The European Union facing the global arena: standard - setting bodies and financial regulationEuropean Law Review (2009)
AbstractThe article considers how the European Community deals with global standard-setting bodies operating within the financial sector. EC law seems to be strongly influenced by global standards. In order to understand the processes pursuant to which such standards are incorporated in the EC system and to verify whether EC priorities are represented at global level, this analysis highlights the relationships established by EC and global actors dealing with financial regulation. The article concludes that by creating permanent bodies made up of Member States’ national authorities, the European Community has provided the conditions for EC interests to be asserted at global level.
- EC law,
- financial reguation,
- international organizations,
Publication DateApril, 2009
Citation InformationGiulia Bertezzolo. "The European Union facing the global arena: standard - setting bodies and financial regulation" European Law Review Vol. 34 Iss. 2 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/giulia_bertezzolo/2/