2 edition of Regulatory competition versus harmonisation in European law found in the catalog.
Regulatory competition versus harmonisation in European law
by ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge in Cambridge
Written in English
|Series||Working paper series / ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge -- no.163, Working paper series (ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge) -- no.163.|
|Contributions||ESRC Centre for Business Research., University of Cambridge.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Downloadable. The harmonisation of company law in Europe has done little to remove diversity in the legal systems of the member states. The impact of directives has been significant in certain areas, such as basic accounting standards and the rules of capital maintenance.
Nevertheless, the continuing divergence between 'insider' systems, which place a strong emphasis on stakeholder forms of. Download Citation | Regulatory Competition Versus Harmonisation in European Company Law | The harmonisation of company law in Europe has done little to remove diversity in the legal systems of the Author: Simon Deakin.
Regulatory Competition Versus Harmonisation in European Company Law. By Simon Deakin. Download PDF ( KB) Abstract. The harmonisation of company law in Europe has done little to remove diversity in the legal systems of the member states.
is a more likely path for European company law than the type of convergence around a single, dominant Author: Simon Deakin. Title: Regulatory competition versus harmonisation in EU environmental law: Published in: Regulatory Competition and Economic Integration - Comparative Perspectives, - Cited by: 3.
This early consensus for harmonisation grew at around the same time as the “race to the bottom” cry across the Atlantic: Deakin, “Regulatory Competition versus Harmonisation in European Company Law” in Esty and Damien (hereinafter “Deakin, “Competition versus Harmonisation””).
Hence, the harmonisation of competition law has evolved into a topic of significant importance. This article will discuss the prospect of harmonisation of competition law: both hard and soft. While employing a comparative law argument, the book, accordingly, analyses the need for harmonisation throughout the different stages of development of the EU’s competition law enforcement (save Merger control and State Aid), the underlying rationale, and the extent to which comparative studies have been undertaken to facilitate the.
The Harmonisation of European Company Law (London: UKNCCL, ), 10 Amanda Acquisition Corp. Universal Foods Corp. F.2d (), per Easterbrook J., cited in D Charny, "Competition among jurisdictions in corporate law rules: an American perspective on the `race to the bottom' in the European Communities", in S Wheeler (ed.).
European tort laws are far from being harmonized. Judicial opinions in tort disputes (as in any private law conflict) range from being concise and, in principle, self-contained, such as the French Cour de Cassation’s rulings, to being lengthy and full of references to academic literature as is the case in Germany (Quézel-Ambrunaz; Markesinis and Unberathpp.
9–12). Abstract. The debate over 'competition versus harmonization' in regulatory policy often confuses the pertinent alternatives. This comment argues that neither pure regulatory competition nor complete regulatory harmonization is desirable or feasible where important international cross-border effects of regulation arise.
regulatory competition. Section 3 then takes a look at the contrasting styles of federal legislation and harmonization in the US and EU re-spectively. Section 4 concludes. Theoretical perspectives on regulatory competition Regulatory competition may be defined as a process involving the se.
Regulatory Competition or Harmonization The dilemma, the alternatives and the prospect of Reflexive Harmonization. This is a unique process as at first sight it accommodates regulatory competition between the Member States and the Commission, resulting in the emergence of voluntary harmonisation.
However, in fact the decentralised enforcement regime has preserved the Commission’s dominance and Europeanised national competition laws to the model of EU law. The national legislator either copies rules from the EU-treaty or another EU legal source when creating and passing new law, or he fulfils indeed a concrete obligation for harmonization an basis of an EU-regulation but beyond that he regulates fields of law being not in the scope of application of EU-regulations, within the same legislative.
Regulatory competition, also called competitive governance or policy competition, is a phenomenon in law, economics and politics concerning the desire of lawmakers to compete with one another in the kinds of law offered in order to attract businesses or other actors to operate in their jurisdiction.
Regulatory competition depends upon the ability of actors such as companies, workers or other. European Business: Corporate and Social Values Edited By Hubert Bonin and Luciano Segreto This book investigates the adaptation of companies to the trend towards Europeanisation, through the renewal of their business values, their corporate culture, their portfolio of skills and their transnationalisation.
Different application of competition policy in globalized economy can disturb economic competition more than support it. The article focuses on harmonization of competition law as one of the possible solutions of the problem of application of national competition law.
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Instead of pursuing harmonization fo substantive compnay law, the proposal is to adjust conflict of law rules in favor of the incorporation theory as ruled by the European Couurt of justice in its important Centros-decision of March / Companies should be granted freedom of establishment and free movement among jurisdictions in the European.
Traditionally, competition and environment are two areas of law for which regulation has been welcomed. In the last two decades, discussion about when regulation or legislative interference is needed has been revived in the context of harmonization of private and commercial law in the EU.legislators cannot be sure of the ‘optimal’ model for company law, the future of European company law-making would better be left with Member States than take the form of harmonized legislation.
Keywords: European law, company law, regulatory competition, corporate insolvency, Centros, Inspire Art. JEL Codes: G34, H73, KThis book brings a unique, comparative approach to competition policy in healthcare. By examining an insurance-based and a taxation-funded healthcare system, insights emerge into the applicability and application of general competition law and healthcare-specific competition rules at EU and Member State level.
The developing interactions between healthcare regulators and competition.