Market Supervision in the European Union, Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel compares and reconstructs the emergence of divergently structured supranational market supervision mechanisms in six different sectors of EU regulation (competition, financial services, chemicals, consumer law, electronic communications and energy).
EU market supervision developments have been plentiful over the past decade, but have so far mainly been studied in their own sector-specific context. On the basis of an innovative cross-sector investigation, Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel identifies and conceptualises common or converging EU constitutional benchmarks underlying those sector-specific administrative design developments. Those benchmarks better allow to conceptualise, predict and restrain future EU integrated administration structures and initiatives in those and other fields of European Union law.
Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel, Ph.D. (KU Leuven, 2013), LL.M. (Harvard, 2010), is Assistant Professor of European and Competition Law at the Europa Institute, Leiden Law School, the Netherlands. He has published over 30 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on EU law.
All interested in constitutional and administrative law developments in the European Union, and anyone engaged in EU competition law enforcement, financial services regulation, chemicals regulation, consumer law and market liberalisation.