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

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Index
accession of new members 229-30 , 392 , 399-401
acquis communautaire382 , 409
acquis nationale409
acte clair doctrine 77
actuarial tables 368-70
additionality 15 , 341 , 344-5 , 346 , 348 , 349
Adenauer, K. 79
administrative law 89-90 , 287 , 290
as fire-alarm 146-54
notice-and-comment rules 150
administrative procedures
agent control 40-2
see also oversight procedures
advance notification 41
advisory committee 116 , 126 , 132 , 135
African Union 405
agency
and agenda setting 16
costs 26 , 378
discretion 19
of international organizations 405-6
measuring 66-72
preferences 263
agenda 10-12
agenda-setting 4 , 10-12 , 25 , 153
and agency 16 , 47-56
by the Commission 84-5 , 92 , 104 , 325-40
by the Court 53-6
by the Parliament 53-6 , 222
conditions for 51-2 , 406-7
formal 7-8 , 47-9 , 58-9 , 378-9
informal 7-8 , 49-56 , 58-9
in sociological institutionalism 58-9
measuring 66-72
agents 20
agenda-setting 47-56
control of 39 , 40-2
discretion 6-7 , 28-9
preferences 5 , 34-9 , 320 , 321 , 384
agriculture 10 , 14 , 102 , 106 , 128
see also Blair House agreement ; Common Agricultural Policy ; General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
Agriculture Council 278
Allen, D. 286
Alter, K. 163 , 190 , 192 , 195 , 302 , 308 , 309 , 310
amendment rules 49 , 85
Andriessen, F. 274 , 293
Annan, K. 407
anticipated reactions 264
approximation of laws 93-4 , 101
Arnull, A. 303
Article 12 186
Article 25 (ex 12) EC 185
Article 28 (ex 30) EC 299 , 301 , 302 , 303-8 , 312-13 , 370
Article 30 (ex 36) EC 300
Article 33(7) EC 303
Article 34 (ex K.6) 183
Article 35 (ex K.7) 183 , 419
Article 37 (ex 43) EC 219
Article 39 (ex K.11) 220
Article 46 (ex L) 180 , 181 , 420
Article 68 (ex 73p) EC 181 , 419
Article 81 (ex 85) EC 282 , 285 , 290
Article 82 (ex 86) EC 282 , 284
Article 92 (ex 98) EC 236
Articles 90-92 (ex 92-94) EC 282
Article 93 (ex 99) EC 236
Article 114 EC 366 , 371-2
Article 118a (ex 177) EC 324 , 327-8 , 329-30 , 333 , 335-6 , 338
Article 133 EC 97 , 265 , 280
Article 137 EC 325 , 337
Article 138 (now 190) 254
Article 141 (ex 119) EC 350-4 , 356 , 360-70
Article 147 (ex 124) EC 93 , 97
Article 149 EC 104
Article 195 (ex 138a) EC 90 , 208
Article 177 185 , 192 , 196
Article 195 (ex 138a) EC 90 , 208
Article 202 (ex 145) EC 88 , 116 , 415
Article 211 (ex 155) EC 88 , 415
Article 213 (ex 157) EC 88 , 415
Article 216 (ex 166) EC 111
Article 223 (ex 167) EC 166 , 416
Article 226 (ex 169) EC 86 , 87 , 104 , 160 , 185 , 191 , 200 , 417
Article 227 (ex 170) EC 104 , 191 , 200 , 417
Article 228 (ex 171) EC 86 , 161-2 , 417

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