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Eurolegalism: The Transformation of Law and Regulation in the European Union
Despite western Europe's traditional disdain for the United States' "adversarial legalism," the European Union is shifting toward a very similar approach to the law, according to Daniel Kelemen.Expand
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The Political Foundations of the Eurocracy
This article explores the politics behind the design of EU regulatory institutions. The EU has established an extensive ‘Eurocracy’ outside of the Commission hierarchy, including over 30 EuropeanExpand
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Failing Forward? The Euro Crisis and the Incomplete Nature of European Integration
The European Union (EU) project of combining a single market with a common currency was incomplete from its inception. This article shows that the incompleteness of the governance architecture ofExpand
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The European Court of Justice, National Governments, and Legal Integration in the European Union
We develop a game theoretic model of the conditions under which the European Court of Justice can be expected to take “adverse judgments” against European Union member governments and when theExpand
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Europe’s Other Democratic Deficit: National Authoritarianism in Europe’s Democratic Union
  • R. Kelemen
  • Sociology
  • Government and Opposition
  • 9 January 2017
This article argues for a radical recasting of the European Union democratic deficit debate. Critics have long argued that the EU suffers from a democratic deficit and that growing EU powerExpand
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Globalizing European Union environmental policy
This contribution explores the European Union's (EU) efforts to ‘globalize’ EU environmental regulation. EU leadership on global environmental governance emerged as a result of the combined effectsExpand
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Trading Places: The Role of the United States and the European Union in International Environmental Politics
When environmental issues emerged on the international agenda in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the United States was of one of the strongest and most consistent supporters of internationalExpand
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Regulatory Federalism: EU Environmental Regulation in Comparative Perspective
  • R. Kelemen
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Public Policy
  • 1 August 2000
This article analyzes the development of environmental regulation in the European Union from the perspective of comparative federalism. It presents a theory of regulatory federalism that explains howExpand
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The Structure And Dynamics Of Eu Federalism
This article analyzes European Union (EU) politics through the lens of comparative federalism. The article assesses the contributions that rationalist and constructivist approaches can make to theExpand
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The Globalization of American Law
A substantial body of research suggests that the United States has a distinctive legal style characterized by detailed rules, extensive transparency requirements, adversarial procedures for disputeExpand
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