- How does EU law try to ensure better implementation of EU policies, particularly at national level?
- To what extent do EU Member States reorganise the ways in which they implement public policies under European influence? How far are their administrative laws and regulations impacted thereby?
- How (much) do EU Member States try to borrow, imitate or avoid practices developed in other
- Do they innovate or do they replicate models previously tested elsewhere in Europe?
- Are there general trends that could be pinpointed? Or are there resistances that can be observed?
This workshop will focus on how convergence and differentiation contribute to shape the law regulating the European administrative space, in general or in specific policy areas (e.g. competition, energy, environment, health policy, food, mobility etc.). Papers that address one or more of these questions will be considered, preferably if they do so in a comparative perspective. Papers that adopt a historical perspective or are more interdisciplinary in nature are also welcome.ProgrammeUp to 12 selected participants will take part in a research workshop providing a forum for discussion with fellow early career researchers and senior academics with expertise in EU law and comparative public law. The workshop will take place on Friday 14 February 2020, at the Université libre de Bruxelles (Brussels).Confirmed participants include: Pr. J.-B. Auby (Paris), Pr. M. Eliantonio (Maastricht), Pr. K.-P. Sommermann (Speyer – Visiting Professor ULB/MSH), Dr. Y. Marique (Essex/Speyer), Pr. E. Slautsky (Brussels) and Pr. A. Young (Cambridge).Participants to the workshop are also invited to attend Pr. Alison Young’s inaugural Ganshof van der Meersch lecture on Thursday 13 February 2020 at the Université libre de
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