Yuksel B & Beaumont P (eds.) (2014) Turkish and EU Private International Law - A Comparison, First ed. Istanbul: on iki levha yayincilika AS. www.onikilevha.com.tr.
This book grew out of a workshop that took place at the Centre for Private International Law at the Law School of the University of Aberdeen on 1 February 2013 as a part of a European Union (EU) funded project within the scope of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the EU Commission (Jean Monnet Scheme) analysing cross border litigation in Europe. The book consists of seven chapters which are the revised and edited versions of the papers that were given at the workshop on Turkish perspectives on EU Private International Law in preparation for Turkish accession to the EU and implications for the accession. This book gives an introduction to Turkey's EU accession process and reflects Turkish perspectives on jurisdiction recognition and enforcement of judgments and applicable law in civil and commercial matters private international aspects of family law succession intellectual property competition law and unfair competition matters by making comparisons between Turkish Law and EU Law to see the influence of the latter on the former. The chapters address the significant differences between Turkish Private International Law and harmonised EU Private International Law which highlights the adjustments that Turkey will need to make when it accedes to the EU.
private international law, Turkish law, EU law