5 edition of European Union internal market and labour law found in the catalog.
European Union internal market and labour law
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Marc de Vos ; contributors, Catherine Barnard ... [et al.].|
|Series||Social Europe series -- 19|
|Contributions||Vos, Marc de, 1970-, Barnard, Catherine.|
|LC Classifications||KJE2855 .E964 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 149 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||2009499844|
European Union Internal Market The European Single Market, Internal Market or Common Market is a single market which seeks to guarantee the free movement of goods, capital, services, and labour – the ‘four freedoms‘ – within the European Union. The market encompasses the EU's 27 . The European Union has become the battle ground for a growing conflict between labour protection in the member states and the economic rules of the internal market.
The European Union (EU) is an anti-democratic experiment in globalism, combining very different cultures and nations into one legal, political and economic union of 28 European countries. It was formed in with the ratification of the Maastricht Treaty, though its predecessor, the European Economic Community, was founded in It is not the same as "Europe", though most nations from the Capital: Brussels, Luxembourg, Strasbourg. This chapter discusses a number of key labour and equality law issues. These include restructuring of enterprises; information, consultation, and worker participation; fundamental Treaty freedoms and national collective labour law; flexible work and working conditions; the EU and national labour law in times of economic crisis; and gender equality, comprehensive equality, and protection.
The Proposal of the European Commission for a Directive on Services in the Internal Market: An Overview of its Main Features and Critical Reflections; W. Gekiere. 2. The Proposed Directive on Services and Labour Law; N. Bruun. 3. Mutual Recognition and Country of Origin in the Case-law of the European Court of Justice; R. Graham. 4. The European Union is one of the most outward-oriented economies in the world. It is also the world’s largest single market area. Free trade among its members was one of the EU's founding principles, and it is committed to opening up world trade as well. From to , EU foreign trade doubled and now accounts for over 30% of the EU’s.
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Between the European Union’s agenda for a free internal market and the protection of labour standards within the EU. Th e book cannot off er a defi nite or. : European Union Internal Market and Labour Law: Friends or Foes. (Social Europe Series) (): Marc De Vos: Books.
This book explores the intricate, complex, and sometimes contentious relationship between the European Union’s agenda for a free internal market and the protection of labour standards within the European Union. Its immediate focus is on recent legal developments, both in case law and in legislation.
The European Union has created a European centre of expertise in the field of labour law, employment and labour market policies in The centre of expertise covers legal, regulatory, economic and policy aspects of employment and labour markets, including reforms.
As well as free trade, a central idea in the internal market is that of ‘undistorted competition’. If states have different rules on matters relevant to industry (for example, environmental or labour law), then companies in states with low regulatory burdens will have an advantage.
This may be economically problematic, but is also seen as Author: Damian Chalmers, Gareth Davies, Giorgio Monti. "European Union Internal Market Law provides a clear and detailed exploration of one of the key features of EU law and is a very useful addition to the bookshelves of those studying the topic for the first time or at more advanced level." Jess Guth, Bradford University Law School "The EU internal market is Cited by: 2.
'This is an excellent, well-written book which rewards a close reading. In particular, its originality in bringing research on traditional trade union responses to labour migration together with the debate on Europeanisation and labour law is to be commended.'Author: Rebecca Zahn.
Edited by Catherine Barnard and Steve Peers, European Union Law draws together a range of perspectives from experienced academics, teachers and practitioners to provide a comprehensive introduction to EU law.
Each chapter has been written and updated by an expert in the field to provide students with access to a broad range of ideas while offering a solid foundation in the institutional and.
European Union (CFREU). By contrast, the EU Internal Market - an area without EU social and labour rights and Internal Market Law 25 Contradictory interrelations 25 Economic freedoms for business and social and labour rights 26 Relevance of tensions for regulatory actors (EU and national level) 27File Size: 2MB.
Modernisation of the internal market: potential clashes and crossroads with other policies / Inge Govaere Internal market v.
labour market: a brief history / Catherine Barnard The right to take collective action v. fundamental economic freedoms in the aftermath of Laval and Viking: foes are forever. EU Social and Labour Rights have developed incrementally, originally through a set of legislative initiatives creating selective employment rights, followed by a non-binding Charter of Social Rights.
Only insocial and labour rights became legally binding through the Charter of Fundamental Rights for the European Union (CFREU).
By contrast, the EU Internal Market - an area without. The European Single Market, Internal Market or Common Market is a single market which seeks to guarantee the free movement of goods, capital, services, and labour – the ‘four freedoms‘ – within the European Union (EU).
The market encompasses the EU's 27 member states, and has been extended, with exceptions, to Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the Agreement on the European Policy of: European Union.
De Vos, Marc, ed. “European Union Internal Market and Labour Law: Friends or Foes?” Social Europe Series n. pag. Print.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Modernisation of the internal market: potential clashes and crossroads with other policies / Inge Govaere --Internal market v. labour market: a brief history / Catherine Barnard --The right to take collective action v.
fundamental economic freedoms in the aftermath of Laval and Viking. Private law and private law relationships in Member States of the European Union are increasingly influenced by EU law. Sometimes, this influence is predictable, for instance because EU law provides expressly that violation of a rule shall produce a specific private law effect (Article (2) TFEU).
Labour law arose in parallel with the Industrial Revolution as the relationship between worker and employer changed from small-scale production studios to large-scale factories. Workers sought better conditions and the right to join a labour union, while employers sought a more predictable, flexible and less costly state of labour law at any one time is therefore both the product.
Edited by Catherine Barnard and Steve Peers, this new EU law textbook draws together a range of perspectives from experienced academics, teachers and practitioners from a number of jurisdictions to provide a comprehensive introduction to EU law. Each chapter has been written by an expert inthe field to provide you with access to a broad range of ideas while offering a solid foundation in the.
The European Union has become the battle ground for a growing conflict between labour protection in the member states and the economic rules of the internal market. This paper traces the emergence and development of that conflict through the case-law of the European Court of Justice.
It structures the case-law in varying models of conflict resolution: labour is not a commodity; labour is Author: Marc De Vos. Catherine Barnard is Professor of European Union Law and Jean Monnet Chair of EU Law at the University of Cambridge. She is also Senior Tutor of Trinity College.
She specializes in European Union law, labour and discrimination law, and competition law. Steve Peers is a British academic and an expert on the European Union. KW - European Union Law. KW - Social Rights.
KW - Labour Rights. KW - Economic Integration. KW - European Court of Justice. M3 - Other report. SN - BT - EU Social and Labour Rights and EU Internal Market Law: Study for the EMPL Committee.
PB - European Parliament. CY - Cited by: 5. European Union Internal Market And Labour Law: Friends Or Foes? (Social Europe Series) Book Pdf.The European Union internal market problems are solved by SOLVIT.
SOLVIT is a service provided to the citizens and enterprises of the European Union for the extra-judicial adjudication of problems, which may arise as a consequence of incorrect application of the European Union internal market legislation by an authority of another member state.This chapter examines the nature of the European market, which the Treaties today call the ‘internal market’.
It begins by setting out the three models of market integration - host country control, harmonized model, and home country control - each of which represents a very different approach to, or philosophy of, economic integration. It then considers how the nature of European market Author: Jukka Snell.