Title:Exclusionary price abuses in the EU (a developmental approach with regards to networks) Author(s):BELENYESI, PalDate:2006Citation:
- Acta juridica hungarica, 2006, 47, 3, 249-272
Type:ArticleAbstract:The liberalization processes, which started in the 90's in Europe, opened up a new area for competition policy and competition scrutiny and enforcement. Both ex-ante regulation and competition policy are responsible for ...
Title:The cultural mainstreaming clause of article 151(4) EC: protection and promotion of cultural diversity or hidden cultural agenda? Author(s):PSYCHOGIOPOULOU, EvangeliaDate:2006Citation:
- European law journal, 2006, 12, 5, 575-592
Type:ArticleAbstract:The purpose of this article is to examine the cultural competences attributed to the Community, placing particular emphasis upon the cultural powers conferred by paragraph 4 of Article 151 EC, which entrusts the European ...
Title:Balancing fundamental rights and common market freedoms in union law: Schmidberger and Omega in the light of the European constitution Author(s):MORIJN, JohnDate:2006Citation:
- European law journal, 2006, 12, 1, 15-40
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article deals with how the Court of Justice balances fundamental rights protection and Common Market freedoms. From the particular perspective of the Charter and the ECHR, whose legal status will be upgraded upon entry ...
Title:Age discrimination law in a country with a communist history: the example of Poland Author(s):ZYSK, MalgorzataDate:2006Citation:
- European law journal, 2006, 12, 3, 371-402
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article offers an overview of the legal responses to age discrimination in Poland. It explores the system of legal protection before the accession of Poland to the European Union, and looks too at the situation after ...
Title:The legitimacy of supranational decision-making Author(s):JOERGES, ChristianDate:2006Citation:
- Journal of Common Market studies, 2006, 44, 4, 779-802
Type:ArticleAbstract:The 'comitology mode' of decision-making can be interpreted as a response to the non-unitary and non-hierarchical ('heterarchical') nature of the EU. It is of exemplary importance since it represents an institutionalized ...
Title:Implementation of directives into domestic legal system: the case of Poland Author(s):NOWAK, BartlomiejDate:2006Citation:
- Journal of interdisciplinary economics, 2006, 17, 3, 289-312
Title:Economic liberalisation of education provision within the EC & WTO: a human rights perspective Author(s):MORIJN, JohnDate:2006Citation:
- Croatian yearbook of European law and policy, 2006, 2, 99-136
Type:ArticleAbstract:This paper addresses the impact of WTO- and EC-driven liberalisation of trade in services on non-trade policies. Adopting a human rights perspective, which is given as having a critical bearing on both 'trade' and 'non-trade' ...
Title:Mini-symposium on the consultative board's report on the future of the WTO Author(s):COTTIER, Thomas; MCRAE, Donald; TRACHTMAN, Joel P.; MATSUSHITA, Mitsuo; WOLFE, Robert; PETERSMANN, Ernst-Ulrich; VAN DEN BOSSCHE, Peter; ALEXOVICOVA, Iveta; BARTELS, Lorand; ZEITLER, Helge Elisabeth; VAN DAMME, IsabelleDate:2005Citation:
- Journal of international economic law, 2005, 8, 3, 595-690
Title:Electricity and gas market liberalization in the EU as a part of the internal energy market strategy - chosen aspects. The lesson for Poland Author(s):NOWAK, BartlomiejDate:2006Citation:
- Journal of interdisciplinary economics, 2006, 17, 4, 465-480