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Author Rutgers, Jacobien
Title European Contract Law and the Welfare State
Imprint Groningen : Europa Law Publishing, 2012
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Series European Studies in Private Law
European Studies in Private Law
Note Intro -- European Contract Law and the Welfare State. Edited by Dr. Jacobien Rutgers -- Preface -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- List of Contributors -- Introduction. Jacobien Rutgers -- chapter 1. National Welfare as Transnational Justice? An Institutional Analysis of the Normative (In)Coherence of Europe's Social Dimension. Floris de Witte -- chapter 2. Patient Autonomy in Europe. Anniek de Ruijter -- chapter 3. Labour Law, Union Law and the Real and Alleged Impact on the Welfare State(s). Klara Boonstra -- chapter 4. Services of General Interest, Contract Law and the Welfare State. Peter Rott -- chapter 5. Self-Regulation in the Consumer Field: The Dutch Approach. Thom van Mierlo -- chapter 6. A Comparison of the Institutional Implications of the Directive on Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts in France and the UK. Ruth Sefton-Green -- chapter 7. The Institutional Implications of the Unfair Terms Directive in Poland. Rafał Mańko -- List of Cases
This book publishes the papers of a workshop held at the Free University of Amsterdam and which aimed to explore the potential of applying the political science theory of the welfare-state-types to contract law
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Rutgers, Jacobien European Contract Law and the Welfare State Groningen : Europa Law Publishing,c2012 9789089520807
Subject Contracts-European Union countries.
Contracts-European Union countries-Congresses.
Conflict of laws-Contracts-European Union countries-Congresses.
Welfare state-European Union countries-Congresses
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