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The Law and Policy of Harmonisation in Europe’s Internal Market

The Law and Policy of Harmonisation in Europe’s Internal Market
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This innovative book explores the constitutional compromise between the European Union's legislative competence and member states' regulatory autonomy, and analyses the reconciliation of economic integration and welfare protection within the European internal market. It does so through the original lens of article 114 TFEU, the law-making clause underlying the European harmonisation process. Focusing on a critical law-making provision and the controversial derogation mechanism contained therein, the book discusses contemporary, universally fundamental topics, such as risk assessment and related responsibility allocation within the constraints of complex legal frameworks, the preservation of regional regulatory autonomy against the background of centralised legislative norms, and the interaction of economic integration with policy interests like consumer, environmental and health protection.Highlighting the collaborative rather than adversarial value of national deviations from common European measures, the study not only complements the literature available on 'negative integration' of the internal market, but also challenges traditionally accepted axioms, revealing opportunities for risk prevention and legitimacy enhancement stemming from diverse European and national regulatory standards. This detailed book will appeal to academics, practitioners, students, domestic and European judges, policy-makers and officials working within the European Union and government representatives of individual member states.
Edward Elgar Publishing; April 2013
224 pages; ISBN 9781781004142
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1781004145
9781781004135
9781781004142