Publications of Benjamin Jan
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See detailEst-il « meilleur » de manger français ?
Jan, Benjamin ULiege; Delhomme, Vincent

Article for general public (2021)

See detailNot All Frites and Beer: Does Eating Belgian Make Sense?
Jan, Benjamin ULiege; Delhomme, Vincent

Article for general public (2021)

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See detailManger belge a-t-il une utilité?
Jan, Benjamin ULiege; Delhomme, Vincent

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See detailSommes-nous protégés des algorithmes qu’utilisent les administrations publiques?
Jan, Benjamin ULiege

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See detailSommes-nous protégés des algorithmes qu’utilisent les administrations publiques?
Jan, Benjamin ULiege

Article for general public (2021)

L’utilisation des algorithmes au sein des administrations publiques est grandissante. Derrière les promesses d’efficacité que les algorithmes sont censés fournir se cachent des enjeux majeurs. Si les ... [more ▼]

L’utilisation des algorithmes au sein des administrations publiques est grandissante. Derrière les promesses d’efficacité que les algorithmes sont censés fournir se cachent des enjeux majeurs. Si les algorithmes participent à la gouvernance lorsqu’ils aident à la prise de décision, des garanties efficaces doivent être établies pour protéger les citoyen.nes. [less ▲]

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See detailIncreasing Legal Certainty without Trust: Why Regulation 2019/515 Cannot Achieve the Unachievable
Jan, Benjamin ULiege

in European Journal of Risk Regulation (2020)

More than 40 years after Cassis de Dijon, the mutual recognition in the field of goods is still a failure. The promise of this principle for ensuring both market access and regulatory diversity has not ... [more ▼]

More than 40 years after Cassis de Dijon, the mutual recognition in the field of goods is still a failure. The promise of this principle for ensuring both market access and regulatory diversity has not been kept. Therefore, today, businesses rarely rely on mutual recognition to sell their products in another Member State. In an attempt to stimulate this procedure further, the European Union legislator tried to simplify the procedures to be followed by businesses and public administrations through Regulation 2019/515. This article argues that, although the Regulation creates more legal certainty, it fundamentally fails to address the underlying problem of lack of trust that has stalled mutual recognition in the past. [less ▲]

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See detailMutual Recognition’s Failure in the Light of Free Movement of Food Supplements: Judgment of the CJEU, 27 April 2017, Noria Distribution SARL (Case C-672/15)
Jan, Benjamin ULiege

in Legal Issues of Economic Integration (2018), 45(3), 311-321

The ECJ had to define the Member States’ room of manoeuvre on the delicate matter of non-harmonised technical rules, in the case at hand the maximum amounts of vitamins and minerals present in food ... [more ▼]

The ECJ had to define the Member States’ room of manoeuvre on the delicate matter of non-harmonised technical rules, in the case at hand the maximum amounts of vitamins and minerals present in food supplements. Even though the EU legislator has developed a mutual recognition framework to avoid technical barriers to trade, businesses like Noria still faced them. In order to tackle the negative consequences of the different perceptions of appropriate standards and safety level between the Member States, the ECJ retained its well-established case law on administrative due process and human health derogation under Article 36 TFEU. Oddly, the Court did not exploit a useful legal tool – the Mutual Recognition Regulation – for disciplining Member States in their recourse of the ‘genuine risk to public health’ derogation. Is the omission of the Regulation unintentional or is it the proof of mutual recognition framework’s failure? [less ▲]

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