Private actors

In this key project the focus is on the role of private actions in regulation and enforcement of European law, view from the perspective of a diverse range of stakeholders and interested parties. In this light, questions such as the following will be asked.

  • What are the underlying reasons for a preference for self-/co-regulation over legislation?
  • What should self/co-regulation look like?
  • How can the sector in question be involved with the regulation?
  • What is seen as the optimal mix of private and public regulation and enforcement in the sectors in questions, from a point of view of effectiveness and certain key values?

For an overview of past seminars, please click here.

The key project Private Actors is being led by Madeleine de Cock Buning, Linda Senden and Dina Siegel-Rozen.


Activities:

The ECPR conference in Tilburg, Netherlands:

Madeleine de Cock Buning, Linda Senden and others presented several papers, at the European Consortium for Political Research conference on regulatory governance, on the 6-8th of July 2016. Summaries of the papers presented can be found here.

 

 
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