This article aims to map how soft law tools have complemented and supported the overall regulatory strategies implemented by European countries to counter the Covid-19 crisis (the soft law atlas), to shed light on some key topics of general interest for legal theory and practice: how soft law tools interact and complement one another including on different levels (the soft law web), how soft law tools interact and complement the sources of pandemic law (the interplay between soft and hard law), and the positive and negative impacts on governance and policy-making of soft law tools during the pandemic and beyond (soft law bright and dark sides).

Boschetti, B., Poli Maria, D., A comparative study on soft law. Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic, <<THE CAMBRIDGE YEARBOOK OF EUROPEAN LEGAL STUDIES>>, 2021; 2021 (1): 1-34. [doi:10.1017/cel.2021.8] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/189006]

A comparative study on soft law. Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic

Boschetti, Barbara
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2021

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This article aims to map how soft law tools have complemented and supported the overall regulatory strategies implemented by European countries to counter the Covid-19 crisis (the soft law atlas), to shed light on some key topics of general interest for legal theory and practice: how soft law tools interact and complement one another including on different levels (the soft law web), how soft law tools interact and complement the sources of pandemic law (the interplay between soft and hard law), and the positive and negative impacts on governance and policy-making of soft law tools during the pandemic and beyond (soft law bright and dark sides).
2021
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Boschetti, B., Poli Maria, D., A comparative study on soft law. Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic, <<THE CAMBRIDGE YEARBOOK OF EUROPEAN LEGAL STUDIES>>, 2021; 2021 (1): 1-34. [doi:10.1017/cel.2021.8] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/189006]
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