The Engines of European Integration: Delegation, Agency, and Agenda Setting in the EU

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I.1 Case selection, by issue area and decision rules 12
2.1 Delegation and discretion of executive powers, Consolidated Treaties 94
2.2 Executive powers delegated to the European Commission, Consolidated Treaties 95
2.3 Types of constraint in executive delegation, Consolidated Treaties 100
2.4 Comitology procedures under the Council Decision of July 1987 118
2.5 Comitology procedures under the Council Decision of June 1999 123
2.6 Institutional comitology preferences: all new procedures 132
3.1 Jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in the EC Treaty 158
3.2 Appointment and terms of ECJ judges in comparative perspective 168
3.3 Thresholds to legislative overruling: the EU in comparative perspective 173
3.4 Jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice, in the Treaty on European Union 182
4.1 The expansion of the European Parliament's powers, 1957-1997 206
4.2 Procedural preference rankings, Commission and European Parliament 234
4.3 Legislative powers of the European Parliament 237
C.1 The Treaty of Nice: Summary of provisions relating to the powers and discretion of the Commission, the Court of Justice, the European Parliament, and the Council of Ministers 400

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