Author Archives: Samuel Faure

N° 58, 2017/4 – The transformation of EU law-making process

Special Issue : Special Issue : The transformation of EU law-making process. Conflict, consensus and sectoral trends Edited by Selma Bendjaballah, Stéphanie Novak, Olivier Rozenberg Selma Bendjaballah, Stéphanie Novak, Olivier Rozenberg – Introduction Alors que le système politique européen est traditionnellement considéré comme un système consensuel et comparé au modèle consociatif,

N° 57, 2017/3 – Profession: Europe ?

Special Issue: Profession: Europe? Edited by Fanny Sbaraglia Fanny Sbaraglia – Introduction Aux confins des territoires européens, œuvre une nuée de petites mains de l’Europe. Bien loin des institutions bruxelloises, celles-ci travaillent au quotidien à la mise en place de projets financés par les Fonds structurels, font de la veille

N° 55, 2017/1 – Varia

Articles Pierre Vanheuverzwijn – How the Commission fills in the blanks of the European SemesterIncomplete contracts and supranational discretion in the EU’s post-crisis economic governance Since the onset of the crisis the EU has introduced new instruments of economic governance, at the heart of which is the European Semester. Scholars

N° 53, 2016/3 – European Federalism

Special Report: European Union and Federalism Edited by Giacomo Delledonne and Giuseppe Martinico Yves Mény – Preface: European Union and Federalism Impossible or Inevitable? Giacomo Delledonne and Giuseppe Martinico – Introduction: European Federalism Robert Schütze – Two-and-a-half Ways of Thinking about the European Union This article argues that the sui

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