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The European Parliament between Supranationalism and (New) Intergovernmentalism

Europe (Central and Eastern)
European Politics
European Union
Parliaments
P387
Katharina Meissner
University of Vienna
Magnus G. Schoeller
University of Vienna
Guri Rosén
Oslo Metropolitan University
European Union

Thursday 15:50 - 17:30 (07/09/2017)

Building: BL09 Eilert Sundts hus, A-Blokka Floor: 1 Room: ES AUD2

Abstract

What role does the European Parliament (EP) have in current European Union (EU) politics and how does it locate itself in the contemporary supranational-intergovernmental balance? Recent contributions on the “new intergovernmentalism” observe a transformation of EU politics in the form of fading supranationalisation (where supranationalisation means the empowerment of supranational actors such as the EP). Other accounts, by contrast, observe an empowerment of the EP even after the Lisbon treaty. Therefore, this panel seeks to examine the EP’s role across policies between the poles of (new) intergovernmentalism, on the one hand, and the EU’s parliamentarization, on the other hand. It includes papers which analyze the EP’s role in different EU policies and with regard to perspectives of supranationalism and/or (new) intergovernmentalism.

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Competitive Deregulation vs. Uploading of High Standards: The Europeanisation of Data Protection Regulation and the Role of the European Parliament View Paper Details
The European Parliament in the CFSP – Between Intergovernmental Rules and Supranational Practices View Paper Details
The European Parliament in the 'New' EU Governance View Paper Details