Two good (and free) edited collections are available. Here's one on subsidies, edited by Luca Rubini and Jennifer Hawkins:
What shapes the law? : reflections on the history, law, politics and economics of international and European subsidy disciplinesThis book puts together several contributions that, from various time, system and disciplinary perspectives, address the same questions – what has shaped subsidy laws? Which actors mould subsidy and State aid law and what forces are at work? The book includes reports from former or current negotiators, officials, practitioners and scholars, that focus on various attempts to regulate subsidies at the national, European and international levels. Prominence is given to the actual practice, and to the account given by the key actors, operating in the field since the 1970s. Various disciplines are interrogated – from history to law, from political science to economics. What comes out is a fascinating account that provides a goldmine of insights and leads for further enquiry in a topical and under-researched area.
What the TTIPLeaks Mean for the On-Going Negotiations and Future Agreement?While the TTIP leaks are not the first (nor the last) leak since the inception of the negotiation in 2013, they revealed for the first time the US negotiating position regarding certain chapters of the TTIP draft agreement. As such, the TTIP leaks provide an unprecedented opportunity not only to analyse the contrasting positions of the EU and US on several issues in the on-going negotiations, but also to test the veracity of the competing narratives devised by opponents and proponents of the agreement. To what extent do their respective storylines find support in the actual texts? What do the TTIP leaks mean for the on-going negotiations and future agreement?
At a time in which the ongoing negotiations enter a maker-breaker moment, this symposium of the European Journal of Risk Regulation provides a timely analysis of most of the documents released and contextualises them within the broader, on-going negotiations. It contains 10 research-based opinion pieces by leading academics and practitioners who have been closely following the negotiations in their respective areas of expertise, such as international regulatory cooperation, pharmaceuticals, food safety, agriculture and geographical indications, financial regulations as well as sustainable development.