CONFERENCE - CAEN - PUBLIC SPHERE IN COMPETITION LAW - ROUNDTABLE 3 - ADMINISTRATION

Redefinition of the borders of the Administration (Dimensions of public sphere in competition law, Caen, 3 October 2014)

The third and final session proposes to examine the borders of the Administration in its functions of public service (Mr. Ziani), public power (Pr. Saillant) and state regulator (Pr. Delzangles) in order to understand if the state pattern is redrawn as a result of competition law.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Services of general interest: An overall category of an economic right Salim Ziani [1] Doctor of Public Law, University of Strasbourg 1. If one approaches the question of the public sphere at the same time as that of the general interest, it is highly likely that the French jurist automatically refers, by reflex, to public service, this "cornerstone of administrative law" which governs the direct or indirect intervention of public [2]persons. However, in European Union law and more specifically in European competition law, the question of general interest is a cornerstone [3], but the reference to what would be "public" is rarer or somewhat ignored [4].

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Hubert Delzangles, Salim Ziani, Élodie Saillant-Maraghni, Redefinition of the borders of the Administration (Dimensions of public sphere in competition law, Caen, 3 October 2014), January 2015, Concurrences N° 1-2015, Art. N° 71643, www.concurrences.com

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