Publication frequency: quarterly
approx. 100 pages
ISSN 16 19-52 72
Single issue order
EStAL - European State Aid Law Quarterly
EStAL was established in 2002 as the first pan-European publication for State aid law and is still recognized as the leading journal in its field today. EStAL’s successful philosophy is to serve as a forum for open dialogue and reflection on State aid law and policy for and between academics, judges, Commission and Member States officials and private practitioners. This philosophy shows in the composition of the editorial board and translates to the selection of authors and commentators and EStAL’s circle of readers in particular. EStAL accordingly offers a balanced mix of high-quality legal analysis, concise information and pointed opinion pieces on State aid law and policy from diverse backgrounds to the benefit of all those dealing with State aid issues on a regular basis.
EStAL provides you quarterly with a review of around 100 pages, containing articles, case studies, jurisdiction of both European and national courts as well as communications from the European Commission.
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Josef Azizi, Andreas Bartosch, Andrea Biondi, Rose D'Sa, Leigh Hancher, Christian Koenig, Koen Lenaerts, Jérôme Philippe, Michael Schütte, Peter Schütterle, Adinda Sinnaeve, Vernon E. Vig, Diane P. Wood
Austria: Birgit Haslinger
Belgium: Cédric Kaczmarek
Bulgaria: Ilko Stoyanov
Czech Republic: Ivo Janda
Croatia: Tatjana Jakovljević
Cyprus: Michalis Kamperis
Denmark: Michael Honoré
EFTA States and EFTA Community: Monica Wroldsen
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania: Daiga Lagzdiņa
Finland: Heidi Merikalla-Teir
France: Nicole Coutrelis
Germany: Christoph Arhold
Greece: Antonis Metaxas
Hungary: Anikó Keller
Italy: Sara Gobbato
Luxemburg: Philippe-Emmanuel Partsch
Malta: Yana Haber
Poland: Przemyslaw Kamil Rosiak
Portugal: Sofia Oliveira Pais
Romania: Anca Jurcovan
Slovakia: Peter Hodal
Slovenia: Janez Ahlin
Spain: María Muñoz de Juan
Sweden: Ida Otken Eriksson
The Netherlands: Elske Henny
United Kingdom: Alan Bates
EStAL Review Process
The articles featured in each issue of European State Aid Law Quarterly (EStAL) are
as well requested submissions as unsolicited ones. All undergo the review process as followed: Each article is circulated among the full board and reviewed and refereed by the board members.
It is understood that EStAL accepts for print submissions of excellent quality only. All publications must demonstrate clearly that they are sufficiently distinct from the status quo of discussions among the informed State aid community, in particular through sufficiently broad footnoting and citations, and aim at advancing those discussions.
Whereas opinions and case notes may be more pointed, articles in particular must take clearly visible notice of pre-existing literature and jurisprudence, even if the positions expressed there are to be rejected by the author of the submission at hand. Likewise, submissions relating to very recent developments require less footnoting and citation than submissions relating to familiar topics.
Publications not living up to this quality standard will be rejected by the editorial board in the pre-publication review process.