The video from the EU Agencies Event, held on 7 December in Maastricht is now available. The event consisted of a debate on the role of EU agencies in the future Europe with academics, practitioners, students and interested citizens.
Marko Milenkovic, ‘European Union Agencies and Third Countries – Increasing Opportunities within Differentiated Integration’ (26 January 2018) Decentralised agencies are now indispensable feature of executive governance in the European Union. There is hardly an area of EU engagement without an
On 20 November the TARNYRP will hold its first workshop on the topic of ‘Current and Future Challenges of EU agencification’. The workshop will focus on the place of agencies in the EU administration, the constitutional implications of EU agencification
On 21 September 2017, TARN will organise its second Dialogue event in Brussels. A discussion will take place about the future challenges of EU agencies. Academics and practitioners will discuss in five panels issues relating to Budgets & Accountability; Performance &
Torbjørg Jevnaker: ‘What next for ACER?’ (January 11, 2017) The EU’s energy agency may get new tasks as proposed in the winter package on the energy union. It might escape standardization, but not controversy. The blog is available at: http://eutarn.blogactiv.eu/2017/01/11/what-next-for-acer/
A new TARN Working Paper entitled ‘The appeal of independence: Exploring Europe’s way of political legitimacy’ by Antoine Vauchez has been published. Click here to access the paper
The sixth TARN Working Paper titled ‘ Redundancy in multilevel energy governance: Why (and when) regulatory overlap can be valuable’ written by Martijn L.P. Groenleer has been published. Click here to access the paper