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The Phenomenon of Multilevel Regulation: Interactions between Global, EU and National Regulatory Spheres towards a Research Agenda

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From a legal perspective, the interactions between global, European and national regulatory spheres lead to what one could refer to as the phenomenon of "multilevel regulation". This chapter examines two questions: what are indications of interactions between normative processes at global, European and national level11; and what consequences do these interactions have for the research agenda related to the further development of the global and European legal order? The chapter attempts to map and further define the phenomenon of multilevel regulation. This is followed by an analysis of the responses from the legal community to this phenomenon. The international legal system is formed on the basis of legally autonomous national legal orders, which are in principle exclusively competent to create, implement and enforce legal norms.

Keywords:Interactions; legal community; multilevel regulation; national regulatory spheres



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