EU Harmonization of Private Law as Exemplified in South-East European Countries
Ukrainian Private Law and the European Area of Justice (Beiträge zum ausländischen und internationalen Privatrecht, 127), pp. 309-317, Eugenia Kurzynsky-Singer, Rainer Kulms, eds., Mohr Siebeck, 2019
11 Pages Posted: 6 Apr 2019 Last revised: 9 Apr 2019
The focus of the presentation is on those countries of South-East Europe which had been part of the socialist camp but later transitioned to a democratic system and a free-market economy.
The first part deals with the EU harmonization of company law in Bulgaria and Romania, and the second part with private international law reforms under the influence of the acquis communautaire in Albania, Bulgaria and in Yugoslav successor states. The paper highlights certain aspects based on the experience of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg with its South-East European partners.
Note: This contribution is published in the Max Planck Private Law Research Paper Series with the permission of the rights owner, Mohr Siebeck.
Keywords: South-East Europe, Max Planck Institute Hamburg, IRZ-Foundation, GIZ, EU harmonization, directives, regulations, company law, private international law, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Yugoslav successor states
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