Coverart for item
The Resource Controlling the EU executive? : the politics of delegation in the European Union, Gijs Jan Brandsma and Jens Blom-Hansen

Controlling the EU executive? : the politics of delegation in the European Union, Gijs Jan Brandsma and Jens Blom-Hansen

Label
Controlling the EU executive? : the politics of delegation in the European Union
Title
Controlling the EU executive?
Title remainder
the politics of delegation in the European Union
Statement of responsibility
Gijs Jan Brandsma and Jens Blom-Hansen
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This volume investigates inter-institutional conflicts in the EU system, specifically over delegation of rule-making power to the European Commission
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Brandsma, Gijs Jan,
Dewey number
341.242/2
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Blom-Hansen, Jens,
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • European Union
  • European Commission
  • Administrative procedure
  • Delegation of powers
  • Political planning
Label
Controlling the EU executive? : the politics of delegation in the European Union, Gijs Jan Brandsma and Jens Blom-Hansen
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 165-184) and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Theorizing delegation and control regimes in the EU -- Institutional contestation of delegation in the EU over time -- The battle over the Lisbon Treaty's two control regimes : getting the delegated acts and implementing acts regimes in place -- Institutional preferences on the post-Lisbon control regimes : qualitative evidence -- Institutional preferences on the post-Lisbon control regimes : quantitative evidence -- Explaining choices of delegation and control regimes -- Conclusion and the way ahead
  • Cover; Controlling the EU Executive?: The Politics of Delegation in the European Union; Copyright; Preface and Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Boxes; 1: Introduction; Delegation and the Need for Control; The Politics of Delegation in the EU Political System; The Contribution of this Book; EU Rule-making; The EU's Administrative Space; Studies of Delegation; Control over the Commission; Type of Control; Degree of Control; Timing of Control; Sphere of Application; Book Overview; 2: Theorizing Delegation and Control Regimes in the EU
  • The Delegation PerspectivePrincipal-Agent Theory; A Principal-Agent Perspective on the Delegation of Rule-Making Power in the EU; Selecting the Agent; Formulating the Contract; Monitoring; Sanctioning; Summing Up; From Theoretical Argument to Empirical Implications; Summary; 3: Institutional Contestation of Delegation in the EU Over Time; Delegation in the EU: The Rise of the Commission and of Comitology; Contested Delegation: The Pre-Lisbon Inter-Institutional Battles over Comitology; Case 1: The Introduction of Comitology in the Early 1960s
  • Case 2: The Council of Ministers' First Comitology Decision in 1987Case 3: The Council of Ministers' Second Comitology Decision in 1999; Case 4: The Council of Ministers' Third Comitology Decision in 2006; Conclusion and Discussion; 4: The Battle Over the Lisbon Treaty's Two Control Regimes: Getting the Delegated Acts and Implementing Acts Regimes in Place; Introduction; Methods and Data; The Road to the Lisbon Treaty's Delegation Provisions; The Structure of the Convention Favouring the European Parliament; The Preferences of the European Parliament
  • The Proposal on the Delegated and Implementing Acts SystemsThe Staying Power of the Convention's Proposal; Summing Up; From Treaty Provisions to Horizontal Framework Rules; Negotiating Horizontal Framework Rules on the Control of Delegated Acts (Article 290 TFEU); The Commission's First Move; Initial Response from the Parliament and the Council; The Commission's Second Move; Reactions from the Parliament; Reactions from the Council; Move 3: The Common Understanding; Negotiating Horizontal Framework Rules on the Controlof Implementing Acts (Article 291 TFEU); The Commission's First Move
  • Initial Response from the Parliament and the CouncilThe Commission's Second Move; Negotiations in the Council; Negotiations in the Parliament; Move 3: Agreement on the New Regulation; Evaluating the Actors' Proposals and Moves; Conclusion and Summary; 5: Institutional Preferences on the Post-Lisbon Control Regimes: Qualitative Evidence; Methods and Data; Empirical Analysis of Arena 1: Aligning Pre-Lisbon Procedures to the Post-Lisbon Situation; Empirical Analysis of Arena 2: Negotiations on Post-Lisbon Legislative Files; Splitting the Difference: The Novel Foods Regulation
