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Private Participation in the Control of Public Spending - The Multi-Level Subsidy Regimes

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  • Herwig Hofmann

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This paper presents a brief outline of conditions and possibilities for the involvement of private actors in the multi-level system of subsidies regulation. Although the mechanisms for control and coordination differ on each regulatory level - the international, supranational, national and sub-national - all levels use private involvement to solve steering problems common in the control of subsidies. The paper takes the view that granting private parties substantial and procedural rights in the procedure is beneficial to the public for reasons of steering and control of subsidies. On the basis of an intra-level comparison, the paper points out administrative structures and procedural provisions, which enable private parties to have a meaningful involvement in the regulation of subsidies

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  • Herwig Hofmann, 2003. "Private Participation in the Control of Public Spending - The Multi-Level Subsidy Regimes," The Institute for International Integration Studies Discussion Paper Series iiisdp012, IIIS.
  • Handle: RePEc:iis:dispap:iiisdp012
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    1. Nicole Grmelová, 2015. "Access of Individuals to the Action for Failure to Act before the Tribunal of the Court of Justice of the European Union [Přístup jednotlivců k žalobě pro nečinnost před Tribunálem Soudního dvora E," Současná Evropa, Prague University of Economics and Business, vol. 2015(2), pages 53-64.

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    Law; EC; WTO; Subsidies; State Aid; Governance; Private Parties.;
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