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Executive-Legislative (Im)balance in the European Union (eBook)

Edited by: Diane Fromage, Anna Herranz-Surrallés

ISBN13: 9781509930012
Published: February 2021
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
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This book offers a (re-)assessment of the balance between executive and legislative powers at both national and European levels taking all these recent changes into account. It asks whether parliaments were truly empowered with the implementation of the Lisbon Treaty or whether this change was in reality much curtailed in the wake of the Eurocrisis and other recent challenges. It brings together lawyers and political scientists to provide a multidisciplinary and multi-level analysis.

It firstly examines the imbalance that exists between executive and legislative powers in a multilevel perspective and considers issues such as strategies to recalibrate executive-legislative relations. Secondly, it considers Member States, from an individual and comparative perspective. Finally, it explores the executive-legislative relations in those policy areas which are particularly sensitive to governments, such as trade policies, economic governance, and justice.

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EU Law, eBooks
Contents:
Introduction: Executive–Legislative (Im)balance in the European Union
Diane Fromage, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, and Anna Herranz-Surralles Maastricht University, The Netherlands
PART I. EXECUTIVE–LEGISLATIVE RELATIONS FROM A MULTI-LEVEL PERSPECTIVE
1. Recalibration of Executive–Legislative Relations in the European Union: Strategies Inspired by the Trilemma of Democracy, Sovereignty and Integration
Peter Bursens, University of Antwerp, Belgium
2. The Anticipation Function of Interinstitutional Agreements: A Smooth Mechanism to Recalibrate Executive–Legislative Relations
Marco Urban, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
3. Divided Accountability of the Council and the European Council: The Challenge of Collective Parliamentary Oversight
Elena Griglio, LUISS Guido Carli University, Italy
4. Executive–Legislative Relations and Delegated Powers in the European Union: Continuous Recalibration?
Thomas Christiansen, LUISS Guido Carli University, Italy, and Sabina Lange, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
PART II. EXECUTIVE–LEGISLATIVE (IM)BALANCE WITHIN MEMBER STATES
5. The Implementation of EU Law in Member States and its Impact on the Relationship between Parliaments and Governments
Diane Fromage, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
6. National Strategies of EU Law Transposition: Does the Distinction between Legislative and Executive Measures Matter in Practice?
Robert Zbiral, Masaryk University, Czech Republic, and Jan Grinc, Charles University, Czech Republic
7. Failed Constitutional Reforms and Silent Constitutional Transformations in Executive–Legislative Relations: The Case of Italy
Nicola Lupo, LUISS Guido Carli University, Italy
8. Short-Lived Reparliamentarisation? A Year of Eff orts to 'Take Back Control' from the Executive in the Brexit House of Commons
Kathryn Wright, University of York, UK
PART III. EXECUTIVE–LEGISLATIVE (IM)BALANCE AND VARIATIONS ACROSS POLICY AREAS
9. How the Debates on Trade Policy Helped Rebalance the Executive–Legislative Relationship in Favour of the European Parliament
Peter Marton, New Zealand Mission to the EU in Brussels, Belgium
10. A Temporary Recalibration of Executive–Legislative Relations on EU Trade Agreements? The Case of National and Regional Parliaments on CETA and TTIP
Cristina Fasone, LUISS Guido Carli University, Italy, and Maria Romaniello, IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy
11. Exploring Interaction between National Parliaments and the European Parliament in EU Trade Policy
Katharina L Meissner, University of Vienna, Austria, and Guri Rosen, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway
12. The European Parliament's Role in the Operation of Trade Agreements: Parliamentary Control and Executive – Legislative Balance in External Action
Wolfgang Weiß, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer, Germany
13. Representative Democracy in Financial Crisis Governance: New Challenges in the EU Multi-level System
Claudia Wiesner, Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Germany
14. Towards the ' Normalisation ' of Security? Executive– Legislative Relations in an Expanding EU Security and Defence Policy
Anna Herranz-Surralles, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
15. The Balance of Powers and the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy
Graham Butler, Aarhus University, Denmark
16. All Buzz, No Bite: The Parliamentarisation of the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
Angela Tacea, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
17. Epilogue: Executives, Legislatures and the Semantics of EU Public Law: A Pandemic-Inflected Perspective
Peter L Lindseth, University of Connecticut, USA

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