"Affirmative Action" in the United States, "Positive Action" in Europe. Although Europeans and Americans have both enacted laws to prevent discrimination based on gender, the differences have been in more than just name. In this introduction to "positive action" law, the authors provide an overview of the European Court of Justice, the European Free Trade Association Court, and how disputes over positive action are resolved in Europe. The authors then conclude with a discussion of a representative positive action case.
Thomas Trelogan, Steve Mazurana, and Paul Hodapp,
The European Free Trade Association Court and Positive Action,
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