Public Administration Regulations Codification in the European Union

Sorina Șerban-Barbu

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/CLR.2014.004

Abstract


Today, supranational legal systems affect national law, thus showing a trend of globalization, not denying the influence and interdependence of domestic laws, while the State, as a signatory of international conventions, has certain obligations to fulfil, including the adoption of national legal rules.
In this context, the phenomenon of law globalization is shown by the doctrine, and that translates the aspiration into a common law.
From this perspective, we propose to address the issue of public administration encoding rules.
We will try to analyze the encoding of these rules both at European and national level, whereas the integration of European states into the European structures represents an undeniable reality.

Keywords


codification; public administration; regulation; European Union; simplification

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