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Multilevel Economic Regulation and the EC Protection of Fundamental Rights

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Increasingly, economic actors are being confronted with regulatory rules that find their origin in decisions of international organizations or bodies operating on a regional or global level. For two reasons, it is interesting to examine the impact of multilevel economic regulation on fundamental rights protection from the perspective of European Community law. First of all, a very advanced form of economic cooperation has been established within the European Commission (EC). In the second place, there is a two-fold, multilevel dimension to the issue of fundamental rights protection in the context of European economic regulation. The EU Charter is clearly inspired by the European Council of Human rights (ECHR).

Keywords:European Commission (EC) protection; European Council of Human rights (ECHR); multilevel economic regulation



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