5 edition of Accountability and legitimacy in the European Union found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -512) and index.
|Statement||edited by Anthony Arnull and Daniel Wincott.|
|Series||Oxford studies in European law|
|Contributions||Arnull, Anthony., Wincott, Daniel.|
|LC Classifications||KJE947 .A28 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 537 p. :|
|Number of Pages||537|
|ISBN 10||0199255601, 0199257108|
|LC Control Number||2003267874|
Building Responsive and Responsible Financial Regulators in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis - edited by Pablo Iglesias-Rodriguez February Survey Article: The Legitimacy Deﬁcits of the European Union* ANDREAS FØLLESDAL Philosophy, University of Oslo T HE legitimacy of the European Union has become a popular academic and political issue, stimulating debate about alleged symptoms, diagnosis and prescriptions. This review presents some of the central approaches and research.
(). Democratic Dilemmas of Multilevel Governance: Legitimacy, Representation and Accountability in the European Union. West European Politics: Vol. 31, No. 5, pp. Vivien Schmidt is Jean Monnet Chair of European Integration, Professor of International Relations and Political Science, and Director of the Center for the Study of Europe at Boston University. Recent books include Debating Political Identity and Legitimacy in the European Union (co-edited with Sonia Lucarelli and Furio Cerutti, Routledge, ), Democracy in Europe (Oxford, ), The Futures.
European Council and its Presidency, for example – consolidate decade-long In Defence of the ‘Democratic Deficit’: Reassessing Legitimacy in the European Union* ANDREW MORAVCSIK Harvard University * I gratefully acknowledge comments and suggestions . Get this from a library! Democratic dilemmas of multilevel governance: legitimacy, representation and accountability in the European Union. [Joan DeBardeleben; Achim Hurrelmann;] -- The 'democratic deficit' of the European Union is a much discussed-concern of politicians and commentators, and this insightful collection argues that this is a result of the multi-level nature of EU.
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The European Union's growing accountability deficit threatens to undermine its legitimacy. This was acknowledged by the Member States at their summit in Nice in December Recognising the need to improve 'the democratic legitimacy and transparency of the Union and its institutions, in order to bring them closer to its citizens', they agreed 5/5(1).
Get this from a library. Accountability and legitimacy in the European Union. [Anthony Arnull; Daniel Wincott;] -- The European Union's growing accountability deficit threatens to undermine its legitimacy; accordingly, member states have agreed to negotiate a new set.
Accountability and Legitimacy in the European Union Edited by Anthony Arnull and Daniel Wincott Oxford Studies in European Law. The theme of the collection is highly topical: the issues of accountability and legitimacy are now at the top of the European Union's political agenda. The European Union's growing accountability deficit threatens to undermine its legitimacy; accordingly, member states have agreed to negotiate a new set of Treaty changes in These essays consider various aspects of accountability and legitimacy in the European Union.
Legitimacy And The European Union Legitimacy And The European Union by David Beetham. Download in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Legitimacy And The European Union books. Click Download for free ebooks. Legitimacy And The European Union. Author: David Beetham Publisher: Routledge ISBN. The European Union's growing accountability deficit threatens to undermine its legitimacy.
This was acknowledged by the Member States in Nice in February Recognising the need to improve 'the democratic legitimacy and transparency of the Union and its institutions', they agreed to launch a debate on the Union's future.
Debating Political Identity and Legitimacy in the European Union addresses these questions and brings together high profile scholars from various disciplinary backgrounds to debate the ontological and epistemological aspects of research on identity and legitimacy formation in the EU.
Democratic Dilemmas of Multilevel Governance: Legitimacy, Representation and Accountability in the European Union (Transformations of the State) Joan DeBardeleben, Achim Hurrelmann The 'democratic deficit' of the European Union is a much discussed-concern of politicians and commentators, and this insightful collection argues that this is a.
E-democracy and the European Union: Input and output legitimacy through ICT E-democracy and the European Union: Input and output legitimacy through ICT Call for papers for: Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy.
Most of the contemporary debates about the European Union - about its role, its institutional arrangements, its development dynamic, its expansion and possible futures - revolve around the issue of political legitimacy.
Legitimacy and the European Union addresses the fundamental issues at the heart of the debates on Europe and examines such key questions as: -What is the scope of the.
Standard setting is located at European Union level, the subsequent implementation at Member States level, following the principle of subsidiarity.
Legitimacy. The Meroni doctrine provides for the competence of the European Union’s institutions to delegate their tasks provided for in the Treaties to regulatory agencies. The question of whether the governance of the European Union (EU) lacks democratic legitimacy has been debated since the time of the European Economic Community in the late s.
This led in part to an elected European Parliament being created in and given the power to approve or reject EU then, usage of the term has broadened to describe newer issues facing the.
This article examines the quality of democracy and legitimacy of the EU. If the EU can be considered democratic in terms of its institutional set-up, it is so in ways unlike those of nation-state democracies. While democracies in nation states have established governments, the EU has ‘governance’, in which governing occurs without an established government through multiple authorities in.
The UK’s decision to vote for Brexit has been viewed by many observers as proof that the European Union suffers from a deep crisis of legitimacy.
As Matt Wood highlights, this crisis is often conceived of in identity terms, with a large number of EU citizens no longer feeling ‘European’ or identifying with the goals of European integration.
Bogdanor, V. () Legitimacy, Accountability and Democracy in the European Union A Federal Trust Report, London. Bovens, M. Curtin, D, and t’Hart, P. (eds.) () The Real World of EU. Legitimacy, Representation and Accountability in the European Union.
Editors: DeBardeleben, J., Hurrelmann, A. (Eds.) Free Preview. Buy this book eB89 Book Subtitle Legitimacy, Representation and Accountability in the European Union Editors.
DeBardeleben; A. Hurrelmann; Series Title Transformations of the State. The European Commission has increasingly focused on the benefits it can derive from the greater participation of organized civil society in its role and activities.
In the face of general decline in public trust in the institutions of government, it facilitated and encouraged new channels of access and consultation opportunities as a means to legitimize its position within the European. Legitimacy, Accountability and Democracy in the European Union 5 LEGITIMACY, ACCOUNTABILITY AND DEMOCRACY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION INTRODUCTION The European Union was founded to promote democracy in Europe.
Yet its institutions and procedures leave much to be desired by democratic standards of legitimacy and account-ability. Books for Courses (23) Professional / Practitioner (57 Add Accountability and Legitimacy in the European Union to Cart. Anthony Arnull and Daniel Wincott 27 March Oxford Studies in European Law.
Accountability and Legitimacy in the European Union $ Add Accountability and Legitimacy in the European Union to Cart. Anthony. The accountability of those elected to power to their electorate is the defining feature of democratic government. Within the European Union (EU), there is considerable debate concerning the legitimacy of decision-making institutions and the efficacy of existing procedures and practices for ensuring accountability.This book assesses the use and limitations of the principal-agent model in a context of increasingly complex political systems such as the European Union.
Whilst a number of conceptual, theoretical and methodological challenges need to be addressed, the authors show that the principal-agent model can still provide deeper insights into a wide.The Illusion of Accountability in the European Union book.
The Illusion of Accountability in the European Union. Therefore, output legitimacy cannot entirely compensate for the absence of opposition, or the lack of any opportunity to change oﬃce-holders and public policies.
It is for this reason that accountability avoidance cannot always.