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Barriers and restrictions of the EAEU single services market in the research and development sector
Abstract.The subject of this research is the regulations of the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union and its protocols pertinent to the conditions for acknowledging the functionality of the single services market on any sector. Attention is given to the categories of “barrier” and “restriction” applicable to functionality of the single services market, the definitions of which are absent in the law of the Union. The existence of such obstacles in certain cases can create discrimination of the EAEU member-states, and thus destroy the single services market. The author also meticulously review the sector of services in research and development, in which the operation of the single services market is recognized by the Supreme Eurasian Council. The article analyzes the separate positions of national legislations of the EAEU member-states that regulate the rendition of services in the indicated sphere, concerning the identification of possible barriers and restrictions. A conclusion is made on the need for continuing the harmonization of national legislations on research and development sector, as well as monitoring of the changes introduced by the forming law enforcement practice. The author underlines the need for development of the Union’s law regarding the determination of signs of inadmissible barriers and limitations, as well as formulation and regulation of mechanisms on their removal.
Keywords: integration, single market, liberalization of market, scientific research activity, EAEU, harmonization of legislation, Eurasian Economic Union, barrier, integration association, restriction
Article was received:07-09-2018
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