Tag Archives: EU

Evidence in Court? A new standard for competition law cases

July 20, 2017

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Elgar Law Publisher, Luke Adams, attended the conference in Brussels on 3rd July.

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Autonomous public bodies in the European legal sphere

June 30, 2017

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Stéphanie De Somer looks at the influence of EU law on the creation of independent regulatory authorities and the interaction of this trend with national constitutions.

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Reforming public administration in Europe requires a good grasp of nuances

August 25, 2016

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lights-cityscapeToo different? Europe’s bureaucracies defy uniform approaches to reform, writes Gerhard Hammerschmid.

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The Hallmarks of Public, Utilities and Concessions Procurement

July 14, 2016

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technical_drawing2The 2014 EU legislative framework on public procurement and concessions has been enacted with high expectation, explains Christopher Bovis. […]

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The New Normal

June 27, 2016

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iStock_53280524_sunrise-londonSMALLRalph Fevre explores the history behind the Referendum and what next for Britain.

The 2016 EU referendum vote requires a long process of readjustment in British internal politics. For forty years, normal British politics have been about getting a relatively small number of key voters in each constituency to switch from one side to another. Political strategists have assumed these voters share values that happen to make most of them favour staying in the EU. […]

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