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The European Commission of the Twenty-First Century
The European Commission is arguably the world's most powerful international administration. It plays a central role in the political system of the European Union. The Commission is a permanentExpand
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The National Co-ordination of EU Policy: the domestic level
B. Guy Peters: Introduction. Country Studies. 1: Hussein Kassim: The United Kingdom. 2: Hans-Ulrich Derlien: German EU-Policy Co-ordination: Failing Successfully?. 3: Anand Menon: Co-ordination of EUExpand
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The principal-agent approach and the study of the European Union: promise unfulfilled?
The principal-agent model holds great promise for understanding the institutional complexities of the EU and for moving beyond the sterile debate between intergovernmentalism and neofunctionalism. AsExpand
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The National Co-ordination of EU Policy
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European Integration Since the 1990s: Member States and the European Commission
The relationship between the member states and the Commission is at the heart of the EU's institutional structure and at the centre of debates about the European Union. In the 1990s, the newExpand
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Air Transport and the European Union
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The New Political Economy of EU State Aid Policy
Despite its importance and singularity, the EU’s state aid policy has attracted less scholarly attention than other elements of EU competition policy. Introducing the themes addressed by the specialExpand
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Managing the house: the Presidency, agenda control and policy activism in the European Commission
ABSTRACT Although the importance of international organizations is well-established, the specific contribution made to their policy outputs by administrative as opposed to political actors is rarelyExpand
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The Commission: boxed in and constrained, but still an engine of integration
Abstract In the debate about the impact of the eurozone crisis on the EU’s institutional balance, antagonists have often argued past each other. Supporters of the new intergovernmentalism contendExpand
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