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The Politics of EU Multi-Level Administration

European Union
Executives
Governance
Decision Making
P413
Jarle Trondal
University of Agder
Morten Egeberg
Universitetet i Oslo
Alison Harcourt
University of Exeter

Building: BL27 Georg Sverdrups hus, Floor: 3, Room: GS 3513

Friday 17:40 - 19:20 (08/09/2017)


Abstract

Focusing on the executive branch, the EU's administration encompasses the Commission services, the EEAS, EU agencies and agency networks and other relationships to national administrations. The Panel invites Papers on the politics of structuring and staffing this administration, and on how structure and staff composition impact on (multi-level) governance processes, such as political steering and accountability, policy development, the relative importance of supranational and national concerns, the degree of harmonization of implementation practices across member states, and the possible spreading of 'good governance' across Europe.

Title Details
Uncertainty and Hierarchy in the EU Multi-Level Administrative System: An Experimentalist Governance Approach View Paper Details
Redefining Boundaries to Escape Organizational Hypocrisy? View Paper Details
The Accountability Powers of EU Audit Institutions: A Comparative Analysis of Multilevel Accountability View Paper Details
Informing the Information Regulators - An Analysis of Information Exchanges between EU Agencies and National Administrations View Paper Details