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Childcare and (Equal) Competition

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/ESTAL/2012/3/299

Karsten Naundrup Olesen


This article analyses the question of applying State aid rules to the market for day-care centres in Denmark, an interesting example of a complicated market featuring both public and private players, and an area in which competition between – or interaction of – national rules and EU law is a topical issue.  I. Introduction In Denmark, municipal authorities must ensure an effective access to day-care and leisure-time facilities for all children and young peopl

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