Education and Culture in European Community Law

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Athlone Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Social Science - 219 pages

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Contents

The Development of Community Competence 001 I
3
A People s Europe ii
14
Specific Programmes
21
Comett
30
Lingua
36
A Right of Residence for Students
43
The Extension of Community Competence
51
The Concept of Vocational Training
66
Conclusion
94
A Conclusion
117
A Fresh Boost
137
Conclusions
156
A Conclusion
172
Table of European Communities Legislation
203
Index
217
Copyright

The Mutual Recognition of Qualifications
88

About the author (1995)

Joseph McMahon joined the School of Law as Professor of Commercial Law in October 2004, having previously been a member of staff at Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand, the University of Leicester and the Queen's University of Belfast. His research interests lie in the area of international
trade law and European Community law with particular emphasis on agriculture and food safety. Since the publication of his doctoral thesis European Trade Policy in Agricultural Products he has continued to publish in the area of agricultural policy. His most recent book in this area was published
by OUP in 2006 - The WTO Agreement on Agriculture. He has contributed to edited collections on the European Union, and on international trade issues, and has contributed articles on agriculture to leading European and International law journals.

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