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Principles of the European Business and Financial Market Regulation

The goal of this CAS research focus is to develop principles of the European business and financial market regulation. The program is initially centered around the question of whether there is a need for regulation which justifies an intervention on the part of the European Parliament. If so, the second question then arises as to how exactly the European Parliament should act. With regard to the issue of "whether" regulation is justified, the goal of the research focus is to identify the prerequisites for regulatory action on the part of the European Parliament in particular. With regard to the issue of "how" regulation should be introduced, the aim is then to develop guidelines for the selection of the targets, the instruments, the intensity and the implementation of the regulation.

The emphasis will be on the central problem areas of business and financial market law. The methodical approach will initially involve both theoretical and empirical investigations related to specific problem areas concerning "whether" and "how" a European regulation should be introduced against the background of the normative goal of an increase in the welfare of society as a whole. In the synopsis of the individual results, overall regulation principles are to be developed as a conceptional basis for a European business and financial market regulation. This normative-legal goal of the research focus will be supported on the real-scientific level through economic and political science analyses and findings.

Spokespersons

  • Prof. Dr. Horst Eidenmüller
    (Faculty of Law, LMU)
  • Prof. Dr. Mathias Habersack
    (Faculty of Law, LMU)
  • Prof. Dr. Lars Klöhn
    (Faculty of Law, LMU)

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CAS<sup>Video</sup> – LogoPlease find video recordings of this Research Focus here: CASVideo – EU Business Regulation.