Les analyses économiques de la concurrence juridique : un outil pour la modélisation du droit européen ?
The article presents the main contributions of the economic analyses of regulatory competition and emphasizes the numerous analogies between the notion of competition in the market for goods and services and the “market” for legal rules. It then questions the relevance of the economic analyses of regulatory competition with regard to European law and the process of designing the UE legal system. It also attempts to determine the framework in which regulatory competition actually occurs before, finally, suggesting that the economic analyses of regulatory competition be included within a broader analysis of European law and the law-making process in Europe.
Volume (Year): t.XXV (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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