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Forging a European Health Union: Between subsidiarity and sovereignty?

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Forging a European Health Union : Between subsidiarity and sovereignty? / Guy, Mary; Kuiper, Elizabeth.

In: EuroHealth, 07.07.2022.

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@article{94269ceb14994915964b44944aeae5b9,
title = "Forging a European Health Union: Between subsidiarity and sovereignty?",
abstract = "Developing a European Health Union necessarily involves re-examining European Union (EU) and national level interaction. While this is currently framed around limited legal competence, its political identity is notable: the EU{\textquoteright}s role is restricted because health is a Member State competence. Although this has not precluded more subtle EU-level involvement via, for example, internal market rules and fiscal policies such as the European Semester, the explicit development of a European Health Union is more contentious and political by nature. We consider here how the principle of subsidiarity and concerns about national sovereignty may help – or hinder – the shaping of a true European Health Union.",
author = "Mary Guy and Elizabeth Kuiper",
year = "2022",
month = jul,
day = "7",
language = "English",
journal = "EuroHealth",
issn = "1356-1030",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Forging a European Health Union

T2 - Between subsidiarity and sovereignty?

AU - Guy, Mary

AU - Kuiper, Elizabeth

PY - 2022/7/7

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N2 - Developing a European Health Union necessarily involves re-examining European Union (EU) and national level interaction. While this is currently framed around limited legal competence, its political identity is notable: the EU’s role is restricted because health is a Member State competence. Although this has not precluded more subtle EU-level involvement via, for example, internal market rules and fiscal policies such as the European Semester, the explicit development of a European Health Union is more contentious and political by nature. We consider here how the principle of subsidiarity and concerns about national sovereignty may help – or hinder – the shaping of a true European Health Union.

AB - Developing a European Health Union necessarily involves re-examining European Union (EU) and national level interaction. While this is currently framed around limited legal competence, its political identity is notable: the EU’s role is restricted because health is a Member State competence. Although this has not precluded more subtle EU-level involvement via, for example, internal market rules and fiscal policies such as the European Semester, the explicit development of a European Health Union is more contentious and political by nature. We consider here how the principle of subsidiarity and concerns about national sovereignty may help – or hinder – the shaping of a true European Health Union.

M3 - Journal article

JO - EuroHealth

JF - EuroHealth

SN - 1356-1030

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