3 edition of The changing legal framework for services of general interest in Europe found in the catalog.
The changing legal framework for services of general interest in Europe
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Markus Krajewski, Ulla Neergaard, Johan van de Gronden.|
|Contributions||Krajewski, Markus, 1972-, Neergaard, Ulla B., Gronden, J. W. van de 1966-|
|LC Classifications||KJC5571.A6 C43 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 522 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||522|
|LC Control Number||2010286125|
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The changing framework of public services in Europe In recent years, the body of European law affecting public services – services of general economic interest as they are called in the EC Treaty – has been subject to a significant : T.M.C.
Asser Press. The Changing Legal Framework for Services of General Interest in Europe—Between Competition and Solidarity The Changing Legal Framework for Services of General Interest in Europe—Between Competition and Solidarity says one author in this book) so as to mask the incongruous perceptions and expectations on the role of the State and Author: Jörn Axel Kämmerer.
The European Legal Framework for the Provision of Services of General Interest/Public Services has been in a state of transformation since the early s, causing profound effects on the social and economic policies pursued by the Member States. The changing legal framework for services of general economic interest in Europe.
[Review of the book The changing legal framework for services of general interest in Europe, M. Krajewski & U. Neergaard et al., ] Published in: European Law Review, 35(2), - Sweet and Maxwell Ltd.
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Krajewski, U. Neergaard, J. Van de Gronden (eds.); T.M.C. Asser Press, Title: EFTA Surveillance Authority. European Legal Framework for Public Services 31 lishing the European Community, also explicitly recognizes the rights of the Member Communication: "Services of General Interest in Europe" of and and in the Laeken Report on "the services of general interest.
The EU has limited legislative competence in the field of social law. However, the Member States are increasingly modernizing social services and social (welfare) protection, attempting to make social services more efficient by increasingly looking to the market for the provision of such services.
Neergaard, U. Services of general economic interest: The nature of the beast. In M. Krajewski, U. Neergaard, & J. van de Gronden (Eds.), The changing legal framework for services of general interest in Europe: Between competition and solidarity.
Rodrigues S () Towards a general EC framework instrument related to SGEI. Political considerations and legal constraints. In Krajewski M, Neergaard U, Van de Gronden J (eds) The changing legal framework for services of general interest in Europe.
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