Check out the new Bibliography of the Council. Complied by the Commission’s Central Library it consists of around 730 records referencing around 260 books and 470 articles and selected chapters. References are grouped in specific research fields and indexed according to Eurovoc descriptors.
The Central Library would be grateful if researchers would, by September 2012, test its usefulness against their needs and will welcome your comments on both the structure of the bibliography, and on any additional resources, particularly relevant literature in less widely-used EU languages and Master or PhD theses.
The ultimate aim is “to provide researchers with a comprehensive tool to study how the institutions were analyzed from a variety of cultural traditions and angles, including political science, sociology, legal studies, history and others.”
Posted by the EDC in the Bodleian Law Library