Providing a definition of the concept of harmonisation within the context of the
European Union, this timely book debunks the idea that EU harmonisation measures are
made behind closed doors in Brussels and imposed, top-down, on the Member States.
Offering an in-depth exploration of the concept of harmonisation through the lens of
European Insolvency Law, the book will be an insightful read for students and legal
scholars interested in EU law and the law-making process.