[automatically translated] For as crystallized in the founding Treaties, the 'fundamental freedoms' of the European Union (freedom of movement of goods, services, people, capital) are formally addressed only in respect of Member States, in their implementation in relation to the promotion and the maintenance of an adequate level of competition in the single market. From the analysis of the Court of Justice case law, however, can be seen as the concrete application scope of these rules is often extends beyond the simple vertical relationship between European law and individual states, resulting instead in an economic public policy rule immediately mandatory, relevant level horizontal in relations between individuals, and capable of conformarne content.
|Title of host publication||Le «libertà fondamentali» dell’Unione europea e il diritto privato|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Name||Studies in Law & Social Sciences|