2 edition of European social dialogue under articles 138 and 139 of the EC Treaty found in the catalog.
European social dialogue under articles 138 and 139 of the EC Treaty
|LC Classifications||HD8376.5 .W45 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 570 p. :|
|Number of Pages||570|
|LC Control Number||2007481424|
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He then investigates whether Articles and EC seem to engender good governance—i.e., whether such indicators as openness, participation, accountability, effectiveness, coherence, democratic legitimacy, and the contribution of the European social dialogue to a more subsidiary and proportionate decision-making at EU level are well-served.
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Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is ISBN:This book deals with certain legal aspects of the European social dialogue as described in the Articles and EC Treaty. On the one hand, legal problems with regard to the conclusion and implementation of agreements between the European social partners' organisations are discussed.
On the other hand, the relation between the European social partners' organisations and the EC. Welz, C. () The European Social Dialogue under Articles and of the EC Treaty: Actors, Processes, Outcomes.
Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer. Google Scholar. of the social dialogue between supranational social partners in the European Union. WELZ, Ch.
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Google Scholar. 3 Articles and TFEU (former articles and ). 4 Commission Communication ‘Adapting and promoting the social dialogue at Community level’, COM()final,and Commission Decision 98//EC annexed to it; OJ L, p Abstract. The involvement of European management and labour associations in European Union decision-making through the social dialogue1 procedure (Goldstein and Keohane,p; Garrett and Weingast,p) has been strengthened by its incorporation into the main body of the European Community Treaty at the Amsterdam European Council summit.
2 The EC Treaty. Book Review: Christian Welz The European Social European social dialogue under articles 138 and 139 of the EC Treaty book under Articles and of the EC Treaty. Actors, Processes, Outcomes Kluwer Law International: The Netherlands, ; pp.:(hbk).
In order to identify the social partners to be consulted under Article of the EC Treaty, the Commission carries out representativeness studies on the European organisations. This information is also important for the setting up of new sectoral social dialogue committees, as well as the Commission's assessment of the representative status of.
Note: This article is an updated extract from Welz, C. (), The European social dialogue under Articles and of the EC Treaty: Actors, processes, outcomes, Kluwer.
The European social dialogue under Articles and of the EC Treaty: Actors, processes, outcomes. Alphenaan den Rijn; Kluwer Law International. Alphenaan den Rijn; Kluwer Law International. Wright, E. First meetings of the social partners at Val Duchesse (Belgium) at the invitation of Commission President Jacques Delors.
First formal recognition of European social dialogue by insertion into the EC Treaty by the Single European Act of a new Article B EC.
The consultation document called on the European social partners to forward an opinion or recommendation to the Commission on the content of the proposal under consideration in accordance with Article (3) of the EC Treaty, or to inform it of their wish to start negotiations in accordance with Articles (4) and of the EC Treaty.
of formal social dialogue for issues at central (i.e. Federal) level. It upholds the idea that European Social Dialogue should be based on articles & of the EC Treaty but would discourage any modification of the legal bases / draft.
ART of the EC Treaty The Commission must: promote consultation of the social partners at community level -take every useful measure to facilitate their dialogue. On the occasion of a consultation, social partners can engage into a dialogue under art.
ART of the EC Treaty The Community level dialogue between the. Delors presided over the European Commission for three terms, from tofrom toand from tomaking him its longest serving president up to that point.
His Commission. European Union of the European framework agreement on harassment and violence at work, signed by the ETUC, BUSINESSEUROPE, UEAPME and CEEP on 26 April This is the third autonomous agreement to be negotiated by the European cross-industry social partners, following a consultation by the European Commission under Article of the EC Treaty.
European social dialogue is enshrined in the Treaty establishing the European Community (articles and ; ex a and b) and it is promoted by the European Commission as an instrument for a better governance and promotion of social and economic reforms.
