This book features eleven contributions on the fundamental principles of EEA law: legislative and judicial homogeneity, reciprocity, prosperity, priority, authority, loyalty, proportionality, equality, liability and sovereignty. Written by EFTA Court and national judges, high EFTA officials, private practitioners and scholars, it raises awareness of EEA law and provides insights for EEA and EU law practitioners and researchers. It focuses on the principles at the core of EEA law, some of which are common to EU and EEA law, while others have a specific place in EEA law and some ensure consistency between the EEA Agreement and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. It is the only book to focus on the fundamental principles of EEA law.
Mads Andenas, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law, Oslo, Norway
Carl Baudenbacher, EFTA Court, Luxembourg
Theresa Haas, EFTA Court, Luxembourg, Luxembourg. Theresa.Haas@eftacourt.int
Dag Wernø Holter,
EFTA Secretariat, Brussels, Belgium
John Temple Lang, Dublin, Ireland
Skúli Magnússon, Reykjavik District Court, Reykjavik, Iceland
Fiona Petersen, University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law, Cambridge, UK. Fiona.firstname.lastname@example.org
, Finansinspektionen, Stockholm, Sweden
Philipp Speitler, University of St. Gallen HSG, St. Gallen, Switzerland
Sven Erik Svedman, EFTA Surveillance Authority, Brussels, Belgium
Michael Waibel, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom
, EFTA Surveillance Authority, Brussels, Belgium
Prosperity, by Sven Erik Svedman.- Legislative Homogeneity, by Dag
Holter.- Judicial Homogeneity, by Philipp Speitler.- Reciprocity, by Carl Baudenbacher.- Priority, by Carsten Zatschler.- Authority, by Skúli Magnússon.- Loyalty, by John Temple Lang.- Proportionality, by Páll Hreinsson.- Equality, by Magnus Schmauch.- Liability, by Michael Waibel.- Sovereignty, by Mads Andenas.