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Mutual Recognition as a New Mode of Governance

Mutual recognition is generally not mentioned in debates about new modes of governance, though it is an important alternative to hierarchical steering in the form of harmonization. Next to its broad use in the single market, mutual recognition has been transferred to justice and home affairs, and... Full description

1st Person: Schmidt, Susanne K.
Source: in: Journal of European Public Policy (2007), Vol. 14 (5), p. 667-681
Type of Publication: Article
Published: 2007
Keywords: Governance > harmonization > mutual recognition > national treatment > single market > trade
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