The Composition of Interests in Gmos Discipline in the EU and China Legal Orders: A Comparative Approach

Titolo Rivista: AGRICOLTURA ISTITUZIONI MERCATI
Autori/Curatori: Nicola Aporti, Maria Eugenia Bartoloni, Angela Cossiri
Anno di pubblicazione: 2014 Fascicolo: 3 Lingua: English
Numero pagine: 35 P. 11-45 Dimensione file: 149 KB
DOI: 10.3280/AIM2014-003002
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L’articolo analizza la composizione degli interessi nella disciplina degli Organismi geneticamente modificati (Ogm) in Cina e nell’Unione europea. Gli autori evidenziano i differenti obiettivi perseguiti dai legislatori in questa materia: da un lato, gli interessi commerciali e allo sviluppo economico, dall’altro la tutela della salute e la protezione dell’ambiente. Nella prima parte viene illustrato come questi interessi, teoricamente in conflitto, sono combinati dal legislatore cinese; nella seconda parte, invece, si descrive la relazione tra questi obiettivi perseguiti nel diritto dell’Ue, attraverso l’analisi della normativa e della giurisprudenza rilevanti. Nella parte finale dell’articolo, attraverso un’analisi comparatistica, sono illustrate le conclusioni della ricerca.

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Nicola Aporti, Maria Eugenia Bartoloni, Angela Cossiri, The Composition of Interests in Gmos Discipline in the EU and China Legal Orders: A Comparative Approach in "AGRICOLTURA ISTITUZIONI MERCATI " 3/2014, pp 11-45, DOI: 10.3280/AIM2014-003002