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Standardisation as a co-regulation tool in the implementation of the Services Directive

  • Publisert 12.03.2011
This project aims to develop a systematic and qualified approach to the co-regulation processes by making a process model and to give an overview of the possible tools and their suitability.
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The objective of the European Services Directive is to achieve a genuine Internal Market in services by removing legal and administrative barriers to the development of service activities between Member States (deregulation). The Directive will guarantee service providers more legal certainty by ensuring the freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide services in the European community.

 

In practical terms, Member States will have to assess whether their administrative requirements are indeed necessary or whether some procedures or parts of these procedures can be abolished or replaced by alternatives which are less burdensome for service providers.

 

This administrative review may result in specific deregulation needs, and voluntary standards, quality labels and codes of conduct are central when the Member States in accordance with the Directive will have to take active steps to encourage providers to put in place voluntary quality-enhancing measures for ensuring the quality of their services.

 

The aim of this project/study is to develop a systematic and qualified approach to the co-regulation processes by making a process model and to give an overview of the possible tools and their suitability.

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