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From the Publisher"Hindelang has presented a vividly written piece of academic craftsmanship. He argues strongly for a liberal understanding of the internal market as an internationally open market. His focus is on investors and not on a presumption in favour of State sovereignty...Hindelang builds a strong opposition against the current interpretation of the Treaty rules by the ECJ and probably the mainstream in German academic literature. His study is worth reading: a thorn in the flesh of the current doctrine."
—Christoph Ohler, Common Market Law Review, Volume 47, Issue 2, 2010
"...this monograph will be an obligatory reference for all those who want to know how the free movement of capital is regulated in the EU...its up-to-date analysis of the ECJ's case law, its doctrinal effort towards the systematization of economic freedom rules, and its constant references to the German debate issues not fully dealt with in the English literature, make Hindelang's book a major contribution to the field."
—Fernando Losada Fraga, Universidad de Leon, European Journal of International Law, 21, 2010
"Hindelang makes extensive use of the voluminous German language scholarship on free movement of capital. This is one of the great attractions of his work, as well as offering rigorous analysis of case law and of the underlying principles, he opens a window and lets in the refined output of that extensive legal literature."
—Leo Flynn, European Law Review, Vol 35, 892