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Book Review: Le agenzie europee. Unità e decentramento nelle amministrazioni comunitarie , by Edoardo Chiti. (Cedam, Padova, 2002)

Book Review: Le agenzie europee. Unità e decentramento nelle amministrazioni comunitarie , by... BOOK REVIEW Edoardo Chiti, Le agenzie europee. Unità e decentramento nelle amministrazioni comunitarie (Cedam, Padova, 2002), 514 pp., ISBN 88-13-24236-0, 42.50 pb. The administration of the integrated European order, originally based on the strict separation of competences of supranational and national authorities, is nowadays characterized by the collaboration between supranational and national administrations. Edoardo Chitis book focuses on one of the most impressive examples of such administrative integration ­ the process of agencification. This process consists in the adoption of a number of Community Regulations, each for a specific sector, implemented by a plurality of national, supranational and mixed authorities. Those Regulations assign a specific role to a Community body with legal personality, the so-called European agency. The theoretical background and the objectives of the research are explained in part I. The thesis suggested by the author is that analysis of Community Regulations establishing the European agencies reveals the emergence of a new and peculiar model of joint exercise of Community functions. This model is defined as decentralized integration. It is characterized by specific organizational and procedural features and is different both from co-administration and from the mere decentralization of Community functions. In part II, the author analyses http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Public Law Kluwer Law International

Book Review: Le agenzie europee. Unità e decentramento nelle amministrazioni comunitarie , by Edoardo Chiti. (Cedam, Padova, 2002)

European Public Law , Volume 10 (3) – Sep 1, 2004

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BOOK REVIEW Edoardo Chiti, Le agenzie europee. Unità e decentramento nelle amministrazioni comunitarie (Cedam, Padova, 2002), 514 pp., ISBN 88-13-24236-0, 42.50 pb. The administration of the integrated European order, originally based on the strict separation of competences of supranational and national authorities, is nowadays characterized by the collaboration between supranational and national administrations. Edoardo Chitis book focuses on one of the most impressive examples of such administrative integration ­ the process of agencification. This process consists in the adoption of a number of Community Regulations, each for a specific sector, implemented by a plurality of national, supranational and mixed authorities. Those Regulations assign a specific role to a Community body with legal personality, the so-called European agency. The theoretical background and the objectives of the research are explained in part I. The thesis suggested by the author is that analysis of Community Regulations establishing the European agencies reveals the emergence of a new and peculiar model of joint exercise of Community functions. This model is defined as decentralized integration. It is characterized by specific organizational and procedural features and is different both from co-administration and from the mere decentralization of Community functions. In part II, the author analyses

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Published: Sep 1, 2004

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