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[Journal:] Wirtschaftsdienst [ISSN:] 1613-978X [Volume:] 97 [Issue:] 11 [Publisher:] Springer [Place:] Heidelberg [Year:] 2017 [Pages:] 817-823
Springer, Heidelberg
Die EU-Kommission rückt im Rahmen ihrer Binnenmarktstrategie auch die unterschiedlichen nationalen Berufsreglementierungen im Bereich der freien Berufe in den Fokus. Mit Hilfe von Kennzahlen und Indikatoren sollen dabei geeignete Regulierungsansätze identifiziert werden. Dieser Beitrag zeigt am Beispiel der Regulierungsdebatte um den Architektenberuf, dass die dabei verwendeten Indikatoren kaum geeignet sind, durch Regulierung verursachte Wettbewerbshindernisse zu identifizieren.
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The European Commission – in line with its mandate given by the member states – places an emphasis on the enhancement of the internal market for services. One area of focus is the specific regulation of the so-called regulated professions. According to the EU Commission, restrictive professional regulation such as mandatory qualification requirements could hinder the internal market for services. Whilst the Commission does not urge for the abolition of all regulation concerning the area of profession, it does call for a stronger harmonisation. To identify appropriate and inappropriate regulatory approaches in the member states and further need for reforms, the Commission uses economic indicators. This article shows by the sample of the regulated architecture profession which difficulties may be associated with this approach.
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