Reference : Soft law v době pandemie COVID-19: Efektivita namísto legitimity?
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Soft law v době pandemie COVID-19: Efektivita namísto legitimity?
[en] Soft law during the COVID-19 pandemic: Efficiency instead of legitimacy?
Hubkova, Pavlina mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Department of Law (DL) >]
COFOLA 2021 Sborník příspěvků mladých právníků, doktorandů a právních vědců. Část 4
[en] COFOLA 2021 Conference proceedings of articles by junior lawyers, doctoral candidates and legal scholars. Part 4
Janovec, Michal
Malý, Jan
Šíp, Josef
Pohl, Jakub
Zahradníčková, Marika
Masarykova univerzita
Czech Republic
from 22-04-2021 to 23-04-2021
Masaryk University
Czech Republic
[en] soft law ; COVID-19 pandemic ; legitimacy
[en] Abstract
The COVID-19 pandemic gave rise to a wave of adoption of soft law
at EU level. As a regulatory tool, soft law is associated with greater efficiency, because it can be adopted without the necessity to respect complex
procedural rules. In addition, it is not binding and it leaves it to its addressees to adapt according to their needs and possibilities. On the other hand,
it raises questions about legitimacy, competences and control. The paper
identifies the problematic aspects of EU soft law and explains why the current crisis represents an opportunity to address them.
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students
FnR ; FNR12251371 > Joana Mendes > DTU-REMS-II > Enforcement In Multi-level Regulatory Systems > 01/01/2019 > 30/06/2025 > 2017

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