The Changing Legal Framework for Services of General Interest in Europe: Between Competition and Solidarity / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- T.M.C. Asser Press
|Publisher:||T.M.C. Asser Press|
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About the Author
Ulla Neergaard is Professor of Competition Law at the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, with special focus on public distortions of competition.
Johan van de Gronden is Professor of European Law at the Radboud University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, where he teaches European and competition law.
Table of ContentsConcepts and Principles.- Services of General Economic Interest: The Nature of the Beast.- What Does Article 86 Actually Do?.- Taking Stock: The EU Institutions and Services of General Economic Interest.- The Value of Solidarity in European Public Services Law.- Financing and Organising Services of General Interest.- The Altmark Case and Its Consequences.- State Aid Control Over Public Services: A View from the Court.- Problems of Cross-Subsidisation.- The Conceptual Links between State Aid and Public Procurement in the Financing of Services of General Economic Interest.- The Never Ending Story if ‘In-House’ Procurement.- Regulating Services of General Interest.- Modernising Healthcare: Pilgrimage for the Holy Grail?.- The User-Provider Relationship: Informed Choice and User Protection Through Private Law.- The Services Directive and Services of General (Economic) Interest.- Towards A General EC Framework Instrument Related to SGEI? Political Considerations and Legal Constraints.- Experiences in the Member States.- France.- Italy.- Spain.- Germany.- United Kingdom.- Netherlands.- Sweden.- Poland.- Bulgaria.- Conclusion.- Conclusion.