Chapter 5: Nuclear industrial development: the ‘dirigiste’ organisation
Chapter 5 focuses on the Euratom’s main task – nuclear industrial development. It asks what is the relevance of the Euratom’s central objective today. It shows that policy areas that could be regarded as ‘dirigiste’ are only applied in a limited fashion. Today, many of the provisions on nuclear industrial development are of only minor significance. The Euratom does not offer any added value as a separate Treaty, but is merely supplemental to the EU.
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