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This section of the book titled Multilevel Regulation and the EU: The Interplay between Global, European and National Normative Processes contains a note on contributors. The book starts out from the finding that international regulatory processes are having an ever-increasing impact on European and national regulatory activities. It aims to contribute to this debate by examining and reflecting upon the extent to which the EU and its Member States are confronted with "international regulation" by international organisations and bodies. Moreover, as both the EU (as a crucial level between the international and national legal orders) and national regulatory activities become increasingly dependent on rules enacted by international organisations and bodies operating on a global level, the contributions in the book highlights how the classical mechanisms for ensuring accountability, legitimacy and the protection of human rights may need to be amended.

Keywords:European law; legitimacy; multilevel regulation



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