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Selskabsret

01-02-2018

Den europæiske selskabsret er til dels kodificeret i direktiv (EU) 2017/1132 for så vidt angår visse aspekter, og medlemsstaterne fortsætter med at følge deres nationale selskabslovgivning, som af og til bliver ændret for at sikre overensstemmelse med EU-direktiver og -forordninger. De igangværende bestræbelser for at skabe en moderne og effektiv selskabsret og en ramme for virksomhedsledelse rettet mod europæiske virksomheder, investorer og ansatte sigter på at forbedre erhvervsklimaet i EU.

Den europæiske selskabsret er til dels kodificeret i direktiv (EU) 2017/1132 for så vidt angår visse aspekter, og medlemsstaterne fortsætter med at følge deres nationale selskabslovgivning, som af og til bliver ændret for at sikre overensstemmelse med EU-direktiver og -forordninger. De igangværende bestræbelser for at skabe en moderne og effektiv selskabsret og en ramme for virksomhedsledelse rettet mod europæiske virksomheder, investorer og ansatte sigter på at forbedre erhvervsklimaet i EU.

Social Economy

16-05-2016

This study assesses the important role the social economy plays in the EU. Priority policies identified to reach its full potential include: 1) digital transformation of social economy, 2) enabling EU cross-sectorial regulatory and financial frameworks, and 3) improving definitions and developing indicators - alternatives to GDP - to focus policies on EU added-value. This document has been commissioned by Policy Department A on behalf of European Parliament´s Committee on the Internal Market and ...

This study assesses the important role the social economy plays in the EU. Priority policies identified to reach its full potential include: 1) digital transformation of social economy, 2) enabling EU cross-sectorial regulatory and financial frameworks, and 3) improving definitions and developing indicators - alternatives to GDP - to focus policies on EU added-value. This document has been commissioned by Policy Department A on behalf of European Parliament´s Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection.

Cross-Border Volunteering: Cost of Non-Europe Report

15-07-2015

The study examines the legal, administrative and other barriers to cross-border volunteering which prevent it from achieving its full potential. Those barriers include uncertainty and the risk of forfeiting social security benefits, the unclear framework for obtaining residence permits in some host countries, the lack of clear procedures for the recognition of the skills and competences gained through volunteering, the lack of positive action and information on volunteering opportunities, and insufficient ...

The study examines the legal, administrative and other barriers to cross-border volunteering which prevent it from achieving its full potential. Those barriers include uncertainty and the risk of forfeiting social security benefits, the unclear framework for obtaining residence permits in some host countries, the lack of clear procedures for the recognition of the skills and competences gained through volunteering, the lack of positive action and information on volunteering opportunities, and insufficient preparation and training for volunteers. The cost associated with the barriers to cross border volunteering is estimated at 65 million euro per year, increasing the positive economic benefit by a third mainly through the removal of administrative barriers. While the cost of non-action, in political and economic terms, is relatively modest, stronger EU action would increase its visibility, its socioeconomic contribution and foster increased participation in cross-border volunteering. Please click here for the full publication in PDF format  

Ekstern forfatter

Annex I of this study has been written by Levent Altan, Vanessa Leigh, Jelena Milovanovic, Nienke Van Der Burgt (legal/policy analysis) and Guillermo Hernández, Sandra Planes and Gijs Nolet (cost assessment), at the request of the European Added Value Unit of the Directorate for Impact Assessment and European Added Value, within the Directorate General for Parliamentary Research Service of the European Parliament. The study was supported by a panel of senior experts: Gabriella Civico (European Volunteer Centre); Robert Leigh (Senior Consultant, United Nations Volunteers (UNV)); Eberhard Lueder (Red Cross EU Office) and Alix Masson (European Youth Forum). Piotr Sadowski (CSV and Volonteurope) carried out the peer review.

Statute for a European mutual society

07-03-2013

In the context of the economic crisis, mutual societies could have a positive impact in the Union's economy by providing added social value to more than 160 million European citizens. Parliament is to vote to request the Commission to make a legislative proposal concerning a Statute for a European mutual society, including in particular democratic rules for governance.

In the context of the economic crisis, mutual societies could have a positive impact in the Union's economy by providing added social value to more than 160 million European citizens. Parliament is to vote to request the Commission to make a legislative proposal concerning a Statute for a European mutual society, including in particular democratic rules for governance.

Life in Cross-Border Situations in the EU - A Comparative Study on Civil Status (Study + 9 Tomes of Country Reports)

15-02-2013

Starting from a comparative analysis of civil status rules in nine different legal systems (Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Scotland, Slovenia, Sweden and the Netherlands), with a view on European and international legislation and case law, this study identifies practical difficulties encountered by EU citizens exercising their rights when moving across Europe. The study also recommends possible solutions to be found at EU level and within the EU competence to facilitate citizens' lives ...

Starting from a comparative analysis of civil status rules in nine different legal systems (Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Scotland, Slovenia, Sweden and the Netherlands), with a view on European and international legislation and case law, this study identifies practical difficulties encountered by EU citizens exercising their rights when moving across Europe. The study also recommends possible solutions to be found at EU level and within the EU competence to facilitate citizens' lives.

Ekstern forfatter

Mariolina Eliantonio, Silvia Brunello and Hanno von Freyhold

A Statute for European Mutual Societies: European Added Value Assessment

15-01-2013

This European Added Value assessment aims at pointing out the main benefits of a statute for a European mutual society from a social, economic and legal perspective. It is calculated that today mutual societies provide healthcare and social services to 230 million European citizens and represent about 180 billion euros in insurance premiums. Almost 70% of the total number of insurance companies in Europe are mutual societies. There is a nearly unanimous agreement among stakeholders that a statute ...

This European Added Value assessment aims at pointing out the main benefits of a statute for a European mutual society from a social, economic and legal perspective. It is calculated that today mutual societies provide healthcare and social services to 230 million European citizens and represent about 180 billion euros in insurance premiums. Almost 70% of the total number of insurance companies in Europe are mutual societies. There is a nearly unanimous agreement among stakeholders that a statute for European mutuals would increase the visibility and the recognition of mutual societies at European level and would unfold for them the advantages of the internal market.

Civil status documents - challenges for civil registrars to circumvent problems stemming from the legal voidg

15-11-2012

Since the regulation of the civil status area differs between Member States, EU citizens encounter many problems settling their legally obtained civil status in another Member State. This leads to discrimination, hinders the free movement of persons within the EU and prevents EU citizens from exercising this right as well as the right of residence in the territory of Member States. The solution to these problems is not complicated; however, it depends on the motivation of Member States.

Since the regulation of the civil status area differs between Member States, EU citizens encounter many problems settling their legally obtained civil status in another Member State. This leads to discrimination, hinders the free movement of persons within the EU and prevents EU citizens from exercising this right as well as the right of residence in the territory of Member States. The solution to these problems is not complicated; however, it depends on the motivation of Member States.

Ekstern forfatter

Dr. Bojana Zadravec, Vice-President of the European Association of Registrars

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