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Unveiling the Council of the European Union : games governments play in Brussels

Author: Daniel Naurin; Helen Wallace
Publisher: Basingstoke [England] ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
Series: Palgrave studies in European Union politics.
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For a long time our textbook knowledge of what is happening in the Council of the European Union - the major decision forum of the EU - was to a large extent based on limited interview-based evidence. One reason for that was the closed nature of the Council. In a very few years, however, thanks to new transparency rules and increased efforts by scholars, we have seen a whole range of superb qualitative and  Read more...
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Unveiling the Council of the European Union.
Basingstoke [England] ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2008
(DLC) 2008021570
(OCoLC)229467398
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Naurin; Helen Wallace
ISBN: 9780230583788 0230583784
OCLC Number: 432713044
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 320 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Introduction: From Rags to Riches; D. Naurin and H. Wallace --
PART I: COALITION-BUILDING --
Voting and Coalitions in the Council after the Enlargement; M. Mattila --
Voting, Statements and Coalition-Building in the Council from 1999 to 2006; S. Hagemann --
East-North-South: Coalition-Building in the Council Before and After Enlargement; D. Naurin and R. Lindahl --
PART II: CONSENSUS --
Veto Players Theory and Consensus Behaviour; T.K̲nig and D. Junge --
The Mechanisms of Consensus: Coming to Agreement on Community Asylum Policy; J.P. Aus --
PART III: DELIBERATION --
Deliberation and Bargaining in the Article 113 Committee and the 1996/97 IGC Representatives Group; A. Niemann --
Risk Regulation, GMOs, and the Limits of Deliberation; M.A. Pollack and G.C. Shaffer --
Strategic Bargaining, Norms, and Deliberation; J. Lewis --
PART IV: LEADERSHIP --
The Power of the Chair: Formal Leadership by the Council Presidency; J. Tallberg --
Steering, but not Dominating: The Impact of the Council Presidency on EU Legislation; A. Warntjen --
The Facilitator of Efficient Negotiations in the Council: The Impact of the Council Secretariat; D. Beach --
The Relative Power of Member States in the Council: Large and Small, Old and New; R. Thomson --
PART V: METHODOLOGICAL DEBATE --
How Should we Best Study the Council of Ministers?; D. Heisenberg --
Neither Goethe nor Bismarck: On the Link between Theory and Empirics in Council Decision-Making Studies; G. Schneider --
Series Title: Palgrave studies in European Union politics.
Responsibility: edited by Daniel Naurin and Helen Wallace.

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