List of Tables
|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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Book title: The Engines of European Integration: Delegation, Agency, and Agenda Setting in the EU.
Contributors: Mark A. Pollack - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford, England.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: x.
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