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The institutional framework of the European Communities

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StatementD.A.C. Freestone and J.S. Scott Davidson.
ContributionsDavidson, Scott, 1954-
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LC ClassificationsKJE947 .F74 1988
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Pagination221 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2387139M
ISBN 100709910487, 0709949081
LC Control Number87016176

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He holds a Ph.D. in international law, IUHEI, Geneva, and is a member of the Institut de Droit International. He is a former Legal Adviser to various intergovernmental organizations, including UNESCO and UNIDO, the founder and General Editor of the African Yearbook of International Law, and Cited by: 4.

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describes the structure of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB), of which the ECB is the nucleus; emphasises how the future European monetary authority is firmly rooted in the legal framework of European Community law; focuses on the institutional arrangements set out in the Treaty establishing the European Community (EC Treaty) and their.

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