This book looks at the changing role and nature of the regulation
of State intervention in the liberalised and privatised markets of
the European Union. It examines how the traditional role of the
State is now challenged by European Union law, and the implications
for traditional public services provided by the State. For the
first time in an academic work, the book brings together the
interaction of the Internal Market and the Competition rules of the
European Union when they are applied to State economic activity.
Individual chapters examine specific rules which address squarely
the permissible role of State activity in competitive markets, for
example an examination of the State aid rules, the rules in Article
86 EC regulating State monopolies and the controversial application
of Articles 81 and 82 EC to the State. Other chapters examine the
processes of privatisation and liberalisation with case studies on
the postal sector, utilities and telecommunications.
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||Modern Studies in European Law
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