qEuropean Union: Institutions and Lawq aims at familiarising management students, managers and executives with the institutional structure of the European Union, its legal system, and the decision-making process after the adoption by the Member States of the Treaty of Lisbon. It may also prove useful to students of political sciences and economics. Managers and executives, from EU Member States and from third countries, will find answer to practical questions concerning the role of the Commission, the Council and the Court, and their impact on business issues. In addition to covering the main subjects of constitutional, law-giving and competition policy of the EU, the author discusses the need for the Union to further reform its operating frame in order to set the foundation for 'Europe of the 21st century', and outlines possible scenarios for doing so.... joint production or distribution, customer service (e.g., call centres or repair shops) of the goods or services provided by the ... As an example, Sony of Japan and Ericsson of Sweden in 2000 formed a 5050 JV with combined capital of US$ 1anbsp;...
|Title||:||European Union: Institutions and Law|
|Author||:||Jacques N. Couvas|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2015-09-08|