If the measures covered in the agreement create an operational difficulty for the United States of America and one or more Member States, these difficulties should, as far as possible, be resolved through consultations between the Member State or the Member States concerned and the United States of America or, if necessary, by the consultation procedures provided in the agreement. If it is not possible to deal with such operational difficulties alone through consultations, it would be compatible with the agreement on future bilateral agreements between a Member State and the United States of America to establish an alternative operational mechanism that would meet the objectives of the specific provision for which the difficulty has arisen. 2009/820/PESC decision of the Council of 23 October 2009 on the conclusion, on behalf of the European Union, the extradition agreement between the European Union and the United States of America and the mutual legal aid agreement between the European Union and the United States of America (OJ L 199 of 19.12.2009, p. 1). The contracting parties undertake to improve cooperation and mutual legal assistance in accordance with the provisions of this agreement. Markets are an example of a paradigm of a self-generating or spontaneous social order (Hayek 1973, p. 37), i.e. social arrangements in which participants` activities are spontaneously coordinated, through mutual adaptation or adaptation of separate decision-makers, without conscious and central direction. In this sense, the market order “as a particular type of social structure” (Swedberg 1994, p. 255) may be confronted with the deliberate and centralized coordination of activities within companies or organizations, i.e. within social entities such as “family, factory, factory, business, business, business and various associations, as well as all public institutions, including governments” (1973, p. One of the central themes of F. A.
Hayek`s work is that the distinction between the “two types of order” (Hayek 1973, p. 46), the market and the organization (Vanberg 1982) is fundamental to an adequate understanding of the nature of social phenomena in general and market order in particular.