Analysing the character of the Memoranda of Understanding signed by the European Central Bank

In recent years the use of instruments characterised as “atypical acts” or “soft law” has proliferated in EU law. Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) provide a good case in point as they comprise a convenient way to conclude what are perceived as non-binding agreements negotiated and adopted bilaterally by EU Institutions and third parties. Dr Anastasia Karatzia, … Continue reading Analysing the character of the Memoranda of Understanding signed by the European Central Bank