ECPR Standing Group/External
University of Trento, Italy, Trento SGEU Conference
15 - 18 June 2016




Policy-making in the European Union

European Union
 
Public Policy
 
Section Number
S05
Section Chairs
Marcello Carammia
University of Malta
Sebastiaan Princen
University of Utrecht
Section Co-Chair

Abstract
This section invites panel and paper proposals on policy-making in the European Union in a broad sense. This includes processes of agenda-setting, decision-making and policy implementation, as well as the roles of the various institutions and actors in these processes, lobbying and inter-institutional relations. We invite qualitative and quantitative contributions, in-depth case studies, and extensive quantitative analyses. Contributions analysing multi-level institutional and policy dynamics, including Europeanisation, could also be presented. Panels that promise to advance the theoretical and empirical understanding of EU institutions and policy-making processes, or that propose innovative methodologies, will be especially welcome.

Panel List

Number 
Title 
 
 
P031Decision-making in the European Parliament View Panel Details
P037Environmental Policy in the EU View Panel Details
P043EU Migration Policy View Panel Details
P047Europeanization and Compliance View Panel Details
P052Expertise in EU Governance: Evidence from Several Policy Areas View Panel Details
P053Exploring the Europeanisation of EU Surveillance Policies View Panel Details
P059Foreign Policy in the European Union View Panel Details
P077Interest Groups and Decision-Making in EU Policies View Panel Details
P079Interinstitutional Policy-making in the EU View Panel Details
P108The Effectiveness and Legitimacy of the EU Transboundary Crisis Management View Panel Details
P121The Institutional Consequences of the EU's Handling of the Crisis View Panel Details
P124The Political Dynamics of European Integration View Panel Details
P125The Political Dynamics of the Council of Ministers View Panel Details
P126The Politics of Agenda and Proposal Formation View Panel Details
P128The Politics of the EMU View Panel Details
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