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100 1  Windhoff-Héritier, Adrienne,|d1944-|0
245 10 European Parliament ascendant :|bparliamentary strategies 
       of self-empowerment in the EU /|cAdrienne Heritier, 
       Katharina L. Meissner, Catherine Moury, Magnus G. 
264  1 Cham, Switzerland :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c[2019] 
300    1 online resource (199 pages). 
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490 1  European Administrative Governance. 
500    Includes index. 
505 0  Intro; Contents; Chapter 1 Introduction; References; Part 
       I Theory and Expectations; Chapter 2 Theoretical Argument 
       and Expectations; 2.1 Changing Institutional Rules I: A 
       Rationalist Bargaining Explanation; 2.1.1 Formal and 
       Informal Institutional Change; 2.1.2 EP Strategies to 
       Obtain Formal and Informal Institutional Change: Why They 
       Succeed and Why They Fail; Delaying; Issue
       -Linkage; Arena-Linkage; Alliance; 
       Alliance with Member States; Alliance with National 
       Parliaments; Alliance with Non-Majoritarian Actors; 
       Unilateral Action or 'Moving First' 
505 8  Sanctioning2.2 Changing Institutional Rules II: Norm-Based
       Explanations; 2.2.1 EP's Empowerment Through the Logic of 
       Appropriateness; 2.2.2 EP's Empowerment Through the Logic 
       of Arguing; Providing Expertise; 2.2.3 EP's 
       Empowerment Through Rhetorical Action; Shaming; Mobilising External Actors/Public Opinion; 
       External Actors; Public Opinion; References; Chapter 3 
       Methodology and Case Selection; References; Part II The 
       European Parliament's Institutional Empowerment; Chapter 4
       The European Parliament in Legislation; 4.1 From 
       Consultation to Cooperation 
505 8  4.2 The Right of Legislative InitiativeReferences; Chapter
       5 The European Parliament in the Nomination and 
       Investiture of the Commission; 5.1 Informal Vote on the 
       President of the Commission; 5.2 Informal Vote of 
       Investiture of the Commission; 5.3 Formalisation of the 
       Investiture of the Commission by the EP (Maastricht 
       Treaty); 5.4 Informal Approval of the Commission President
       by the EP; 5.5 Formal Approval of the Commission President
       by the EP (Amsterdam Treaty); 5.6 The Investiture of 
       Individual Commissioners; 5.7 Election of the Commission 
       President by the EP (2014) 
505 8  5.8 Nomination of Candidates for the Presidency by EP 
       Political Groups5.9 Conclusion; References; Chapter 6 The 
       European Parliament in the Budgetary Process; 6.1 From the
       Treaty of Rome to the 1970 Budgetary Treaty; 6.2 The 
       Informal Right to Reject the Whole Draft Budget; 6.3 The 
       1975 Budgetary Treaty; 6.4 From the Budgetary Treaties to 
       the Inter-Institutional Agreement of 1988; 6.4.1 
       Compulsory and Non-compulsory Expenditures; 6.4.2 
       Legislative Powers Through Budgetary Powers; 6.5 The 1988 
       Inter-Institutional Agreement (IIA); 6.6 From the IIA of 
       1988 to the Constitutional Treaty 
505 8  6.7 Discharge6.8 The Constitutional Treaty and Lisbon 
       Treaty; 6.9 After the Lisbon Treaty; 6.10 Conclusion; 
       References; Part III The European Parliament in 
       Substantive Policy Areas; Chapter 7 The European 
       Parliament in Economic Governance; 7.1 Six-Pack 
       Legislation; 7.2 Two-Pack Legislation; 7.3 Fiscal Compact;
       7.4 Article 136 and the European Stability Mechanism 
       (ESM); 7.5 Banking Union; 7.6 Conclusions; References; 
       Chapter 8 The European Parliament in External Agreements; 
       8.1 Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial 
       Telecommunications (SWIFT) Agreement 
520    This book analyses the European Parliament's strategies of
       self-empowerment over time stretching across cases of new 
       institutional prerogatives as well as substantive policy 
       areas. It considers why and how the Parliament has managed
       to gain formal and informal powers in this wide variety of
       cases. The book provides a systematic and comparative 
       analysis of the European Parliament's formal and informal 
       empowerment in two broad sets of cases: on the one hand, 
       it examines the EP's empowerment since the Treaty of Rome 
       in three areas that are characteristic of parliamentary 
       democracies, namely legislation, the budget, and the 
       investiture of the executive. On the other hand, it 
       analyses the European Parliament's role in highly 
       politicised policy areas, namely Economic and Monetary 
       Governance and the shaping of EU trade agreements. 
       Adrienne Heritier is Emeritus Professor of Social and 
       Political Sciences at the European University Institute, 
       Italy. Her research focuses on European policy-making, 
       comparative public policy, European decision making 
       processes, theories of institutional change and 
       deregulation, and re-regulation and new modes of 
       governance. Katharina L. Meissner is an assistant 
       professor at the Centre for European Integration Research 
       (EIF), Department of Political Science, University of 
       Vienna, Austria. Her research interests include European 
       Union Foreign Policy, International Trade and Security 
       Relations, International Political Economy and Regional 
       Integration. Catherine Moury is Senior Lecturer in the 
       Department of Political Studies, at the New University of 
       Lisbon, Portugal. Her current research is focused on 
       Comparative Politics and EU studies. Magnus G. Schoeller 
       is a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for European 
       Integration Research (EIF), Department of Political 
       Science, University of Vienna, Austria. His work focuses 
       on European politics, EU economic and monetary policy, and
       political leadership.--|cProvided by publisher. 
588 0  Print version record. 
610 20 European Parliament.|0
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Meissner, Katharina L.,|0
700 1  Moury, Catherine,|0
700 1  Schoeller, Magnus G.,|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|aHeritier, Adrienne.|tEuropean Parliament
       Ascendant : Parliamentary Strategies of Self-Empowerment 
       in the EU.|dCham : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2019
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