Marco Inglese ‘The External Projection of EU’s Agencies: An Emphasis on the Ombudsman’s Role (6 October 2017). The ‘agencification’ of EU law is a long discussed process encompassing, on the one hand, the far-reaching regulatory powers that agencies enjoy, and
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 &
The 14th edition of the Summer School “EU and Legal Reform” was held in Herceg Novi, Montenegro from 10-14 July this year with participation of four TARN scholars – prof Ellen Vos, prof Christian Joerges, prof Michelle Everson and Dr
Maurizia de Bellis: ‘Procedural Rule-Making of European Supervisory Agencies (ESAs): An Effective Tool for Legitimacy?’ (31 August 2017) After the ruling of the Court of Justice in the European Securities and Markets Authorities (ESMA)-short selling case, two paradigms of legitimation
Merijn Chamon and Valerie Demedts: ‘Constitutional Limits to the EU Agencies’ External Relations’ (31 August 2017) The present working paper traces the constitutional limits to the external action of EU agencies. The paper argues that these limits are a combination
On 6 September 2017 two TARN Partners, Morten Egeberg and Jarle Trondal, will chair a panel entitled: ‘The Politics of EU Multilevel Administration’ at the 2017 ECPR General Conference in Oslo. The panel is part of the section ‘The Politics
Vigjilenca Abazi, ‘EU Agencies: What Protection for Whistleblowers?’ (8 August 2017) Whistleblowers provide a critical checking function in ensuring accountability, fighting corruption and protecting the public interest as they have direct access to valuable information and insights of their organisations.
The Young Researchers Platform of the Academic Research Network on Agencification of EU Executive Governance (TARNYRP) aims to bring together early career academics doing research on the agencification of EU executive governance. On 20 November 2017 TARNYRP organizes a workshop.
Joan Solanes Mullor: ‘Linking the EU and National Agencification Processes: A Growing Need to Overcome Inconsistencies’ (13 July 2017) The Agencification process in Europe presents two dimensions: the EU and national levels. Over the last two decades, the EU has
TARN will take part in the “EU and Legal Reform” summer school in Herceg Novi, Montenegro that takes place from 10-14 July. The summer school is organized by the Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development (CCSDD) and Institute of