Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1993

Abstract

The idea behind bringing together these papers on harmonization in three such distinct fields as contract, copyright and telecommunications, and securities law must be that they may have something to tell us generally about the processes of harmonization in European private law. Each paper tells a story fascinating in its own right, but whether they in fact add up to something more, with implications for private law harmonization as a whole, is the question I naturally want to take up in this commentary.

Disciplines

Communications Law | Contracts | European Law | Intellectual Property Law | Law

Center/Program

European Legal Studies Center

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