Trade and competition implications [1.3]

Stephanie Switzer, Malcolm Combe

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Abstract

This report maps the possible implications of Brexit for environmental protection in Scotland, identifying core questions as well as solutions that may be adopted, with the objective of initiating a conversation about this complex subject matter. The report has been prepared as a joint endeavour by a group of environmental law experts based at Scottish Universities. Each section was drafted by a lead author, with inputs from the rest of the group. The paper is meant for a broad audience and intentionally uses a non-technical writing style.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Implications of Brexit for Environmental Law in Scotland
EditorsA. Cardesa-Salzmann, A. Savaresi
Place of PublicationGlasgow
PublisherScottish Universities' Legal Network on Europe
Pages4-5
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 15 Dec 2016

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Switzer, S., & Combe, M. (2016). Trade and competition implications [1.3]. In A. Cardesa-Salzmann, & A. Savaresi (Eds.), The Implications of Brexit for Environmental Law in Scotland (pp. 4-5). Glasgow: Scottish Universities' Legal Network on Europe.
Switzer, Stephanie ; Combe, Malcolm. / Trade and competition implications [1.3]. The Implications of Brexit for Environmental Law in Scotland. editor / A. Cardesa-Salzmann ; A. Savaresi. Glasgow : Scottish Universities' Legal Network on Europe, 2016. pp. 4-5
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Switzer, S & Combe, M 2016, Trade and competition implications [1.3]. in A Cardesa-Salzmann & A Savaresi (eds), The Implications of Brexit for Environmental Law in Scotland. Scottish Universities' Legal Network on Europe, Glasgow, pp. 4-5.

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The Implications of Brexit for Environmental Law in Scotland. ed. / A. Cardesa-Salzmann; A. Savaresi. Glasgow : Scottish Universities' Legal Network on Europe, 2016. p. 4-5.

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