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This front matter section of the book Market Supervision in the European Union: Integrated Administration in Constitutional Context contains the Table of Contents, Table of cases, Acknowledgements and a Summary. The book conceptualises the enhancement of supranational market supervision mechanisms across different market segments and highlights the impact of such enhancement on traditional understandings of EU integrated administration. To that extent, the book contextualises the development of new market supervision mechanisms as the operationalisation of well-known open-textured EU competence conferral rules and principles. Competence conferral rules and principles in that interpretation particularly serve to promote and sustain a 'reflexive regulatory coopetition' image of integrated market supervision. The 'constitutionalised' operational support framework seeks to overcome legitimacy deficits underlying the classical image of integrated administration image by projecting an 'enhanced administrative solidarity' image on Member States' legal orders.

Keywords: competence conferral rules; European Union; legitimacy; market supervision mechanisms; reflexive regulatory coopetition; supranational market

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