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

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Appendix B Issue-Area Categories for Tables 2.1-2.3
Issue-area categories are drawn, with a few exceptions noted below, from the bold-faced title and chapter headings laid down in the 'Consolidated Version of the Treaty Establishing the European Community' (hereinafter the EC Treaty, or TEC) and the 'Consolidated Version of the Treaty on European Union' (hereinafter the EU Treaty, or TEU). Specifically, categories 1-32 are drawn from Part Three of the EC Treaty, entitled 'Community Policies'; category 33 is drawn from elsewhere in the EC Treaty; categories 34-35 represent the second and third pillars of the EU Treaty. A complete list of issue areas follows (with Treaty article numbers in parentheses):
1 The Customs Union (TEC Articles 25-27)
2 Prohibition of Quantitative Restrictions Between Member States (TEC 28-31)
3 Agriculture (TEC 33-38)
4 Free Movement of Workers (TEC 39-42)
5 Right of Establishment (TEC 43-48)
6 Free Movement of Services (TEC 49-55)
7 Free Movement of Capital and Payments (TEC 56-60)
8 Visas, Asylum, Immigration and Other Policies Relating to the Free Movement of Persons (TEC 61-69)
9 Transport (TEC 70-80)
10 Rules on Competition Applying to Undertakings (TEC 81-86)
11 Rules on Competition: Aids Granted by States (TEC 87-89)
12 Tax Provisions (TEC 90-93)
13 Approximation of Laws (TEC 94-97)
14 EMU: Economic Policy (TEC 98-104)
15 EMU: Monetary Policy (TEC 105-111)
16 EMU: Institutional Provisions (TEC 112-115)
17 EMU: Transitional Provisions (TEC 116-124)
18 Employment (TEC 125-130)
19 Common Commercial Policy (TEC 131-134)
20 Customs Cooperation (TEC 135)
21 Social Provisions (TEC 136-145)
22 European Social Fund (TEC 146-148)
23 Education, Vocational Training and Youth (TEC 139-150)
24 Culture (TEC 151)
25 Public Health (TEC 152)
26 Consumer Protection (TEC 153)

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