Jean Monnet Network on enforcement of EU law (EULEN)

European regulatory networks

The European Central Bank and the interaction between its two mandates: monetary policy of the Euro and banking supervision (by Pieterjan Heynen)

The European Central Bank (ECB) is responsible for both price stability and financial stability. The former is aimed at controlling inflation to maintain a stable Euro, whereas the latter is concerned with the financial health of the largest banks of the Eurozone. To a large extent, these competences go hand in hand. However, there are…

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Networks and agencies for enforcement in the European Union. Comparative case studies in civil aviation safety policy and public health (by Laurens van Kreij)

Laurens’ PhD research focuses on developing a framework for the delegation of tasks for enforcement of European Union (EU) policies. By default, the EU member states enforce EU law vis-à-vis citizens and businesses. Some policies however, are (also) enforced through EU networks of national authorities, whereas EU agencies have enforcement tasks and powers in other…

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