1 edition of EEC law and nordic commercial relations with the communities found in the catalog.
EEC law and nordic commercial relations with the communities
|Statement||[edited by Zacharias Sundström ... et al.].|
|Series||Publications of the Finnish Association for European Law,, A n:o 1|
|Contributions||Sundström, G. O. Zacharias.|
|LC Classifications||KJE6791 .A85 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||358 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||87139583|
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The economic and political systems of Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden constitute a relatively uniform model for the regulation of the labor market.(1) When we refer to the labor market, there is justification for speaking of one Nordic Model with special national characteristics in each country.(2) The reason for this lies not only in the. Latham & Watkins LLP is pleased to announce the launch of its Book of Jargon® – Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG), a comprehensive digital glossary of more than 1, ESG terms, developed for the business, academic, and legal communities. This Book of Jargon is being presented with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, a global, CEO-led organization seeking to.
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Further, this source is designed to help the researcher discover additional sources that can aid. About us. The Journal is one of the only academically based journals in the region that regularly publishes commercial law articles in English.
The Journal is a double blind peer-review one and.The paper analyses the relationship between traditional market rational contract law and rules on the control of unfair contract terms. The question is asked to what extent Nordic and EC rules on such control express a radical departure from traditional contract values.
As a background Nordic law is compared to the recently adopted EC Directive on Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts.Part I of this paper seeks to investigate the possible bias, or difference in usage, in the use of the word “constitutional” with particular reference to the now resolved tension between the Court of Justice of the European Communities and the German Constitutional Court.
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