The Europeanization of Domestic Legislatures

The Empirical Implications of the Delors' Myth in Nine Countries

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-1501-5 (Print) 978-1-4614-1502-2 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-19

    Delors’ Myth: The Scope and Impact of the Europeanization of Law Production

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    Pages 21-37

    EU Legislative Activities and Domestic Politics

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    Pages 39-58

    Measuring the “Europeanization” of Austrian Law-Making: Legal and Contextual Factors

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    Pages 59-73

    The Minor Impact of EU on Legislation in Finland

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    Pages 75-93

    Are French Laws Written in Brussels? The Limited Europeanization of Law-Making in France and Its Implications

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    Pages 95-108

    Does Europeanization Change Executive–Parliament Relations? Executive Dominance and Parliamentary Responses in Germany

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    Pages 109-130

    Leading Governments and Unwilling Legislators: The European Union and the Italian Law Making (1987–2006)

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    Pages 131-149

    The Europeanization of Domestic Legislation in Luxembourg

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    Pages 151-172

    Myths and Milestones: The Europeanization of the Legislative Agenda in the Netherlands

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    Pages 173-196

    The Europeanization of Law-Making Activities in Spain

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    Pages 197-221

    So Close, Yet So Far? The EU’s Footprint in Swiss Legislative Production

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    Pages 223-239

    Going Beyond: Causes of Europeanization

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 241-244