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The Single European Regulatory Space

Aims: The European regulatory space has been expanding rapidly since the 1990s, and the idea of the single market is increasingly assessed against the idea and emergence of a Single European Regulatory Space (SERS). The single European market and the single European regulatory space are a moving target. Both markets and regulatory regimes in Europe are split and divided across nations and regions; but the double movement toward a single market and a single European regulatory space is evident almost everywhere. In order to shed some light on the characteristics and the driving forces of regulatory governance in the EU, this research project raise the following four questions:

First, what are the characteristics of the EU's regulatory space ?

Second, how do these characteristic evolve and change in time ?

Third, what are the reasonable outcomes that can be expected from the expansion of the European Regulatory State?

Fourth, what actors and forces have been encouraging or inhibiting the rise of particular forms of the European Regulatory Space ?

European Union Agencies: A European Union Agencies: B

A paper from the Workshop on ‘Agency Governance in the EU and its Consequences’ (RECON/MZES), University of Mannheim, Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES), 16–17 September 2010; will be available here around mid November 2010.

Data on EU Agencies in Excel Format (For review and Comments; Updated 29 October 2010)

[A video on the growth of the EU Agencies] (Download, or double click; Updated 29 October 2010)

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