First published in 1998, this volume was formally completed in July 1994, but completing the structure of the market is not all the same thing as having a genuine Single Market. This book explores the difficulties inherent in the concept of the Single Market in Insurance, as well as the practical difficulties of implementation. It looks to the future of the Single Market as well as at the present.
It should be of interest to lawyers studying law or EC law, as well as to economists and political scientists interested in the development of Project Europe.
1. Introduction. 2. The Treaty Provisions. 3. The Directives. 4. The System of Home Country Regulation. 5. Insurance Contract Law. 6. The Competition Law Aspects. 7. The Commission’s Review. 8. The Future.
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