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  1. European policy makers consider implementing a common EU tax base which has to be formulary apportioned among the EU Member States. The aim of this book is to develop an apportionment formula that fits best for the EU. For this purpose, existing formulary approaches (US, Canada, Switzerland, Germany) are analyzed in great detail in order to be in a position to pick the best elements of each. In addition, the basic principles of international c...
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  2. One of the most contested areas of action connected to enlargement of the EU has been minority rights monitoring. The new task created lack of clarity on the standards and criteria of assessment of the performance of current and perspective member states. This book explains and analyses the dominant trends on minority rights protection at EU level, their effects on member states and their future perspectives through the prism of the recent enl...
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  3. Each year the institutions of the European Union tender for contracts with a total value of between €18 - €20 billion. These already large figures are likely to increase in the new budget for 2013 onwards. EU tenders are subject to a special set of rules set out in the EU's Financial Regulation and a series of subsidiary rules adopted by the EU Commission. Understanding EU Commission Tenders is based on a thorough understanding of the law but ...
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  4. The Yearbook aims at taking up recent trends in international arbitration and leading them in scholarly debate. Volume I comprises contributions by 25 renowned scholars and practitioners from around the world who impart their knowledge and thoughts on the basis of their wide experience in the various domains of arbitration and related areas.
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  5. In late 2009, Europe was given a new “constitution” with the Lisbon Treaty. Now, two years later, one of the key innovations of this new treaty, the European Citizens’ Initiative, is about to become fully operational. For the very first time in world history, citizens across national borders will be able to determine the common political agenda by way of a transnational direct democratic procedure.
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  6. Consortium agreements for research projects of the European Commission are managed in Brussels. Therefore Belgian law is often applicable to these contracts. As organisations from all European Union member states and associated countries are potential contracting parties, numerous basic questions about Belgian contract law and multiparty agreements in particular arise. This book takes a look at model agreements from a Belgian contract law pers...
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  7. This volume is the result of a series of four events – three workshops and a final presentation – which the Austrian Institute for European Law and Policy organised from 4 October 2011 to 14 March 2012 in Brussels as “open dialogue” within the meaning of Article 11 (2) TEU. The contributions collected in this volume are a representative sample of the statements of participants of the workshops (mostly panelists, but including a few members o...
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  8. Defining and discussing key developments in human rights, the fifth edition of the European Yearbook on Human Rights brings together 26 contributions by renowned human rights experts that provide a much needed overview and sought-after analysis.
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  9. De rechtstak ‘Zakenrecht en zekerheden’ onderging de jongste decennia een belangrijke evolutie, die een complete update van het Handboek Burgerlijk Recht noodzakelijk maakte.
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  10. Met bijzondere juridisch-wetenschappelijke kennis heeft Annelies Wylleman het grote aantal grondige wijzigingen en hervormingen van het Burgerlijk Wetboek en de talrijke bijzondere wetten herwerkt in dit eerste deel van het Handboek Burgerlijk Recht.
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