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by Ellen Vos,Michelle Everson
Read instantly in your browser. Michelle Everson is Professor of European Union Law at Birkbeck College, University of London
Read instantly in your browser. ISBN-13: 978-1844721627. Michelle Everson is Professor of European Union Law at Birkbeck College, University of London. Ellen Vos is Professor of European Union Law at the Law Faculty of Maastricht University.
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The book contributes t. aperback – 2012-05-15 Routledge-Cavendish Law, Science and Society. or historical evidence for them is lacking, ie situations entailing ‘uncertain risks’. First Published 2009.
UNCERTAIN RISKS REGULATED: NATIONAL, EU AND INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY MODELS COMPARED, Ellen Vos, Michelle Everson and Joanne Scott, ed. UCL Press, Cavendish Publishing, Series: Law, Science and Society, Forthcoming. 44 Pages Posted: 15 Jan 2007. See all articles by Elizabeth C. Fisher. University of Oxford - Faculty of Law. Abstract. This paper is an exploration of some of the different issues that arise in thinking about the precautionary principle in the European Union. Ellen Vos is Professor of European Union Law at the Law Faculty of Maastricht University
Uncertain Risks Regulated. eBook Rental from £1. 0. She has published extensively in the field of EU Law, institutional law (comitology and agencies), market integration and risk regulation (precautionary principle; food safety).
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Uncertain Risks Regulatedcompares various models of risk regulationin orderto understand how these systems shape the relationship between law and science, and how they attempt to overcome public distrust in science-based decision-making.Thebookcontributesto the ongoing debate relating to uncertainty and risks-and the difficultiesfaced bythe European Union in particular- inregulating theses issues, taking account of both national and international constraints.
The term'uncertain risk'is comparable with notions of hazard and indeterminate risk, as deployed within the social sciences; butitalsoaimsto capture the modern regulatory reality thatanon-quantifiable hazard must still be addressed by society, law and its regulators. Decisions must be taken in the face of uncertainty. And,whilstit is not possible to provide clear cut models of risk regulation, infocusing on regulatory practices atanational, EU and international level, thecontributors to this volumeaimto usefact finding as a core instrument of learning for risk regulation.