Emanation of the State

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Emanation of the State - (noun)


These are public-sector employers. They include the government, local authorities, health authorities and the place.


Source: Adapted from EuroFound
Example of Use: The doctrine of the (‘vertical’) direct effect of EU law, including Treaty provisions and directives, allows employees, employers and their organisations to claim rights affecting their employment and industrial relations against the state or ‘emanations of the state’.