The European Implementation Assessment (EIA) drawn up by TARN Partner Ellen Vos was presented to the Constitutional Affairs Committee of the European Parliament on 27 November. This EIA ‘EU Agencies, Common Approach and Parliamentary Scrutiny’ was commissioned by the Ex-post Evaluation
On 14 December 2018, TARNYRP member David Fernandez Rojo will defend his PhD thesis at the University of Deusto (Bilbao, Spain). The Tribunal Committee is composed of Prof. Alejandro del Valle, Prof. Montserrat Pi Llorens, Prof. Joana Abrisketa, Prof. Christian Kaunert
TARN is happy to announce its new logo, which can be found on the home page. In addition, TARN’s main focus has expanded to include not only the phenomenon of ‘agencification’, but also the highly relevant topic of ‘institutional innovation’.
On 18-19 June, a joint EBA-TARN Conference took place in London on the topic of: ‘Financial Regulation, the Banking Union and the European Banking Authority: Lessons for the Future’. Academics and practitioners came together at the premises of the EBA
On 18 July, a workshop entitled ‘Procedures of EU Agencies: financial services and public utilities’ will take place in Rome. The programme for the event can be found here
Andreas Eriksen, ‘“Accountability overload”: Too much of a good thing?’ (17 July 2018) The study of the accountability of administrative agencies should enable us to assess whether agency decisions are appropriately scrutinized. In order for this to be possible, we
Florin Coman-Kund, Assistant Professor in European Union Law at the Erasmus School of Law (ESL) of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, has recently published a first monograph on the topic of EU agencies’ international cooperation. The publication offers an all-embracing investigation
Jacopo Alberti, Research Fellow at the University of Milan, has written a book entitled “Le agenzie dell’Unione europea”. For those who read Italian (or are particularly willing to learn it), the volume gives an in-depth analysis of EU agencies and
The Europa Instituut of the University of Leiden and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law annually organize a conference to discuss current developments in European Union Law. This year will be the fifty-seventh Leiden-London Meeting; it will take
ReNEUAL, a research network on the simplification of EU administrative law, of which TARN Partners Giacinto della Cananea, Deirdre Curtin and Herwig Hofmann are members, has een announced as one of the recipients of the Altiero Spinelli Prize for Outreach for 2017.