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

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Appendix D Sample Coding Sheet for Tables 2.1-2.3

Title: Transport (Arts 70-80)

I Delegation and Discretion, Including Agenda Setting
Delegation? Yes
1 Number of provisions: 19
2 Number of provisions with delegation to Commission: 3
• Article 75(4) delegates to the Commission the power to investigate cases of discrimination and take the necessary measures in accordance with provisions of paragraph 3.
• Article 76(1) delegates to the Commission the power to authorize support for particular undertakings or industries, which are otherwise prohibited.
• Article 76(2) delegates to the Commission the power to examine the rates and conditions referred to in Chapter 1 , taking into account a range of factors, and, after consulting member state concerned, take the necessary decisions.
• NB: Article 77 allows the Commission to make recommendations to member states; non-binding, therefore not coded as 'delegation'.
Delegation ratio: Dc (provisions delegating to Commission)/T (total provisions) = 3/19 = 0.1579
II Procedural Constraints
1 Time Limits
2 Spending Limits
3 Reporting Requirements
4 Consultation Requirements: Yes, Articles 76(2) and 79
5 Public Hearings
6 Rule-Making Requirements: Yes, Article 76(2)
7 Appeals Procedures
8 Exemptions: Yes, Article 78 on former East Germany
9 Legislative Action Required
10 Legislative Action Possible
11 Executive Action Required
12 Executive Action Possible

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