Special issue: Hybridity under scrutiny: how European standardization shakes the foundations of EU constitutional and internal market law

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Series Details Vol.44, No.4, 2017
Publication Date December 2017
ISSN 1566-6573
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Articles in this special issue:

The constitutional fit of European standardization put to the test
Linda Senden

Delegation of rulemaking power to European standards organizations: reconsidered
Megi Medzmariashvili

Do administrative law principles apply to European standardization: agencification or privatization?
Matteo Gnes

Stakeholder participation in European standardization: a mapping and an assessment of three categories of regulation
Morten Kallestrup

Judicial control of the EU harmonized standards: entering a black hole?
Mariolina Eliantonio

Standards, barriers to trade and EU internal market rules: need for a renewed approach?
Jörgen Hettne

European harmonized standards as 'part of EU law': the implications of the James Elliott case for copyright protection and, possibly, for EU competition law
Björn Lundqvist

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