The role of intent under Article 82 EC: From “flushing the turkeys” to “spotting lionesses in Regent’s Park” European Competition Law Review 26 Bebchuk, L.
Cohen, A Farrell, A What matters in corporate governance Review of Financial Studies 22 Signed: 13 December Entered into force: 1 December Purpose: to make the EU more democratic, more efficient and better able to address global problems, such as climate change, with one voice.
Main changes: more power for the European Parliament, change of voting procedures in the Council, citizens' initiative, a permanent president of the European Council, a new High. Article 2 of the EC Treaty provides that promotion of equality between men and women is a task of the European Community.
Under Article 3(2), the Community should aim to eliminate inequalities and promote equality between men and women. European social dialogue is at the heart of European Union governance.
It enables the European social partners to help to define European social standards, and is a fundamental part of the European social model. The ETUC is the only social partner representing workers at European level. The Treaty of Maastricht () guarantees this formal status.
This clearly explains the 31 October agreement that led to the Maastricht Protocol, which appears now in Articles of the EC Treaty (Dølvik,Chapter 8). The European Union today stands on the brink of radical institutional and constitutional change.
The most recent enlargement and proposed legal reforms reflect a commitment to democracy: stabilizing political life for citizens governed by new regimes, and constructing a European Union more accountable to. " The agreement on Social Policy a result of the agreement made on 31st October between the EESC and European employers organisations, the UNICE and the CEEP is also included in the EC treaty under articles and ; this agreement provided social dialogue with a position of prestige in the definition of Community social policy.
European Social Dialogue Under Articles and of the EC Treaty (Studies in Employment and Social Policy) by Christian Welz Hardcover. He then investigates whether Articles and EC (now Articles and TFEU) seem to engender good governance—i.e., whether such indicators as openness, participation, accountability, effectiveness, coherence, democratic legitimacy, and the contribution of the European social dialogue to a more subsidiary and proportionate decision.
European trade union organisation) informed the Commission of their wish to enter into negotiations in accordance with Article (4) and Article of the Treaty establishing the European Community (the "EC Treaty")1 with a view to concluding a Framework Agreement on prevention from sharp injuries in the hospital and healthcare sector.
(3) On. organisation of the social dialogue, all these systems contain the common values and principles of the Union in respect to social and economic rights and are all fully aligned with the conventions of the ILO.
This is the essence of the European social dialogue as enshrined in Articles and of the Treaty of the European. 10 C. Welz, The European Social Dialogue under Articles and of the EC Treaty.
Actors, Processes, outcomes, The Hague, Wolters Kluwer,p. 1 1 European Commission, Partnership for change in an enlarged Europe - Enhancing the con-tribution of European social dialogue, Brussels,COM()final, 23 p. The Treaty of Rome, or EEC Treaty (officially the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community), brought about the creation of the European Economic Community (EEC), the best known of the European Communities (EC).
The treaty was signed on 25 March by Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and West Germany, and it came into force on 1 January discussed in a Social Dialogue, the formal framework for setting an agenda of topics being Article et seq.
of the EC Treaty. The envisaged study is a follow-up to the previous studies that were undertaken to promote Social Dialogue in the European professional football sector in accordance with Articles and of the EC Treaty.
What place does the social dialogue have at European level. The social dialogue has a strong institutional recognition at European level. First of all, it has a legal base in Articles and of the EC Treaty, which confer an obligation on the Commission to promote the consultation of the social partners, and to facilitate their dialogue.
BUSINESSEUROPE, formerly named UNICE) and the European cross-industry social partner organisation representing a certain category of undertakings (UEAPME) informed the Commission on 11 September of their wish to enter into negotiations, in accordance with Article (4) and Article of the EC Treaty**, with a view to revising.
Article states that external actions must be in accordance with the principles laid out in Chapter 1 Title 5 of the Treaty on European Union. Article and establish the common commercial (external trade) policy of the EU. Articles to deal with cooperation on development and humanitarian aid for third countries.