5 edition of Industrial Policy in the European Community:A Necessary Response to Economic Integration? found in the catalog.
January 8, 1993
Written in English
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However, with the growth of economic integration, and with the growth of national regulation, the question of the scope of application of regulatory law may increasingly be understood as a trade issue, and has increasingly been addressed in international trade law.
3 This seems appropriate to the extent that the greatest concern raised by the Cited by: Policy makers look to Europe, for instance, to try to alleviate the unintended national consequences of economic and functional European integration.
These unintended consequences, or ‘spill-overs’, are the result of policies which aim to harmonise a limited set of inter-national relations but which also create the need for yet further. note: the Treaties of Rome, signed on 25 March and subsequently entered into force on 1 Januarycreated the European Economic Community and the European Atomic Energy Community; a series of subsequent treaties have been adopted to increase efficiency and transparency, to prepare for new member states, and to introduce new areas of.
This paper investigates the changing business environment of the pharmaceutical industry as a result of regional integration. Peggy Chaudhry, Peter Dacin and J. Paul Peter develop specific research propositions on such issues as regulated prices, Pan-European selling tactics, gray markets, and strategic alliances and test these propositions by means of a content analysis of interviews Cited by: 8.
The social construction of europe London: SAGE constructivist approaches have not been introduced in a thorough and systematic way to the study of European integration.
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) In other words: When it comes to core national political issues such as foreign policy, security, military might, internal jurisdiction and the sovereignty of its national political institutions, as well as perhaps core economic issues touching upon sovereignty such as monetary and general economic policy or taxation, intergovernmentalism.
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European integration has less embeddedness in domestic social relations than national projects, thus making it much more fragile when fair-weather conditions end, such as has been the case following the financial crisis and, more specifically, for the debtor states in the Eurozone by: Unanimity is required for a number of specific areas related to economic integration (e.g.
taxation), constitutional matters such as amendments to the treaties, the launching of a new common policy, the accession of a new Member State, and matters falling within the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy, European Security and Defense Policy.The integration of human rights issues into global security negotiations is an effective foreign policy strategy that both serves as an additional mechanism of containment and a long-term tactic that can transform the norms of oppressive regimes.