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The legitimacy of standardisation as a regulatory technique : a cross-disciplinary and multi-level analysis

Author: Mariolina Eliantonio; C Cauffman
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, [2020]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This timely book examines the field of European and global standardisation, showing how standards give rise to a multitude of different legal questions. It explores diverse topics in regulation such as food safety, accounting, telecommunications and medical devices. Each chapter offers in-depth analysis of a number of key policy areas. These multi-disciplinary contributions go beyond the field of law, and provide  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Legitimacy of standardisation as a regulatory technique.
Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, [ 2020]
(OCoLC)1149655172
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mariolina Eliantonio; C Cauffman
ISBN: 1789902959 9781789902952
OCLC Number: 1160205785
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: The legitimacy of standardisation as regulatory technique in the EU : a cross-sector and multi-level analysis : an introduction / Mariolina Eliantonio and Caroline Cauffman --
Part I. Horizontal questions --
Towards a more holistic legitimacy approach to technical standardisation in the EU / Linda Senden --
Regulating by request : on the role and status of the 'standardisation mandate' under the new approach / Pierluigi Cuccuru --
Competition law as a tool to ensure the legitimacy of standard-setting by European standardisation organizations? / Caroline Cauffman and Marie Gérardy --
The contradictory approach of the CJEU to the judicial review of standards : a love-hate relationship? / Annalisa Volpato and Mariolina Eliantonio --
The impact of the legitimacy of European standards on their application in private law : a case study on professional standards in the medical sector / Barend van Leeuwen --
Deficient standards by European standardisation organisations : between state liability and tort liability / Carola Glinski and Peter Rott --
Standardisation from a law and economics perspective / Michael Faure and Niels Philipsen --
Part II. Standardisation in specific policy fields --
The legitimacy of banking and financial standards : representation, due process and regulatory capture / Maurizia De Bellis --
Standards on the rise in procurement procedures : are legitimacy concerns justified? / Sarah Schoenmaekers --
The legitimacy of standardisation as a regulatory technique in telecommunications / Marta Cantero Gamito --
Global food safety regulation and the interplay between global standards and WTO law : how to close the legitimacy gap? / Dario Bevilacqua --
Standardisation of health products in search of legitimacy : rethinking judicial review? / Sabrina Röettger-Wirtz.
Other Titles: Legitimacy of standardization as a regulatory technique
Responsibility: edited by Mariolina Eliantonio and Caroline Cauffman.

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"This timely book examines the field of European and global standardisation, showing how standards give rise to a multitude of different legal questions. It explores diverse topics in regulation such as food safety, accounting, telecommunications and medical devices. Each chapter offers in-depth analysis of a number of key policy areas. These multi-disciplinary contributions go beyond the field of law, and provide cross-disciplinary comparisons."

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