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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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The Changing Legal Framework for Services of General Interest in Europe: Between Competition and Solidarity

Edited by: Markus Krajewski, Ulla Neergaard, Johan van de Gronden

ISBN13: 9789067043083
Published: October 2009
Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £80.00

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The European Legal Framework for the Provision of Services of General Interest/Public Services has been in a state of transformation since the early 1990s, causing profound effects on the social and economic policies pursued by the Member States.

This examination of the impact of EC internal market, competition, state aid and procurement law on the provision of these services focuses in particular on the fields of health services, social services and local public services.

It comprises horizontal studies on these subjects which take into account the most recent case law and community legislation from the European Court of Justice, and includes country reports from ten different Member States. It is of great interest to academics, practitioners, government officials and policymakers dealing with EC affairs. A publication of T.M.C. Asser Press, exclusively distributed by Cambridge University Press.

  • Covers internal market, competition, state aid and procurement, allowing readers to appreciate the wide impact of EC law and to draw comparisons between different legal fields
  • Includes country reports from ten different countries, enabling readers to study the effects of EC law on concrete examples
  • Chapters are written by experts from all over Europe, providing readers with different national perspectives

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