Introduction: Rationale of the Symposium
3 Pages Posted: 20 Oct 2014
Date Written: November 2014
This symposium item belongs to a section headed: SYMPOSIUM: CONVENTIONAL WISDOMS UNDER CHALLENGE – REVIEWING THE EU’S DEMOCRATIC DEFICIT IN TIMES OF CRISIS, which also includes Integration without Representation? The European Parliament and the Reform of Economic Governance in the EU by Berthold Rittberger (DOI: ), Parliaments in the Euro Crisis: Can the Losers of Integration Still Fight Back? by Katrin Auel and Oliver Höing (DOI: ), ‘European Elections are Second‐Order Elections’: Is Received Wisdom Changing? by Richard Corbett (DOI: ), From ‘Sleeping Giant’ to Left–Right Politicization? National Party Competition on the EU and the Euro Crisis by Eric Miklin (DOI: ), No Demos? Identities and Public Spheres in the Euro Crisis by Thomas Risse (DOI: ), From Regulatory State to a Democratic Default by Giandomenico Majone (DOI: ).
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