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EJIntRel




European Journal of International Relations




EJPR




European Journal of Political Research







ELJ




European Law Journal










ELR




European Law Review










EMEA




The European Agency for the Evaluation of Medicinal Products

EMU




Economic and Monetary Union







EPA




Environmental Protection Act










ERPL




European Review of Public Law







ESC




Economic and Social Committee







EU




European Union













EuR




Europarecht













EWGV




Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft Vertrag




FIDE




Federation Internationale pour le Droit Européen




FTC




Federal Trade Commission










ICC




Interstate Commerce Commission







IGC




Intergovernmental Conference










IO




International Organization










IRLE




International Review of Law and Economics










JCMS




Journal of Common Market Studies







JLEO




Journal of Law, Economics and Organization




LGDJ




Librairie Générale de Droit et de Jurisprudence




MIT




Massachussetts Institute of Technology










NLRB




National Labor Relations Board










RIA




Regulatory Impact Analysis










MLR




Modern Law Review










OHIM




Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market




OJ




Official Journal













OMB




Office of Management and Budget







OSHA




Occupational Health and Safety Act/Administration




PUF




Presses Universitaires de France







RB




Regulatory Budget













SCR




Supreme Court Review (USA)










TEC




Treaty of the European Community










TEN




TransEuropean Networking










TEU




Treaty of the European Union













TLR




Texas Law Review













UK




United Kingdom













ULB




Université Libre de Bruxelles










US




United States (of America)










YLJ




Yale Law Journal
















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