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Marta Simoncini, Administrative Regulation Beyond The Non-Delegation Doctrine: A Study On Eu Agencies, Hart Publishing, 2018
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Marta Simoncini’s Book aims to contribute to the constitutional conceptualization of the administrative powers at European level. Her innovative reading and interpretation of the Meroni Doctrine constitutes the space in which the Author has the opportunity to question the foundation of administrative powers, opening a discussion on the EU administrative identity itself. The incoherence of the dominant interpretation of the Meroni Doctrine1 is analysed through the study of two different patterns: on the one side the reinforcement of EU agencies’ quasiregulatory power; on the other, the emergence of hybrid administrations that are located in between agencies and independent administrations2. The last wave of agencification has amplified the divergence between theory and reality: powerful agencies such as the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs), “in fact, cover a range of administrative powers that clearly reverse the idea of purely advisory bodies and show the as yet legally hidden regulatory content of their competence”.

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