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The Resource State Aid Uncovered - Critical Analysis of Developments in State Aid 2014

State Aid Uncovered - Critical Analysis of Developments in State Aid 2014

Label
State Aid Uncovered - Critical Analysis of Developments in State Aid 2014
Title
State Aid Uncovered - Critical Analysis of Developments in State Aid 2014
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
State aid law - A constantly evolving field that continued to be marked by new interpretations and applications in 2014. In this accessible and topical compilation, Phedon Nicolaides casts an critical eye on State aid rules and judgments from 2014. The book represents the first annual review of legal and policy developments of the preceding year and is made up of articles originally published on a weekly basis on Lexxion's StateAidHub.eu. The compilation is conveniently grouped into sixteen thematic chapters covering important issues such as "Selectivity," "Infrastructure Projects," or "Recover
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Nicolaides, Phedon
Dewey number
379.122
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Government aid to education
Label
State Aid Uncovered - Critical Analysis of Developments in State Aid 2014
Instantiates
Publication
Note
10.7 The First Application of the New GBER to Sport Infrastructure
Contents
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 1: Economic Activity; 1.1 Land Development; 1.2 Disposal of Dead Animals; 1.3 Commercial Transactions v Regulatory Acts; CHAPTER 2: State Resources; 2.1 Support of Green Electricity with and without Transfer of State Resources; 2.2 Electricity Levies and Public Service Compensation; CHAPTER 3: State Resources -- Imputability; 3.1 The Roles of EU Institutions on State aid; 3.2 State Aid Can Be Attributed to the State even when Granted through Faulty Internal Procedures; CHAPTER 4: Advantage
  • 4.1 More Favourable Conditions in other Member States do not Remove the Advantage from State Aid4.2 Advantage from either Low or High Entry Prices; 4.3 Reduction of Property Taxes; 4.4 Reduction of Electricity Tariffs; 4.5 Purchasing Agreements; 4.6 Compensatory Payments; 4.7 Sale of Public Assets; CHAPTER 5: Advantage -- Guarantees; 5.1 Unlimited Guarantees; 5.2 Guarantees Linked to other Measures; CHAPTER 6: Advantage -- Private Investor Principle; 6.1 The Importance of a Correct Framing of the Private Creditor and Private Investor Tests
  • 6.2 Capital Injection that Turns out to be Incompatible State Aid6.3 Benchmarks of Profitability of Private Investors; 6.4 The Profitability of an Investment Must be Determined Ex Ante ; 6.5 Simultaneity of Public and Private Investments is a Necessary but not Sufficient Condition for Public Investments to be Free of State Aid; 6.6 The Market Economy Investor Test Applied to a Financially Troubled Company; 6.7 Application of the Market Economy Investor Principle to a Company Processing Agricultural Products; CHAPTER 7: Selectivity
  • 7.1 Narrower Application than the Formal Scope of the Objective of a Public Measure7.2 Selectivity of Tax Measures64; 7.3 Tax Measures with Specific Objectives Can still Be General; 7.4 Avoidance of Double Taxation; CHAPTER 8: Selectivity -- Area of Jurisdiction; 8.1 Uniform Application within the Area of Jurisdiction74; 8.2 Measures by Sub-National Authorities; CHAPTER 9: Services of General Economic Interest; 9.1 The Perils of Ex Post Compensationof Public Services Obligations; 9.2 The Importance of Precise Definition of Public Service Obligations
  • 9.3 Price Discounts and Compensation for Public Service Obligations9.4 Levying Taxes to Fund Public Broadcasters; 9.5 Compliance with the Altmark Criteria is Very Difficult; 9.6 False Definition of SGEI: The Case of Horse Racing; CHAPTER 10: Infrastructure Projects; 10.1 Public Funding of Projects that Encounter Financial Problems; 10.2 Competitive Selection of Operators of Sports Infrastructure; 10.3 A JESSICA-Funded Public-Private Partnership; 10.4 Multiarena in Copenhagen; 10.5 Polish LNG Terminal; 10.6 Management of Port Infrastructure through a Very Long Concession Contract
Control code
ocn904207495
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (296 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783869652719
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)904207495
Label
State Aid Uncovered - Critical Analysis of Developments in State Aid 2014
Publication
Note
10.7 The First Application of the New GBER to Sport Infrastructure
Contents
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 1: Economic Activity; 1.1 Land Development; 1.2 Disposal of Dead Animals; 1.3 Commercial Transactions v Regulatory Acts; CHAPTER 2: State Resources; 2.1 Support of Green Electricity with and without Transfer of State Resources; 2.2 Electricity Levies and Public Service Compensation; CHAPTER 3: State Resources -- Imputability; 3.1 The Roles of EU Institutions on State aid; 3.2 State Aid Can Be Attributed to the State even when Granted through Faulty Internal Procedures; CHAPTER 4: Advantage
  • 4.1 More Favourable Conditions in other Member States do not Remove the Advantage from State Aid4.2 Advantage from either Low or High Entry Prices; 4.3 Reduction of Property Taxes; 4.4 Reduction of Electricity Tariffs; 4.5 Purchasing Agreements; 4.6 Compensatory Payments; 4.7 Sale of Public Assets; CHAPTER 5: Advantage -- Guarantees; 5.1 Unlimited Guarantees; 5.2 Guarantees Linked to other Measures; CHAPTER 6: Advantage -- Private Investor Principle; 6.1 The Importance of a Correct Framing of the Private Creditor and Private Investor Tests
  • 6.2 Capital Injection that Turns out to be Incompatible State Aid6.3 Benchmarks of Profitability of Private Investors; 6.4 The Profitability of an Investment Must be Determined Ex Ante ; 6.5 Simultaneity of Public and Private Investments is a Necessary but not Sufficient Condition for Public Investments to be Free of State Aid; 6.6 The Market Economy Investor Test Applied to a Financially Troubled Company; 6.7 Application of the Market Economy Investor Principle to a Company Processing Agricultural Products; CHAPTER 7: Selectivity
  • 7.1 Narrower Application than the Formal Scope of the Objective of a Public Measure7.2 Selectivity of Tax Measures64; 7.3 Tax Measures with Specific Objectives Can still Be General; 7.4 Avoidance of Double Taxation; CHAPTER 8: Selectivity -- Area of Jurisdiction; 8.1 Uniform Application within the Area of Jurisdiction74; 8.2 Measures by Sub-National Authorities; CHAPTER 9: Services of General Economic Interest; 9.1 The Perils of Ex Post Compensationof Public Services Obligations; 9.2 The Importance of Precise Definition of Public Service Obligations
  • 9.3 Price Discounts and Compensation for Public Service Obligations9.4 Levying Taxes to Fund Public Broadcasters; 9.5 Compliance with the Altmark Criteria is Very Difficult; 9.6 False Definition of SGEI: The Case of Horse Racing; CHAPTER 10: Infrastructure Projects; 10.1 Public Funding of Projects that Encounter Financial Problems; 10.2 Competitive Selection of Operators of Sports Infrastructure; 10.3 A JESSICA-Funded Public-Private Partnership; 10.4 Multiarena in Copenhagen; 10.5 Polish LNG Terminal; 10.6 Management of Port Infrastructure through a Very Long Concession Contract
Control code
ocn904207495
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (296 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783869652719
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)904207495

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