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Multilevel Regulation and the EU: a Brief Introduction

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This is the introductory chapter of the book, which starts out from the finding that international regulatory processes are having an ever-increasing impact on European and national regulatory activities. In the light of the considerations set out above, the contributors to the book look beyond the EU and take the influence of other international organisations or global regulatory forums/regimes into account. The first part of the book embarks on a general exploration and sets out the development of a research agenda regarding the phenomenon of multilevel regulation. The second part, "mapping the unmappable", provides a number of case studies as - obviously non-exhaustive - examples of the phenomenon of multilevel regulation and the problems it entails. The third part of the book deals with the implications of multilevel regulation for human rights, judicial control and the rule of law.

Keywords:global regulatory forums; judicial control; multilevel regulation



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