Reference : The Integration of Global Standards into the EU as a ‘regulatory Union’
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The Integration of Global Standards into the EU as a ‘regulatory Union’
Hofmann, Herwig mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Department of Law (DL) >]
Global Standards and EU Law
Eliantonio, Mariolina mailto
Volpato, Analisa mailto
Edward Elgar Publishing
[en] Standards ; EU ; international
[en] Standards set by bodies outside of the institutional architecture of the EU enter into the EU legal system and may influence EU decision making procedures by pathways including legislative references and delegation of powers to standardisation bodies as well as the use of principles developed in the CJEU case law. The great diversity of types of standards, their origin the procedure by which they have been established as well as their – often hidden - ‘entry-points’ into EU law raises multiple issues of legality requiring also some critical reflection of issues of legitimacy not least due to the powerful role that standards play in regulating EU policies.
FnR ; FNR13559560 > Herwig Hofmann > INDIGO > Information In The Eu’S Digitalised Governance > 01/11/2020 > 31/10/2023 > 2020

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