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000228197 245__ $$aTransatlantic Patterns of Risk Regulation: Implications for International Trade and Cooperation
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000228197 260__ $$bInternational Risk Governance Council$$c2017$$aLausanne
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000228197 520__ $$aThis report presents a study commissioned by the European Parliament to compare regulatory standards in the EU and the US in four key sectors (food safety, automobiles, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals), chosen for their relevance both to consumer protection and transatlantic trade, and focusing on whether different approaches to risk regulation may lead to different levels of protection. How risks are regulated in the US and the EU can affect domestic outcomes (such as the benefits and costs of protecting consumers, health and environment), and can also foster or limit the opportunities for international trade.
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000228197 6531_ $$atransatlantic patterns
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000228197 700__ $$aWiener, Jonathan B.
000228197 700__ $$aPetersen, Arthur C.
000228197 700__ $$aBenighaus, Christina
000228197 700__ $$aGraham, John D.
000228197 700__ $$aOye, Kenneth A.
000228197 700__ $$aRenn, Ortwin
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