08 Feb 2007

Economic Impact of Regulation in the Field of Liberal Professions in Different Member States

Iain Paterson / Marcel Fink / Anthony Ogus

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European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes (ENEPRI) Working Paper No. 52 / 416 pages

This study presents a comparison of the legislation, regulations and codes of practice governing the practice of a range of professional services across the member states of the European Union. The professions covered by the study are legal services (lawyers and notaries), accountancy services (accountants, auditors and tax advisors), technical services (architects and consulting engineers) as well as pharmacy services (community pharmacists).

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