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ECPR General Conference 2020, University of Innsbruck

The European Parliament and the EU’s Policy-Making Process

European Union
 
Parliaments
 
Policy-Making
 
Panel Number
P443
Panel Chair
Mechthild Roos
University of Luxembourg
Panel Discussants
Laura Landorff
Aalborg Universitet
Claudia Wiesner
University of Jyväskylä
Section

Time
23/08/2018 15:50 - 17:30
Location
Building: VMP 5 Floor: Ground Room: Lecture Hall B1
Abstract
The parliamentary dimension of the EU has undergone frequent far-reaching changes since the beginnings of European integration. Although the European Parliament (EP) holds today a powerful position in EU policy-making procedures, its role is far from fixed with regard to its parliamentary powers in a variety of policy areas. The contributions to this panel shed light on such areas in which the Members of the EP (MEPs) continuously seek to extend their institution’s influence, namely external migration policy and economic governance. The contributions focus furthermore on structures and procedures within the EP through which MEPs pursue the increase of the EP’s efficiency in policy-making. Cases under examination are different procedures of parliamentary scrutiny, agenda-setting strategies through EP resolutions, and especially influential roles such as rapporteurships and committee chairmanships. The panel furthermore compares the European parliamentary dimension to the role played by national parliaments in policy-making processes, amongst others within federal systems. Based on its contributions, this panel will add new insights into the EP’s permanently developing role in EU policy-making.

Paper List


Title Details
Crisis, Change and Continuity: The Role of the European Parliament in EU External Migration Policy View Paper Details
Does Parliamentary Scrutiny Matter? The Autonomy of Federal Executives in the Council Vis-À-Vis Their Regional and National Parliaments View Paper Details
European Parliament Resolutions – Effective Agenda Setting or Whistling into the Wind? View Paper Details
Institutional Capacities as Determinants of EP´s Legislative Outputs View Paper Details
The Economic Dialogue: An Effective Accountability Tool? View Paper Details
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