NOSAUKUMS Independence and Legitimacy in the Institutional System of the European Union / edited by Dominique Ritleng.
IZDEVUMS First edition
APJOMS - 235 pages ; 24 cm.
BIBLIOGRĀFIJA Includes bibliographical references and index.
SATURS Introduction / Dominique Ritleng --. Lost in transition : the European Commission between intergovernmentalism and integration / Jean Paul Jacqu�e --. The politics of delegation in the European Union / Renaud Dehousse --. The independence and legitimacy of the European Court of Justice / Dominique Ritleng --. The independence of the European Central Bank and its new banking supervisory competences / Chiara Zilioli --. Independence, interdependence and legitimacy : the EU Commission, national competition authorities, and the European Competition Network / Giorgio Monti --. EU agencies and independence / Ellen Vos.
CITI AUTORI Ritleng, Dominique editor
ISBN 9780198769798


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Non-majoritarian bodies, including the European Commission, European Court of Justice, European Central Bank and EU agencies, play an increasing role within the EU’s institutional system. The essays in this volume provide a legal and political analysis, enabling readers to take stock of the increasing recourse to independent bodies, to identify the reasons for granting powers to independent institutions, and the means used to guarantee independence. The essays strive to shed light on the inherent tension between independence and legitimacy and explore ways to reconcile those tensions. The growing political influence of EU non-majoritarian bodies has given rise to calls for more control and accountability. Confronting this legitimacy issue, the volume seeks to assess whether, to what extent, and how, it is possible to control independent EU bodies and render them answerable for their activities, while upholding their independence.


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