L’interrégulation

Gabriel Eckert, Jean-Philippe Kovar

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Inter-regulation is a set of legal procedures for organising relations between public authorities in charge of regulating, controlling or supervising one or more sectors of economic activity. It is justified by the gradual decompartmentalisation of the regulated sectors (banking, finance, insurance, electronic and audiovisual communications, gas, electricity and rail transport) which are converging in line with technological and financial developments, and by the diversification of operators on these markets whose activities go beyond the national framework under the dual effect of European integration and economic globalisation.

This collective work studies interregulation in its transdisciplinary, cross-sectoral and transnational dimensions. It considers the relationship between competition authorities - sometimes presented as general regulators - and sector regulators, as well as the interactions between regulators from different sectors or countries.

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  • University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

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Stéphane Rodrigues, L’interrégulation, September 2015, Concurrences N° 3-2015, Art. N° 74844, p. 245

Publisher L’Harmattan

Date 1 February 2015

Number of pages 244

ISBN 978-2-343-05672-2

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