Towards Effective Regulatory Cooperation under TTIP: A Comparative Overview of the EU and US Legislative and Regulatory Systems

Thursday, 15 May 2014
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The aim of this report is to inform the EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment negotiations on enhanced regulatory coherence and cooperation, by providing negotiators, stakeholders and the public with a comparative overview of the US and EU legislative and regulatory processes in their current form, highlighting differences and similarities.

Richard Parker is Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Law and Alberto Alemanno is Professor at HEC Paris & NYU School of Law.