93 Indiana Law Journal 1263 (2018)
In Part I, this Note considers the mechanisms of harmonization and the regulatory and fairness policy concerns that harmonization is designed to address. Part II explores some of the problems harmonization can create, with an eye toward how those problems manifest in the IGS context. Finally, Part III discusses how IGS address an urgent and inevitable problem that affects actors in the insurance market at every level. By analyzing comments on the Commission’s White Paper, Part III proposes that these three factors—convergence of stakeholder interest, inevitability, and urgency— are key to understanding when member states, EU citizens, and industry actors may embrace harmonization in spite of its potential pitfalls.
"The Promises and Pitfalls of Harmonization: What Insurance Guarantee Schemes Tell Us About When Harmonization Works,"
Indiana Law Journal: Vol. 93:
4, Article 8.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ilj/vol93/iss4/8