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Securities Law In The European Community: Harmony Or Cacophony?, Roberta S. Karmel Jan 1993

Securities Law In The European Community: Harmony Or Cacophony?, Roberta S. Karmel

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Employee Rights In The European Community: A Panorama From The 1974 Social Action Program To The Social Charter Of 1989 , Roger J. Goebel Jan 1993

Employee Rights In The European Community: A Panorama From The 1974 Social Action Program To The Social Charter Of 1989 , Roger J. Goebel

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Certainly, in the eyes of the drafters of the EEC Treaty, social progress was inseparably linked with economic progress, and both were intimately related to the goal of a "union among the peoples of Europe." The Court of Justice has also recognized the importance of social policy, stating that "the Community ...is not merely an economic union," but rather has a "double aim, which is at once economic and social ..." In view of the capital importance thus accorded to the social aspect of the European Community, it is surprising that the Community's achievements in the social sphere, both through ...


Subsidiarity And The European Community, George Bermann Jan 1993

Subsidiarity And The European Community, George Bermann

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The notion of subsidiarity in European federalism labors from all manner of burdens. It seems elusive by nature, commentators claiming that they do not know what subsidiarity means or, if they do, that they do not see in it anything new. At the same time subsidiarity has been presented at least in some quarters as a panacea for the Community's current malaise. It clearly is not that. Even if subsidiarity has not been oversold, it is almost certainly overexposed, a condition that the present Article is unlikely to cure.

My purpose in this Article is simply to help make ...


A Commentary On The Harmonization Of European Private Law, George A. Bermann Jan 1993

A Commentary On The Harmonization Of European Private Law, George A. Bermann

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The idea behind bringing together these papers on harmonization in three such distinct fields as contract, copyright and telecommunications, and securities law must be that they may have something to tell us generally about the processes of harmonization in European private law. Each paper tells a story fascinating in its own right, but whether they in fact add up to something more, with implications for private law harmonization as a whole, is the question I naturally want to take up in this commentary.