Impact of the EC single market on the relations between the EC and Korea
Author(s)Maeng, Sung Kyu
Contributor(s)Janda, Richard A. (advisor)
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AbstractAt present European air transport is undergoing radical changes as a result of the liberalization measures taken by the European Community. The traditional system, characterized by nationalism, protectionism, and bilateralism, which prevented true competition and protected national carriers, has broken up. The creation of a common air transport policy for the Community has important implications for relationships between Member States and third countries.
The world airline industry is very much concerned by the emergence of a series of new principles and laws affecting the international air transport of third countries, such as the principle of non-discrimination, freedom of establishment, freedom of services, and EC competition law. Korea, which has fewer bargaining tools to attract the EC air carriers, must understand correctly the present changes in the air transport field of the EC and try to seek its own possible strategies.
TypeElectronic Thesis or Dissertation