Rita Szudoczky provides a systematic analysis of the relationship between the various sources of European law. By doing so, her aim is to take a more theoretical and conceptual approach to the subject than the one currently prevailing in English language academic literature. The systematic method of analysis is based on an in-depth and detailed examination of the Union Courts’ case law, which plays a crucial role in defining the relationships of the different sources of law within the system of EU law. The purpose of Szudoczky’s dissertation is to deduce the rules and principles governing the interactions, conflicts and overlaps of the various sources of EU law and advocate for their systematic and consistent application.
R. Szudoczky, The Sources of EU Law and their Relationships: Lessons for the Field of Taxation.
Prof. D.M. Weber
Prof. P. Pistone (International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation)
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