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The Impact of Mutual Recognition: Inbuilt Limits and Domestic Responses to the Single Market

What have been the consequences of integrating the single market via mutual recognition? Did competitive deregulation result? Or were its implications less significant than expected? In this paper I analyse two previously highly regulated service sectors, insurance and road haulage, and study the... Full description

1st Person: Schmidt, Susanne K.
Source: in: Journal of European Public Policy (2002), Vol. 9 (6), p. 935-953
Type of Publication: Article
Published: 2002
Keywords: Domestic Change > Insurance > Liberalization > Mutual Recognition > Road Haulage > Single Market
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