The goal of this study is to highlight and explain the fundamental regulatory approaches adopted by the European Union to manage the financial system, and particularly to address the plurality of its integrated and interdependent components. It is submitted that there are four (main) management methods or approaches to such plurality: these are the ‘hierarchical’, the ‘autonomous’, the ‘harmonizing’, and finally the ‘pluralist’ approach. They correspond to four ways of ordering (and therefore also regulating) plurality. The study will particularly focus on the ‘pluralist’ approach, which will be analysed in relation to two case-studies concerning the various constituencies involved in the regulation of the EU financial system, and the various decision and rule-making procedures in place under EU law to govern such system.
|Titolo:||Il diritto dell'economia finanziaria europea e l'approccio pluralista alla regolazione|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 Articolo in Rivista|