European Economic Law' presents a thoroughgoing legal analysis of the prominence of corporate and business enterprises in what many theorists see as the intrinsic 'internationality' of social activity in the current era. In the course of its intensive discussion, the book disentangles the complex interrelations among a vast array of economic factors. Since the last edition of this pre-eminent work five years ago, the European framework in the international setting has substantially changed. Numerous critical developments have highlighted shortcomings in the European structure that seems incapable, in its present complexity, of resolving the apparently intractable problems it confronts. This book's author is uncompromising: either we have the courage to establish profound, constitutional reforms aimed at renewing the EU in the collective imagination or we risk contenting ourselves with merely an economic community with a far-from-ideal single market where even the four basic freedoms guaranteeing all actors, individuals and enterprises are put under discussion.
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Companies' right of establishment and freedom to provide services : mutual recognition of eligible companies Harmonization of company law within the EU The role of the European Union in the organization of international trade Economic and financial relations in the globalization era : foci of crisis and the Euro's problems Multinational enterprises and globalization Competition law between general theory and actual implementation.
KJE2045 .S2613 2019
Alphen aan den Rijn : Kluwer Law International,