Regulatory Competition in the Single Market
AbstractAlthough regulatory competition has been hailed in some quarters as a superior alternative to Council-driven harmonization, little empirical investigation has been carried out to demonstrate how regulatory competition might work in actual EC practice, and therefore whether its expected benefits will, in fact, materialize. Copyright 1995 BPL.
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