N° 11, 2003/3 – Managing the European Union

PE11Managing the European Union

edited by Patrick Hassenteufel, 2003/3 (n°11)

 

Patrick Hassenteufel – Introduction: Administrative Fragmentation and Interinstitutional Competition

 

Jean-François Polo – The Emergence of an Audiovisual Direction for the Commission: The Consecration of Cultural Exceptions

 

Sébastien Guigner – The Odyssey of European Health Administration: The Quest for Leadership

 

Cécile Robert – Expertise as a Means of Community Administration: Between Technocratic Arguments and Strategies of Alliance

 

Magali Gravier – From One Loyalty to Another. Analyzing the Status of European Public Service (1951–2003)

 

Véronique Dimier – Institutionalization and Bureaucratization of the European Commission: The Example of the DG for Development

 

Michel Mangenot – A “Chancery of the Prince”. The Role of the General Secretariat of the Council in the Decision-Making Process in Brussels

  

Olivier Costa – Managing the European Parliament: The Paradoxes Surrounding an Unavoidable yet Weak General Secretariat

 

Ongoing Research 

Katrin Rücker – The Entry of Great Britain into the European Economic Community in 1973: A Triangular Arrangement between Paris, Bonn, and London 

 

Critical Reading