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The Effectiveness and Legitimacy of the EU Transboundary Crisis Management

Conflict Resolution
European Union
Governance
Integration
Policy Analysis
Political Leadership
Regionalism
Security
P108
Fulvio Attinà
Università di Catania
Martin Lodge
The London School of Economics & Political Science
Stefania Panebianco
Università di Catania

Floor: Second Floor, Room: Aula 16

Saturday 11:00 - 12:30 (18/06/2016)


Abstract

EU cooperation and decision-making is constantly challenged by, often unanticipated, disrupting events, such as the current immigration and economic crises . While the EU does to a certain extent have crisis management mechanisms in place, it often responds in a rather chaotic manner, lacking both effective solutions and democratic legitimacy. The key objectives of this panel are to address the problems of securing effective decisions in EU crisis management, while at the same obtaining legitimacy of the EU’s crisis response. The panel brings together researchers from the Horizon2020 TransCrisis programme to discuss their conceptual scheme, early data, and provisional findings. The four papers covers different transboundary crisis, but are unified in their focus on effectiveness and legitimacy in crisis management.

Title Details
Political Accountability in the EU’s Economic and Financial Crisis Management View Paper Details
Variation in European Crisis Management Regimes View Paper Details
Measuring the Legitimacy of the European Union as a Transboundary Crisis Manager View Paper Details