Differential Europeanization? Explaining the impact of the early warning system on subnational parliaments in Europe

  title={Differential Europeanization? Explaining the impact of the early warning system on subnational parliaments in Europe},
  author={Karolina Borońska-Hryniewiecka},
  journal={European Political Science Review},
  pages={255 - 278}
The inclusion of subnational parliaments into the early warning system (EWS) for subsidiarity control generates transforming dynamics in parliamentary modus operandi in European Union (EU) decentralized states. Empirical findings reveal considerable variations in the pace and scope of subnational parliamentary activity in EU policy control challenging the existing theories of territorial mobilization. Drawing from a comparative institutional analysis, this article offers a theoretical framework… 

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