Luca De Lucia
From Mutual Recognition To Eu Authorization: A Decline Of Transnational Administrative Acts?
The paper has two goals. First it seeks to examine the main features of transnational administrative decisions in the EU legal system (i.e. acts of one Member State which, according to a European secondary legal norm, produce juridical effects in one or more of the other Member States). Second it discusses the tendency towards centralisation and re-nationalisation in the most recent legislation and the consequences of the abandonment of the model of transnational administrative decisions in some important economic areas. Finally, some brief conclusions on the perspective of horizontal administrative cooperation will be drawn.