Observatory on Institutional Change and Reforms

The Observatory on Institutional Change and Reforms is devoted to the analysis of institutional reforms and adaptations in the current institutional design of the EU, particularly ones that are more likely to foster democratic accountability and an increased popular acceptance of the Union.

 

Structure


The Observatory is co-directed by Bruno de Witte (Maastricht University and EUI) and Adrienne Héritier (EUI).

 

New Publications 


 

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Creating EU law judges: the role of generational differences, legal education and judicial career paths in national judges' assessment regarding EU law knowledge by Juan A. Mayoral, Urszula Jaremba & Tobias Nowak in Journal of European Policy, 2014. 

 

 

 

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Social rights in times of crisis in the Eurozone : the role of fundamental rights’ challenges , EUI Working Paper edited by Claire Kilpatrick and Bruno de Witte, 2014/05

 

 

 

 Pouvoirs

  Union européenne, zone euro : quels gouvernements ? by Bruno de Witte, in Pouvoirs, 2014/2 (n° 149)

 

 

Latest News
The Informal Politics of Codecision

The Informal Politics of Codecision

Description
A new dataset on all 797 legislative files concluded under codecision between 1999 and 2009 is now available online
Date:
16/06/2014
The Constitutional Architecture of the Economic Governance in the EU

The Constitutional Architecture of the Economic Governance in the EU

Description
Workshop organised by EUDO Institutions with CSF (Center for Studies on Federalism), STALS (Sant'Anna Legal Studies) and the Center for Studies on Parliament, Luiss Guido Carli University (LUISS), 23 March 2012, Villa Malafrasca, EUI
Date:
13/03/2012
 

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