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POLITIKA KONKURENCIJE EVROPSKE UNIJE I USLUGE OD OPŠTEG EKONOMSKOG INTERESA

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Autor ovog članka se rukovodi sa dva različita me­toda. Prvi od njih je pozitivno-pravni metod koji je namenjen analizi pozitivnih pravila u pravu konkurencije EU u oblasti usluga od opšteg ekonomskog interesa (SGEIs). Drugi od njih je pravno-logički metod indukcije i dedukcije, koji je primenjen u rešavanju mnogih pravnih i logičkih problema u vezi sa uslugama od opšteg ekonomskog interesa. Mnoga pitanja se javljaju kada govorimo o SGEIs: kako se definišu usluge od opšteg ekonomskog interesa, kada će se aktivnost okvalifikovati kao ekonomska za potrebe konkurentskih pravila, kada je aktivnost neekonomska, mogu li pravila Ugovora o državnoj pomoći da se primene na operatore usluga neprofitnog karaktera i tako dalje. Odluka u slučaju Altmark ustanovljava neke vodeće principe, ali mi smatramo da je poželjan dalji razvoj u pogledu definicije usluga od opšteg ekonomskog interesa.

 

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PERIODIKA Politička revija 3/2010 УДК: 339.137.2:338.246.027(4-672EU) 289-310
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