Internacjonalizacja prawa jako instrument zarządzania antykryzysowego
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Internationalization of law as an instrument of anti-crisis management
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The aim of the article is to present leading theoretical considerations in the field of internationalization of anti-crisis management mechanisms. The internationalization of legal orders has become a fait accompli in the last decades. Pessimists, who in this context conclude the end of the nation-state, believe that such processes inevitably mean the destruction of state legal orders. The intensification of legislative efforts takes place especially in a crisis situation, when re-regulating in various sectors of the integrated market is to be a remedy preventing future crises and stabilizing existing disorders in a specific area of the economy. Legal theorists look at these changes more optimistically, analyzing the interaction between various normative systems in the international environment. The research problem concerns the necessity of normative solutions within the internationalized normative and institutional framework in a crisis situation. The basic research hypotheses concern: (a) the desirability of regulatory actions at the supranational / international level; (b) the inclusion of the Europeanized administrative law, which serves e.g. stabilizing markets, into the processes of legal globalization; (c) understanding the legitimacy of the activities of legislative bodies in the context of shaping a pluralistic / cosmopolitan normative order. The article is a theoretical analysis of the conceptual network used in the doctrine of European law.
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