New European law books from Hart Publishing

Not What The Bus Promised

Health Governance after Brexit

Tamara K Hervey, Ivanka Antova, Mark L Flear and Matthew Wood

This book explains the impacts of Brexit on the NHS. From staffing to biomedical research, the UK’s post-Brexit agreements have serious implications for health law. Drawing conversations and interviews with over 40 health policy stakeholders, their work with Parliaments across the UK, and collaborations with key actors like the NHS Confederation, the book puts the authors’ knowledge centre frame, rather than expressing ‘objective reality’. These conversations show a great deal of faith in law and legal process among ‘ordinary people’, but the opposite from ‘insider elites’. It will be of interest to any reader who cares about the NHS.

Tamara K Hervey is Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law at City, University of London, UK.

Ivanka Antova was Research Fellow on the Health Governance after Brexit Project, UK.

Mark L Flear is Professor of Law and Socio-Legal Studies at Queen’s University Belfast, UK.
Matthew Wood
is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics at the University of Sheffield, UK.

Oct 2023   |   9781509951499   |   280pp   |   Hbk   |    RRP: £85

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Fintech Competition

Law, Policy, and Market Organisation

Edited by Konstantinos Stylianou, Marios Iacovides and Björn Lundqvist

This open access book is the first to systematically explore competition policy in fintech markets. Drawing from the expertise of law scholars, economists, and social and natural scientists from the EU and the US, this edited collection explores the competitive dynamics, market organisation, and competition law application in fintech markets. It is the 17th volume in the Swedish Studies in European Law series.

The ebook editions of this book are available open access under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 licence on Open access was funded by the Swedish Network for European Legal Studies.

Konstantinos Stylianou is Professor of Competition Law at University of Glasgow School of Law, UK.

Marios Iacovides is Associate Professor in EU Law, Faculty of Law & Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law, Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University and Academy Researcher of the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, Sweden.

Björn Lundqvist is Professor of European Law at Stockholm University School of Law, Sweden.

Oct 2023   |   9781509963348   |   384pp   |   Hbk   |    RRP: £85

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Mandatory Sustainability Requirements in EU Public Procurement Law

Reflections on a Paradigm Shift

Edited by Willem Janssen and Roberto Caranta

This book provides the first comprehensive appraisal of the shift towards mandatory green and social requirements in EU public procurement law.

The chapters include novel sectoral studies on transport, food, clothing, and construction. Chapters on Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain offer case studies of Member States that have already introduced mandatory requirements and highlight lessons learnt.

This is an essential book for professionals working with public procurement law in academia and practice, and to those engaged in achieving public policy objectives in light of climate change and social injustice.

Willem Janssen is Associate Professor in European and Dutch Public Procurement Law, Utrecht University, the Netherlands.

Roberto Caranta is Professor of Law at the University of Turin, Italy.

Oct 2023   |   9781509963959   |   312pp   |   Hbk   |    RRP: £90

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