The third edition of this highly-regarded and comprehensive reference guide to the law of State aid in the European Union, covering all relevant legislation, case law, important decisional practice, and policy themes shaping the approach of the various EU institutions to State aid control.
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This book provides a comprehensive practitioner guide to the EU law of State aid, covering all relevant legislation, case law, and the dominant themes shaping EU State aid policy. It discusses the concept of State aid and its development in the European Union, as well as practical aspects such as procedures for notification to the European Commission, and enforcement in the European Court and national courts. It offers extensive coverage of specific sectors, including transport and shipbuilding, media and communications, energy and environmental protection, culture and heritage, and agriculture.
The third edition is fully updated to cover the extensive legislative changes in this area, including the new General Block Exemption Regulation and De Minimis Regulation, horizontal aid guidelines, and sectoral guidelines for aviation, cinemas, agriculture, and fisheries; as well as State aid cases in the national courts, particularly the UK, and recent European Court jurisprudence.
Accessible to competition lawyers and non-specialists, the book's clarity and concision make it an invaluable reference to this area of law.
New to this Edition:
Detailed coverage of the new and expanded General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER).
Discussion of SME and risk capital aid updated to cover the revised Risk Finance Guidelines and the relevant provisions of the GBER.
Coverage of air transport expanded to consider the new Aviation Guidelines, plus an additional section on social aid for transport for residents of remote regions.
Updated to consider the Environmental and Energy Aid Guidelines (EEAG) covering state aid to energy infrastructure projects, generation adequacy measures, and energy intensive users.
Coverage of the new rules on state aid for research, development and innovation (R&D&I) giving Member States greater flexibility to grant state aid without prior notification and approval.
A new chapter on disaster aid.