The analysis of interactions, leading on from the previous chapter, has revealed the nature of potential friction between national regimes. These are not the only interactions which may be encountered. In some cases, harmonisation is a relatively natural process involving the progressive circulation of standards and technological and organisational solutions, through a number of channels of transmission. The aim of this third chapter is to develop this second form of interaction, which cannot a priori be classified regarding its positive or negative impact. Many forms of interaction exist which contribute to harmonisation, although they lie outside the institutionalised process. Even if some of these are sometimes raised by debates at the European level on common measures to be adopted, this is not even always the case. The interactions already mentioned in the previous Chapter (3), the informal and formal circulation of standards and (4) the patterns of competition in the waste collection and disposal industry belong to this category.
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