Public Services and Citizenship in European Law: Public and Labour Law Perspectives

Synopsis

The operation of public services at both domestic and European levels is becoming a subject of considerable interest to researchers and policy makers alike. This book examines the economic and political implications of public services alongside a detailed analysis of their legal impact. Through this analysis, a new concept of constitutional citizenship is identified; a concept which would give consumers, as well as employees, new rights. The book also examines the new doctrine of services of general economic interest, as enshrined in the Amsterdam Treaty, and the impact it will have on public services. The privatization of public services and the resulting impact on consumers is also dealt with.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • David Faulkner
  • Carol Harlow
  • Elisenda Malaret Garcia
  • Etienne Picard
  • Alessandro Petretto
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Oxford, England
Publication year:
  • 1998

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