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ECPR Futures Lab 2020

Secluded Decision-Making in the European Parliament: Opening the 'Black Box' of Trilogues

European Politics
 
European Union
 
Institutions
 
Parliaments
 
Decision Making
 
European Parliament
 
Policy-Making
 
Panel Number
P410
Panel Chair
Ariadna Ripoll Servent
University of Bamberg
Panel Co-Chair
Anne Rasmussen
University of Copenhagen
Panel Discussant
Monika Mühlböck
University of Vienna
Section

Time
23/08/2018 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: VMP 5 Floor: Ground Room: Lecture Hall B1
Abstract
Trilogues – informal meetings reuniting the European Parliament, the Commission and the Council – have become taken-for-granted structures in EU decision-making, but they continue to raise questions in regards to transparency, access to decision-makers and political conflict within the European Parliament and with other EU institutions. This panel gathers papers employing a range of quantitative and qualitative methods based on interviews, debates, official documents and ethnographic material to assess the role and impact of trilogues in the EU's political system.

Paper List


Title Details
How Transparent are EU Informal Trilogues in Practice? View Paper Details
Preparatory Bodies as Mediators of Political Conflict in Trilogues View Paper Details
Taming Trilogues - The EU’s Law-Making Process in a Comparative Perspective View Paper Details
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