Book Notes Matthias Niedobitek (ed.), Europarecht – Grundlagen der Union. De Gruyter, Berlin et al., 2014, ISBN 9783110271683, xl + 966 pp., EUR 69.95 and Matthias Niedobitek (ed.), Europarecht – Politiken der Union. De Gruyter, Berlin et al., 2014, ISBN 9783110271393, lvi + 1374 pp., EUR 69.95 The blurb of the ﬁ rst volume of this two edition textbook on EU law promises contributions by ‘experienced and renown scholars of European law’: Aside the editor, it contains contributions by Joachim Gruber, Ines Härtel, Dieter Kugelmann, Roman Lehner, Siegfried Magiera, Karl-Peter Sommermann, and Wolfgang Weiß, as well as three representatives of Austrian universities, Walter Obwexer and Werner Schroeder, both University of Innsbruck, and Stefan Storr, University of Graz. The second volume includes chapters by Hermann-Josef Blanke and Robert Böttner, Stephanie Jungheim and Wolfgang Weiß, Ludwig Gramlich, Matthias Rossi, José Martinez, Ulrike Davy, Astrid Epiney, Kerstin Odendahl, Eckhard Pache, Hans-Joachim Cremer, and another Austrian repre- sentative from the University of Innsbruck, Peter Hilpold. Still, it is quite visible in all issues relating to the relationship between EU and domestic law that it is written for a mostly German audience, with the Grundgesetz serving as the primary background for discussion. The structure
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