Category Archives: dall’Europa

US Supreme Court: Agencies Must Take Costs Into Account When Deciding Whether To Regulate

On June 29th the US Supreme Court decided a landmark case, Michigan vs EPA, which could impact on cost-benefit jurisprudence. The Court has not evaluated the validity of the EPA’s cost-benefit analysis of the rule.…

EU, the ESAs launch a second consultation on draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

The three European Supervisory Authorities (EBA, EIOPA and ESMA) launched on 10 June 2015 a second consultation on draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) outlining the framework of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR). This consultation…

Research note. The implementation of administrative burden reduction policy in Europe

Fabrizio Di Mascio, Alessandro Natalini and Francesco Stolfi (forthcoming). “The implementation of administrative burden reduction policy: Mechanisms and contexts in the study of Europeanization”, Comparative European Politics Research note by Francesco Stolfi Two open issues in…

Recent decisions of the Italian and European Judges on public consultation process and impact assessment (Report May 2015)

This month “Focus Giurisprudenza” reports on a decision of the Italian Council of State and two judgments of the TAR Lombardia relating to public consultation process. Further, it presents an Opinion of Advocate General of…

Conclusioni dell’Avvocato Generale nella Causa C 507/13, Regno Unito contro Parlamento e Consiglio dell’Unione europea

A seguito della crisi finanziaria globale del 2008, l’Unione europea ha adottato un’ampia gamma di misure dirette a consolidare la regolamentazione e la stabilità degli enti finanziari. Nel dibattito che si è svolto in merito…