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The Media Pluralism Monitor examines how countries safeguard media freedom and pluralism in the areas of basic protection, market plurality, political independence and social inclusiveness. The 2017 Monitor evaluated the EU 28 as well as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey. The 31 country reports, a general report and summary infographics from that exercise are now published and available online.
edited by Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz and Geneviève Saumier
The book focusses on the enforcement of consumer law in order to identify commonalities and best practices across nations. A comparative general report introduces the volume, highlighting key information from the 28 national reports also contained therein. These enriching national and international perspectives offer a comprehensive overview of the current state of consumer law around the globe.
edited by Michał Matlak, Frank Schimmelfennig and Tomasz P. Woźniakowski
How has the Europeanization of Central and Eastern European countries changed after their accession to the EU in 2004 and 2007, and how has it played out in the politics and the economies of the region? This volume, available in open access, brings together more than a dozen experts to examine those questions.
by Richard Bellamy
This new volume combines international political theory with EU studies to examine the democratic legitimacy of the EU. The author suggests a path to reform whereby national parliaments are empowered in the EU policy-making process with strengthened connections between the EU and the various demoi of its member states.