Exploring the boundaries of national institutional autonomy within the EU legal framework
Although the EU recognises the national institutional and administrative autonomy of its Member States, EU legislation is gradually imposing stricter organisational requirements on many of those States' administrative structures. The EU-funded EUDAIMONIA project seeks to uncover the different factors influencing the Member States' administrative design decisions and conceptualise the role EU law plays in that regard. It aspires to map and compare EU laws' impact on and influence over Member States' administrative designs across 18 domains of regulation. By its completion, the project will have the necessary data to propose theoretical modifications as well as policy recommendations.
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