Techno-regulation: Technological Collaboration between EU Administrations

Campus Kulmbach Legal Working Paper Series 01/2021, forthcoming in Law, Innovation and Technology (2022)

27 Pages Posted: 11 Oct 2021 Last revised: 10 Jun 2022

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Alexandra Molitorisova

University of Bayreuth, Faculty of Life Sciences; Masaryk University - Faculty of Law

Kai P. Purnhagen

University of Bayreuth; Erasmus University of Rotterdam - Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics

Pavel Šístek

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Date Written: September 7, 2021

Abstract

This article examines different forms of technological collaboration between Member States’ public administrations as currently present in the EU, namely institutional and transactional, drawing from examples in two sectors – telecommunications and food. The article argues that different collaboration forms can be explored more systematically by policy makers when faced with techno-regulatory choices. It subsequently argues that when developing techno-regulatory tools for the implementation and enforcement of EU law, national regulatory authorities should place technological cooperation at the forefront of their policy considerations. It concludes with a plea for an increased reciprocity in technological collaboration based on open-source solutions.

Keywords: techno-regulation, cooperation, food safety, telecommunications

Suggested Citation

Molitorisová, Alexandra and Purnhagen, Kai Peter and Šístek, Pavel, Techno-regulation: Technological Collaboration between EU Administrations (September 7, 2021). Campus Kulmbach Legal Working Paper Series 01/2021, forthcoming in Law, Innovation and Technology (2022), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3919071

Alexandra Molitorisová (Contact Author)

University of Bayreuth, Faculty of Life Sciences ( email )

Masaryk University - Faculty of Law ( email )

Veveri 70
Brno, 61180
Czech Republic

Kai Peter Purnhagen

University of Bayreuth ( email )

Universitatsstr 30
Bayreuth, D-95447
Germany

Erasmus University of Rotterdam - Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics ( email )

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PO box 1738
Rotterdam, 3000 DR
Netherlands

Pavel Šístek

affiliation not provided to SSRN

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