The future of sports law in the european union beyond the eu reform treaty and the white paper editor roger blanpain guest editors michele colucci frank hendrickx contributors ivo belet et al series title bulletin of comparative labour relations 66 imprint austin tex wolters kluwer law business alphen aan den rijn the netherlands kluwer law international . On the one hand sport represents 4 of the gdp of the european union on the other there are in the eu more than 800000 sport clubs with more than 70 million members in numerous ways the former depends on the latter giving rise to a plethora of subtle tensions for decades the eu institutions have struggled with the legal issues that arise from these tensions and the debate has come to . So far the eus involvement in sport policy has revolved around its economic aspects but with the entry into force of the lisbon treaty on 1 december 2009 europe now has a legal base to . The future of sports law in the european union beyond the eu reform treaty and the white paper r blanpain michele colucci frank hendrickx ivo belet home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you advanced . Declaration on sport number 29 annexed to the treaty of amsterdam amending the treaty on european union the treaties establishing the european communities and certain related acts the helsinki report on sport report from the commission to the european council with a view to safeguarding current sports structures and maintaining the social function of sport within the community framework
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