicester academic

Posted by mjs76 at Nov 25, 2011 04:29 PM |
A triptych of volumes on legal matters.

Professor Erika Szyszczak, who is Jean Monnet Professor of European Law ad personam, in our School of Law, has been busy working on not one but three books this year.

Developments in Services of General Interest was published back in April by TMC Asser Press, co-edited with Dr Jim Davies from the University of Northampton and Professor Mads Andenas and Dr Tarjei Bekkedal, both from the University of Oslo. This book examines a number of issues which face the EU as well as the global economy and least developed countries in defining, regulating and providing (that is, paying for) what are traditionally known as public services.

Health Care and EU Law, co-edited with Professor Johan van de Gronden from Radboud University of Nijmegen, Professor Ulla Neergaard from Copenhagen Business School and Professor Markus Krajewski from University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, was also published by TMC Asser Press that same month. This volume contains the proceedings of a conference held in Nijmegen in 2009 and related essays.

Professor Szyszczak completed her hat-trick with Research Handbook on European State Aid Law which was published in September by Edward Elgar Publishing. The book is an in-depth exploration of some of the most difficult and controversial issues in current State aid law and policy, providing not only a legal but also an economic and political science perspective on this rapidly developing area of EU law.

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