Title:Codecision and its discontents : intra-organisational politics and institutional reform in the European Parliament Author(s):HERITIER, Adrienne; REH, ChristineDate:2012Citation:
- West European Politics, 2012, 35, 5, 1134-1157
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article investigates the consequences of fast-track legislation in the European Union. Previous research has explained why fast-track legislation occurs and evaluated its democratic repercussions. This study focuses ...
Title:Quality and environmental regulation : verifying compliance along the supply chain Author(s):TZAVARA, Dionisia; HERITIER, AdrienneDate:2012Citation:
- Business and Politics, 2012, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 1-24
Type:ArticleAbstract:Among the factors providing incentives to monitor the behaviour of input suppliers are the regulatory requirements to which downstream firms are subject. We develop a formal economic model to examine the relationship between ...
Title:Twenty years of legislative codecision in the European Union : experience and implications Author(s):HERITIER, AdrienneDate:2013Citation:
- Journal of European Public Policy, 2013, Vol. 20, No. 7, pp. 1074-1082
Type:ArticleAbstract:Twenty years of practising codecision offers a welcome opportunity to pause and consider the structures, processes and policy impacts arising from this procedure and allows for a fine-grained analysis of the operation of ...
Title:New Modes of Governance in the Shadow of Hierarchy: Self-regulation by Industry in Europe Author(s):HERITIER, Adrienne; ECKERT, SandraDate:2008Citation:
- Journal of Public Policy, 2008, 28, 1, 113-138
Type:ArticleAbstract:In technically complex areas, political actors increasingly rely on private actors to shape public policy, due to the greater expertise of private actors. This article theorises and empirically investigates the conditions ...
Title:Self-Regulation by Associations. Collective Action Problems in European Environmental Regulation Author(s):HERITIER, Adrienne; ECKERT, SandraDate:2009Citation:
- Business and Politics, 2009, 11, 1
Type:ArticleAbstract:How and to what effect do firms coordinate their actions to deal with the negative external effects of productive activity? Under which conditions do associations engage in self-regulation and how do they tackle the specific ...
Title:Mutual Recognition: Comparing Policy Areas Author(s):HERITIER, AdrienneDate:2007Citation:
- Journal of European Public Policy, 2007, 14, 5, 800-813
Type:ArticleAbstract:Based on the analysis of the different policy areas discussed in this volume, this article proposes a strategic choice argument to account for the differential outcomes in the establishing of mutual recognition and, if ...
Title:Introduction: Contested Competences in the European Union Author(s):FARRELL, Henry; HERITIER, AdrienneDate:2007Citation:
- West European Politics, 2007, 30, 2, 227-243
Type:ArticleAbstract:In this article, we set out an approach to European Union politics that seeks to explain its development using theories of institutional change. In contrast to dominant theories which assume that the Treaties, the governing ...
Title:Introduction. The Shadow of Hierarchy and New Modes of Governance Author(s):HERITIER, Adrienne; LEHMKUHL, DirkDate:2008Citation:
- Journal of Public Policy, 2008, 28, 1, 1-17
Type:ArticleAbstract:This special issue about sectoral governance in the shadow of hierarchy focuses on two sets of questions. Firstly, do new modes of sectoral governance in themselves contribute to the efficacy of policymaking or do they ...
Title:Contested Competences in Europe: Incomplete Contracts and Interstitial Institutional Change Editor(s):FARRELL, Henry; HERITIER, AdrienneDate:2007Citation:
- Special Issue of West European Politics, 30, 2, 2007
Title:Explaining Institutional Change in Europe Author(s):HERITIER, AdrienneDate:2007Citation:
- Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2007
Type:BookAbstract:How and why do institutions change? Institutions, understood as rules of behaviour constraining and facilitating social interaction, are subject to different forms and processes of change. A change may be designed intentionally ...