Control code
on1002848023
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource (vi, 188 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191080807
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1002848023
Label
Controlling the EU executive? : the politics of delegation in the European Union, Gijs Jan Brandsma and Jens Blom-Hansen
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 165-184) and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Theorizing delegation and control regimes in the EU -- Institutional contestation of delegation in the EU over time -- The battle over the Lisbon Treaty's two control regimes : getting the delegated acts and implementing acts regimes in place -- Institutional preferences on the post-Lisbon control regimes : qualitative evidence -- Institutional preferences on the post-Lisbon control regimes : quantitative evidence -- Explaining choices of delegation and control regimes -- Conclusion and the way ahead
  • Cover; Controlling the EU Executive?: The Politics of Delegation in the European Union; Copyright; Preface and Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Boxes; 1: Introduction; Delegation and the Need for Control; The Politics of Delegation in the EU Political System; The Contribution of this Book; EU Rule-making; The EU's Administrative Space; Studies of Delegation; Control over the Commission; Type of Control; Degree of Control; Timing of Control; Sphere of Application; Book Overview; 2: Theorizing Delegation and Control Regimes in the EU
  • The Delegation PerspectivePrincipal-Agent Theory; A Principal-Agent Perspective on the Delegation of Rule-Making Power in the EU; Selecting the Agent; Formulating the Contract; Monitoring; Sanctioning; Summing Up; From Theoretical Argument to Empirical Implications; Summary; 3: Institutional Contestation of Delegation in the EU Over Time; Delegation in the EU: The Rise of the Commission and of Comitology; Contested Delegation: The Pre-Lisbon Inter-Institutional Battles over Comitology; Case 1: The Introduction of Comitology in the Early 1960s
  • Case 2: The Council of Ministers' First Comitology Decision in 1987Case 3: The Council of Ministers' Second Comitology Decision in 1999; Case 4: The Council of Ministers' Third Comitology Decision in 2006; Conclusion and Discussion; 4: The Battle Over the Lisbon Treaty's Two Control Regimes: Getting the Delegated Acts and Implementing Acts Regimes in Place; Introduction; Methods and Data; The Road to the Lisbon Treaty's Delegation Provisions; The Structure of the Convention Favouring the European Parliament; The Preferences of the European Parliament
  • The Proposal on the Delegated and Implementing Acts SystemsThe Staying Power of the Convention's Proposal; Summing Up; From Treaty Provisions to Horizontal Framework Rules; Negotiating Horizontal Framework Rules on the Control of Delegated Acts (Article 290 TFEU); The Commission's First Move; Initial Response from the Parliament and the Council; The Commission's Second Move; Reactions from the Parliament; Reactions from the Council; Move 3: The Common Understanding; Negotiating Horizontal Framework Rules on the Controlof Implementing Acts (Article 291 TFEU); The Commission's First Move
  • Initial Response from the Parliament and the CouncilThe Commission's Second Move; Negotiations in the Council; Negotiations in the Parliament; Move 3: Agreement on the New Regulation; Evaluating the Actors' Proposals and Moves; Conclusion and Summary; 5: Institutional Preferences on the Post-Lisbon Control Regimes: Qualitative Evidence; Methods and Data; Empirical Analysis of Arena 1: Aligning Pre-Lisbon Procedures to the Post-Lisbon Situation; Empirical Analysis of Arena 2: Negotiations on Post-Lisbon Legislative Files; Splitting the Difference: The Novel Foods Regulation
Control code
on1002848023
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource (vi, 188 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191080807
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1002848023

Library Locations

    • InternetBorrow it
      Albany, Auckland, 0632, NZ
Processing Feedback ...