Part I: Introductory Chapters 1. Introduction 2. Taking Stock of Union Citizenship Part II: The Impact of Union Citizenship on the EU's Market Freedoms 3. Union Citizenship and the Personal Market Freedoms 4. Union Citizenship and the Free Movement of Goods Part III: The Future 5. (Re-)Interpreting the Market Freedoms in the Light of Union Citizenship: Emerging Questions 6. (Re-)Interpreting the Market Freedoms in the Light of Union Citizenship: Persisting Conundrums Part IV: Conclusion 7. Conclusions
Alina Tryfonidou is Associate Professor in EU Law at the University of Reading.
The book provides an in-depth and up-to-date analysis of the ECJ's jurisprudence on the market freedoms and the impact of the status of the claimants (Union citizens) has had on the jurisprudence. -- Behnam Balalimood, University of Reading, United Kingdom * Journal of Contemporary European Research *