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La política de la competencia versus la política social y de empleo en la UE /The Competition Policy versus the Social and Employment Policy in the EU

  • RODRÍGUEZ MIGUEZ, JOSÉ ANTONIO

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    (Secretario General del Tribunal Gallego de Defensa de la Competencia.)

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    El objeto del presente trabajo, dentro de un número monográfico dedicado a la Política Social Comunitaria, es ofrecer una visión diferente de la que tradicionalmente se ha asignado a las relaciones entre la Política Social y de Empleo y la de la Competencia, que tradicionalmente han sido vistas como antagónicas. Frente a esta consideración, percibida por muchos operadores económicos, trataremos de poner en evidencia la complementariedad de ambas, pues la Política de la Competencia, tiene una fundamental dimensión social en la medida en que promueve la eficiencia de las empresas y la mejor asignación de recursos públicos, estimulando el progreso económico y el bienestar de trabajadores y consumidores... The object of the present work, inside a monographic number dedicated to the Social Community Politicy, is to offer a vision different from the one that traditionally has been assigned to the relations between the Social and Employment Policy and that of the Competition, which traditionally have been seen like antagonistic. Opposite to this consideration perceived by many economic operators, we will try to put in evidence the complementarily of both, since the Competition Policy has a fundamental social dimension in the measure in which it promotes the efficiency of the companies and the best assignment of public resources, stimulating the economic progress and the well-being of workers and consumers.

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    Volume (Year): 27 (2009)
    Issue (Month): (Diciembre)
    Pages: 699-722

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