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The European Parliament

European Union
Parliaments
European Parliament
P416
Verena Kunz
Universität Mannheim
Daniela Braun
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München – LMU

Friday 09:00 - 10:45 (03/09/2021)


Abstract

The European Parliament is the only political institution at the EU level which is directly elected by EU citizens and thus plays a key role in their representation as well as in law-making. This panel investigates legislative policy-making in the EP as well as non-legislative activities of MEPs and European Party Groups. Papers might focus on the responsiveness of MEPs, the ability of the EP or EP party groups to influence policy outcomes, the evolution of parliamentary organization, or parliamentary speeches and/or questions.

Title Details
Gender and Political Campaigning via Social Media: How do female political actors make usage of social media? View Paper Details
Pathways to the European Parliament: a longitudinal and cross-sectional analysis of MEPs’ career patterns View Paper Details
Seniority and partisan credentials? A longitudinal analysis of the appointment of party group coordinators in the European Parliament (1979-2019) View Paper Details