The Impact of EU Legislation on the Marketing of Goods and Services in the European Union
This paper examines the major contribution made by the European Union (EU) to the regulation of marketing activities in the Single European Market. EU legislation is examined along eight dimensions in which marketing managers must make strategic decisions and which unite the firm in its attempt to deliver value to its customers. The argument put forward is that through careful examination of EU legislation and anticipation of incremental change in policy regimes, marketers within the European Union can gain a clearer understanding of their operational environments and establish a platform for more competitive marketing strategies.
Volume (Year): 6 (2003)
Issue (Month): 1-2 (May - November)
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