250 Seiten, Gebunden, HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 241 mm, Gewicht: 1210 g
Verlag: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Eekhoff Competition Policy in EuropeThe modern industrial states desperately need more competition in order to generate growth and employment. Although the European Union pushed its member states to open several sectors to competition, there is much left to be done. At the same time powerful interest groups try to avoid or to reduce competition on European labour markets, in the health systems, in the transport and energy sector, in public services, and in many other areas. This book shows that there is much to be gained from intensifying competition and that especially consumers would benefit. One task is to lay a sound basis for the application of competition. The other task is to implement and guarantee competition. The authors cover both issues.
Weitere Infos & Material
Competition - the Core of a Market Economy.- Ensuring a Sound Competition Environment: Rules, Practice, Reforms and Challenges of European Competition Policy.- Regulating Competition in the Labour Market: Level Playing Field or Barriers to Entry for the Unemployed?.- Market Oriented Reforms and Competition in European Health Care Systems.- Competition in Transport on the Move.- Competition in European Electricity Supply: Issues and bstacles.- Towards More Competition in Services of General Economic Interest.- A New Era of Competition Under the Guidance of the Court of First Instance.- List of Contributing Authors.