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The Centre for European Law and Governance provides research that covers many areas of European policy: from competition policy, free movement rules, and financial and economic regulation, to environmental policy, structural funds, social and employment policy and industrial relations, the CAP, fisheries policies, food safety, nano-technology regulation, patent law etc.

While studying many different policy areas, much of the research of the Centre is focused on issues of governance, at the interplay between European law, regulation, policy analysis and constitutionalism.

European multi-level governance is at the heart of the Centre's expertise, including: