How the EU Institutions work and … how to work with the EU Institutions

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Publication Date 2011
ISBN 978-0-9564508-6-9
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Section 1. How the EU Institutions Work
1. The European Commission
2. The Council of the EU and the European Council
3. The European Parliament
4. Other EU Institutions and Bodies

Section 2. How EU Decision-Making Works
5. The Ordinary Legislative procedure: New Codecision
6. Delegated and Implementing Acts: 'New Comitology'

Section 3. How to Work with the EU Institutions & Decision-Making
7. European information sources on the Internet
8. Ethics and Transparency in the EU
9. Practical Guide to Working with the EU Institutions
10. Practical Guide to Working with EU Decision-Making
11. Conclusion: Designing a Successful EU Lobbying Campaign
This book provides a practical step-by-step guide for anyone wanting to understand, study, or work with the EU institutions and decision-making.

How are EU laws made - and how can their making be influenced at a practical level? And what has been the impact of changes brought about by the Treaty of Lisbon?

The book is designed to provide a comprehensive Foundation Text for students, libraries and practitioners alike and is up-to-date with the range of key changes introduced under the Treaty of Lisbon.

Written by a team of Expert Contributors, including public affairs professionals, led by Alan Hardacre of the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) in Maastricht, the book includes easy-to-follow figures and diagrams.

The substantial index is detailed, useful and professionally compiled.

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