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OPAL Online Paper Series

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The Online Paper Series was launched in 2011 by the Observatory of Parliaments After Lisbon (OPAL), a scientific consortium of Maastricht University, Sciences Po Paris, University of Cambridge and University of Cologne (funded by the national research councils of the Netherlands, France, the UK and Germany). OPAL Online Papers are published at www.opal-europe.org, and will simultaneously appear below. The OPAL Online Paper Series will continue within the framework of PADEMIA after the OPAL project has ended.

 

 

Parliamentary democracy and the Treaty of Lisbon

Enrique Barón Crespo

OPAL Online Paper No. 1/2012

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Les parlements nationaux et L’Union Europeenne: De la reconnaissance a l’engagement

Alain Delcamp & François Sicard 


OPAL Online Paper No. 2/2012

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Searching for the right tool in a brand new toolbox

Alexander Strelkov

OPAL Online Paper No. 3/2012

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New opportunity structures for the unusual suspects

Christine Neuhold & Alexander Strelkov


OPAL Online Paper No. 4/2012

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National Parliaments in the EU – after Lisboa and beyond subsidiarity

Maria Teresa Paulo

OPAL Online Paper No. 5/2012

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Why the Early Warning Mechanism does not Alleviate the Democratic Deficit

Pieter De Wilde


OPAL Online Paper No. 6/2012

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The Emotional Europeanisation of National Parliaments

Olivier Rozenberg

OPAL Online Paper No. 7/2012

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Out of time? – National parliaments and early decision making in the European Union

Mads Dagnis Jensen & Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen

OPAL Online Paper No. 8/2012

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Differentiation of parliamentary powers: The German Constitutional Court and the German Bundestag within the financial crisis

Oliver Höing


OPAL Online Paper No. 9/2012

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Lost in Transaction? Parliamentary Reserves in EU bargains

Katrin Auel, Olivier Rozenberg & Anja Thomas


OPAL Online Paper No. 10/2012

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National Parliaments in the post-Lisbon European Union: Bureaucratization rather than Democratization?

Thomas Christiansen, Anna-Lena Högenauer & Christine Neuhold

OPAL Online Paper No. 11/2012

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National Parliaments after Lisbon: Administrations on the Rise?

Anna-Lena Högenauer & Christine Neuhold


OPAL Online Paper No. 12/2013

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National Parliaments After Lisbon: Towards Mainstreaming of EU Affairs?

Katjana Gattermann, Anna-Lena Högenauer & Ariella Huff

OPAL Online Paper No. 13/2013

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Problems and Patterns in Parliamentary Scrutiny of the CFSP and CSDP

Ariella Huff


OPAL Online Paper No. 14/2013

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Political Motivation and Institutional Capacity: Assessing National Parliaments’ Incentives to Participate in the Early Warning System

Katjana Gattermann & Claudia Hefftler

OPAL Online Paper No. 15/2013

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Opportunities, Strategies and Ideologies: The Incentives of European Parliament Political Groups for Inter-parliamentary Cooperation

Katjana Gattermann


OPAL Online Paper No. 16/2014

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Debating Europe in National Parliaments: Justification and Political Polarization in Debates on the EU in Austria, France, Germany and the United Kingdom

Frank Wendler

OPAL Online Paper No. 17/2014

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