23
Jul

Two brand new Research Notes have been added tot the collection.

 

In one, Roman Senninger studies the policy issues addressed in parliamentary questions about the EU in the Danish Folketing and shows that (1) the content of questions has been broadened over time and that (2) Eurosceptics strongly emphasize general EU matters.

 

In the other, Sandra Kröger argues that national parliaments can play an important role in addressing the tension between European integration and national self-rule. Specifically, she recommends the introduction of a ‘Parliamentary Legislative Initiative’, where members of national parliaments from across member states can initiate a legislative proposal at the European Union level.

 

Find the Research Notes here…

 

Interested PADEMIA members can contact the editors for their research to feature in the series.