Explaining Institutional Change in Europe

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Index
Note: page numbers in italic indicate tables.
Accession Treaty 154
actors
defined 12
types of 48, 51
adjudication 9, 230, 239, 240, 241
adverse selection 23
Advisory Committee on Restrictive Practices and Dominant Positions 174 n. 139 & 140
advisory committee procedure 201 n., 207
Aglietta Reports 214–15, 216
Amato, G. 221
Amato working group 222
Amsterdam Treaty 107, 109, 163, 165
and Art. 214, EC Treaty, amendment of 149
and CFSP 133
audience cost theory 24 n. 21
bargaining 8, 41–2, 44–5
bargaining costs 17
bargaining theory 213
Barre, R. 184
Barroso, J. 155
Barroso Commission 155
Bartolini, S. 38
Beach, D. 79–80, 82, 83, 93
Bergstrom, C.F. 223
Bertram, C. 181
Biseheuvel, B. 190 n. 157
bounded rationality 15
bricolage 58
Brittan, L. 161
Brok, E. 104 n. 66, 149
Brousseau, E. 46 n. 41
Brussels Summit of European Council 80
Budden, P. 86
budgetary control 217
budgetary powers 95 n., 107 n. 78, 180
and CAP 117
and ECJ 203
and stalling of legislation 74, 77, 191–2, 215
budgets 85, 122, 123, 185, 186
rebate 19
trialogues 130
withholding 209,211,224,231
Bundesbank 184
Buttiglione, R. 155
call-back system 220,221–2
CAP (common agricultural policy) 117, 122, 171, 173–4
Council Regulations 175
finances 186
financial regulation of 179
UK and 187
Caporaso 50, 68, 143
Carlo Tedeschi v. Denkavit Commerciale 189–90
Case 302/87 EP v. Council 202
censure, right of 140,142
CFSP (Common Foreign and Security Policy) 131, 133
Charter of Fundamental Rights 115 n. 87
Checkel, J. 62
Chemiefarma v. Commission 183
Christian Democrat Party, Germany 161
club goods 13 n.
Coase, R. 14
Cockfield, Lord 80 n. 28
co-decision 99, 110, 114,214,215,216
application of 101–3, 106, 108, 206, 207
as bargaining power 217,219,227
and comitology 207, 209, 222
extension of 105
impact of 233, 244
introduction of 81, 96, 108, 207
Presidency and 133
and QMV 106 n. 75, 112, 116
scope of 92, 93, 94–5, 97–8, 103, 104–5, 106, 107, 111, 112
Collins, K. 101
comitology 98, 171–227, 238–40
1957 to establishment of Management Committee System 172–9
Amsterdam Treaty to Second Comitology Decision 214–18
conclusions 225–7

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Tables x
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: Plan of the Book 3
  • 3: Theories of Institutional Change 5
  • 4: Empirical Cases 67
  • 5: Conclusion 228
  • References 247
  • Index 265
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