Mutual Recognition of Regulatory Regimes: Some Lessons and Prospects
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- Bryane Michael, 2004. "What Does the UN Convention on Corruption Teach Us About International Regulatory Harmonisation?," Macroeconomics 0406004, University Library of Munich, Germany.
- Tanja A. BÃ¶rzel, 2011. "Move Closer! New Modes of Governance and Accession to the European Union," Working Papers of the Vienna Institute for European integration research (EIF) 1, Institute for European integration research (EIF).
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Keywordseconomic law; economic integration; economics; European Commission; European Court of Justice; harmonisation; history; integration theory; law; liberalization; non-discrimination; political science; protectionism; regulations; regulatory competition; regulatory politics; Single Market; supranationalism; trade policy;
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