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by Cristiana Cicoria

Category: Economics
Subcategory: Business and Work
Author: Cristiana Cicoria
ISBN: 3631551649
ISBN13: 978-3631551646
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften; 1 edition (April 11, 2006)
Pages: 286
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Nonprofit Organizations Facing Competition. The Application of United States, European and German Competition Law to Not-for-Profit Entities. Therefore, these organizations are no longer a priori excluded from the application of competition law.

Therefore, these organizations are no longer a priori excluded from the application of competition law. The current United States, European and German rules of competition, however, do not contain specific provisions for nonprofit market actors, which are treated like other profit-maximizing undertakings, regardless of their social goals and nonprofit status. In the attempt of filling this gap, this study focuses on nonprofits' infra-sector competition.

This study discusses limits and challenges of the application of European competition law to nonprofit market actors.

Where the profit motive was absent, economic activity could not be imagined, or could at most be conceived of only as occasional and marginal. Where the profit motive was absent, economic activity could not be imagined, or could at most be conceived of only as occasional and marginal. This study discusses limits and challenges of the application of European competition law to nonprofit market actors. by Cristiana Cicoria. Published April 20, 2006 by Peter Lang Publishing.

Cicoria C (2006) Nonprofit organizations facing competition, The application of united states . The European market for healthcare services after the judgments of the ECJ in Vanbraekel and Peerbooms’.

Cicoria C (2006) Nonprofit organizations facing competition, The application of united states, European and German competition law to not-for-profit entities. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am MainGoogle Scholar. Davies G (2007) The services directive: extending the country of origin principle, and reforming public administration. CMLRev 39:683–729Google Scholar.

European competition law is the competition law in use within the European Union. It promotes the maintenance of competition within the European Single Market by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies to ensure that they do not create cartels and monopolies that would damage the interests of society. European competition law today derives mostly from articles 101 to 109 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), as well as a series of Regulations and Directives.

Reports on EU competition policy, written by the European Commission or independent consultants. The contents of external reports do not necessarily reflect the position or opinion of the European Commission. Citizens’ perceptions about competition policy. Study on the practical impact of RDI State aid rules. Study on the enforcement of State aid rules and decisions by national courts (July 2019) In July 2018, DG COMP contracted, through a public tender, a study on the state of play of the enforcement of State aid rules by national courts.

For a long time it has been assumed that the search for profits was inseparable from the carrying on of an economic activity, which could not be imagined absent the profit-maximizing motive. Nowadays, the role of nonprofit organizations as economic actors, operating in a competitive market, is well recognized. Therefore, these organizations are no longer a priori excluded from the application of competition law. The current United States, European and German rules of competition, however, do not contain specific provisions for nonprofit market actors, which are treated like other profit-maximizing undertakings, regardless of their social goals and nonprofit status. In the attempt of filling this gap, this study focuses on nonprofits’ infra-sector competition. Though a comparative cross-country analysis, the study discusses the legal and economic implications of the enforcement of competition law against nonprofit organizations, and suggests some possible legal normative criteria which could facilitate the future applicability of these norms to not-for-profit entities.
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