14 Dec 2009

Who drafts better EU regulation?

Jacques Pelkmans

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This Commentary by Jacques Pelkmans advises the new Barroso Commission to maintain the ‘Better EU Regulation’ strategy that was initiated in 2005 and has proven especially effective in narrowing the scope and options for ideological approaches, or the discretion to allow or exploit regulatory ‘capture’ within the Commission.

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