- Title Pages
- This book is dedicated to my parents, Ellen and Peter. It could not have been written without the support and supervision of Gráinne de Búrca and Christian Joerges, whom I greatly admire. Many other friends and colleagues helped me, including Tommi Ralli, Cormac Mac Amhlaigh, Andrew Glencross, Robert Schütze, Paul Nemitz, Flemming Reislev, Kenn Skau Fischer, Niels Fenger, Bruno de Witte, Jacques Ziller, Joanne Scott, Deirdre Curtin, Aitor Erce, Tom Daly, Pontus Rendahl, Ben Johnston, Ann-Marie Enggard, Elisabeth Day, and Marsha Green. I am grateful to my husband Martin and our daughter Elisabeth for their patience and encouragement.
- General Editors’ preface
- Table of Cases
- Tables of Legislation
- 1 The Commission’s General Powers of Enforcement
- 2 Failure to Comply with EU Law: Article 258 TFEU
- 3 Failure to Comply with a Judgment of the Court: Article 260 TFEU<sup>1</sup>
- 4 The Commission’s Quest for Stronger Powers of Enforcement
- 5 The Functional Overlap of Enforcement and Implementation Tools
- 6 The Emergence of Non-binding, Auxiliary Enforcement Procedures: Expert Management of Compliance with Directives
- 7 The Commission’s Enforcement Powers in Context
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