|Author:||Richard Gibb,Mark Wise|
|Publisher:||Longman Scientific and Technical (March 1993)|
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Original and informative, Single Market to Social Europe will provide readers with a full understanding of EC affairs. ISBN13:9780582060883. Release Date:January 1993.
Although there is no single best way to arrange. various topics, they are arranged as follows.
This article focuses on the European single market, which has been one of the central issues in terms of the impact of Britain's .
This book analyzes how Norway's integration with the European Union has contributed to change the Norwegian state's oil and natural gas entrepreneurship. The point of departure is that the Norwegian state was succesfully engaged in her petroleum industry from the 1970s as producer, regulator, law-maker and political and economic risk-taker.
Single Market to Social Europe: The European Community in the 1990s. Many European leaders believe that the social dimension of Community policy forms an essential complement to the more obvious economic dimension. A view that generally contrasts with UK government opinion, resulting in major policy clashes within the community. Recently added by. WroxtonLibrary, RKCLibrary, Rumfuddle.
new insights into the growing complexity of the European Union
Export citation Request permission. Prior to 1986 the European Council was neither a Community institution denned in the Rome treaty nor a supranational institution along the lines of the Commission.
The market encompasses the EU's 28 member states, and has been extended, with exceptions, to Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the Agreement on the European Economic Area and to Switzerland through bilateral treaties.