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Kreppel, Amie, 1968–. The European Parliament and Supranational Party System : a study in institutional

Kreppel, Amie, 1968–. The European Parliament and Supranational Party System : a study in institutional. development, Amie Kreppel. p. cm. – (Cambridge studies in comparative politics). Includes bibliographical references and index. This book examines the remarkable institutional development of the European Parliament since its inception in 1957, and particularly since it began its metamorphosis in earnest in the 1970s. It is not the actual increases to the powers of the EP that interest me, but rather the effect of these increases in terms of the internal institutional evolution of the EP as a legislature.

This book examines the impact of increased legislative power and political authority on the internal development of the European Parliament and the supranational party group system

This book examines the impact of increased legislative power and political authority on the internal development of the European Parliament and the supranational party group system. This is done through an analysis of changes in the hierarchical structures that regulate the internal organization of both the European Parliament as a whole and the individual party groups.

Cambridge Core - UN and International Organisations - The European Parliament and . A Study in Institutional Development. Bicameralism and the balance of power in EU legislative politics. The Journal of Legislative Studies, Vol. 24, Issue.

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This book examines the impact of increased legislative power and political authority on the internal development of the European Parliament and the supranational party group system. In addition, the changing pattern of coalition formation between party groups across time and legislative procedure is analyzed.

Amie Kreppel is an American political scientist and a Jean Monnet Chair (ad personam), title awarded by the European . The European Parliament and the Supranational Party System: A Study of Institutional Development.

Amie Kreppel is an American political scientist and a Jean Monnet Chair (ad personam), title awarded by the European Commission to top professors in the field of EU studies. She is currently director of the Center for European Studies at the University of Florida, a Jean Monnet Center of Excellence co-funded by the European Union. She is also Academic career. Cambridge University Press (Studies in Comparative Politics) 2002.

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This book examines the impact of increased legislative power and political authority on the internal development of the European Parliament and the supranational party group system. This is done through an analysis of changes in the hierarchical structures that regulate the internal organization of both the European Parliament as a whole and the individual party groups. In addition, the changing pattern of coalition formation between party groups across time and legislative procedure is analyzed.
The European Parliament and Supranational Party System: A Study in Institutional Development (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics) download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Amie Kreppel
ISBN: 0521000793
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (December 17, 2001)
Pages: 282 pages