2 edition of European Community transport policy in the approach to 1992. found in the catalog.
European Community transport policy in the approach to 1992.
Commission of the European Communities.
1990 by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English
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The end of will mark the beginning of a new departure for the Community' s common trans- port policy (CTP). For many years progress towards the realization of the CTP was slow, especially when measured against the importance of transport in the Com- munity Size: 7MB.
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Review of the Common Transport Policy - 3 1 Executive summary Overview of the study The purpose of this study is to assess the main developments in the European transport sector and of European transport policy between andin order to inform the development of policy for the future.
The study assesses the extent toFile Size: KB. In the European Union, the principle of subsidiarity is the principle that decisions are kept with Member States if the intervention of the European Union is not necessary. De facto, the European Union takes action only when Member States’ power is limited.
The principle of subsidiarity applied to the European Union can be resumed to “Europe where necessary, national where possible”. Jürgen Basedow, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), The European Union was established by the Treaty on European Union (TEU), signed by the members of the European Community (EC) at Maastricht, Netherlands, on 7 February (Official Journal of the EC – OJ – C /1).
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The paper focuses on a limited number of European transport policy issues, that nevertheless are probably the most relevant ones. Given the great complexity of the transport sector (several. The White Paper on European Transport Policy.
In December the Commission published its first White Paper: ‘The future development of the common transport policy’ which emphasised the opening and integration of the EU transport market. This aim has been largely achieved, except in the railway sector. Cabotage has. Appealing though the idea of a united Europe is, the strength of the European Community does not lie in that abstract appeal.' `It lies in the weakness of the nation-state.
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Table of Contents. uction. Section 1: Taking Stock of the European Transport Policy Context of Change in the Transport Sector. an Transport Trends. an Transport Policy Responses.
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The development of the transport policy is charted through amending and founding Treaties as well as non-legislative documents. The book uses a model of sustainability as the basis for the analysis as the criteria Author: Matthew Humphreys.
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