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    The European Commission One of the original European institutions is the Commission. Though it was one of the originals, the institution has tremendously changed from what it used to be when the European integration first began. The Commission is a supranational body responsible for legislation proposals and policy implementation. It continues to work toward a more democratic European Union every day with the new legislations and laws that it passes. In this paper I will establish why I believe

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    Abstract: The Corruption Scandal of the European Commission and its possible effects on the institutional balance and the question of legitimacy I. Defining Corruption The first chapter is an attempt to define corruption. It is important to divide overlapping and complicated terms such as corruption, scandal and fraud. Corruption is defined as an illegal transaction, where both actors benefit from their special position in the market or the government. Scandal is the public reaction to allegations

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    causing avoidable distress, fear and other forms of suffering to the animal has led European Union (EU) to adopt a Regulation to impose a total ban on the trade in seal products in the EU market. This regulation applies to seal products that are produced in the EU as well as to imported products from other countries. The Regulation purposed to ensure that there are no products derived from seals found on the European market. The Regulation was published in the Official Journal on 31 October 2009, entering

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    Europe. This purchase would have made Volvo the largest European manufacturer of heavy trucks as well as the second largest bus manufacturer in Europe and should prepare Volvo for an expansion to the new eastern european markets. The European Economic Commission (hereafter EEC) however came to the conclusion that such a concentration would impose an unreasonable burden on heavy duty truck and bus consumers, especially in the Northern European countries Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Ireland

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    leading manufacturer of airplane engines and Honeywell is a leading producer of avionic systems (such as engine starters). It was a stand out merger as it was the first time a merger between two US companies had been solely derailed by the European anti-trust Commission (EC), after having been cleared by the US Department of Justice (DoJ). The EC’s rational to block the merger was based on two main arguments that point toward dominance and an “incompatibility with the common market”. There was an incentive

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    Extra Credit Assignment

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    security should make safe use of computer and respect of others an instinctive behavior. While writing about this paper, I decided to turn my research to europe, to see how european country are establishing a culture of security through their educational curriculum. What mostly sparked my interest is a report written by the european comission that explains how education on Online Safety (OS) is included in the school curriculum in 24 countries/regions. The Online Safety is a synonym of culture of security

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    The European Union is an economic and political union of 28 countries that are located mainly in the continent of Europe and comprises a total population of 505.665.000 people. The EU has ensured the free movement of people, goods and services between countries in order to enhance home affairs, maintain trade and develop a single market. All countries in the European Union retain some power to handle themselves, although there are other areas where the EU has exclusive competence such as common

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    Since 1991, the European Union (EU) and Japan have held bilateral summits annually . The latest one took place in May 2014 in Brussels, attended by the President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. However, the puzzling observation is that, despite the continuation of these annual bilateral summits, the EU-Japan relations have been often criticized by scholars for not achieving substantial cooperation

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    resist the influence of the corporations. Mergers also lead to a decrease in competition in a market, this means higher prices and less choises for consumers. The European Union is trying to prevent that companies become too powerfull and that is why firms who seek to raise their profits through merger, must attain European commissions (EC) approval. In this paper I will focus on the Volvo/Scania merger case. Firstly I will explain what is merger, the benefits of firms to conduct merger and the

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    Moral and Ethical Issues in Gene Therapy

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    ethical issues and ideas that should be followed in the field in order to keep research safe and valid. In an article titled “The Ethical Implications of Gene Therapy” the group of advisers on Ethical Implications of Biotechnology of the European commission states issues and rules that should be abided by, along with beliefs on the direction of biotechnology. At its present stage, biotechnology focuses on serious diseases which are incurable at the moment, however through this research treatment

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