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Social rights and economic objectives: The importance of competition at supra national level

By Marianne Ojo


The need for a supra national model which embraces and provides for social rights of individual Member States is becoming more apparent amidst the ever intensifying integration process within the EU and its involvement in areas which have been undermined by an economic model. This paper considers why, despite such a need for a supra national model, the “ordo liberal European polity” is favoured. It partly does so, by way of reference to two judgements from the European Court of Justice (ECJ) – namely, Laval un Partneri Ltd , and the Viking Cases.

Topics: D53 - Financial Markets, K2 - Regulation and Business Law, G38 - Government Policy and Regulation, G01 - Financial Crises
Year: 2010
DOI identifier: 10.2139/ssrn.1651610
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