Repurposing Administrative Procedures to Meet Novel Challenges in EU Competition Law

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Abstract

Repeated economic crises, the climate emergency, digitalisation, and geopolitical and democratic threats are all having profound societal and economic effects on the EU. In light of its fundamental role in the Treaties, EU competition law has been called upon to play an important role in responding to this state of 'turbulence'. This brings about significant governance and constitutional challenges, firstly by questioning how the governance of EU competition law is being transformed to respond and adapt. Secondly, these crisis-induced transformations probe the logic and constitutional limits of EU competition law within the framework of EU law.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Evolving Governance of EU Competition Law in a Time of Disruptions
PublisherBloomsbury
Chapter3
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2023

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