- Publication frequency quarterly
- approx. 100 pages
- ISSN 1619-5272
- Language: English
Issue 2/2020 EU State Aid in Response to COVID-19
Issue 2/2020 of the European State Aid Law Quarterly (EStAL) is now available. This edition has a strong focus on the topic that has dominated the world of State aid over the past months – the COVID-19 outbreak. Articles dedicated to the theme present: what we can learn from the Commission’s initial State aid response to COVID-19, an overview of the policy options to preserve markets in light of the pandemic, the role of economic and financial analysis for the application of State aid tools used by Member States, a methodology for estimating the COVID-19 damages, and the Commission’s SURE initiative with a case study on the short-time work compensation in Germany. Beyond the corona pandemic, we feature two articles on the impact of the Micula judgment in post-Brexit UK and on the legal status and effects of the Commission’s State aid guidelines.
Our News from the Member States section is again dedicated to the national response to COVID-19:
EStAL 2/2020 also brings you 7 annotations on State aid judgments by the CJEU, the General Court and the EFTA Surveillance Authority:
- Case C‑515/18 AGCM
- Cases C-75/18 Vodafone Magyarország, C-323/18 Tesco-Global Áruházak and C‑482/18 Google Ireland
- Case T-292/17 Région Île-de-France
- Case T-778/17 Autostrada Wielkopolska
- Case T-696/17 Belgian Sea Ports
- Cases T-353/15 NeXovation and T-373/15 Ja zum Nürburgring
- Decision 017/20/COL Hywind Tampen
Last but not least, read an insightful review of the book ‘The Role of Competitors in the Enforcement of State Aid’.
View all articles of EStAL 2/20 here.
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